Endicott Pipeline route map
The Endicott development is located offshore in the Beaufort Sea; 15 miles east of Prudhoe Bay. The facilities are located approximately 2.5 miles seaward of the Sagavanirktok River Delta and shoreward of the barrier islands, in water up to 14-feet deep. The Endicott facility includes the main production island, the satellite drilling island, and Endeavor Island (immediately adjacent to the MPI).
On May 29, 2014, BP Transportation (Alaska) Inc. and Amoco Endicott Pipeline Co. requested that DNR approve a transfer of their interests in the Endicott Pipeline Co. to Harvest Alaska, LLC. On November 18, 2014, the DNR Commissioner approved the transfer. The analysis document is available below.
The original Endicott right-of-way lease became effective August 5, 1986 between the State of Alaska and Endicott Pipeline Company for transportation of oil. The original lease expiration date was May, 2, 2004; however, the lease was amended November 26, 2002, and as renewed will expire on May 2, 2034.