2 edition of Comments on the proposed trans-Alaska pipeline. found in the catalog.
Comments on the proposed trans-Alaska pipeline.
1971 in [Juneau] .
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared under the direction of the Dept. of Law, State of Alaska.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Dept. of Law.|
|LC Classifications||TN879.5 .A45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3, 192, iv p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||72610109|
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West, Copper River Meridian. The proposed project will consist of the installation of a megawatt (MW) hydroelectric generation plant located on the south side of Port Valdez near Alyeska’s Valdez Marine Terminal for the Trans. In the early s, Alaska Senator Ted Stevens promised Cordova fishermen not one drop of oil would be spilled in Prince William Sound from proposed tanker traffic and the trans-Alaska pipeline project.
New safety requirements set for Keystone pipeline was an expert consultant on construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline in the s. placed on the northern leg proposed for Alberta. “A pipeline project will bring jobs, investment, and, perhaps most importantly, a renewed sense of hope that Alaska’s best days are ahead of us, not behind.” The pipeline as envisioned would.
Inas the Trans-Alaska Pipeline neared completion, Jay Hammond, a professional hunter turned governor, proposed a system of dividends to be paid to all Alaskans from a Author: Delphine D'amora. Bolt, B. A.,Ground accelerations and durations of strong ground motion to be expected from earthquakes affecting the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, in Basis for the Earthquake Design of the.
5 Trans Alaska Pipeline System TAPS, which is owned by a consortium of oil companies and operated by Alyeska Pipeline Service Company on their behalf, connects Alaskaâ s North Slope oil fields to the. One of the lessons of history that seems to be lost in the current news and concern about energy independence for the United States is that the same arguments were used by the oil companies /5.
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(Photo: NPCA Online, Flickr CC. The companies provided information related to crude oil spills sincebut sought to keep a wide array of other information from public view, including pipeline repairs and operational risk.