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Enefit's Utah Oil Shale Project near the White River: An Environmental Impact Statement

October 18, 2013
by John Weisheit

Under the proposal, Enefit American Oil would
construct 19 miles of water supply pipeline, 8 miles
of natural gas supply pipeline, 10 miles of oil
product line, 29 miles of single or dual overhead
138-kilovolt H-frame powerlines, and upgrade an
estimated five miles of Dragon Road on
BLM-administered lands in the Vernal Field Office.
If approved, the project, referred to as the Enefit
American Oil Utility Corridor Project, would provide
access, natural gas, electricity, and water to, and
move processed oil from, Enefit American Oils South
Project, which is planned on private land and
minerals owned by Enefit. The Enefit American Oils
planned South Project is a non-Federal connected
action which will include development of a commercial
oil shale mining, retorting, and upgrading operation
located in Uintah County, Utah.


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