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Potential Interactions Between Pipelines and Terrain in A Northern Environment.

Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate.

Potential Interactions Between Pipelines and Terrain in A Northern Environment.

by Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesIWD technical bulletin -- 114, Canada Nhri Paper -- 8
ContributionsVan Everdingen, R.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21892051M

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@article{osti_, title = {Rainfall-ground movement modelling for natural gas pipelines through landslide terrain}, author = {O`Neil, G D and Simmonds, G R and Grivas, D A and Schultz, B C}, abstractNote = {Perhaps the greatest challenge to geotechnical engineers is to maintain the integrity of pipelines at river crossings where landslide terrain dominates the approach slopes. Pipeline infrastructure is a particularly sensitive and unique energy transport mode. Pipelines carry gas, biofuels and liquid petroleum throughout the United States (U.S. Department of Transportation, ). These pipelines stretch beneath sensitive ecological areas, lakes, rivers .

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Potential Interactions Between Pipelines and Terrain in A Northern Environment by Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Potential interactions between pipelines and terrain in a northern environment. [R O Van Everdingen; National Hydrology Research Institute (Canada); Canada.

Inland Waters Directorate.] -- Tabulation of possible interactions and effects between pipelines and the terrain they cross in a northern environment. Currently, research is being undertaken with the assistance of the Australian Research Council in Walkley Heights, a northern suburb of Adelaide (Vorwerk et al., ).The primary aim of this 3-year project is to uncover ground movement patterns within an urban environment with expansive clays through.

observations of ground movement in a suburban environment and distortion of asphalt roads. Q: In this age-old battle between business and the environment, should Canada build pipelines or curb emissions.

Can Canada do both. KH: We can do more to curb emissions at home – we have to. It’s a matter of economic, environmental, and social survival.

In the long term pipelines seem at odds with this need. Can we have both. As oil exporters seek modes of transporting fossil fuels from the oil sands in northern Alberta to international markets, one pipeline company is proposing a project that would approximately treble the existing capacity of an oil pipeline from Alberta to marine terminals in the Metro Vancouver area; oil tanker traffic is expected to increase Cited by: The routing of pipelines is mostly indifferent to terrain, although environmental concerns frequently delay approval for construction.

In arctic/sub-arctic areas pipes cannot be buried because of permafrost, the impacts on migratory wild-life may be severe, and be sufficient to deny approval, as was the case of the proposed McKenzie Valley. Students will analyze a real-world environmental case of building an oil pipeline through British Columbia.

They will explore the geographical, cultural, and environmental context of building the pipeline, identify the stakeholders and their role and impact, and map out the intended and unintended consequences of the decision they make.

Mainline pipes generally fall between 16 and 48 inches in diameter, and the lateral pipelines that deliver the gas to and from the mainline range between six and 16 inches in diameter. A total of 1, miles of pipeline carries natural gas around the country as of. Minimizing the impact during construction.

During construction, pipeline operators use a variety of methods to reduce impacts to vegetation. This can include directionally drilling under rivers, avoiding sensitive areas and restricting activities to times when the area is the least vulnerable.

In addition to protecting the native plants, pipeline companies make every effort possible to avoid. because of terrain or soil conditions. The permanent right-of-way usually ranges from 25 to 50 feet wide, but this may vary because it is negotiated with each property owner on the basis of each pipeline company’s internal policies, type of pipeline, regulatory requirements, and the needs and demands of each property owner.

Abstract. Seabed soil-pipe interaction affects various aspects of subsea pipeline and risers during installation and operation. An interaction model of the contact between the pipeline and seabed are often referred to as a pipe-soil interaction interaction between pipe and seabed is one of the most important factors in the thermal-mechanical analysis of pipeline, which is usually.

Environmental Earth Sciences is an international multidisciplinary journal concerned with innovative approaches and significant aspects of interaction between humans, natural resources or unique geographic zones, with emphasis on the solid earth.

In pursuit of these topics, the geoscientific community is invited to contribute their knowledge and experience. Short Title. 1 These terms and conditions may be cited as the Northern Pipeline Socio-Economic and Environmental Terms and Conditions for Northern British Columbia.

Interpretation. 2 (1) In these terms and conditions. Act. Act means the Northern Pipeline Act; (Loi). agricultural land. agricultural land means any land that is (a) cleared and used for pasture.

The Regulatory Environment Impacts Pipeline Development • Differences between the regulation of natural gas pipelines and liquids pipelines will impact the pace at which natural gas and liquids pipelines are developed • Differences include: – Approval process for new projects – Eminent domain.

This volume is a compilation of studies on interactions of land-cover/land-use change with climate in a region where the climate warming is most pronounced compared to other areas of the globe.

The climate warming in the far North, and in the Arctic region of Northern Eurasia in particular, affects. northern part of the route between the Mackenzie Delta and somewhere around Fort Good Hope, borehole data indicate that over 95 % of the terrain is frozen.

There is a, rather marked decrease in the percentage of frozen terrain as evidenced by borehole logs to the south of this point. The next two zones, 3 and 6N exhibit % frozen terrain.

The overall environmental impacts of SRM approaches are not well characterized, and all proposals have the potential for unintended negative consequences. For example, approaches that are intended to offset globally averaged warming may still lead to local- or regional-scale imbalances in climate forcing that could produce large regional changes.

Water pollution is a serious problem in Russia, and 75% of surface water, and 50% of all water in Russia is now polluted. This has caused health issues in many cities as well as in the countryside, as only 8% of wastewater is fully treated before being returned to waterways.

Obsolete and inefficient water treatment facilities, as well as a lack of funding, have caused heavy pollution, and has. Due to highly uneven sea bed terrain, the pipelines can be said to rest on mountains with possible free spans ranging between m [] [81].

the potential for post-lay pipeline assessment. Both pipelines in the end have the same overall effects on the environment, a pipeline is a pipeline no matter how different they may look, they can still cause the exact same amount of damage as each other if not more.

The main point of the protests has been to stop pipeline production entirely for the better of the environment and to respect. environmental problem with the Alaskan Pipeline is the potential for oil spills. The Exxon Valdez oil spill in is the most well-known pipeline disaster.

The oil tanker ran into a reef in Prince William Sound and spilled overbarrels of oil. This single accident accounts for over 75% of all oil spilled by the pipeline. tems and of their environmental impacts provided information which indicates to the author that one corridor containing both 1 oil and gas pipelines would have less environmental impact than would separate corridors.

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I thought he might be a great potential formal date, but I heard he'd already asked another girl to go with him. I just think it would be easier if everyone still looking for a date to their formal just wore a nameplate reading "potential formal date.The longest gas pipeline links Alberta to Sarnia (Canada), which is 2, km in length.

The longest oil pipeline is the Transiberian, extending over 9, km from the Russian arctic oilfields in eastern Siberia to Western Europe. Physical constraints are low and include the .