2 edition of economic analysis of hydrocarbon developments in the Beaufort Sea found in the catalog.
economic analysis of hydrocarbon developments in the Beaufort Sea
|Statement||by Peter Eglington and Maris Uffelmann.|
|Series||Discussion paper,, no. 258, Discussion paper (Economic Council of Canada) ;, no. 258.|
|Contributions||Uffelmann, Maris., Economic Council of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||HD9574.B43 E47 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 10, 94 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||84213831|
Beaufort Sea hydrocarbon production and transportation proposal: report of the Environmental Assessment Panel.. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment Panel (Canada); Canada. Environmental Assessment Panel. # Environmental impact analysis--Beaufort Sea\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. The extensions of hydrocarbon provinces and structures to the south across the ‘Arctic’ boundary are included on the map in order to show the intensity of offshore hydrocarbon exploration and development activity in areas just outside the margins of sea ice in relation to the limits of regular occurrence of the three whale species.
estimate as well as an economic analysis. The second project, an assessment of the hydrocarbon resources of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Mast and others, and in press), did not include an economic analysis. The purpose of this report is to compare these two frontier area. tional hydrocarbon companies view the Arctic as the last major oil and gas frontier. Sustainable Arctic oil and gas exploration and development requires a pre-emptive, strategic decision-making process that can effectively guide economic considerations in step with environmental risks. Historically, hydrocarbon development efforts focused.
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Crude oils are composed of mixtures of paraffin, alicylic and aromatic hydrocarbons. Microbial communities exposed to hydrocarbons become adapted, exhibiting selective enrichment and genetic changes resulting in increased proportions of doc, pdf. Based on the Draft Beaufort Sea Social, Cultural and Economic Overview and Assessment Report, estimates were made on the total value of oil and gas in the grounds of the Mackenzie Delta and Beaufort Sea. Oil – gross value is approximately $26 billion to $ billion (assumes an average oil price of $/m3).
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Economic analysis of hydrocarbon developments in the Beaufort Sea. Ottawa, Ont.: Economic Council of Canada,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Eglington; Maris Uffelmann; Economic Council of Canada.
assumptions to determine a minimum economic scale for Beaufort Sea -Mackenzie D1~lta hydrocarbon development. Environmental and socio-economic impacts were included to supplement the purely economic analysis. The minimum economic scale project, a sixteen-inch pipeline through the Mackenzie Valley, was found to beAuthor: Tracey Vansickle.
Biophysical research requirements for Beaufort Sea hydrocarbon development. [Environmental Studies Research Funds (Canada); Kavik-AXYS Inc.; FMA Heritage Resources Consultants Inc.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Environmental Studies Research Funds # Environmental impact analysis--Beaufort Sea\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.
Economic Analysis of Future Offshore Oil and Gas Development: Beaufort Sea, Chukchi Sea, and North Aleutian Basin v Figure Incremental Oil Production from Beaufort OCS Development Figure Incremental Gas Production from Beaufort OCS Development Figure In JulyHon.
John Munro, Minister, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), submitted a proposal for hydrocarbon production from the Beaufort Sea-MacKenzie Delta region to Hon.
John Roberts, Minister, Department of the Environment, for formal public review under Canada's Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Cited by: 1. As a result of the potential for increased hydrocarbon activity in the Beaufort, recognized limitations of project-based EIA to effectively plan for and assess the impacts of offshore development.
The Arctic consists of land, internal waters, territorial seas, exclusive economic zones (EEZs) and international waters above the Arctic Circle (66 degrees 33 minutes North latitude). All land, internal waters, territorial seas and EEZs in the Arctic are under the jurisdiction of one of the eight Arctic coastal states: Canada, Denmark (via Greenland), Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden.
Hydrocarbons are biogenic, mainly terrigenous in nearshore Beaufort Sea. • Hydrocarbon concentrations are statistically analyzed in nearshore sediments. • Regional differences in contents are influenced by granulometry and fluvial input.
• Despite petroleum-related development, sediments are free of petrogenic hydrocarbons. The United States Geological Institute estimates 22% of world hydrocarbon reserves within these areas and approximately 84% of such sources is expected to be found in offshore areas (Bird et al.
books, consultant reports, and other written material that fall under the subject of northern hydrocarbon development.
Since the production of hydrocarbons has such a huge and widely varied impact, the scope of the bibliography includes social, environmental, economic, as well as industrial issues in the Beaufort Sea Region.
The aim of the BEMP was to advance government preparedness for oil and gas development. The program assessed the potential environmental effects of oil and gas development in the Beaufort Sea.
BEMP projects are available on the Arctic Institute of North America's Arctic Science and Technology Information System Hydrocarbon Impacts website.
Most of the hydrocarbons are carried to the Beaufort Sea in coastal erosion and river inputs of hydrocarbon‐rich materials, such as peat and shale.
The majority of the Beaufort Sea Development Area, including near production facilities, contains uncontaminated sediments with only a few small areas near.
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The United States, Soviet Union, Western European and East Asian countries in particular experienced unusually high. Beaufort Sea Hydrocarbon Developments Douglas Durst Introduction In the context of economic development, the s saw "community parti-cipation" emerge as a global "ideology" vehemently pursued by both the most conservative bureaucracies and the most radical community devel-opers.
Unfortunately, this "ideology" of community participation is devoid. Beaufort Sea discoveries are estimated to have billion m³ ( Tcf) of natural gas, million m³ ( million barrels) of crude oil and million m³ ( million barrels) of NGLs.
This report concentrates on discovered conventional natural gas, NGLs and crude oil resources without establishing economic criteria related to.
Identification of the Biophysical Information and Research Gaps Associated with Hydrocarbon Exploration, Development and Transmission in the Mackenzie Valley.
Arctic Oil and Gas Traditional Knowledge Guide for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. Biophysical Research Requirements for Beaufort Sea Hydrocarbon Development. Purchase Economic Risk in Hydrocarbon Exploration - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNGet this from a library. Environmental impact statement for hydrocarbon development in the Beaufort Sea - Mackenzie Delta region.
[Dome Petroleum Limited.; Esso Resources Canada.; Gulf Canada Resources Inc.;] -- This environmental impact statement addresses the need for hydrocarbon development in the Beaufort Sea-Mackenzie Delta region and its associated environmental impacts.
Effects of offshore oil exploration and development in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea: Long‐term patterns of hydrocarbons in sediments. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management15 (2), DOI: /ieam The process of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) aims to ensure that development projects have no disastrous environmental and social consequences.
This book examines the crucial role of EIA in government decision-making in Europe, North America and Asia. It explains what EIA is and why it is important; outlines the best procedures for assessing projects; shows how to write an /5(2).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beaufort Sea hydrocarbon exploration. Ottawa: Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, first two volumes was hydrocarbon development in the Beaufort Sea area. Recently there has been an increasing emphasis on understanding the impact of development on the environment and the people.
This emphasis was identified in during the'Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment Panel (BEAP) hearings which reviewed.the Beaufort Sea prompted an increase in aquatic research.
This led in to the Beaufort Sea Project, a joint industry-government study to assess the potential impacts of hydrocarbon exploration and related activities on the area.
It included basic biological studies of species distributions, life histories.