3 edition of An oilspill risk analysis for the Gulf of Alaska/Cook Inlet lease offering (October 1984) found in the catalog.
An oilspill risk analysis for the Gulf of Alaska/Cook Inlet lease offering (October 1984)
by U.S. Dept of the Interior, Geological Survey, Minerals Management Service, Environmental Modeling Group in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert P. LaBelle, Anastase Nakassis, and Kenneth J. Lanfear|
|Series||Open-file report -- 83-882, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-882|
|Contributions||Nakassis, Anastase, Lanfear, Kenneth J, United States. Minerals Management Service. Environmental Modeling Group, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
The Cook Inlet basin holds huge potential for oil and natural gas -- much more than previously thought, according to a U.S. Geophysical Survey estimate released last year. HOMER, Alaska—An environmental advocacy organization is calling for the immediate inspection of all oil and gas pipelines in Alaska's Cook Inlet .
Cook Inlet stretches miles ( kilometers) from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage and is home to an endangered population of beluga whales. Hilcorp by Sunday had removed all oil from the 8-inch (centimeter) diameter pipeline. Cook Inlet is also habitat for humpback whales, the western population of Steller sea lions and northern sea otters. The Cook Inlet Risk Assessment Advisory Team is asking for public comments and ideas on ways to reduce the chances of accidental oil spills or to reduce spills' impact on the area's : Homer News.
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Gulf of Alaska and Cook Inlet coasts for oil and gas leasing. The study area for this analysis extende from latitude 52" N. to 61' N., and from longitude " W. to ' W, (figure 1). The study area also includes existing Federal leases in the Gulf of Alaska and Cook Inlet-Shelikof Strait. Get this from a library.
An oilspill risk analysis for the Gulf of Alaska/Cook Inlet lease offering (October ). [Robert P LaBelle; Anastase Nakassis; Kenneth J Lanfear; United States. Minerals Management Service.
Environmental Modeling Group.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. An oil-spill risk analysis was conducted to determine the relative environmental hazards of developing oil in different regions of the Kodiak Island Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) lease area.
The study analyzed the probability of spill occurrences, likely paths of oil slicks, and locations of resources vulnerable to spilled oil. Gulf of Alaska and Cook Inlet coasts for oil and gas leasing. The study area for this analysis extends from latitude 52° N.
to 61° N., and from longitude ° W. to ° W. (figure 1). The study area also includes existing Federal leases in the Gulf of Alaska and Cook Inlet-Shelikof : Robert P.
LaBelle, Anastase Nakassis, Kenneth J. Lanfear. An oilspill risk analysis was conducted to determine the relative environmental hazards of developing oil in different regions of the Beaufort Sea, Alaska, (Proposed Sale 71) Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) lease area. The probability of spill occurrences, likely movement of oil slicks, and locations of resources vulnerable to spilled oil were analyzed.
This report summarizes results of an oil-spill risk analysis (OSRA) conducted for the proposed lower Cook Inlet Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Lease Sale The objective of this analysis was to estimate relative oil-spill risks associated with oil and gas production from the leasing alternatives proposed for the lease sale.
The report summarizes results of an oil-spill risk analysis conducted for OCS Lease SaleGulf of Alaska/Yakutat. The objective of this analysis was to estimate relative risks associated with oil and gas production for the proposed lease sale.
The Alaska Oil Spill Risk Analysis Calculator is a tool to enable strategic planning for geographic locations based on environmental vulnerability, theoretical spill sizes, and spill probabilities. It is the first step in narrowing the focus on certain regions for certain spill types.
During the legislative session, Alaska lawmakers, concerned about dwindling Cook Inlet oil production and tightening Southcentral Alaska natural gas supplies, upped the ante for offshore Cook Inlet drilling by offering a $25 million tax credit to the first company to drill a well from a jack-up in the inlet, provided that the well.
Division of Oil & Gas. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK Phone: () Fax: () TTY: Dial or () With its new Cook Inlet and North Slope projects, Hilcorp sharply increased Alaska capital spending this this year to about $ million, up from $ million inaccording to data Wilkins.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Reg and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) District 17 and Sector Anchorage, Sector Juneau, and Marine Safety Unit Valdez manage response operations in accordance with the Alaska Regional Contingency Plan (RCP) and four Area Contingency Plans (ACP).
Environmental impact assessment for Alaska’s oil and gas activities released The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has released a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) analyzing the possible environmental impacts of oil and gas development in the federal submerged lands of Cook Inlet, off Alaska’s southcentral coast.
Oilspill risk analysis for the Gulf of Alaska/Cook Inlet lease offering (October ) Technical Report LaBelle, R.P. ; Nakassis, A. ; Lanfear, K.J. For the conditional mean volume scenario, the proposed lease offering will result in an estimated billion barrels of oil being found and produced over a period spanning 25 years.
Oilspill risk analysis for the Gulf of Alaska/Cook Inlet lease offering (October ) Article Oil-spill risk analysis for the Gulf of Mexico (proposed sa 98, and ) Outer Continental. Monitoring Petroleum Activities In The Gulf of Alaska.
The United States Department of the Interior was designated by the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Lands Act of to carry out the majority of the Act’s provisions for administering the mineral leasing and develop- ment of off-shore areas of the United States under federal jurisdiction.
The Cook Inlet basin is Alaska's oldest producing oil and gas basin, dating back to the s. Production peaked in the early s atbbls/day, but is now at ab bbls/day. Southcentral Alaska has federal onshore petroleum resources on both sides of Cook Inlet, located west and south of Anchorage.
fields; offering utilities gas to meet contracts through first quarter Cook Inlet Energy Purchased North Fork gas field from Armstrong Oil & Gas for $65 million. Division of Oil and Gas Areawide lease sales scheduled for May 7,encompassing approximately 4 million acres in Cook Inlet and million acres on the Alaska Size: KB.
Several Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) biologists work with ADEC to assist with oil spill planning and response efforts. ADF&G, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and National Marine Fisheries Service are the three trustee agencies in Alaska with responsibilities to manage and protect wildlife.
SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA, NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA, COOK INLET, AND SHELIKOF STRAIT, ALASKA Edited by Terry R. Bruns OPEN-FILE REPORT This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards and stratigraphic nomenclature, Any use of trade names is for descriptive purposes only andCited by: 2.
Oil and gas leasing on Alaska’s Federal lands is concentrated in two regions: the Cook Inlet Region on both sides of the Cook Inlet and in the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska (NPR-A).
Exploration and production in the Cook Inlet Region began in the s and continues to contribute to Alaska's economy and energy needs.
Exploration in the NPR-A has three distinct exploration. ANCHORAGE, Alaska—The owner of a pipeline leaking natural gas into Alaska's Cook Inlet is dealing with another potential gas leak on a different line.
It .Alaska Oil Production. ANS & Cook Inlet Oil Production Fiscal Years – and Forecast for Fiscal Years – North Slope Temperatures North Slope Temperatures ANS Monthly Production.