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Headline Story

Teamwork shines in Sag River flooding response
» Teamwork shines in Sag River flooding response

It was a perfect storm for a flooding disaster. In a flash, the Sag River made national news, flooding miles of the North Slope and endangering two of Alaska's critical economic lifelines: TAPS and the Dalton Highway. A large group of TAPS workers saw the storm coming and they have been recognized for their proactive efforts and monumental cleanup work. » Story


Pipeline People

Cyndy Strickland
» Cyndy Strickland

Integrity is more than just a word on TAPS. It fuels flawless operations and is at the heart of Alyeska's Speak Up, Step Up culture and Open Work Environment. Cyndy Strickland was recently recognized for epitomizing integrity at a company in which this value carries such weight.
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First oil moved through the pipeline on June 20, 1977.

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Pipeline Reliability

September 2016 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Sep 2016


Reliability Factor for year 2016


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

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

TAPS Throughput

September throughput: 14,260,603 BBLS*
Average: 475,353 BPD**

Year 2016: 139,463,688 BBLS*
Average: 508,992 BPD**

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

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