Proposed Five-Year Ocs Oil and Gas Lease Sale Schedule, January 1982-December 1986; Final Supplement to the Final Environmental Statement Volume 1

Proposed Five-Year Ocs Oil and Gas Lease Sale Schedule, January 1982-December 1986; Final Supplement to the Final Environmental Statement Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1982* edition. Excerpt: ...bbl and three spills greater than 10,000 bbl. An additional ten oil spills greater than 1,000 bbl and six spills greater than 10,000 bbl are expected to result from tankering of imported crude oil. An unknown number of oil spills could occur from development in state tidelands. A total of about 15 oil spills greater than 1,000 bbl are expected; however, it is unlikely that multiple spills would occur in the same area. The cumulative impact of these spills on socioeconomic factors is expected to cause a low level of local impacts. Approximately 150-300 acres of land will be required with all federal OCS resources developed. An unknown amount of land could be used to support oil/gas development in state waters. Commercial and residential construction within coastal areas also could impact socioeconomic factors. The overall cumulative impact of this construction and ancillary activities is expected to result in a low level of impacts on socioeconomic factors. The proposal contributes less than 13 percent of oil spills greater than 1,000 bbl, less than 11 percent of oil spills greater than 10,000 bbl, and less than 40 percent of land use. Since the nonOCS-related impacts probably have a greater impact on socioeconomic factors, the contribution of the proposal to cumulative impacts is very low, whether all resources offshore the South Atlantic are leased and developed or only the resources described for Alternative 1-1 are developed. 3) Impacts on Other Management Plans Coastal Zone Management: All of the South Atlantic states, except Georgia, have approved CZM (306) programs which review OCS exploration and development plans as well as certain pre-lease activities to ascertain whether federally licensed or permitted activities covered in the...show more

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  • Paperback | 278 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 499g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236856643
  • 9781236856647