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Mackenzie Gas Project updated project overview maps, February 2006   /   ColtKBR   Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Limited [Sponsor]
[Calgary, Alta. : Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Limited], 2006.
[31] leaves : all maps ; 79 cm.
Cover title.
Contents: Map 1 of 31, Richards Island - Map 2 of 31, North Storm Hills - Map 3 of 31, Parsons Lake - Map 4 of 31, Noell Lake - Map 5 of 31 Inuvik Area Facility - Map 6 of 31, Fish Trap Lake - Map 7 of 31, Travaillant Lake - Map 8 of 31, Thunder River - Map 9 of 31, Little Chicago - Map 10 of 31, Tieda River - Map 11 of 31, Loon River - Map 12 of 31, Fort Good Hope - Map 13 of 31, Chick Lake - Map 14 of 31, Oscar Creek - Map 15 of 31, Norman Wells - Map 16 of 31, Tulita West - Map 17 of 31, Tulita - Map 18 of 31, Big Smith Creek - Map 19 of 31, Little Smith Creek - Map 20 of 31, Blackwater River - Map 21 of 31, White Sand Creek - Map 22 of 31, Ochre River - Map 23 of 31, River Between Two Mountains - Map 24 of 31, Willowlake River - Map 25 of 31, Camsell Bend - Map 26 of 31, Trail River - Map 27 of 31, Fort Simpson - Map 28 of 31, Jean Marie Creek - Map 29 of 31, Trout River - Map 30 of 31, Trainor Lake - Map 31 of 31, NWT-Alberta Boundary.
All 1:50,000 maps.
Every map sheet dated: 06 02 13 (13 February 2006).
Also available as 32 PDF files on a CD-ROM entitled "Mackenzie Gas Project updated project overview maps, February 2006".
ASTIS record 58504.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

Each map sheet shows the proposed route of the pipelines superimposed on a photomosiac. The locations of pipeline route markers and block valves are indicated, as are the related gas well pads, remote sumps, flowlines, gas conditioning facilities, infrastructure sites, initial facility sites, and potential future facility sites. Other components in the mapped region (i.e., river crossings, lakes, Mackenzie Highway, exisiting all-weather and winter roads, proposed all-weather and winter roads, Canadian National Telegraph trail, communities, municipal boundaries, district boundaries, regional boundaries, water sources, borrow sites, Inuvialuit private lands, Gwich'in private lands, Sahtu private lands, candidate protected areas, subsurface land withdrawal, surface and subsurface land withdrawal, and the Deh Cho corridor) are identified in the legend or by labels on the photomosaic. (ASTIS)

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