Point Thomson Oil Export Pipeline
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Point Thomson Oil Export Pipeline is a proposed oil pipeline in Alaska, USA.
- Owner: ExxonMobil (68.00%), BP Global (32.00%)
- Capacity: 70,000 barrels per day
- Length: 35.4 km / 22 mi
- Status: Proposed
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The Point Thomson Oil Export Pipeline will connect the Point Thomson unit to the Badami unit and onward to the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline. The project is considered crucial to any future development activities at Area 1002 of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
In August 2018, PTE Pipeline LLC proposed a rate of $20.84 per barrel for the 22-mile liquids pipeline, up from a rate of $12.09 per barrel that went into effect in April 2017. The shipping rate is based on actual and estimated throughput on the 70,000-bpd pipeline.
Articles and resources
- Eric Lidji, The Producers 2018: Exxon advancing two Point Thomson fronts, Petroleum News, November 11, 2018