16 billion barrels & counting


Headline Story

Commendable cleanup efforts in Valdez
» Commendable cleanup efforts in Valdez

TAPS employees at the Valdez Marine Terminal go above and beyond in their efforts to protect the environment. Their 2014 project work generated and removed nearly 2.8 million pounds of waste and recyclable metals. » Story


Pipeline People

Jennifer Stubblefield
» Jennifer Stubblefield

Longtime Valdez TAPS Fire Captain Jennifer Stubblefield was recently elected President of the Alaska State Firefighters Association.
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Pipeline Facts:

Telluric currents caused by the same phenomenon that generates the Northern Lights can be picked up by the pipeline and zinc/magnesium anodes. The anodes act like grounding rods to safety return these currents to the earth reducing the risk of damage to the pipeline.

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Pipeline Reliability

October 2014 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Oct 2014


Reliability Factor for year 2014


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

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

TAPS Throughput

October throughput: 16,203,213 BBLS*
Average: 522,684 BPD**

Year 2014: 154,296,145 BBLS*
Average: 507,553 BPD**

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

For more information about the amount of crude oil that has been transported through TAPS, click here.

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