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12/24/2012
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes NPR-A plan includes pipelines from Alaska's OCS US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar released an integrated activity plan and final environmental impact statement allowing for development of about 72% of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska's crude oil supply. He also affirmed that the IAP's preferred alternative would allow construction of pipelines from the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas across the NPR-A. Salazar released the IAP and final EIS Dec. 19. A notice of availability of about 75 documents is scheduled to appear in the Dec. 28 Federal Register. That will start a minimum 30-day review before Salazar issues his final decision in early 2013. He said that ...
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