Expiration date: 10/30/2014
ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. (CPAI) stated purpose is to construct a road-accessible drill site, associated pipelines, and ancillary facilities to safely develop, produce, and transport hydrocarbons from the Greater Mooses Tooth Unit (GMTU) to the existing Alpine Central Processing Facility (ACF) and eventually to market at a reasonable rate of financial return. The project would produce 3-phase hydrocarbons (oil, gas, and water) which would be carried by pipeline to the ACF for processing. Sale quality crude oil produced at the ACF would be transported via the existing Alpine Sales Oil Pipeline and Kuparuk Pipeline to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) for shipment to market. CPAI proposes the placement of 628,050 cubic yards (cy) of clean fill material into 72.7 acres of waters of the U.S., including wetlands (see Table 1 below), to construct: A 7.7 mile-long access road (59.2 acres), including bridges and abutments (no fill material would be placed below the ordinary high water mark of the two bridged creek/river crossings); An 11.8-acre drill pad with 33-well capacity at Greater Mooses Tooth 1 (GMT1); Placement of fill in 0.1 acre of wetlands to support vertical support members (VSMs) for pipelines (8.4 miles of pipelines from GMT1 to CD5 (Colville River Delta-5), 3.3 miles of pipeline from CD4N (Colville River Delta-4 North) to ACF, and 6.1 miles of pipeline from CD4N to CD5); A 0.35 acre fill area to support the west manual pipeline valve pad; and, A 0.35 acre fill area to support the east manual pipeline valve pad. 3 Vehicle Pullout Pads for safety and subsistence activity access. Please contact Mr. Harry A. Baij Jr. by e-mail message at email@example.com, direct telephone line at 907-753-2784, toll free from within Alaska at 800-478-2712, or by fax at 907-753-5567 if you have questions or need further information concerning this public notice.