TAPS: Supporting Alaska


Headline Story

2016 ends with throughput increase for TAPS
» 2016 ends with throughput increase for TAPS

The volume of oil moved through the Trans Alaska Pipeline System increased in 2016, the first calendar year-over-year increase since 2002. The predicted total amount moved in 2016 is around 517,500 barrels a day – a 1.8 percent increase over 2015's average. » Story


Pipeline People

Lisa Kangas
» Lisa Kangas

The lifelong Alaskan recently shared her work around Alaska and the work of Alyeska's Environment team as guest host of Alyeska's social media channels.
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Pipeline Facts:

SERVS (Ship Escort/Response Vessel System) maintains one of the world's largest inventories of oil spill response equipment including more than 42 miles of boom and 100 skimmers, with a total recovery capacity of more than 75,000 barrels per hour.

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Pipeline Reliability

December 2016 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Dec 2016


Reliability Factor for year 2016


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

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

TAPS Throughput

December throughput: 17,277,193 BBLS*
Average: 557,329 BPD**

Year 2016: 189,539,817 BBLS*
Average: 517,868 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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