17 billion barrels & counting


Headline Story

Robotic inspection tool redefines TAPS innovation
» Robotic inspection tool redefines TAPS innovation

In the summer of 2014, a 200-pound Russian-owned robotic crawler pig inspected around 850 feet of 36-inch buried TAPS piping at Pump Station 3, providing a new level of clarity on system integrity. » Story


Pipeline People

Bill Frichtl
» Bill Frichtl

After spending 38 years as an electrical engineer for Alyeska, there isn't much that Bill Frichtl hasn't seen or done. In fact, he often found himself amid some of the most significant projects, changes and milestones in TAPS history.
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The Trans Alaska Pipeline System was designed and constructed to move oil from the North Slope of Alaska to the northern most ice-free port in Valdez, Alaska.

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Pipeline Reliability

May 2015 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for May 2015


Reliability Factor for year 2015


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

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

TAPS Throughput

May throughput: 15,447,125 BBLS*
Average: 498,294 BPD**

Year 2015: 79,243,356 BBLS*
Average: 524,790 BPD**

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

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