ConocoPhillips's Kuparuk Pipeline Company is the managing partner of Kuparuk Transportation Company (KTC), the owner of the Kuparuk Pipeline System. The Kuparuk pipeline is approximately 37 miles in length. The system originates at the Kuparuk Oil Field on the North Slope and connects into Pump Station #1 of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. The Kuparuk pipeline system has two pump stations located within the first ten miles of the system. Currently, KTC transports approximately 220,000 barrels per day of crude. Three companies own Kuparuk Transportation Company. ConocoPhillips has a 57% ownership interest. BP has a 38% ownership interest, and Chevron has a 5% interest.