Alaska Pipeline Oil is flowing again through the Trans-Alaska pipeline after engineers worked round the clock to make critical repairs following last weekend's earthquake. NPR's John Nielsen reports on the massive inspection and repair effort that showed the pipeline survived the shocks without major damage.

Alaska Pipeline

Alaska Pipeline

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Oil is flowing again through the Trans-Alaska pipeline after engineers worked round the clock to make critical repairs following last weekend's earthquake. NPR's John Nielsen reports on the massive inspection and repair effort that showed the pipeline survived the shocks without major damage.