Endicott Pipeline


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).

The 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.

Endicott Oil Lease - ADL 410562

Related Documents

Endicott Pipeline, Amendment No. 1, 3d, Rental, 4-17-1992

Endicott Pipeline, Amendment No. 2, 2c, Statute Change Renewal Term Extension, 6-28-2002

Endicott Pipeline, Amendment No. 3, 2a, Lease Renewal expiration date changed to 5-2-2034, 11-26-2002

Endicott Pipeline, Amendment No. 4, correction to scrivener's error, 9-23-2008

Endicott Pipeline, Amendment No. 5, adding lands, 1-25-2010