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English: Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. It runs from the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Alaska at Valdez 800 miles (1,300 km)
Italiano: Oleodotto Trans-Alaska. Lunga 1,300 km va dall'Oceano Artico fino al Golfo dell'Alaska a Valdez
Nederlands: De Trans-Alaska pijplijn loopt 1300 km dwars door Alaska, van de Poolzee tot aan de Golf van Alaska bij Valdez.
Date 6 August 2005
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