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ECO tugs, barge and crews exercising in PWS
» ECO tugs, barge and crews exercising in PWS

The first three vessels of the new Edison Chouest Offshore fleet -- and numerous crew members and captains -- that will take over the Alyeska Marine Services Contract in July arrived in Port Valdez in March. They're already hard at work, performing in a variety of major exercises and drills in Prince William Sound. » Story

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Geneva Walters
» Geneva Walters

Geneva Walters has one heck of a TAPS story – she's held numerous roles at Alyeska for the better part of 20 years and her family's TAPS connection dates back to the pipeline's construction era. While she can certainly reminisce with the best of them, her position as Development Manager is focused on the future of TAPS and Alyeska.
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Pipeline Reliability

April 2018 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Apr 2018

100%

Reliability Factor for year 2018

100%

There were 0 prorations during April that impacted the reliability factor.

There were 0 deferred barrels during April that impacted the reliability factor.

TAPS Throughput

April throughput: 16,014,436 BBLS*
Average: 533,815 BPD**

Year 2018: 65,244,355 BBLS*
Average: 543,703 BPD**

*BBLS (barrels) = 42 Gallons
**BPD = Barrels Per Day

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