Trans-Alaska Pipeline

[ trans-uh-las-kuh, tranz-, trans-, tranz- ]
/ ˈtræns əˈlæs kə, ˈtrænz-, ˌtræns-, ˌtrænz- /

noun

a pipeline system opened in 1977 that transports oil 800 miles (1,300 km) across Alaska, from Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope S to Valdez harbor.

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