Badami Pipelines

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Aerial photograph of Badami Oil Pipeline

The Badami oil pipeline connects the North Slope's easternmost oil development, Badami Oil Field, to the Endicott Pipeline. The 12-inch pipeline begins at the Badami Central Production Facility, where the pig launcher, mainline pumps, and metering equipment are located (see Appendix F of the SPCO Annual Report). The pipeline ends approximately 25 miles to the west at the tie-in with the Endicott Pipeline, where the pig receiver is located. The photo above was taken by SPCO staff during an aerial surveillance inspection.

In 2014 DNR approved the transfer of the Badami leases from Nutaaq Pipeline, LLC, to Miller Energy Resources, Inc. Click here to view the documentation approving the transfer.

 
Badami Sales Oil Pipeline

The Right-of-Way Lease became effective December 15, 1997 between the State of Alaska and BP Transportation (Alaska) for transportation of crude oil. In 2014 BP transferred its interest in the Badami pipelines to Nutaaq Pipeline, LLC, which subsequently transferred its interest to Miller Energy Resources, Inc.

Badami Oil Lease - ADL 415472

Badami Utility Pipeline

The Right-of-Way Lease became effective December 15, 1997 between the State of Alaska and BP Transportation (Alaska) for transportation of product and natural gas. In 2014 BP transferred its interest in the Badami pipelines to Nutaaq Pipeline, LLC, which subsequently transferred its interest to Miller Energy Resources, Inc.

Badami Utility Lease - ADL 415965

Related Documents

Badami Lease Transfer Analysis, 12-11-2014

Badami Lease Transfer Analysis, 12-24-2013

Badami Oil Pipeline, Amendment No. 1, 2c, Statute Change Renewal Term Extension, 11-12-2002

Badami Utility Pipeline, Amendment No. 1, 2c, Statute Change Renewal Term Extension, 11-12-2002