3 edition of Environmental impact of the offshore oil and gas industry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stanislav Patin ; translated from Russian by Elena Cascio.|
|LC Classifications||QH545.O38 P38 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 425 p. :|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||99073791|
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Specifically, multi-disciplinary perspectives are given, addressing worldwide advances in studies, control, and prevention of the industry's impact on the marine environment and its living resources.
The purpose of the book was to contribute to the debate by analysing and summarising the available data and information on the environmental effects of offshore oil and gas development elsewhere in the world in an attempt to learn from previous experience and avoid damage to valuable fishery resources.
The author considers the main impact factors of the offshore activity and outlines conditions providing the balance of interests for the oil industry and fisheries. Special attention is given to the ecotoxicological and biogeochemical characteristics of oil and gas hydrocarbons in the marine environment.
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Environmental Impacts of the Oil and Gas Industries. the sensitivity of exploration activities including the definition of ‘no go’ times or conditions. Drilling. During drilling, a drilling mud is continuously circulated between the well and the platform through a ‘riser pipe’.
Mud is used to maintain well pressure and wall stability, to cool and lubricate the drill bit and to carry the rock chips (cuttings) generated during the drilling process. Environmental Impacts Of The Offshore Oil And Gas Industry By Nii Kojo Mensah LISTEN Practically all stages and operations of offshore hydrocarbon production are accompanied by undesirable discharges of liquid,solid and gaseous wastes.
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The petroleum industry must minimize the environmental impact of its various operations. This extensively researched book assembles a tremendous amount of practical information to help reduce and control the environmental consequences of producing.
Offshore oil and gas production is more challenging than land-based installations due to the remote and harsher environment and a large part of the innovation in the offshore petroleum and gas exploration and recovery (production) sector concerns overcoming these challenges, including the need to provide very large production facilities.
Valuable areas under threat In many cases, oil and gas exploration and drilling is permitted in or near Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). WWF believes that the threat posed by oil developments - and the oil and gas industry's track record in often failing to protect the environment adequately - makes such developments too big a risk to be allowed near or in MPAs.Environmental Impacts The environmental impacts of the oil and gas exploration activities are enormous and cannot be overlooked.
These impacts tends to affect the ecosystem in the coastal regions in Ghana. To begin with, burning of natural gas, employed to dispose of associated gas is connected with crude oil Size: KB.Introduction This note provides highlights from a one-day CSIS workshop held Apwith government, state regulators, industry, and policy experts exploring ongoing efforts to minimize and manage upstream environmental, health, safety, and societal risks associated with U.S.
onshore oil and gas production.