Proposed Diapir Field lease offering, June 1984: final environmental impact statement, Nide 1

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Sivu K-31 - That henceforth it shall be the policy of the United States to protect and preserve for American Indians their inherent right of freedom to believe, express, and exercise the traditional religions of the American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, and Native Hawaiians, including but not limited to access to sites, use and possession of sacred objects, and the freedom to worship through ceremonials and traditional rites.
Sivu K-72 - Canmar' s exploratory programme the worst accident that could occur would be a blowout from the seabed, eg by uncontrollable pressure or by the drillship being pushed off station by ice, at the end of the open water drilling season (October). A relief well could not then be drilled until the following summer (July) since the present Canmar fleet is unable to operate in winter ice. Therefore a year's continuous release would occur, involving up to a million barrels of oil.
Sivu D-4 - Activities Cumulative effects are considered to be the direct and Indirect effects of actions that are interrelated or interdependent with the action under consideration. Indirect effects of the action under consideration are those that are caused by the activity and are later in time or farther removed in distance, such as the progression from leasing OCS tracts, to exploration and ultimate development/production of the hydrocarbon resources. Other actions...
Sivu K-72 - Therefore a year's continuous release would occur, involving up to a million barrels of oil. In this paper we describe the ice conditions in the southern Beaufort Sea and review the studies that have been carried out of oil-ice interactions. Applying the results to a Beaufort Sea blowout, we estimate the likely physical effects and the disposition of the oil after a winter.
Sivu K-30 - ... which could determine the quantity or quality of oil that might eventually come in contact with targets. An implicit analysis of weathering and...
Sivu K-31 - Amendment if it imposes a burden on the free exercise of religion, unless the government establishes an interest "of the highest order...
Sivu K-72 - .pilK and blowouts m open water are a familiar experience, but the presence of an ice cover lends a unique character to Arctic oil pollution incidents. During Canmar's ex•МогаЧогу "programme the worst tcci" eni thai could occur would be a blowout from the seabed, e g.
Sivu D-4 - ... Indirect effects of the action under consideration are those that are caused by the activity and are later in time or farther removed in distance, such as the progression from leasing OCS tracts, to exploration and ultimate development/production of the hydrocarbon resources. Other actions will be considered interrelated with the action if they are all part of a larger action, and other actions will be considered interdependent if they do not have significant independent utility apart from the...
Sivu K-72 - ... the random motion of the ice results in a given piece of ice tracing out a been lions. Appl>mg ihe resulli to a Beaufort Sea blowout, we estimate the likely physical effects and the disposition of the oil afier a wmler. Spa...
Sivu K-31 - In these circumstances, the First Amendment to the US Constitution, the American Indian Religious Freedom Act, the OCSLA and the Secretary...

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