November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11

In The News

Alyeska Pipeline Settles With DOT

Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. has signed a consent agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration that resolves the notice of proposed safety order PHMSA issued Feb. 1. PHMSA issued its Feb. 1 notice after an oil leak at Pump Station 1 on Alaska’s North Slope. The leak, discovered Jan. 8 in the basement of a booster pump building, forced two shutdowns of the pipeline, the longer one lasting about 84 hours. The spill, which resulted in no oil escaping the building, was attributed to internal corrosion in some station piping. The mainline 48-inch pipe was not involved. PHMSA said it conducted an investigati

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