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Yukon Responder
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The Yukon Responder is Alyeska’s newest oil spill response vessel and it is a beast with a 34-foot hull, 12-foot beam, twin Yamaha 250hp outboard motors, 300-gallon fuel tank, seating for 12, and a weight capacity of 7,000 lbs. This vessel is different from other TAPS response vessels in that it is a twin screw catamaran, specifically designed for river response but fully capable of operating in Prince William Sound. » Story

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Raymond Kangas
» Raymond Kangas

Getting the job done is important, but that is only half of the mission. The other half is getting everybody through it safely.
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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

July 2014 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Jul 2014

100%

Reliability Factor for year 2014

99.81%

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

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

TAPS Throughput

July throughput: 13,045,355 BBLS*
Average: 420,818 BPD**

Year 2014: 110,891,460 BBLS*
Average: 523,073 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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