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Key Publications

Application   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
13 p. : ill., figure ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 1
Cover title.
ASTIS record 9266.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

The application by Arctic Pilot Project Inc. for a licence under Part VI of the National Energy Board Act for the production and exportation of gas from Canada to the United States is presented in full. (ASTIS)

Gas supply and markets   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : figures, maps, tables ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 2
Cover title.
ASTIS record 9267.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

Volume 2 outlines production forecasts for the Melville Island gas reserves, the markets other than Canadian this project could serve, export licence considerations, and legal agreements of the Arctic Pilot Project. (ASTIS)

Facilities   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : ill., figures (some folded) ; 29 cm + 1 folded figure in pocket.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 3
Cover title.
References.
ASTIS record 9268.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

Volume III presents a technical description of the different physical facilities that will comprise the Arctic Pilot Project. The project will obtain gas from a gathering system and field processing facility at Drake Point; these facilities will be the subject of a separate application to the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development by Panarctic Oils Limited, the developer of this gas field. ... (Au)

Economics   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : tables ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 4
Cover title.
ASTIS record 9269.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

The capital investment required for the Arctic Pilot Project has been developed for three basic components. These are defined as follows: (a) transportation of the feed gas from the Drake Point Field processing facility boundary through a buried pipeline across Melville Island (b) liquefaction of the gas, LNG storage, and loading facilities at Bridport Inlet (c) transportation of the LNG by icebreaking carriers to southern markets. The cost of each of these components ... with Project Administration costs [is] shown .... (Au)

Public interest   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary, Alta. : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : ill., figures (some folded), tables ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 5
Cover title.
References.
Contents: Pt. A. Project overview. - Pt. B. Socio-economic statement. - Pt. C. Environmental statement. - Pt. D. Safety statement.
ASTIS record 9270.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

Volume 5 contains an assessment of the regional socio-economic and environmental impacts likely to be experienced as a result of the construction of a natural gas pipeline and as a result of the transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by icebreaking carriers to a terminal at Gros Cacouna in Quebec. The socio-economic impact statement deals primarily with the communities and regions of the Northwest Territories and the Province of Quebec in which the most significant short- and long-term impacts are likely to be felt. ... The potential environmental impacts are divided into four broad divisions: atmospheric environment, terrestrial environment, freshwater environment and marine environment. The final section of this volume deals with the issue of public safety addressing such areas as: properties of LNG, LNG carrier safety features, navigation safety, an analysis of cargo release potential of LNG carriers and at the liquefaction terminal, Bridport terminal safety features, and assessment of public risk. [Focuses on the four High Arctic communities of Resolute, Grise Fiord, Arctic Bay and Pond Inlet, chosen because of their proximity to the Bridport Inlet terminal site and shipping corridor.] (ASTIS)

Canadian economic benefits   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : figures, tables ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 6
Cover title.
Appendices.
ASTIS record 9271.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

On behalf of the research sponsors Foster Research was asked to undertake an economic impact and cost benefit analysis of the Arctic Pilot Project, showing the estimated net benefits to Canada from exporting Melville Island gas (Part A). Part B and C respectively present overall benefit to Canadian industry and research and development programs. (ASTIS)

Melford Point alternative   /   Arctic Pilot Project (Canada)
[Calgary : Petro-Canada, 1981].
1 v. (various pagings) : ill., figures (some folded), tables ; 29 cm.
In: Arctic Pilot Project, v. 7
Cover title.
ASTIS record 9272.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU

This volume is being filed as a supplement to the original six volumes of the Arctic Pilot Project Application ... This volume does not "stand alone", but must be reviewed in conjunction with the original six volumes. The material contained herein is site specific to a southern terminal location at Melford Point, Nova Scotia and parallels the material contained in the original filing, which is site specific to the Gros Cacouna, Quebec location. Therefore, only those portions of the original Application that would change as a result of routing of the LNG carriers to Melford Point, Nova Scotia are included in this volume. The parts of the original six volumes which change as a result of a ship routing to Melford Point, and are therefore dealt with in this filing are: Volume III - Part D: Marine Transportation, Volume IV - Part C: Economic Feasibility, Volume IV - Part B: Socio-Economic Statement, Volume V - Part C: Environmental Statement, Volume V - Part D: Safety Statement, Volume VI - Part A: Benefit - Cost Analysis, [Chapters 3 and 4, of the Benefit-Cost Analysis Section, present information on employment]. (Au)

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