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Planning, Pipeline, Tar Sands, Alberta, Economics, Tarsands, Oilsands, Rights-of-way, Environmental Impact Assessment, Oil Sands

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Subject-Keyword: Planning Pipeline Tar Sands Alberta Economics Tarsands Oilsands Rights-of-way Environmental Impact Assessment Oil Sands

Type of item: Report

Language: English

Place: Canada, Alberta, Fort McMurray

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Description: Contains the following chapters: Existing Facilities Location of Transportation Facilities Pipeline and Powerline Impact Rural Agricultural Area The Environmental Impact Analysis Corridor Cross-Section Cost Analysis Inter-Party Responsibilities in Utility Corridor

Date created: 1973

DOI: doi:10.7939-R3222R82K

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Rights: This material is provided under educational reproduction permissions included in Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development's Copyright and Disclosure Statement, see terms at http:-www.environment.alberta.ca-copyright.html. This Statement requires the following identification: \The source of the materials is Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development http:-www.environment.gov.ab.ca-. The use of these materials by the end user is done without any affiliation with or endorsement by the Government of Alberta. Reliance upon the end user's use of these materials is at the risk of the end user.





Autor: Stewart Weir Stewart Watson and Heinrichs

Fuente: https://era.library.ualberta.ca/


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Athabasca Tar Sands Corridor Study rt McMurray Volume 6 Appendix Environment and Enginering powerline - pipeline - highway - rai Iway prepared for All:rlra by stewart weir stewart watson & heinrichs ENVIRONMENT december, 1973 edmonton, alberta ATHABASCA TAR SANDS CORR IDOR STUDY VOLUME 6 - APPENDIX ENVIRONMENT & ENGINEERING POWERLINE-PIPELINE-HIGHWAY-RAILWAY Prepared for: By: AI berta Environment The Honorable Wi I I i am Yurko Stewart Weir Stewart Watson & Heinrichs December, 1973 Edmonton, Alberta TABLE OF CONTENTS page CHAPTER I - EXISTING FACILITIES POWER TRANSMISSION LINES PiPELINES 2 HIGHWAYS 4 RAILWAYS 9 NORTHERN TRANSPORTATiON COMPANY LTD. 13 EDMONTON TERMINAL FACILITIES 14 LAND CAPABILITY ANALYSIS OF EXISTING FACILITIES 19 CHAPTER 2 - LOCATION OF TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES 28 MATRIX - PHYSICAL LOCATION CONTROL PARAMETERS 30 POWER TRANSMISSION LINE LOCATION 32 PIPELINE LOCATION 34 HIGHWAY LOCATION 38 RAILWAY LOCATION 41 CHAPTER 3 - PIPELINE AND POWERLINE IMPACT RURAL AGRICULTURAL AREA 44 CONCLUSIONS 45 STATISTICAL SUMMARY TO FARM RESIDENT QUESTIONNAIRE 46 ATHABASCA TAR SANDS TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR STUDY FARM RESIDENTS QUESTIONNAIRE 52 - i - page CHAPTER 4 - THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS 68 POWERLINE ACTIVITIES 69 PIPELINE ACTIVITIES 70 HIGHWAY ACTIVITIES 72 RAILWAY ACTIVITIES 74 THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT COMPARISON MATRIX FOR POWERLINES, PIPELINES, HIGHWAYS, RAILWAYS - EXPLANATION OF TERMS - A.
CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES - B.
THE FACiLITIES - C.
THE OPERATION - THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT COMPARISON MATRIX FOR POWERLiNES, PIPELINES, HIGHWAYS, RAILWAYS 76 76 77 83 85 88 DISCUSSION OF THE COMPLETED MATRIX 89 CONCLUS IONS 92 AREAS OF SENSITIVITY 93 CHAPTER 5 - CORRIDOR CROSS-SECTION CORRIDOR ALTERNATIVES TYPICAL CROSS-SECTIONS CHAPTER 6 - COST ANALYSIS 96 99 107 TRANSMISSION LINE COSTS 108 P IPEL! NE COSTS 112 HIGHWAY COSTS 124 RAILWAY COSTS 128 - ii - page CHAPTER 7 - IN...





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