Alpine Diesel

Alpine Diesel Pipeline (orange)
Alpine Diesel Pipeline (orange)

The Alpine Diesel pipeline is one of three pipelines, each approximately 34 miles long, that connect the Colville River Unit (CRU) to infrastructure in the Kuparuk River Unit (KRU). The Alpine Diesel Pipeline transports heating fuel and other petroleum products from the KRU Central Processing Facility (CPF)-2 to the CRU Alpine Central Facility. 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. Later, the State Pipeline Coordinator's Section (SPCS) approved the pipeline for transportation of all products. The lease is held by ConocoPhillips Company and expires on December 14, 2048.


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Current Operator
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc.
Regions
  • North Slope
Original ROW Lease Dates
  • December 15, 1998 - September 05, 2003
Amended Lease Dates
  • December 14, 2018 - December 15, 2048
Product
  • Diesel Fuel
Diameter (inches)
  • 2.375
System Length (approx. miles)
  • System Length: 34.20
  • Length on State Lands: 23.70
Normal Wall Thickness (inches)
  • 0.156
Associated ADL Numbers
  • 415932
Positions
  • Above Ground
Year Constructed
  • 1998 - 1999