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Socioeconomic impacts of outer continental shelf oil and gas development

Malka L. Pattison

Socioeconomic impacts of outer continental shelf oil and gas development

a bibliography

by Malka L. Pattison

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum in submerged lands -- Bibliography.,
  • Natural gas in submerged lands -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Malka L. Pattison.
    SeriesResource and land investigations, Geological Survey circular ; 761, Geological Survey circular ;, 761.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE75 .C5 no. 761, Z6972 .C5 no. 761, TN871.3 .C5 no. 761
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 63 p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4693504M
    LC Control Number77608151

    Austin, D., K. Coelho, A. Gardner, R. Higgins, and T. McGuire. Social and economic impacts of Outer Continental Shelf Activities on Individuals and Families. Volume 1: Final Report. Prepared by the University of Arizona, Bureau of Applied Research in was created to manage and regulate oil and gas exploration and development there. This. A detailed tax analysis of offshore oil and gas development is beyond the scope of this supplement. However, state, local and federal tax receipts can be estimated using historical relationships between spending by industry sector and government revenue. State tax impacts were calculated using the IMPLAN (Economic Impact Analysis for.

    WHEREAS, Consistent with the principles of Section 18 and the resulting regionally tailored leasing strategy, the current exclusion of the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf from new oil and gas development is consistent with the long-standing interests of Pacific Coast states, as framed in the West Coast Governors’ Agreement on Ocean Health adopted by the Governors of California. Availability of the Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Proposed Final Program Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement The implementation of the Program could have economic, social, or environmental impacts.

    The Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) holds an estimated billion barrels of oil that was previously off limits under the federal offshore drilling moratorium. To put that into perspective, consider that the US consumes over billion barrels of oil per year.   Economic Sanctions & Foreign Assets Control. Outer Continental Shelf, Oil and Gas Leasing Program. and cumulative impacts of possible outer continental shelf oil and gas activities that could result from lease sales proposed under the Program.


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Socioeconomic Impacts of Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Development A Bibliography By Malka Pattison INTRODUCTION In the Resource and Land Investigations (RALI) Program entered into an agreement with the New England River Basins Commission (NERBC) to develop and apply a methodology for siting onshore facilities associatedAuthor: Malka L.

Pattison. Socioeconomic impacts of outer continental shelf oil and gas development: a bibliography (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Malka L Pattison. Socioeconomic impacts of outer continental shelf oil and gas development: a bibliography (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Malka L Pattison; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Any analysis that examines the economic impacts of outer continental shelf (OCS) oil and gas activity in the South Atlantic must consider the value of the region’s existing ocean economy.

The coastal communities in this region are well known for industries such as tourism, recreation, and commercial fishing, and it is important. BOEM’s Assessment of Undiscovered Technically Recoverable Oil and Gas Resources of the Nation’s Outer Continental Shelf estimates that the Gulf of Mexico OCS holds approximately billion barrels of oil and approximately trillion cubic feet of natural gas which AAF estimates equates to $ trillion at today’s price of oil and just under $ billion using todays price of natural gas.

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Inventory and evaluation of Washington and Oregon coastal recreation resources}, author = {Ellis, G.M. and Johnson, N.S. and Chapman, D.}, abstractNote = {The purpose of the three-part study was to assist Materials.

Free Online Library: Outer continental shelf moratoria on oil and gas development.(Report) by "Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs"; Government Continental shelf Laws, regulations and rules Continental shelves Energy policy Economic aspects Environmental aspects International aspects Oil and gas exploration Oil and gas.

information on incentives for OCS oil and gas development, see CRS Report RS, Oil Development on Federal Lands and the Outer Continental Shelf, by Marc Humphries.

10 Global demand for oil and gas and global prices impact the economic feasibility of OCS development. Outer Continental Shelf Moratoria on Oil and Gas Development Congressional Research Service Summary Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) moratoria provisions, enacted as part of the Department of the Interior appropriations over the last 26 years, prohibited federal spending on oil and gas development in certain locations and for certain activities.

This represents the first disbursement under Phase II of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of (GOMESA). The funds are derived from qualified oil and gas leasing revenues on the Outer Continental Shelf, and disbursed in accordance with the revenue-sharing provisions of the GOMESA legislation.

Read More Oil and Gas Energy. Environment. Our goals are to be good stewards and protect the environment while overseeing the development of Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) energy and marine mineral resources. Read More Environment.

Vineyard Wind SEIS Virtual Meetings. Outer Continental Shelf Moratoria on Oil and Gas Development Congressional Research Service 1 oratoria, as a policy option, play a key role in the administration of the nation’s ocean energy programs.

In the aftermath of the ApDeepwater Horizon explosion. WASHINGTON, DC – As part of President Obama's all-of-the-above energy strategy to continue to expand safe and responsible domestic energy production, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Director Abigail Ross Hopper today announced the next step in the development of the nation's Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas.

to new leasing in the Federal Outer Continental Shelf. For the purpose of this report, a “No Leasing Scenario” was developed to provide a comparison of activity levels (project executions, spending, oil and natural gas production), economic impacts, and government revenues to the Base Case Scenario.

This. Outer Continental Shelf, Western, Central, and Eastern Gulf of Mexico, Oil and Gas Lease Sales for Years A Notice by the Ocean Energy Management Bureau on 12/26/ Document Details.

Outer Continental Shelf Drilling IMPACTS TO AIR, WATER, WILDLIFE, COASTAL ECONOMIES AND CLIMATE For the latest updates, visit There are over offshore oil and gas platforms in the United States and o miles of pipelines in the areas of the Gulf of Mexico already open to drilling.

These major. The PEIS examines the potential environmental impacts from oil and gas exploration and development on the outer continental shelf (OCS) and considers a reasonable range of alternatives to the proposed plan. Sincenine distinct five-year programs and a revised version of one program have been submitted to Congress.

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, “Request for Information and Comments on the Preparation of the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program MAA,” Federal. Benefits of Opening the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) to Offshore Development.

InAPI commissioned a series of regional economic studies by Calash and Northern Economics to provide independent evaluations of the potential impacts of the development of America’s offshore oil and natural gas resources in the OCS, if the current restrictions were lifted.

Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act and the Coastal Zone Management Act. Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling: An Overview 13 Though the Department of Interior seeks to expand both offshore oil and natural gas production, see U.S. DEP’T INTERIOR, supra note 1, this paper focuses on OCS lease sales for offshore oil development.

Oil and Gas and Sulphur Operations in the Outer Continental Shelf – Blowout Preventer Systems and Well Control. Regulatory Impact Analysis. RIN: AA FINAL RULE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement. 30 CFR Part Ap   Draft Proposed National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program issued As a result of the serious environmental and economic impacts of oil spills, the in and subsequently designated the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary inwhich prohibited leasing and development for oil and gas.This report, Update 2, discusses Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas activities and their onshore impacts for the period of February to August This report is designed to supplement the initial South Atlantic Summary Report, Julyand Update 1, February