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Alpine satellite development plan, GMT1 development project

final supplemental environmental impact statement

by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office

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Published by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska State Office in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public lands,
  • Management,
  • Oil well drilling,
  • Oil fields,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Petroleum industry and trade,
  • Environmental impact statements

  • About the Edition

    The purpose of this Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) is to evaluate any relevant new circumstances and information that have arisen since the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) Final EIS, dated September 2004. Additionally, the BLM completed the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPR-A) Integrated Activity Plan/Environmental Impact Statement (IAP/EIS) Record of Decision (ROD) in 2013 to determine the appropriate management of the BLM-administered lands (public lands) in the nearly 23-million-acre NPR-A. This SEIS tiers to both of these previous National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analyses and incorporates them by reference.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesSupplemental environmental impact statement for the Alpine satellite development plan for the proposed Greater Mooses Tooth One development project, Alpine satellite development plan, GMT1 development project :
    Statementprepared by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management
    ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers, United States. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, United States. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Alaska, Native Village of Nuiqsut, North Slope Borough (Alaska), ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 volumes (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26603703M
    OCLC/WorldCa1066697133

    ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA Medium-Term Regional Development Plan Vicenzo Sagun Street, Purok Alpine, Gatas District, Pagadian City Tel. No. () / Email: [email protected] management plan (Modak, ) and metropolitan development plan for the city of Pune in India (PMC, ), clearly re fl ect the bene fi ts of successful ap- plication of SEA in delivering. project on behalf of the Korean astronomical community. The broader US astronomical community is expected to have access to the GMT through arrangements with the national funding agencies. The conceptual design of the GMT telescope and facility was completed in and the GMT project is currently in the Design Development Phase.


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Alpine satellite development plan, GMT1 development project by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

InNorthern Economics assisted SLR Consulting in the preparation of the Alpine Satellite Development Plan GMT1 Development Project Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Bureau of Land Management. We developed the description of existing socioeconomic conditions for the community of Nuiqsut, the North Slope Borough, and the state.

Alpine satellite development plan, GMT1 development project: final supplemental environmental impact statement Item Preview. Supplemental environmental impact statement for the Alpine satellite development plan for the proposed Greater Mooses Tooth One development project | Alpine satellite development plan, GMT1 development project: Also available online via the Bureau of Land Management Library Alpine satellite development plan on Internet Archive.

Includes bibliographical references. Notice of Intent To Prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed GMT1 development project book Mooses Tooth 2 Development Project, Alaska, [].

Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth (GMT) Unit Development Project, Alaska. Pursuant to 40 CFR (c), the Supplemental EIS has been prepared to supplement the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) Final EIS, dated Septemberregarding the establishment of satellite oil production pads and associated infrastructure.

The project also included four bridges with one over the Nigliq Channel of the Colville River. The original CD5 development plan called for 15 wells, but in April ConocoPhillips approved funding for additional wells at CD5, bringing it to full design and permit capacity of 33 wells.

Those additional wells will come online in late alpine satellite development location map tifmiaqsiubvik. gmt1 proposed satellite facility overview gmt1 facilities asrc material source tifmiaqsiubvik pipe crossing plan gmt1 road at cd5 pipeline crossing.

pipe crossing section pipe crossing profile pipe crossing plan gmt1 road at gmt1. Planning efforts for GMT1 began more than a decade ago. The satellite oil development at GMT1 was previously described and evaluated as part of the Alpine Satellites Development as CD6 in an environmental impact statement (BLM ), a biological assessment (Johnson et al.

), and a biological opinion (USFWS ). The project would produce oil from federal and Alaska Native Corporation lands within NPR-A.A version of the GMT2 project was initially approved in the Record of Decision (ROD) of the Alpine Satellite Development Plan in and was included as a reasonably foreseeable development in the NPRA Integrated Activity Plan Environmental Impact.

The GMT1 Development Project was re-analyzed in the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Moose’s Tooth One Development Project (Final SEIS), which BLM issued in October The GMT1 Final SEIS addressed changes to the proposed GMT1 Development Project from the Projects Analysis of Natural Gas Distribution, Fairbanks North Star Borough InNorthern Economics assisted SLR Consulting in the preparation of the Alpine Satellite Development Plan GMT1 Development Project Final read more.

The Importance of Cook Inlet Oil and Gas to. The GMT1 site is located about 17 miles west of ConocoPhillips’ producing Alpine Field on State of Alaska lands. The proposed development was originally analyzed in the BLM’s Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) and is also subject to the NPR-A Integrated Activity Plan (IAP).

The BLM chose an existing projection, the Alpine Satellite Development Plan, as a starting point for developing this RFDS. The BLM updated the Plan to include information now available for GMT1 as well as a second production pad now in the permitting process (GMT2).

The developmentscenario was further updated with the. River delta in with the development of the CD-1 and CD-2 drill sites in the Alpine Satellite Development Project (ASDP). The CD-3 and CD-4 drill sites were constructed in andand CD-5 in NE NPR-A was constructed in and Readers are directed to prior reports for wildlife information from previous years for all these sites.

impact statement (SEIS) for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth Development Project in Alaska (GMT2). The Sabin Center for Climate Change this project’s study area.

As the GMT1 SEIS noted, permafrost is a dominant feature of the. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Alaska State Office, is issuing the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth (GMT) Unit Development Project, Alaska.

Pursuant to 40 CFR (c), the Supplemental. The GMT2 development would be connected by road and pipeline to the approved Greater Mooses Tooth One (GMT1) development. The Supplemental EIS is being prepared for the purpose of supplementing the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) Final EIS, dated Septemberregarding the establishment of satellite oil production pads and.

Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth (GMT) Unit Development Project BLM-Alaska released a Supplemental EIS for public comment on Febru The Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc.

(RDC) is writing in support of Alternative A, the Preferred Alternative in the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) for the Greater Mooses Tooth 2 (GMT2) project proposed by ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc., within the National.

BLM originally analyzed the proposed development in its Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP). The proposed project also is subject to the NPR-A Integrated Activity Plan (IAP), the. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the Aug. 31 edition of the Federal Registerpublished a notice of availability of the Alpine Satellite Development Plan.

Oil recovered from GMT2, like. The Alpine Satellite Development Plan proposed five satellites: Fiord, Nanuq, Lookout, Spark and Alpine West, with hints of as many as 10 additional accumulations within 30 miles of Alpine.

Fiord was developed from CD3 inNanuq from CD4 in and Qannik from an expanded CD2 pad in Alpine West was developed from CD5 in   The proposed drill site and majority of its infield roads and pipeline route are located on BLM-managed land.

The proposed CPAI project was first analyzed under the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) aimed to establish satellite oil production pads in the Alpine field and is also subject to the NPR-A Integrated Activity Plan. The GMT2 site is located eight miles southwest of GMT1 and about 20 miles southwest of CPAI’s producing Alpine Field on State of Alaska lands.

The proposed development was originally analyzed in the BLM’s Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) and is also subject to the NPR-A Integrated Activity Plan (IAP), approved in February.

In Alpine Satellite Development Plan GMT1 Development Project Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Volume 4: Appendices. Prepared by U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Anchorage, Alaska. October Moulton, L., and Pausanna, J.

Harvest rates for the Colville River Broad Whitefish. Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth One (GMT1) Development Project (BLM ).

These more recent documents address activities that followed the NRC report and also identify advances that have been made in mitigation and restoration. They also present more current evaluations of RFFAs, air quality.

Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, as a satellite of the Alpine oil field, connected to Alpine by a gravel road and pipeline via the CD-5 well pad.

Up to 30, barrels per day Production from GMT-1 is expected to peak at 25, to 30, barrels of oil per day from the upper Jurassic Alpine C sandstone. The development involves a combination of BLM.

Surveys in the Willow project area in are reported separately (Johnson et al. CPAI began producing oil on the Colville River delta in with the development of the CD-1 and CD-2 drill sites of the Alpine Satellite Development Project (ASDP). The. Michael Baker Coorporation (Baker) - The Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) Water Quality Monitoring Report presents the results of lake monitoring conducted in August for ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc.

(CPAI). This report includes monitoring results of lakes L, L, and M as well as new in-situ monitoring at lakes B   The proposed development was originally analyzed in the BLM’s Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) and is also subject to the NPR-A Integrated Activity Plan.

GMT2 Project Manager Bureau of Land Management W. 7th Ave, Stop #13 Anchorage, AK, [email protected] Septem Re: Comments on the Notice of Intent To Prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth 2 Development Project, Alaska.

Alpine satellite development plan, final environmental impact statement by United States () 3 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Books. TV Listings. Film and TV project Alpine Satellite Development Plan and is only considering changes over the past decade.

While the GMT-1. It’s taking longer than ConocoPhillips planned to get approval for its second oil development in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, which could delay production from the project by at least a year.

The company hopes to have the $1 billion-plus Greater Mooses Tooth-2 project producing by the end of Once fully developed with 33 wells, GMT-2 is expected to generate up.

A federal agency has given key support to ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc.’s plan to develop a new oil field in Arctic Alaska. In a final supplemental environmental impact statement released on Thursday, the U.S.

Bureau of Land Management endorsed ConocoPhillips’ plan to build its Greater Mooses Tooth 2 (GMT2) project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. The. Below is the weekly list of Items of Interest to the Department of the Interior.

This list includes items appearing in the Federal Register during the week of NovemberIf you have any questions or wish to receive full-text copies of any of the items on this list, please contact Interior Library by phone at ()e-mail at [email protected], or in person or by mail at. I was the Development Geophysicist for the Alpine field satellites working on an active multidisciplinary development team to provide the seismic/geologic interpretations and operations support Title: Western North Slope Subsurface.

ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent E&P company based on production and proved reserves. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 17 countries, $90 billion of total assets, and approximat employees as of Dec.

31, Production excluding Libya averaged 1, MBOED inand proved reserves were billion BOE. Our Company ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent E&P company based on production and proved reserves. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 17 countries, $90 billion of total assets, and approximat employees as of Dec.

31, Production excluding Libya averaged 1, MBOED inand proved reserves were. 78 FRNotices, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR (DOI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Notice of Intent To Prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Alpine Satellite Development Plan for the Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth Unit Development Project, AK, ACTION: Notice of Intent.

Online Resource Book Published [St. George, Utah: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip District Office, ] Alpine satellite development plan: record of decision.

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