The “Greatest American ‘Infrastructure Bill’ Pipeline Project” since the Alaskan Pipeline! Can We Do It? Do we have the Brave Workers Here?

Without this pipeline, all of America is going to be feeling the Results of No Action on an absolutely needed Infrastructure Deal. No Irrigation Water in California and Texas and other States is going to have a SHOCKING AFFECT on Our Pocketbooks when most Vegetables are IMPORTED! Action is needed Now!

This Project must Begin! Make SHATNER’S PIPELINE a Reality. Water can be SOLD to Mexico as well.

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) was the world’s largest privately funded construction project when it was built, at a cost of $8 billion. 70,000 people worked on at least a part of the pipeline! Good Pay for a ton of Americans!

SHATNER’S MIRACLE’

1,181 mi-Distance from Green River, Wyoming to Lake Superior

A massive Project on the Scale of the Alaskan Pipeline.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koch_Industries

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) is an oil transportation system spanning Alaska, including the trans-Alaska crude-oil pipeline, 11 pump stations, several hundred miles of feeder pipelines, and the Valdez Marine Terminal. TAPS is one of the world’s largest pipeline systems. It is commonly called the Alaska pipelinetrans-Alaska pipeline, or Alyeska pipeline, (or the pipeline as referred to in Alaska), but those terms technically apply only to the 800 miles (1,287 km) of the pipeline with the diameter of 48 inches (1.22 m) that conveys oil from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, Alaska. The crude oil pipeline is privately owned by the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company.

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System
The trans-Alaska oil pipeline,
as it zig-zags across the landscape
Location of trans-Alaska pipeline
Location
CountryAlaska, United States
Coordinates70°15′26″N 148°37′8″W
General directionNorth-South
FromPrudhoe Bay, Alaska
Passes throughDeadhorse
Delta Junction
Fairbanks
Fox
Glennallen
North Pole
ToValdez, Alaska
Runs alongsideDalton Highway
Richardson Highway
Elliott Highway
General information
TypePump stations
OwnerAlyeska Pipeline Service Company
PartnersBP (1970–2020)
ConocoPhillips (1970–present)
Exxon Mobil (1970–present)
Hilcorp Energy Company (2020–present)
Koch Industries (2003–2012)
Unocal Corporation (1970–2019)
Williams Companies (2000–2003)
Commissioned1977; 44 years ago[1][2][3]
Technical information
Length800.3 mi (1,288.0 km)
Maximum discharge2.136 million bbl/d (339,600 m3/d)
Diameter48 in (1,219 mm)
No. of pumping stations11