Alpine Pipelines

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Alpine Diesel, Oil and Utility Pipelines near CPF-2

Three pipelines, each approximately 34 miles long, connect the North Slope's westernmost development, Alpine, to infrastructure in the Kuparuk River Unit. Alpine Oil Pipeline transports processed crude oil from the Alpine Central Facility to the KRU Central Processing Facility (CPF)-2, Alpine Diesel Pipeline transports heating fuel and other petroleum products from CPF-2 to ACF and Alpine Utility Pipeline transports treated seawater from CPF-2 to ACF for use in enhanced oil recovery.

Alpine Diesel Pipeline

The Right-of-Way Lease became effective December 15, 1998, and was originally between the State of Alaska and Atlantic Richfield Company for transportation of diesel fuel and later SPCO approved the transportation of all products. The lease is held by ConocoPhillips Company and expires on December 14, 2018.

Alpine Diesel Pipeline - ADL 415932

Alpine Oil Pipeline

The Right-of-Way Lease became effective December 15, 1998, and was originally between the State of Alaska and Atlantic Richfield Company for crude oil transportation. The lease is held by ConocoPhillips Company and expires on December 14, 2018.

Alpine Oil Pipeline - ADL 415701

Alpine Utility Pipeline

The Right-of-Way Grant was issued pursuant to AS 38.05, the Alaska Land Act, and became effective January 6, 1999. The Grant was originally between the State of Alaska and ARCO Alaska, Inc. for transportation of water, and additionally in the Colville River crossing for a conduit of the fiber-optic cable, and two spare conduits. The grant is held by ConocoPhillips Company and expires on January 5, 2019.

Alpine Utility Pipeline - ADL 415857

Related Documents

Alpine Diesel Pipeline, Amendment No. 1, 2c, Statute Change Renewal Term Extension, 9-5-2003

Alpine Oil Pipeline, Amendment No. 1, 2c, Statute Change Renewal Term Extension, 9-5-2003