The Haines-Fairbanks Pipeline

Author: Hollinger, Kristy
Additional Author(s): Lesondak, Glenda R.
Sackett, Russell H.
Publisher: Colorado State University. Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands
U.S. Army, Alaska. Conservation Branch
Date: April 2003
Document Type: Report
Physical Description: 70 p.
Series: CEMML TPS ; 03-04
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Date Coverage: 1943-2003
Summary: When people think of pipelines in Alaska the first thing that usually comes to mind is the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. But the state has actually been host to several large pipeline systems over the past 60 years. The Haines-Fairbanks Pipeline was a lesser-known Cold War era project owned and operated by the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1973 that operated between Haines and Fairbanks, Alaska passing through British Columbia and Yukon. This report documents the history of the 626-mile fuel pipeline from 1943 when the CANOL Pipeline was built to supply fuel for World War II up to 2003 when demolition work was still in progress.

Contents:
  • Introduction -- Context -- Project planning, 1947-1953 -- Construction, 1953-1955 -- Facilities and operations, 1955-1961 -- System expansions, 1961 -- Pipeline life -- Pipeline shutdown, 1971-1979 -- Environmental impacts -- Conclusions -- Bibliography.
Notes: Edited by Glenda R. Lesondak.

Language: English
Online Access: View full text
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