readmeNOTAM: If you have previously installed BWEP (Before 07.29.2019), Click on Readme =-> for special re-installation instructions. We have changed the folders setup. The pipeline and the airports are now in separate files.
Welcome to the RTMM Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP)

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2019INTRODUCTION

The BWEP pipeline

The RTMM "Blue Wave Energy Partners" [BWEP] pipeline project is the brainchild of Brad Allen, co-founder of RTMM. It attempts as much as the resources available to RTMM allowed, to replicate electronically a ‘virtual’ crude oil delivery platform similar to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System [TAPS]. The BWEP project hopes to show pilots the incredible landscape of the ‘Last Frontier’ through flying ‘alongside’ the 400 miles of the BWEP pipeline.

It must be recognized that the RTMM BWEP project is only a ‘factional’ creation based on the engineering marvel that TAPS is. It only generally follows the same course of the real pipeline. The BWEP pipeline is a unique pipeline that takes its inspiration from the real world. As a result, RTMM felt free to take liberties with the BWEP pipeline route, layout, creation and placement of objects to make the BWEP project work in the flight simulators used by RTMM aviators, i.e., Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D.

To complement the pipeline scenery, RTMM has added or enhanced in total 26 airports, created many specific objects and developed various scenery locations along the way to enhance the magnificent ORBX scenery and to help ‘immerse’ the pilot as they fly the Pipeline. In addition, there are many flight plans to get the pilot ‘From Here To There’. Much time has been expended and incredible levels of designing skill exercised by many members of the RTMM Team in making this project a reality and BWEP is proudly offered for the enjoyment of all the virtual bush pilots out there.

Flying the BWEP pipeline can actually be an educational experience on many levels. Learn about the vastness and remoteness of the Alaska landscape and the huge areas of flat land as far as the eye can see. Try to imagine what it would be like to live and work for years in this cold, bleak, barren and foreboding wilderness with no towns, no radio, TV, cinema, casino and other modern amenities. If today’s electrical wonders are set aside, the living conditions are comparable to the gold rush pioneers of over a century ago. One sees the same old faces day after day and everyone is just longing for the day when the Pipeline is complete so they can pack up and go home.

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline [TAPS]

Here are some reasons why Brad was so inspired to develop BWEP:

The Pipeline runs 800mi/1287km north to south from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez; 420mi is supported above the ground on 78,000 refrigerated vertical support members, 380 mi is buried and the pipe diameter is 48in/1.22m. Taking 3 years and 2 months to complete, it was the largest privately funded construction effort of its time at approx. $8 billion and was one of the first large scale projects to deal with the problems of permafrost. TAPS travels over three mountain ranges – the Brooks, Alaska and Chugach Ranges - 800 rivers and streams and three major earthquake faults. Its distinctive ‘zig zags’ help it ‘flex’ during earthquakes. It takes a barrel of oil about two weeks to travel the Pipeline and the flow can be stopped in 4 minutes.

TAPS reached a peak throughput of about 2.1 million barrels on 14 Jan 1988. Since then, throughput declined and averaged less than 560,000 barrels per day in 2013 and even less up to 2016, not good news because the best way to overcome a lot of the operational problems is to have more oil flowing through the Pipeline. The good news is that in the last 3 years throughput has been increasing but despite this, the Pipeline in 2019 operates at only 30% of its capacity. The pipeline has moved more than 17 billion barrels of oil since it was built. It is owned and operated by the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company that has an obligation that when there is no further use of the Pipeline it is to be removed and the land restored to what it once was.

There is much more information about TAPS on the internet for the user who desires to know more.

REQUIRED SCENERY AND KNOWN ISSUES:

  • ORBX’s "Southern Alaska" [SAK] region scenery payware must be installed to properly view the BWEP SAK edition of the scenery - the Valdez area.
  • Outside the SAK area - ORBX’s ‘Global Base’ and ‘Global Vector’ payware must be installed. Without these, the scenery objects will not align to the terrain.
  • RTMM Libraries – all RTMM ‘stock’ libraries must be installed, plus the BWEP Object Library. It could look very different if not.

NOTAM: If breaks in the pipeline are seen, try disabling any third party freeware or payware mesh for the North America region. It does work with Pilots 2010 mesh.

Users can discuss the BWEP project on the RTMM Forum by clicking the button below:Forum Button

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BWEP Downloads
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BWEP Object Library - by Steve Weinkamer (Latest build - 05.30.2017)

BWEP has its own special library of objects designed just for BWEP. You will need to download and install the BWEP Object Library. This file is added like any RTMM Scenery file. You should place it where you place your other libraries, then "activate" it in your sim.

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planepng

BWEP AI Traffic - by Dex Thomas - (Refreshed 07.27.2019)

Dex Thomas has added AI Traffic to the listed BWEP airports. There have been two airports (PAPR and SAG) that have been modified since this original file was released. Tapping on the zip will give you the latest files. Carefully read the instructions to make changes from any previous installation. There is also a file for Fairbanks AI Floats. You will find this package on the Scenery Page.

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BWEP Airports - by RTMM Team (Refreshed 08.04.2019)

These files include nearly all* of the airports associated with BWEP. The pipeline folder sections below each show a list of the airports located in that area. Add these folders to your sim’s scenery library as you would any RTMM ‘scenery’ folder.

There are two packages:

Package A is solely for use where the ORBX product 'PAVD Valdez Pioneer Field' is installed. Download by clicking the ‘ZIP’ button, so if you have PAVD Payware, then download and install the "A" zip.

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Package B is solely for use with the DEFAULT Valdez Pioneer Field [PAVD] airport. Download by clicking the ‘ZIP’ button, so If you only use the SAK Default PAVD, then ddownload and install the "B" zip.

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* Healy River Airport is included in the Magic Bus 142 package on the Scenery Page
* Disable Vector for: Sagwon, Chandalar Shelf, Prospect Creek, Black Rapids, Valdez Pioneer.

NOTAM: Gates of the Arctic Airports are now part of these above packages.
NOTAM:
These Airports use the ORBX Freeware Global Airport Pack

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP Southern Alaska Pipeline Segment - By Brad Allen (Refreshed 07.28.2019)
ORBX SAK needed

The most complex single section of the Trans-Alaska pipeline is the Valdez Marine Terminal because it involves the transfer of oil from the pipeline to seagoing oil tankers.

Located at the southern end of the pipeline, the Terminal has four tanker berths [and space for a fifth] plus holding tanks that have a capacity equal to that of the pipeline, allowing the whole pipeline to be emptied if required. To allay concerns from local fishermen, the tankers use a ballast-water filtration system that removes oil from their ballast water so it is not released into William Sound.

In 1989, the tanker Exxon Valdez struck Bligh Reef and spilled 10.8m US galls /260,000 bbl / 37,000Mt of North Slope crude oil into the Sound with devastating consequences to wildlife. It is considered to be one of the worst human-caused disasters. More recently, in 2017, approx.100 galls of crude oil were accidently spilled during the annual pipe leak test.

Fortunately, in the virtual world of RTMM oil spills and leaks could never happen……..or could they? Check the ‘BWEP Dispatches’ section further down on this page to find out.

RTMM has recreated a similarly complex terminal for its BWEP pipeline and added marine traffic to the Sound in the form of tankers arriving and departing. The Terminal is the highlight of this scenery package. If you’re looking to complete the RTMM ships list, then a visit is suggested.

To download the Southern Alaska Segment, click the “ZIP” button below.

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The airports associated with BWEP that are located in this segment area are:

  • Brenwicks 3Z5
  • Copper Center Z93
  • Gulkana PAGK
  • Thompson Pass K55
  • Valdez Pioneer PAVD*

RTMM Addons for this area available on RTMM Scenery Page:

Another major scenery feature included in this package are The Observation Towers at Valdez. RTMM has recreated and positioned these in much the same way as in real life to ‘control’ the ‘virtual’ shipping traffic. Click the link to learn more and for a map showing their locations. A supporting flight plan is also available.

*This airport must be 'disabled' in ORBX Global Vector Airport Elevation Corrections [AEC] for it to display correctly if the DEFAULT PAVD is used [‘Package B’ in the BWEP airports section above].

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP Richardson Highway Segment - by Brad Allen - (Refreshed 07.28.2019)
ORBX Global Base/Vector Needed

A pack trail from the port at Valdez to Eagle City on the Yukon River, a distance of about 409 miles (660 km), was built in 1898 by the U.S. Army to provide an "all-American" route to the Klondike gold fields. After the rush ended, the Army kept the trail open in order to connect its posts at Fort Liscum, in Valdez, and Fot Egbert, in Eagle.

The Fairbanks gold rush in 1902 and the construction of the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System [WAMCATS] along the trail in 1903, made the Valdez-to-Eagle trail, as it later became known, one of the most important access routes to the Alaska Interior, so in 1910, the Alaska Road Commission [ARC] upgraded it to a wagon road. The head of the project was U.S. Army General Wilds P. Richardson, after whom the highway was later named. During the construction, the government hired failed gold prospectors as well as regular construction workers and the Richardson Highway became Alaska’s first road. Gold stampeders started up the trail again in 1902, this time headed for Fairbanks, the site of a big gold strike. The ARC updated the road to automobile standards in the 1920s and it was hard-surfaced in 1957. The Richardson Highway is a very scenic route, offering magnificent views of the Chugach Mountains and Alaska Range and some of the best glacier viewing in Alaska.

To download the Richardson Highway Segment, click the ‘ZIP’ button below:

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The airports associated with BWEP that are located in this segment area are:

  • Arctic Angel 9AK4
  • BWEP Executive Field PF58
  • Black Rapids 5BK
  • Delta Junction D66
  • Donnelly Dome PF57
  • Fairbanks International PAFA
  • Healey
  • Paxson PAXK
  • Scotts 0AK0

The three RTMM location scenery addons in this area are shown below; click the name to be taken to the respective entry on the ‘Scenery’ page where the scenery package can be downloaded:

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP The Interior Pipeline Segment - by Brad Allen - (Refreshed 07.28.2019)
ORBX Global Base/Vector Needed

'Interior Alaska' is so vast it seems limitless and stretching 414mi/666km across this foreboding land is a single gravel road from Fairbanks to Deadhorse and the oilfields of Prudhoe Bay. Construction of the North Slope haul road that parallels the pipeline began in 1973 and includes the first bridge to span the Yukon River. This mostly gravel highway travels through rolling forested hills, across the Yukon River and the Arctic Circle. It winds its way through the rugged Brooks Range and over the North Slope to the Arctic Ocean. Along most of its length, you’ll see no restaurants, no gift shops, no service stations — just forest, tundra, and mountains, crossed by double 'ribbons' of road and pipe.

If you’ve watched the TV show "Ice Road Truckers", then you’re familiar with this dangerous and challenging ribbon of gravel that passes over and through some of Alaska’s most remote wilderness. How remote is it up here? There are only three very small towns along the way. For many miles the Trans-Alaska pipeline is the driver’s only companion. From the midpoint (the town of Coldfoot) to the end of the road, there is nothing but wilderness. In fact, you won’t find services of any kind over the last 240-mile stretch. In other words, if you love lonely roads, this is the drive for you. But not many non-commercial travelers take this route, it is predominantly trucks and big rigs hauling heavy gear. Don't forget that it gets dangerously cold here in the winter. In fact, the highest and lowest recorded temperatures in Alaska are both in the Interior. The highest is 100 °F (37.8 °C) in Fort Yukon on 27 June 1915 and is −80 °F (−62.2 °C) in Prospect Creek on 23 January 1971.

To download The Interior Pipeline Segment, click on the ‘ZIP’ butyon below:

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BWEP Airports in this pipeline segment: (From BWEP Airports Download above)

  • Cursed Hills - PF63
  • Hess Creek - PF60
  • Livingood Camp - 4AKL
  • Chatanika - PF59

The three RTMM location scenery addons in this area are shown below; click the name to be taken to the respective entry on the ‘Scenery’ page where the scenery package can be downloaded:

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP - Dalton Highway Pipeline Segment - by Brad Allen (Refreshed 07.28.2019)
ORBX Global Base/Vector Needed

Those who brave the Dalton Highway by car or truck will travel an uncomfortable roadbed of dirt, loose gravel and rocks. It cuts through boreal forests, along endless stretches of wilderness, prairie and permafrost, across the Arctic Circle, up and down the unforgiving passes of the Brooks Range and deep into the reaches of an arctic coastal plain. The Highway 'boasts', if that is the right word, the longest stretch of unserviced road on the North American continent.

For 240mi/386km, from Coldfoot to Deadhorse, there is nothing. There are no gas stations, no flush toilets, no auto body shops, no restaurants, no medical facilities, no hotels, no motels, no state police posts, no cellphone service, no internet connections, no radio reception — nothing at all. Nothing but the thoroughfare itself. The one thing that you will find, guaranteed, is that it is a spine-snapping seven-hour drive, if you're lucky! Because of the absolute desolation, the discomfort it offers and the risk-taking involved, there is no good reason for a [sane] non-professional driver to drive the Dalton Highway.

To download the Dalton Highway Segment, click the ‘ZIP’ button below:

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BWEP Airports in this pipeline segment: (From BWEP Airports Download above)

  • Prospect Creek - PAPR*
  • Winter Trail - PF64
  • Five Mile - FVM

The five RTMM location scenery addons in this area are shown below; click the name to be taken to the respective entry on the ‘Scenery’ page where the scenery package can be downloaded:

* These Airport must be 'disabled' in ORBX Global Vector Airport Elevation Corrections (AEC) to display correctly.

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP - Gates of the Arctic - by Brad Allen - ORBX Global Base/Vector Needed

Enhanced Airports for this segment are already included with BWEP Airports:

  • Chandalar Shelf - 5CD (Disable Vector Elevation)
  • Wiseman - WSM
  • Coldfoot - CXF

 

 

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"PS" on the map indicates the location of Pump Stations that are included with the pipeline segments.

BWEP - North Slope - by Brad Allen - ORBX Global Base/Vector Needed

Enhanced Airports in this segment are already included with BWEP Airports:

  • Deadhorse - PASC
  • Sagwon - SAG (Disable Vector Elevation)
  • Galbarith Lake - PAGB

 

 

 

 

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Pipeline Flight Plans Pipeline and "Along the Way" Locations

As the construction continues, we are creating flight plans that will take you from "Here to There" as you fly up the BWEP pipeline project. Click on the zip button to download the flight set you want to fly.

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Pipeline Route Northward - Starts you at PAVD and gives you flight plans from Valdez to the end of the present construction at BEWP Executive Field. (See Master Map above) Updated 01.27.2017
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Pipeline Route Southward - Starts you at BWEP Executive Field (end of construction) and gives you flight plans from BWEP Executive Field (Fairbanks) to Valdez. (See Master Map Above)
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Valdez to Klutina Outfitters (Click for Map) Scenery Needed: Klutina Outfitters, look for it under "K" on the SCENERY PAGE.
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Gulkana PAGK to Lake Louise Lodge (Click for Map) Scenery Needed: Laka Louise Lodge, look for it under "L" on the SCENERY PAGE.
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Paxson PAXK to Landmark Gap Resort (Click for Map) Scenery Needed: Landmark Gap Resort, look for it under "L" on the SCENERY PAGE.
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Healy River HRR to The Magic Bus (Click for Map) Scenery Needed: Magic Bus, The, look for it under "M" on the SCENERY PAGE.
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Fairbanks PAFA to Black Rapids Lodge (Click for Map) Scenery Needed: Black Rapids Lodge, look for it under "B" on the SCENERY PAGE.
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BWEP Dispatches

Pipelines must be regularly inspected for any possible problems. Inspection is done with VLL flight (Very Low Level). Altitudes of 200 to 300 feet above the ground (pipeline) are recommended for a thorough inspection. You will need to fly slowly, always mindful of the terrain ahead while keeping watch over the integrity of the pipeline below. Also, as a commuinity service, we offer our planes to help with medical emergencies that may happen at outlying properties. BWEP is a good community partner.

INSTALLATION: Assuming you have downloaded BWEP and the Latest Libraries, then you only need the RTMM Automated Dispatcher.zip. This utility gives you BOTH the BWEP and Medical Dispatches. You can download the Latest RTMM Automated Dispatch.zip by going to the installation section on the Here2There Page. (LINK)

NOTAMS for Automated Dispatches
  • NOTAM: Carefully read the README.PDF for the Automated Dispatches (HERE)
  • NOTAM ON UPDATING: When Updating, use the SAFE and REPLACE process. Delete the old folder, then put in the new folder.
  • NOTAM FOR OFF/ON: To turn OFF all the dispatches and emergency waypoints, simply UNCHECK the RTMM Medical Dispatches folder in your simulator's scenario library.
  • NOTAM for Other Downloads for the Dispatches: You may have to download a scenery location to make this work. Under "RTMM" below, the scenery you need is listed. Notice, if the scenery has been changed recently, there is a date. This probably means you should download the scenery location and reinstall it. (Use Safe and Replace). You can click on the link there to download the new file.
  • NOTAM: The RTMM Automated Dispatch Selector is included in the RTMM Automated Dispatches download. This is a utility you can bring up from a desktop shortcut that allows you to browse all of the dispatches and select the ones you want "active". Click on the thumbnail to see a screenshot of the selector in action. This is a very special addition by Rod Jackson.
Zip Button Clicking on this ZIP button takes you to the Here2There web page where you can download the RTMM Dispatches.zip folder. The folder contains the automated dispatches for both BWEP and for RTMM Medical Facilities. When you run the RTMM Dispatch Selector, it will give you a choice of selecting BWEP or Medical Facilities. The Dispatch Selector is in the zip folder, the readme for it is HERE. The "Coming Soon" dispatches will not display correctly without the new scenery added.

NOTAM: Below is a list of the "dispatches" for the BWEP Pipeline Project that are included in the RTMM Dispatches.zip.

  • "S" indicates a supply run. These are typically to places with runway type landing zones, airports and dirt strips. The can be moving items from one BWEP facility at an airport to another or out to one of the pumping stations with a dirt/tundra landing.
  • "M" indicates a maintenance run. These are typically to places along the pipeline. Don't expect a landing zone, just a tundra landing, or maybe a jury-rigged dirt strip.
  • "E" indicates an emergency run. This can be a medical problem, a fire, a leak, anything that requires emergency action. The landing zones for these are difficult and non-existent ... you have to do what you can do, the best way you can.
BWEP: Southern Alaska Dispatches
P001M Instructions
Local Map

BWEP So Alaska: A critical pressure drop has been noted in the system between Valdez and Thompson Pass, a breach in the pipeline is suspected. (See instructions in the dispatch). (06.18.2016)
P002E Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska: Injury at a Pump House in Section One, needs transport back to Valdez. (06.20.2016)
P003M Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska: Pressure Drop, Leak in Section 2 north of Thompson Pass. Find and Report (06.22.2016)
P004S Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska: Supply Run - Deliver Electrical component to tundra strip at Pump Station #11 (06.22.2016)
P005S Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska:Maintenance - Amphibian (water)/Helicopter to Jackson's Lake construction site. There is a small dock and helipad on the south end of the lake at way point P005M.
P006E Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska: Fire near the pipeline!
P007S Instructions
Local Map
BWEP So Alaska: Supply Run to Bridge Maintenance Crew, Amphibian or Helicopter
BWEP: Richardson Highway Dispatches
P008E Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Medical emergency at Landmark Gap Resort, amphibian or helicopter. Start Donnelly Dome PF57-Lodge-End at Paxson PAXK.
P009E Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Medical emergency at Gulkana Training Outpost. Ski/Tundra or helo needed. Start Arctic Angel, fly to emergency, drop off at Paxson PAXK.
P010M Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Oil Leak at pump station tank south of Paxson. Need more inflatable boom sections quickly! Start at Paxson, fly to way point P010M.
P011S Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Supply Run from 5BK (Black Rapids) down to the #2 Jetty Construction siteat P011S. Fly on to Pump Island Set P011B. Exchange workmen, Return to 5BK.
P012E Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Medical dispatch D66 to HRR to MAGIC BUS 142 to Med Facility at the Fairbanks airport. (Scenery Location MAGIC BUS 142 needed for this dispatch.)
P013M Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Executive Tour to Scott's Field Drilling Rig. Starts at PAFA, then Exec field, then Drilling Rig, then to Black Rapids Lodge. (Black Rapids Lodge Scenery Needed)
P014E Instructions
Local Map
Richardson Hwy - Medical dispatch. Worker has fallen off scaffolding at temp work site. Leave PAGK, fly to site (way point P014E) pick up patient then fly to med center at Paxson airport.
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Observation Towers - Harbor Entrance Data Stations

Harbor Entrance Data Station . . .Data Tower Pic

For Shipping Traffic Safety, multiple "Harbor Entrance Data Stations" have been placed strategically around Valdez harbor to help monitor and direct shipping traffic. RTMM's rendition displays ten of these data stations in their actual position around the harbor. These are accessible only by Helicopter but can be seen with a "low/slow" fly over in a fixed wing aircraft. The BWEP-SAK (First Leg) program comes with Way Point Data for each of these. You can put these way points into your GPS and the GPS will guide you to the Data Station. (When you download BWEP Airports, the way points for all towers are included).

Data Towers Master Map

Click on above image to ENLARGE.

  • GPS Instructions: Use the "Direct" Button (The "D" with an arrow --> through it). Click next on the outer ring of the curser dial (the smaller arrows). USING NO CAPS, enter the way point, (example: PRT06). Then press the "E" enter button three times to activate it.
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BWEP REPAINTS

These are the BWEP Repaints by Klaus Tröppner. Click on the button below to select repaint category.

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Fixed Wing Aircraft - Repaints by Klaus Tröppner
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DHC2 Beaver

1. Aerosoft Beaver X - AMPHIBIAN - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the payware Aerosoft BeaverX De Havilland DHC2 Amphibian representing the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All fourrepaints for the beaver are in the same zip download

DHC2 Beaver

2. Aerosoft Beaver X - FLOAT - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the payware Aerosoft BeaverX De Havilland DHC2 Float Plane representing the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All four repaints for the beaver are in the same zip download

DHC2 Beaver

3. Aerosoft Beaver X - WHEELS and TUNDRA -

Payware: This is a repaint of the payware Aerosoft BeaverX De Havilland DHC2 Tundra/Wheeled Versions representing the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All four repaints for the beaver are in the same zip download

4. Aerosoft Beaver X - SKI

Payware: This is a repaint of the payware Aerosoft BeaverX De Havilland DHC2 Ski versionrepresenting the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All four repaints for the beaver are in the same zip download

C185

5. Carenado C185 - FLOAT - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the payware Carenado C185 Float Plane representing the fictitious C185F of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All three repaints for the C185 are in the same zip download

C185

6. Carenado C185 - AMPHIBIAN - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the payware Carenado C185 Amphibian representing the fictitious C185F of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.NOTAM: All three repaints for the C185 are in the same zip download

C185

7. Carenado C185 - SKI - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the payware Carenado C185 Ski Version representing the fictitious C185F of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: All three repaints for the C185 are in the same zip download

DHC2 Beaver

8. FSX DHC2 Beaver - AMPHIBIAN

This is a repaint of the FSX default De Havilland DHC2 representing the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Baron 58B

9. FSX Beech Baron 58B - WHEELS

This is a repaint of the FSX default Beechcraft Baron 58B representing the fictitious Beechcraft Baron 58B of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

King Air 350i

10. FSX Beech KingAir 350i

This is a repaint of the FSX default Beechcraft KingAir 350i representing the fictitious Beechcraft KingAir 350i of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Maule M7

11. Maule M7 - SKI

This is a repaint of the FSX default Maule M7 Ski version representing the fictitious Maule M7 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Return to Misty Moorings by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Wheels and Ski are in the same zip download

Maule M7

12. Maule M7 - WHEELS

This is a repaint of the FSX default Maule M7 wheeled version representing the fictitious Maule M7 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Wheels and Ski are in the same zip download

Piper J3Cub

13. Piper J3Cub - Wheels

This is a repaint of the FSX Default Piper J3 Cub representing the fictitious Piper J3 Cub of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) Repaint by Klaus Tröppner.

14. BWEP Basler 67- FREEWARE

This is a repaint for Basler BT 67 Version II Freeware for FSX by Daniel Fuernkaess, Manfred Jahn, Alexander M. Metzger & Hansjoerg Naegele. This repaint represents the fictitious Ski Version of BWEP (Blue Wave Energy Partners). Repaint by Thomas Menzel.

15. Carenado Cessna 206 - Wheels - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Wheeled version of the Carenado Cessna CU206G addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious Cessna CU206G of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP). The package includes 2 color variants (light blue and darker blue) for this aircraft. (BWEP) Repaint by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: All three aircraft are in the same zip. Click on one image for all.

16. Carenado Cessna 206 - Cargo - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Cargo version of the Carenado Cessna CU206G addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious Cessna CU206G of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP). The package includes 2 color variants (light blue and darker blue) for this aircraft. (BWEP) Repaint by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: All three aircraft are in the same zip. Click on one image for all.

17. Carenado Cessna 206 - Amphib - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Amphibian version of the Carenado Cessna CU206G addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious Cessna CU206G of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP). The package includes 2 color variants (light blue and darker blue) for this aircraft. (BWEP) Repaint by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: All three aircraft are in the same zip. Click on one image for all.

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18 Milviz DHC2 Beaver - all models. - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Milviz Beaver addon for FSX and P3D
This repaint represents the fictitious De Havilland DHC2 Beaver payware Milviz Beaver De Havilland DHC2 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) of Return to Misty Moorings (RTMM).

See the README

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19 Lockheed Martin P3DV4.4 - C-130J

This is a repaint of the P3Dv4.4 default C-130 (Also compatible with Captain Sim's C-130 X-perience Base Pack [FSX], representing the fictitious Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) - Repaint by Thomas Menzel. (January 2019)

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Helicopters - Repaints by Klaus Tröppner
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Erickson S64

1. Nemeth/Milviz Erickson S64 (Hoist Version)

PAYWARE: This is a repaint of the Nemeth/ Milviz Erickson S64 helicopter representing the fictitious Erickson N64SMM helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP)by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Hoist and Watertank are in the same zip download.

Erickson S64

2. Nemeth/Milviz Erickson S64 (Watertank Version)

This is a repaint of the Nemeth/ Milviz Erickson S64 helicopter representing the fictitious Erickson N64SMM helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP)by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Hoist and Watertank are in the same zip download.

3. Cerasim Bell212 - Payware

This is a repaint for the payware Cerasim Bell212 helicopteraddon for FSX.. This repaint represents the fictitious Bell 212 N2121MM of Blue Wave Energy Parners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Bell 412

4. Bell 412 by Jordan Moore - FREEWARE

This is a repaint of the freeware Hovercontrol Bell 412 helicopter by Jordan Moore representing the fictitious Bell 412 helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Bell 412

5. Cerasim Bell412 - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the Cerasim Bell 412 helicopter representing the fictitious Bell 412 helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Airbus h225

6. Airbus H225/ Eurocopter AS332 - FREEWARE

This is a repaint of the Dirk Fassbender AS332 helicopter representing the fictitious Airbus H225 helicopter (former  Eurocopter AS332) of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

Bell 206B3

7. Dodosim Bell 206B3 - Jet Ranger - FLOATS - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the Dodosim Bell206 FSX helicopter representing the fictitious Bell 206B3 helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Repaints for the Bell 206 are in the same zip download.

Bell 206B3

8. Dodosim Bell 206B3 - UTILITY - PAYWARE

This is a repaint of the Dodosim Bell206FSX helicopter representing the fictitious Bell 206B3 helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner. NOTAM: Both Repaints for the Bell 206 are in the same zip download.

Bell 206 B3

9. BELL 206B3 FSX Default

This is a repaint of the default FSX Bell 206B3 helicopter representing the fictitious Bell 206B3 helicopter of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner.

10. Milvix MD530T - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the MilViz MD530F payware helicopter-addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious MD530F N530MM of Blue Wave Energy Parners (BWEP). Repaint byKlaus Tröppner.

11. Cerasim Bell222B BWEP - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Cerasim Bell 222B payware helicopter-addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious Bell 222B N222MM of Blue Wave Energy Parners (BWEP).

12. Cerasim Sikorsky UH60L Blackhawk - PAYWARE

This is a repaint for the Cerasim Sikorsky UH60L Blackhawk payware helicopter-addon for FSX. This repaint represents the fictitious Sikorsky UH60L N061MM of Blue Wave Energy Parners (BWEP).

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Boats and Ships - Repaints by Klaus Tröppner
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BWEP Tugboat

1. Deltasim Smit Rotterdam - PAYWARE (PILOTABLE)

This is a repaint of the payware Deltasim Smit Rotterdam Highsea Tugboat representing the fictitious Highsea Tugboat Helper105 of Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) by Klaus Tröppner. "

BWEP Tanker

2. BWEP FSX ALASKA - FREEWARE (PILOTABLE)

This is a repaint of the FSX Oil Tanker "ALASKA" representing the fictitious Oil Tanker of Blue Wave Energy Partners by Klaus Tröppner.

BWEP Tugboat

3. BWEP FSX TugBoat - FREEWARE (PILOTABLE)

This is a repaint of the FSX SH-High Seas Tugboat representing the fictitious High Seas TugBoat by Klaus Tröppner.

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Reference Links

Brad Allen, BWEP Creator at the Real Alaska Pipeline --- Click to Enlarge

Pipeline pic......pipeline pic

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Construction Updates

This is our "Construction Log" to keep users updated on the latest information.

  • 09.14.2016 The pumping stations, terminals, and ship observation towers at Valdez have all been checked in beta. The fist section of the pipeline, BWEP Southeastern Alaska, is in beta. The new library has been posted and the new zip for BWEP-SAK is posted on the beta page. Awaiting for team comments before taking the page "live". Added this "Construction" table to keep people up to date on the progress for the following pipeline sections.
  • 09.14.2016 Added the Observation Towers table, making the map and adding it too.
  • 09.16.2016 Put BWEP page up on the server LIVE! (Initial Page Counter 657/89)
  • 09.19.2016 - New BWEP Library is uploaded (oil spill object). The Dispatches were tweaked fixing some naming and way points, the new RTMM Dispatches.zip is out for beta with the team.
  • 09.19.2016 - Made links "hot" for RTMM Dispatches.zip. Embedded the latest video from Robert P in the dispatches area. Took down the "Coming Soon". We are live! (09.19.2016 12:37 PM EST) -counter at 956/160.
  • 09.20.2016 - Put a better (higher) smoke object into dispatch 6 so it can be seen better.
  • 09.21.2016 - Orphan flight plan in RTMM Flight Plans.zip ... fixed, new file up for download. Norm R found a problem with the Flight plans and fixed the problem for us, uploaded his new zip.
  • 09.21.2016 - Revision in the BWEP AI Traffic files. The revised zip is now uploaded from Dex T.
  • 09.25.2016 - Steve W made a new "red" light that works at altitude without offset, it was put into the BWEP library, which is updated as of today.
  • 10.04.2016 - New BWEP Objects Library added ... has new sign objects in it. (From Steve W.)
  • 10.12.2015 - Added BWEP So Alaska for payware PAVD
  • 10.22.2016 - revised main map showing sections and progress
  • 10.20.2016 - Set up airstrip for PF57 at Donnally Dome (in Beta).
  • 10.22.2016 - Created Lake Louise Lodge --- an adjunct location for BWEP
  • 10.19.2016 - Created Klutina Outfitters --- an adjunct location for BWEP
  • 10.22.2016 - Added AI Seasonal Traffic to Lake Louise Lodge
  • 10.22.2016 - UPDATE: pipeline construction up to Donnally Dome ... heading toward Fairbanks.
  • 11.02.2016 - New Dispatch created P010M
  • 11.08.2016 - New Dispatch created P011S
  • 11.30.2016 - New Object Library for BWEP (unlit hangars)
  • 12.13.2016 - Added new Download Table with "Along the Way" locations
  • 12.15.2016 - Added Magic Bus 142
  • 12.15.2016 - Added Magic Bus 142 Medical dispatch P012M
  • 12.16.2016 - Magic Bus 142 updated with NOSEASON on.
  • 12.29.2016 - Magic Bus 142 updated again for details
  • 12.29.2016 - New BWEP library uploaded
  • 01.03.2017 - New BWEP Object Library uploaded
  • 01.08.2017 - BWEP Richardson Highway released
  • 01.08.2017 - Bell 222 BWEP Repaint released
  • 01.08.2017 - New Master Map created and added to page
  • 01.08.2017 - Updated and re-designed Installation Table added to page
  • 01.09.2017 - Moved Repaints to bottom, split by category and lined to find buttons
  • 01.09.2017 - Moved Reference Links to the bottom of the page
  • 01.09.2017 - Put up NOTAM about the need for the new Medical and APP object library
  • 01.09.2017 - Redid the Flight Plans table
  • 01.10.2017 - Finished PF59 Chantanika River a new airport for BWEP The Interior
  • 01.10.2017 - Redid the flight plans per Norm Richard's updates.
  • 01.11.2017 - Added Carenado Cessna 206 BWEP Rapaints to Fixed Wing Section
  • 01.22.2017 - Added P013M Dispatch
  • 01.22.2017 - finalized new approach lighting for updates (Steve's work)
  • 01.22.2017 - New approach lighting at K55 and Black River Lodge ... update follows when all are done
  • 01.22.2017 - New BWEP Object Library was posted (FSXP3D WH_BWEP Objects_SW 1_22_17.zip)
  • 01.25.2017 - Approach lights upgraded in all Richardson Hwy airports (Needs new BWEP Library)
  • 01.25.2017 - P014E Dispatch is added (Needs new BWEP Library and Updated Richardson Highway)
  • 01.25.2017 - New BWEP Object Library (today's date) uploaded
  • 01.27.2017 - Adjusted Northbound Flight Plan uploaded
  • 01.27.2017 - 3Z5 was in Rich Hwy, moved to SAK ...
  • 01.27.2017 - Approach lighting finished for BWEP SAK ...
  • 01.27.2017 - 3Z5 put into PAVD Payware version of BWEP Sak ..
  • 02.14.2017 - New BWEP Library uploaded 02.14.2017
  • 02.16.2017 - BWEP Objects Library now links to the Object Library page. (Single place to update)
  • 09.02.2017 - A NOTAM placed in KNOWN ISSUES TABLE for 4AK1 Livengood "flatten"
  • 12.30.2017 - BWEP The Interior Released
  • 12.31.2017 - BWEP Dalton Highway - Five Mile (airport) completed and sent to Brad.
  • 01.02.2018 - BWEP The Interior - Lights, Windsock, Fuel Trigger added to 4AKL Livingood
  • 01.02.2018 - BWEP Dalton Highway - PF64 Winter Trail Depot finished and sent to Brad.
  • 01.02.2018 - BWEP The Interior - Lights, Windsock, Fuel Trigger added to PF63
  • 01.04.2018 - BWEP AI Traffic Files Updated (for Prospect Creek)
  • 01.27.2018 - BWEP Richardson Highway - Took float plane out in 5BK "dock" scenery
  • 01.27.2019 - Created new web page for BWEP, simplified.
  • 01.29.2019 - Split out airports from pipeline files, reordered files for the new BWEP page (index2)
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