U.S. - Alaska
Since 1953, we have been providing marine, petroleum distribution and energy support services throughout Alaska, from the North Slope to Southcentral Alaska, along the coast and into some of the most remote inland areas, including communities along the Kuskokwim and Yukon Rivers. Today, we maintain offices and operations across the state, with more than 650 people working to deliver our diverse portfolio of services. Over the years we have helped Alaskans overcome the unique logistics and marine transportation challenges that come with doing business here, playing an important role in the state’s business development and while helping to safeguard its environment.
With a storage capacity of more than 39 million gallons, we are one of the unquestioned leaders in the Alaska fuel industry, providing transportation, distribution and sales of petroleum products to more than 280 communities across the state. We support the energy industry on the North Slope with summer tug-and-barge sealifts of large production modules and various marine transportation services. At the southern terminus of the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline, we provide tanker escort and docking services in Valdez Harbor and Prince William Sound for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company’s Ship Escort/Response Vessel System (SERVS), utilizing some of the world’s most powerful, technologically advanced tugboats. We also provides tanker assist and escort services at Tesoro Alaska Company’s Nikiski refinery in Cook Inlet.
Additional Crowley services provided in Alaska on a contract basis
Getting Fuel to You
Double-Hull Fuel Barges Begin Service in AlaskaPlay Video
ENI Petroleum Sealift 2010Play Video
Crowley Rolls Out First Freight Under $2.3 Billion DFTS Contract
Rick Meidel Joins Crowley Fuels as VP and General Manager in Alaska
Crowley’s Inland Transportation Team Reorganizes, Names New Leaders
Crowley Announces Plans to Build New 100,000-Barrel Alaska Class ATB to Enhance Alaska Fuel Services
Crowley Completes Fuel Distribution Support Mission in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria