TAPS runs smoothly under prorations
Pipeline oil volume cut increased from 10% to 15%; prorations likely to continue into June based on volumes, tanker schedules
Despite flow reductions from prorations, the trans-Alaska pipeline system is working fine, Betsy Haines, senior vice president of operations and maintenance, Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., told the Alaska House Resources Committee at a meeting in Anchorage May 8.
“We have continued to move oil witho....
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