17 billion barrels & counting


Headline Story

Alyeska engineers step up in wake of big quake
» Alyeska engineers step up in wake of big quake

When the big quake struck Nov. 30, most Alaskans suffered similar reactions – ranging from fear to anxiety to alarm for loved ones and property. Alyeska structural engineers Brian Johnson and Sterling Strait's thoughts shifted quickly to TAPS. » Story


Pipeline People

Melody Shangin
» Melody Shangin

NBC News Learn recently spotlighted Melody and her work to inspire America's -- and Alaska's -- future engineers!
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The Trans Alaska Pipeline System starts in Prudhoe Bay and stretches through rugged and beautiful terrain to Valdez, the northernmost ice-free point in America.

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Pipeline Reliability

March 2019 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Mar 2019


Reliability Factor for year 2019


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

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

TAPS Throughput

March throughput: 15,880,808 BBLS*
Average: 512,284 BPD**

Year 2019: 16,683,670 BBLS*
Average: 518,707 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.

For information on reporting a pipeline emergency, click here.

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