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Prudhoe Bay project final environmental impact statement

United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation.

Prudhoe Bay project final environmental impact statement

construction and operation of a sales gas conditioning facility at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska : Northwest Alaskan Natural Gas Transportation Company, docket no. CP78-123 et al.

by United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation.

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Published by The Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Prudhoe Bay region.
    • Subjects:
    • Gas industry -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska -- Prudhoe Bay region.,
    • Environmental impact statements -- Alaska -- Prudhoe Bay region.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFederal Energy Regulatory Commission, Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation.
      ContributionsArvedlund, Robert A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD195.G3 U55 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 416 p. :
      Number of Pages416
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4238687M
      LC Control Number80603226

      Point Thomson Project EIS, final environmental impact statement. This environmental impact statement describes a project to produce hydrocarbon liquids (gas condensate and possibly oil) from the Thomson Sand Reservoir and deliver them through the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. The staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) has prepared this draft environmental impact statement (EIS) to assess the impacts of constructing and operating the Alaska LNG Project (Project) proposed by the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC). The purpose and need of the Project is to commercialize the natural gas resources of Alaska’s North Slope, by.

      FAIRBANKS—The Italian company Eni this week began initial drilling of an exploratory oil well in the Beaufort Sea, west of Prudhoe Bay. It’s the first oil exploration project to take place in. The ANWR-specific proposals come from the Fish & Wildlife Service’s newest comprehensive conservation plan and final environmental impact statement, intended to set management of .

        Lesli J. Ellis-Wouters, BLM’s Alaska spokesperson, said the company provided a more precise estimate in answers to questions from the agency for a Draft Environmental Impact Statement.   The Matanuska-Susitna Borough has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to redo the final environmental impact statement and reconsider its decision for the proposed Alaska LNG project.


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Prudhoe Bay project final environmental impact statement by United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Prudhoe Bay project final environmental impact statement: construction and operation of a sales gas conditioning facility at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska: Northwest Alaskan Natural Gas Transportation Company, docket no. CP et al. [United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Office of Pipeline and Producer Regulation.;]. Cite this Record. Final Environmental Impact Statement: Prudhoe Bay Oil Field Waterflood Project. Army Corps of Engineers. (tDAR id: ). Issued: March 6, The staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) has prepared a final environmental impact statement (EIS) to assess the impacts of constructing and operating the Alaska LNG Project (Project) proposed by the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC).

The purpose and need of the Project is to commercialize the natural gas resources of. environmental quality and resident wildlife popu- lations. The 20th anniversary of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) Environmental Impact Statement provides an opportunity to review the re- sults of these ecological monitoring programs, which in turn offer a comprehensive year over- view of the ecology the Prudhoe Bay region.

Re-Cited by:   The final environmental impact statement is not the final decision on the NPR-A, Padgett said. That is expected as soon as the end of July. He said another process will be required before the land. The ROD is the formal determination of how BLM will proceed based on the analysis contained in the final Environmental Impact Statement.

The ROD and more information are available here. President Trump signed H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, in December The second title of the Act authorizes the surface development of up to 2, ABOUT THE NORTHSTAR PROJECT. Northstar is a joint Federal/State of Alaska unit located in the Beaufort Sea about 12 miles northwest of Prudhoe Bay.

BP Exploration Alaska, Inc. (BPXA) was the original lessee and operator of Northstar. On ApBPXA announced that it agreed to sell interests in four BP-operated oilfields on the North.

The Bureau of Land Management published a final Environmental Impact Statement for the company’s Willow project, which the agency said. A final Environmental Impact Statement for the company’s Willow project was published by the Bureau of Land Management.

ConocoPhillips is part of a consortium that owns and operates the mile Trans Alaska Pipeline that moves oil from Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska, where most of the state’s oil production is concentrated.

BOEM Publishes Final Environmental Impact Statement For Hilcorp Liberty Project. The Hilcorp Liberty Project DPP proposes building a nine-acre artificial gravel island in the shallow federal waters of the Beaufort Sea, about 20 miles east of Prudhoe Bay.

To be located about five miles off the coast, the facility would be similar to the four. With an additional 2, pages of charts, data, maps and explanations, the state-led Alaska LNG team finished out by answering the last batch of.

The final environmental review “concludes that Pebble mine will not harm the Bristol Bay salmon fishery,” said the statement, provided by Pebble spokesman Mike Heatwole. “First, we had a record of decision for the Ambler Road project, then a final Environmental Impact Statement for the Willow project in the NPR-A, and now the record of decision for the responsible development of ANWR.

This is what happens when the executive branch and Congress work together to create opportunities for Alaskans, not shut us down. The Bureau of Land Management published a final Environmental Impact Statement for the company's Willow project, which the agency said could produce more thanbarrels of oil per day (bpd) over the next 30 years.

from Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska, where most of the state's oil production is concentrated, south to the Port. With an additional 2, pages of charts, data, maps and explanations, the state-led Alaska LNG Project team finished out by answering the last batch of questions from federal regulators for the project’s final environmental impact statement.

March The Department of the Interior releases the final environmental impact statement. The original page document has now ballooned to a nine-volume comprehensive study on both the. The Bureau of Land Management published a final Environmental Impact Statement for the company’s Willow project, which the agency said could produce [ ] NEW YORK — The Trump Administration on Friday approved U.S.

oil producer ConocoPhillips’ plan for drilling in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, a wilderness area along the state. Gas source and pipeline infrastructure. The natural gas for the project will be sourced from the Prudhoe Bay and Point Thomson oil and gas fields on the Alaska’s North Slope.

The natural gas treatment plant of the project will be connected with the Prudhoe Bay production facility through a km-long and 60in-diametre pipeline, while the pipeline connecting the Point Thomson production. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued a favorable final environmental review of ConocoPhillips Alaska’s Willow project on Alaska’s North Slope, Kallanish Energy reports.

The federal agency has published a notice in the Federal Register that the final Environmental Impact Statement has been released. Project Overview The proposed Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline (ASAP) Project is comprised of a natural gas conditioning facility (GCF) capable of producing an annual average million standard cubic feet per day (MMscfd) of utility-grade natural gas at peak capacity and a 1, pound per square inch (psig) natural gas pipeline.

"Final Environmental Impact Statement, Prudhoe Bay Oil Field Waterflood Project, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska." Seward U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District. "flood insurance study, Seward, Kenai Peninsula Borough," prepared for Federal Insurance Administration.

The final environmental impact statement, released in March, affirmed the project team’s preferred option to build the LNG terminal in Nikiski.

FERC commissioners on May 21 authorized the Alaska LNG project, adopting all of the findings and decisions in the final EIS.The Bureau of Land Management published a final Environmental Impact Statement for the company’s Willow project, which the agency said could produce more thanbbl/d over the next 30 years.

If constructed, Willow will be the westernmost development on the North Slope.