2 edition of Arctic Coastal Plain Competitive Oil and Gas Leasing Act found in the catalog.
Arctic Coastal Plain Competitive Oil and Gas Leasing Act
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington
Written in English
|Series||S. hrg. ;, 101-15|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .E55 1989i|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 1161 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1161|
|LC Control Number||89602007|
Oil companies would have to bid an average of $2, per acre for each of the million acres on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to meet Trump’s budget. Advertisement. Source: BP Statistical Review, June and Arctic Oil and Gas , p. 32 Compared to other parts of the world, the level of exploration in the Arctic has, by all accounts, been modest but more than sufficient to indicate rich deposits of various resources, including oil and gas.
The Trump Interior Department announced Thursday plans to offer blocks in the Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans for oil and gas exploration in an ambitious new five-year offshore lease plan. The move to give back roughly $ billion worth of oil and gas leases spanning million acres of the Arctic Ocean, in the same week that the leaders of five Arctic nations are coming to.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) from the th Congress () permitted 2 lease sales of about , acres of oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) for the first time since the Interior Department established the ANWR. The Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act would repeal this provision. No New Federal Oil And Gas Leases In The Arctic Ocean For The Next Five Years from any new offshore oil and gas leasing for the next five years. drilling in the Arctic Ocean makes no sense.
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March 6, [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.]. Get this from a library. Arctic Coastal Plain Competitive Oil and Gas Leasing Act: report together with additional and minority views (to accompany S.
[United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.]. Arctic Coastal Plain Competitive Oil and Gas Leasing Act - Title I: Statement of Purpose and Definitions - Declares that it is the congressional purpose to: (1) authorize competitive oil and gas leasing development on the Arctic Coastal Plain in a manner consistent with environmental and wildlife protection; and (2) provide a new funding source.
This book provides an overview of the many issues relevant to offshore oil and gas development in the Arctic. Topics covered in this book include a brief historical background of Arctic oil and gas development; a discussion of the economic importance of oil in Alaska; challenges of Arctic oil spill response; Arctic subsistence resource issues; an overview of important ecological resources in Author: Roman Shumenko.
About people turned out Tuesday at a meeting in Fairbanks to offer comments on a federal plan to launch an oil and gas leasing program in the. The Obama administration has removed Arctic locations from planned oil and gas leases for the next five years.
Ten of the 11 approved lease areas are in the Gulf of Mexico. Citation: AMAP, Arctic Oil and Gas Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) Oslo, Norway.
Xiii+40 pp. The exploration of the Arctic for petroleum is considered to be extremely technically challenging. However, recent technological developments, as well as relatively high oil prices, have allowed for a result, the region has received significant interest from the petroleum industry.
Since the onset of the s oil glut inthe commercial interest in Arctic exploration has. Updated Economic Estimates of Effects of Leasing on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain I. Introduction Despite extensive press coverage and political attention to the ongoing debate about whether or not to explore for oil on the Coastal Plain of the Arctic.
: Governance of Arctic Offshore Oil and Gas (Global Governance) (): Pelaudeix, Cécile, Basse, Ellen Margrethe: Books. Barack Obama has permanently banned new oil and gas drilling in most US-owned waters in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, a last-ditch effort.
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. Remove Arctic from Oil and Gas Leasing Program the Obama administration has the opportunity to prevent new oil and gas leasing in Alaska’s Arctic waters for the next 5. The Trump administration is seeking to throw almost all marine waters off Alaska wide open to oil companies, but there are questions about whether any companies might want to drill there.
The Department of Interior’s draft five-year offshore oil and gas leasing plan proposed for to would open up all of the federal Arctic waters to oil leasing, with three sales each in federally. The Budget assumes legislation to authorize leasing for oil and gas in the coastal plain (the " area") of ANWR.
The first lease sale would begin around /, allowing adequate time for. xii offshore oil and gas goernance in the arctic: a leadership role for the u.s. EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPPR Emergency, Prevention, Preparedness, and Response (Arctic Council). In addition to the Arctic drilling, the House bill would provide £bn in energy tax breaks and credits, most of it to promote coal, oil, nuclear and natural gas development, but also about.
This is the Department of the Interior’s Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program forwhich the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has prepared pursuant to the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (the Act). 1 Under the Act, the Secretary of. Arctic Oil and Natural Gas Provinces Map: The United States Geological Survey estimates that over 87% of the Arctic's oil and natural gas resource (about billion barrels oil equivalent) is located in seven Arctic basin provinces: Amerasian Basin, Arctic Alaska Basin, East Barents Basin, East Greenland Rift Basin, West Greenland-East Canada Basin, West Siberian Basin, and the Yenisey.
Political and business leaders in oil-dependent Alaska have tried for decades to pry open the refuge’s coastal plain, which is believed to hold potential for billions of barrels of oil. But the plain, between the Brooks Range mountains and the Arctic Ocean, is prized for its importance to caribou, polar bears and other wildlife.
Although the Energy Information Administration speaks of reserves amounting to 27 billion barrels of oil and billion cubic feet of gas "trapped" in the depths of the boundless Arctic lands Author: Giancarlo Strocchia.When the U.S. Department of Interior announced on Jan. 4 that it would consider opening nearly all of the waters off the coast of Alaska to offshore oil exploration — nearly 1 billion acres — it was unveiling the most aggressive plan for offshore development we’ve seen in Alaska.
Previously, the Obama administration had placedAuthor: Krestia Degeorge. Sounds a bit unbelievable, but it's true. By the study report of British embassy in Helsinki Arctic has plenty of natural resources and open up business opportunities.
It contains 22% of world’s undiscovered oil/gas and ‘large untapped reserves’ of gold, coal, etc.