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OIL AND NATURAL GAS PIPELINE RIGHTS-OF-WAY

Part II

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

OF THE

SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS Ut Ürglis

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS,

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

ON

H.R. 9130

TO AMEND SECTION 28 OF THE MINERAL LEASING ACT OF 1920, AND TO AUTHORIZE A TRANS-ALASKA OIL AND GAS

PIPELINE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

HEARINGS HELD IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

MAY 17, 21, 22, AND 29; JUNE 7, 1973

Serial No. 93–12

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Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

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COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

JAMÉS A. HÁLDY; Florida, Chairman ROY A. TAYLOR, North Carolina

JOHN P. SAYLOR, Pennsylvania, Ranking HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California

Minority Member MORRIS K. UDÁLL, Arizona

CRAIG HOSMER, California PHILLIP BURTON, California

JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas THOMAS S. FOLEY, Washington

SAM STEIGER, Arizona ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin DON H. CLAUSEN, California JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan PATSY T. MINK, Hawali

JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP, Oklahoma LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

MANUEL LUJAN, JR., New Mexico ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR., Texas

JOHN DELLENBACK, Oregon ROBERT G. STEPHENS, JR., Georgia

KEITH G. SEBELIUS, Kansas JOSEPH P. VIGORITO, Pennsylvania

RALPH S. REGULA, Ohio JOHN MELCHER, Montana

ALAN STEELMAN, Texas TENO RONCALIO, Wyoming

DAVID TOWELL, Nevada JONATHAN B. BINGHAM, New York

JAMES G. MARTIN, North Carolina JOHN F. SEIBERLING, Ohio

WILLIAM M. KETCHUM, California
HAROLD RUNNELS, New Mexico

PAUL W. CRONIN, Massachusetts
YVONNE BRATHWAITE BURKE, California DON YOUNG, Alaska
ANTONIO BORJA WON PAT, Guam
WAYNE OWENS, Utah
RON DE LUGO, Virgin Islands
JAMES R. JONES, Oklahoma

SIDNEY L. MCFARLAND, Staff Director and Chief Clerk

LEWIS A. SIGLER, Counsel WILLIAM L. SHAFER, Professional staff Consultant on Mines, Minerals, and Public Lands

CHARLES LEPPERT, JR., Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS

JOHN MELCHER, Chairman HAROLD T. JOHNSON

SAM STEIGER MORRIS K. UDALL

JOHN P. SAYLOR PHILLIP BURTON

DON H. CLAUSEN HAROLD RUNNELS

JOHN DELLENBACK ANTONIO BORJA WON PAT

RALPH S. REGULA WAYNE OWENS

DAVID TOWELL

DON YOUNG, Alaska
BOB HUNT, Consultant on Public Lands
JAMES ROCK, Minority Staff Consultant

NOTE.-The chairman of the full committee is an ex officio voting member of this subcommittee. The first listed minority member 18 counterpart to the subcommittee chairman

(II)

CONTENTS

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Hearings held:

May 17, 1973

May 21, 1973.

May 22, 1973-

May 29, 1973.

June 7, 1973.

Text of:

H.R. 7851...

Statements:

AFL-CIO executive council....
Alderson, George, legislative director, Friends of the Earth...

Bagge, Carl E., president, National Coal Association (plus attach-

ment).

"Toward Responsible Energy Policies," a joint energy policy

statement of the American Gas Association; American petro-

leum Institute; Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.; Edison Electric

Institute; and National Coal Association.

Brandborg, Stewart M., executive director, the Wilderness Society--

Cicchetti, Charles, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin

(plus attachment)

Additional statement.

Appendix A.—Recent Japanese versus New York prices (table).

The trans-Alaska pipeline: A benefit cost analysis of alternatives--

Arctic oil routes, orientation map.

Table 1.—Total cost per barrel to Los Angeles from the

North Slope via American flag ships and the trans-Alaska

pipeline

Table 2.—Total cost per barrel from the North Slope via a

Mackenzie Valley crude oil pipeline to Edmonton and then

to Chicago (MVP).

Table 3.-Summary comparison of trans-Alaska pipeline to

Los Angeles and Mackenzie Valley pipeline to Chicago

using a 10-percent discount rate...

Table 4.-Benefit-cost ratios (conservative prices) for trans-

Canadian alternatives to Chicago and trans-Alaska pipe-

line to Los Angeles at a 10-percent discount rate.

Table 5.-Net benefit estimates for the three principal pipe-

line alternatives using a 10-percent discount rate and

average capital costs..

Table 6.-Net revenue effects of an import for export pro-

gram.

Table 7.-North Slope oil to the east coast by tanker from

Valdez..

Table 8.-Approximate tanker tariffs--

Table 9. -Projected production throughput schedule...

Table 10.–1971 crude oil prices in various markets.

Action Popping on U.S. "Oil Price Front; and U.S. Crude

Prices Move Another 20–24 cents, articles submitted by

Mr. Cicchetti.

Curry, Robert R., associate professor, environmental geology, Uni-

versity of Montana.

Dienelt, John F., staff counsel on behalf of the Wilderness Society,

Environmental Defense Fund, Inc., and Friends of the Earth.

Eich, William, chairman, Wisconsin Public Service Commission.

Evans, Brock, Washington, respresentative, the Sierra Club --

Fosco, Peter, general president, Laborers' International Union of

North America, AFL-CIO.

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