Endicott

Endicott Pipeline (orange)
Endicott Pipeline (orange)

The Endicott Pipeline originates on Endicott's Main Production Island (MPI) located offshore in the Beaufort Sea, 15 miles east of Prudhoe Bay. This 16-inch diameter, 26-mile long pipeline is elevated along the Endicott Causeway, parallel to the Endicott Road, and ends at the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System's Pump Station 1 (PS1). As part of the North Slope Pipelines System, the Endicott Pipeline transports processed crude oil from Endicott, Badami, and Point Thomson fields to PS1. The Right-of-Way Lease became effective August 5, 1986 and was originally between the State of Alaska and BP Transportation Inc. and Amoco Endicott Pipeline Company. The lease is currently held by Harvest Alaska, LLC and expires on May 2, 2034.


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Current Operator
  • Harvest Alaska, LLC
Regions
  • North Slope
Original ROW Lease Dates
  • August 05, 1986 - May 02, 2004
Amended Lease Dates
  • May 02, 2004 - May 02, 2034
Product
  • Crude Oil
Diameter (inches)
  • 16
System Length (approx. miles)
  • System Length: 26.10
  • Length on State Lands: 26.10
Normal Wall Thickness (inches)
  • 0.372
Associated ADL Numbers
  • 410562
Positions
  • Above Ground
Year Constructed
  • 1987 - 1987