60 jobs at Alyeska to go in 2010 as pipeline oil flow continues to decline; pump station 1 electrification to be delayed by one year
As production from aging oil fields such as Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk on Alaska’s North Slope continues to decline, the corresponding year-on-year decline in oil flow through the trans-Alaska oil pipeline creates a continuous challenge for pipeline operator Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., as the company....
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