TAPS volumes up for 2nd consecutive year
The annual volume of crude oil moving through the trans-Alaska oil pipeline has increased for the second consecutive calendar year, Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. said Jan. 2.
The 2016 upturn in volume was the first since 2002, the company said.
The pipeline moved an average of 527,323 barrels per d....
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