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1 ------ htm (see webpage) Oil in Americas's Arctive [Uploaded 071111
  1. Nitrogen oxide emissions from Prudhoe Bay oilfields were 56,427 tons in one year
  2. This exceeds all other Alaska sources combined by 20,000 tons and is twice the total emitted in Washington D.C.(2
  3. 114,00 metric tons of methane and 11 million tons of carbon are emitted each year.
  4. The oil fields have one of the largest groupings of gas turbines in the world. Ninety-eight natural gas-fired turbines were operating as of 1988
  5. Because the oil and gas industry is exempt from the toxic release inventory reporting requirements of the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986, exact information on these air pollutants is difficult to find.
2 ------ jpg alaskapipelinemap S Q
3 ------ jpg alaskamap Nat Sq
4 ------ jpg Alaska Pipeline Vu
5 ------ gif alaskamap Nat Geo
6 ------ jpg Alaska Map Nasa
7 ------ gif alaskapipelinemap300
8 ------ jpg Alaska Map Nasa71
9 ------ jpg alaskamap Nat Geo2
10 ------ jpg alaskamap Nat Geothm
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11 ------ jpg Blcsmoke Prudhoe Bay
12 ------ jpg Blcsmoke Prudhoe Bay600
13 ------ htm (see webpage) Conservation Order No. 207 [Uploaded 071111
  1. The venting or flaring of gas is prohibited except for operational necessities and for safety volumes set out in this rule
  2. A daily average volume of 1,000 MCF per day is approved for the safety flare at the Lisburne Production Center
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15 ------ htm (see webpage) Pipeline Facts Alaska [Uploaded 071111
  1. North slope oil production for all fields and pools
  2. 2000 - 344.4 million bbl.
  3. Total Cumulative, through 2000 - 12.9 billion bbl.
16 ------ gif Prudhoe Bay
17 ------ htm (see webpage) REQUIEM FOR PRUDHOE BAY [Uploaded 071111
  1. Thirty American states produce oil and every one is past its production peak. Oklahoma peaked in 1927, Texas in 1972, Colorado in 1957.
  2. Last year, the domestic production of the nation's top 20 oil producers, including Exxon, Chevron, and Texaco, went down 14% even as oil prices tripled
  3. Prudhoe Bay is dying. For the past twenty years, about one in ten gallons of gasoline you pumped into your car came from this enormous oil field on Alaska's North Slope
  4. Americans are the Oil Tribe, consuming our body weight in petroleum every seven days.
  5. A pool of oil created 225 million years ago has been pissed away in two short decades
  6. Prudhoe Bay field production reached its highest level in 1987 at 1.56 mb/d. Through Sept. 2001, production this year has been ~515,000 b/d. Production this year is running about 10% less than last year.
18 020616 htm NYT Alaska Climate Changes
  1. Alaska, No Longer So Frigid, Starts to Crack, Burn and Sag
  2. the average temperature has risen about seven degrees over the last 30 years
  3. Mean temperatures have risen by 5 degrees in summer and 10 degrees in winter since the 1970's,
  4. "Alaska is harder hit by global climate change than any place in the world,"
  5. It does not take much to find those consequences in a state with 40 percent of the nation's surface water and 63 percent of its wetlands.
  6. Throughout the Kenai, people are clearing some of the 38 million dead trees, answering the call from officials to create a "defensible space" around houses for fire protection.
  7. Other forests, farther north, appear to be sinking or drowning as melting permafrost forces water up. Alaskans have taken to calling the phenomenon "drunken trees."
19 020820 htm NYT Wild Fires3x Norm Alaska
  1. Wildfires driven by warm, dry weather in May and August, have burned more than 2 million acres (800,000 hectares) of forest in Alaska this summer, almost three times the annual average
20 021125 htm NYT Pipeline Blowup Columbia
  1. Attackers dynamited Colombia's largest oil pipeline
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21 021205 htm WashPost Oil Pipeline Columbia
  1. [Reviewed]
22 021206 htm USAToday No Winter
  1. All over Alaska, people are asking the same question: "Where's our winter?"
  2. Whittier, a town on Prince William Sound, received nearly 50 inches of rain in November — about 290% above normal, according to National Weather Service hydrologist Ben Balk.
23 021206 htm StarTrib Warm No Profits Alaska
  1. Warm weather melts snow-based profits
24 030211 htm USAToday Iditarod Change
  1. Iditarod organizers to move race restart north
  2. It would be the first time in the history of the race that the restart would not take place in Southcentral Alaska
25 030416 htm USAToday Fire Early Alaska
  1. Fire season began Tuesday — two weeks earlier than normal
  2. Already this year, 58 wildfires have burned across 714 acres throughout the state. Most ignited in March, the first time in a decades wildfires have occurred so early
  3. State law usually sets fire season from May 1 to September 30
26 040113 htm NYT Perma Thaw Oil Exploration
  1. Oil-prospecting convoys in search of new deposits are allowed to crisscross the fragile tundra only when it is snowy and solid. But over three decades, rising temperatures have cut this frozen season in half, to 100 days from 200.
  2. The oil industry says it needs 120 days a year to avoid having projects drag out expensively
  3. how variable the tundra
  4. At one test site, in the generally softer foothills, 59 drops of the weight were required to reach a foot on one attempt. Just a yard away, it took only 6 to reach the same depth.
27 040113 jpg Perma Thaw Alaska040113
28 040123 htm WSJ North Slope Drilling Alaska O K
  1. U.S. Interior Secretary Gale Norton signed off on a plan Thursday for opening most of an 8.8 million-acre swath of Alaska's North Slope to oil and gas developmen
29 040701 htm USAtoday Wild Fire112 K Acres Fairbanks A K
  1. Smoke from a 118,000 acre blaze casts an eerie glow 30 miles northeast of Fairbanks
  2. There were 60 active fires in Alaska on Wednesday, 13 of which were staffed. The rest were being monitored. So far this year, fires have burned 977,902 acres
30 040721 htm USAToday Louisiana Smoke From Alaska
  1. With heat and drought, comes forest fire. This is a satellite image of smoke from an Alaskan fire over New Orleans, Louisiana. This is further proof that CO2 plumes stay together and travel great distance
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31 040721 jpg USAToday Louisiana Smoke From Alaska040721 U S A Today
32 041018 htm WSJ Alaska May Take a Stake in Pipeline
  1. $20 billion pipeline to carry natural gas from Alaska's remote North Slope to the U.S. Midwest.
33 060112 htm WashPost Interior Department to Open Alaskan Land to Oil Drilling
  1. [Reviewed]
34 060315 htm NYT Large Oil Spill in Alaska Went Undetected for Days
  1. The largest oil spill to occur on the tundra of Alaska's North Slope has deposited up to 267,000 gallons of thick crude oil over two acres in the sprawling Prudhoe Bay production facilities, forcing cleanup crews to work in temperatures far below zero to vacuum and dig up the thick mixture of snow and oil
35 060318 htm NYT Oil Spill Raises Concerns Over Pipeline Maintenance
  1. whether BP has been properly maintaining its aging network of wells, pumps and pipelines that crisscross the tundra
36 060319 htm Time NO TITLE
  1. After a leak in Prudoe Bay, an oil giant gets a tough fix-it order from the federal government
37 060319 htm Time An Oil Pipeline in Peril?
  1. After a leak in Prudoe Bay, an oil giant gets a tough fix-it order from the federal government
38 070416 htm USAToday Lashed North East Record Storm
  1. Record storm lashes Northeast

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