This month in history: 7.9 earthquake shuts down pipeline Nov. 3
20 years ago this month: Pipeline flowing again Nov. 6; temporary supports under areas affected, work on permanent repairs ongoing
Editorís note: This story appeared in the Nov. 10, 2002, issue of Petroleum News Alaska
The trans-Alaska oil pipeline, shut down Nov. 3, 2002, after a 7.9 magnitude earthquake, was restarted shortly after 8 a.m. Nov. 6 and by that afternoon was once transporting crude oil from the North Slope at a....
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Two crossbeams breaking worst-case scenario
Monitoring system responded
Cribbing, engineering assessments
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