5 edition of Beaufort Sea oil and gas development found in the catalog.
Beaufort Sea oil and gas development
M. P. Sharon Brown
Bibliography: p. 69-71.
|Statement||by M.P. Sharon Brown, Katherine A. Graham, Margot J. Wojciechowski.|
|Series||Eastern arctic study case study series|
|Contributions||Graham, Katherine A., 1947-, Wojciechowski, Margot J., Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Centre for Resource Studies., Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Centre for Resource Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD9574C22 B4 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. --|
|Number of Pages||77|
Abstract. Experience from oil and gas field development in the Beaufort Sea and Barents Sea has clearly shown that there is a need for mapping of offshore permafrost and better understanding of the physical properties of offshore permafrost in order to develop cost effective and environmentally friendly technologies fir the development of new : Arne Instanes, Marina Leibman, Evgeny S. Melnikov. But analysts say their immediate impact will be increased exploration and development for offshore oil and natural gas. Canada’s Beaufort Sea, receive an even greater incentive — no.
U.S. Starts Process to Open Arctic to Offshore Drilling, Despite Federal Lawsuit million acres of offshore waters in the Beaufort Sea and plans to. Nevertheless, deepwater drilling and production in the Arctic Ocean provides an attractive but extremely ambitious challenge for our industry. Because the U.S. Beaufort Sea has an average water depth of 3, ft, deepwater drilling provides an interesting and innovative option to develop enormous reserves of oil and natural by: 4.
Taking advantage of the potential economic and fiscal benefits of Beaufort Sea oil and gas exploration and development, such as employment/business opportunities and increased government revenues, and advancing Yukon’s offshore governance interest as a coastal jurisdiction was Yukon’s rationale for including offshore provisions in the Beaufort Sea and Chukchi Sea Federal planning areas in yellow. (Source: BOEM) The regulatory process, combined with the unique political, social, economic, environmental, and technical challenges that oil and gas development in the region pose, fit the definition of a “wicked” problem (defined below in “Characteristics of the wicked.
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Get this from a library. Beaufort Sea oil and gas development. [M P Sharon Brown; Katherine A Graham; Margot J Wojciechowski; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Centre for Resource Studies.] -- Case study which examines exploration for petroleum resources in Beaufort Sea since late 's.
Focus on interaction among 3 major proponents of development of area's hydrocarbon resources (Dome. Environmental Influences of Oil and Gas Development in the Arctic Slope and Beaufort Sea,24 pages. [Brooks, J. et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Environmental Influences of Oil and Gas Development in the Arctic Slope and Beaufort Sea,24 : J.
et al. Brooks. The Trump administration is asking oil and gas companies where they might want to drill offshore in the federal waters north of Alaska. Arctic Drilling Lease Sale.
Dome Petroleum risks all in Beaufort Sea drilling potential crude oil and natural gas traps identified by Dome Pete - in about 70 meters of water. tobarrels of oil are the. A number of factors affecting potential oil and gas exploration and development activities in the Beaufort Sea have changed since the BREA Activity Forecast was prepared.
This report is intended to provide an updated general description of potential oil and gas exploration and development activities in the Beaufort Sea over the next. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is issuing this Call for Information and Nominations (Call) covering a proposed sale in the Beaufort Sea Planning Area in lateas included in the National Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing Draft Proposed Program.
Beaufort Sea exploration activity followed oil prices: it was kick-started by the Arab Oil Embargo in and withered as prices fell in the early s. Canada's National Energy Program, which was announced just as prices peaked inimposed price controls on Canadian oil and further suppressed investment.
Imperial Oil Canada, Exxon Mobil and BP have jointly filed an application to drill at least one well in the Beaufort Sea kilometres northwest of Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T.
Canada’s Beaufort Sea contains major gas and petroleum reserves beneath the seabed, a continuation of proven reserves in the nearby Mackenzie River.
Offshore drilling began in carried out by companies as Panarctic Oils Ltd., Petro Canada and Dome Petroleum and wells were drilled. Table Annual Ice Cycle in Nearshore Areas of the Alaskan Beaufort Sea Table Impacts of Alternatives 2, 3, 4, and 5 on Sea Ice FIGURES Figure Onshore Physiographic Features of the Project Area Figure Stratigraphic Column, North Slope Region Figure Cross-Section Showing Proposed Waste Injection Horizons.
Economic Analysis of Future Offshore Oil and Gas Development: Beaufort Sea, Chukchi Sea, and North Aleutian Basin iii Table ES Estimated Annual Average Employment Generated from Potential OCS Development by Place of Work and by Place of Residence Table ES But "when the oil industry in the Beaufort [Sea] shut down in the mid-'80s we really lost that technological edge." FROM Mackenzie Valley pipeline project officially one for the history Author: John Last.
Get this from a library. Environmental influences of oil and gas development in the Arctic Slope and Beaufort Sea. [James W Brooks; James C Bartonek; David R Klein; David L Spencer; Averill Thayer; United States. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife.].
Oil has been produced from the Beaufort Sea OCS since the early s, and the Arctic OCS potential for production of additional oil and gas resources is significant. Beyond petroleum potential, this region supports unique fish and wildlife resources and ecosystems, and indigenous people who rely on these resources for subsistence.
The Beaufort Sea is a highly prospective petroleum province and thus the resolution of this dispute will have significant implications for future oil and gas development in the region. Between and numerous legal authors have written on the dispute, notably Byers, McDorman, Rothwell, and : B.
Sas. The U.S. Minerals Management Service on Monday officially scheduled its upcoming Beaufort Sea oil and gas lease sale for April The Chukchi Sea forms part of the Arctic Ocean, bordered in the east by northwestern Alaska between the Seward Peninsula and Barrow, and the west by Wrangel Island and northeastern Siberia.
Estimates of oil and gas reserves on the US portion of the Continental Shelf, including both the Chukchi and the neighboring Beaufort Sea, range up to 30 billion barrels of oil equivalent, a reserve even. CALGARY--An oil industry consortium including Exxon Mobil Corp.
and BP PLC on Friday suspended its Canadian arctic exploration program in the Beaufort Sea, citing insufficient time to. Memoir 92 portrays key applications of dipmeter and image log data across the exploration and production life cycle. It illustrates the value of integrating high-resolution dipmeter and borehole image data with seismic, well-log, and geological knowledge in order to construct integrated subsurface models.
If local stocks are affected by oil and gas development activities, distant subsistence fisheries along the coast could also be affected. DOI: /() SOODVC>CO;2.
Apex Resources Group, Inc. reports progress on the Beaufort Sea Exploration as Shell Oil Company spuds a dozen wells in the Beaufort Sea opening up a new frontier for the oil & gas industry.In the Beaufort Sea, most exploration activities have so far been based on man made islands; however, recent increases in drilling water depth have necessitated the construction of the other type of cope with this tendency, a new artificial mobile island called the Super CIDS was developed by Global Marine Development Inc.
(USA) and the first structure named “Glomar Beaufort.Environmental influences of oil and gas development in the Arctic Slope and Beaufort Sea Resource Publication 96 By: James W. Brooks, James C. Bartonek, David R. Klein.