2 edition of ETSI coal slurry pipeline proposal found in the catalog.
|Statement||U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Special Projects Staff|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Special Projects Team|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
Coal slurry pipelines may further lower the cost of coal as a fuel, as well as provide competitive alternatives to some shippers. Increased competition and reductions in transportation rates would decrease the delivered price of coal to the buyer and, ultimately, to the consumer. Railroads are the primary movers of coal. Cite this Record. Historic Site Inventory for ETSI Coal Slurry Pipeline Project. Woodward-Clyde Consultants. (tDAR id: ).
The Energy Transportation Systems Inc. (ETSI) pipeline project is suing Chicago-based Santa Fe Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroad over a proposed $3 billion pipeline designed to transport coal. Railways Fight Coal Slurry Pipeline. By Newton W. Lamson. which would be the line most directly affected by the ETSI pipeline, told the House Interior Committee that the railroads' ability to.
Every year, Peabody pumps billion gallons of Ice Age groundwater out of the aquifer, mixes it 50/50 with crushed coal into a thick, chocolaty slurry, and pumps it miles to Mohave. The ETSI Pipeline Project, a consortium led by Texas Eastern Corp., said Friday that a court had awarded it more than $1 billion in a lawsuit it brought against Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp.
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ETSI coal slurry pipeline proposal: a report on public involvement in identification of the issues by Energy Transportation System, Inc; United States. Pages: EnergyTransportationSystems,Incorporated (ETSI)is proposing to construct and operate a 1,milepipelinewhichwouldcarry a coal-watermixture,or slurry, from the PowderRiverBasin of Wyoming to locations in Oklahoma,Arkansas, Mississippi,andLouisiana (Map 1).
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Well-field hydrology technical report for the ETSI Coal Slurry Pipeline Project — First published in Subjects Inc Energy Transportation Systems, Environmental aspects, Transportation, Groundwater, Coal slurry.
A number of companies recently have proposed construction of slurry pipelines for transporting Plains coal. Among these is a proposal by Energy Transportation Systems Inc (ETSI) to construct and operate a pipeline from northern Wyoming to Arkansas and ultimately on to the Gulf by: 5.
Cite this Record. Cultural Resources Technical Report for the Etsi Coal Slurry Pipeline Project. Paul Smith. (tDAR id: ). the proposed Energy Transportation Systems, Inc.
(ETSI) coal slurry pipeline. The Black Hills Alliance is a non—profit environmental group which emphasizes public education and outreach on energy issues in our area.
These comments ETSI coal slurry pipeline proposal book be limited to three issues, although our concerns about ETSI 's proposal are wide—ranging. Steven D. White, president of Bechtel Investments, said in a letter to Forbes, April 9,"Bechtel remains strongly committed to the concept of coal slurry pipelines and in particular to the ETSI coal slurry pipeline." InBechtel offered to build a coal slurry line in Russia, but perhaps because of its well known CIA connection, the.
operation of the Consolidation Coal Pipeline in Ohio, and the American Gilsonite Pipeline in Utah, both in operation inmarked the birth of a new transportation mode. Since then slurry pipelines have been used throughout the world to transport materials such as: coal, limestone, iron.
says a coal slurry pipeline of 25 mty capacity could cause a temporary drop in railroad-hauled coal if the pipeline were on line bybut "positive coal traffic gains would still be made by the railroads by "16 Thus, "positive employment impacts"17 would occur after for both the railroad and the coal slurry pipeline.
A pipeline system gathers coal from several mines and/or slurry preparation plants and transports it to multiple delivery points.
U.S. routes under consideration have ranges from 10 to 40 million tons per year and are of various lengths, pipe diameters, and terrain conditions. (ETSI. ETSI, or Energy Transportation Systems, Inc. This proposal. if approved, will allow construction of the longest pipeline in the 10wer states, a giant $2 billion, 1,mile coal-slurry transportation project.
The ETSI pipeline would haul between 25 and 37 million tons annually of strip mined, low-sulphur, low-BTU coal. “Beginning in the late s, Energy Transportation Systems, Inc. (ETSI) sought federal legislation granting coal slurry pipeline operators the power of federal eminent domain to secure rights-of-way over private land for high-volume coal slurry pipeline construction.
ETSI sought to construct a 1,mile coal slurry pipeline to move at least. Topics: coal slurry pipeline proposal, capital intensive nature, coal transportation market, need for competition, Missouri River, attractive water source, relationship of South Dakota and ETSI, basic contract provisions, downstream states, complaints, Flood Control Act offederal law, inter-basin transfers, North Dakota, Montana, mainstem reservoirs, beneficial consumptive uses, Wyoming.
Pipeline Project entered into a contract with the Secretary of the Interior to withdraw up to 20, acre-feet of water from Lake Oahe per year for 40 years.
[ Footnote 1 ] South Dakota already had granted ETSI a state permit to use this water in a coal slurry pipeline that would transport coal from Wyoming to the southeastern United States. Reporter Warren Wilson said in a Casper Star-Tribune article published Nov.
14,that ETSI could deliver coal via pipeline for about $7 a ton, while the railroad charged $ per ton. Inthe federal Office of Technology Assessment estimated 4 slurry charges at about $ a ton, with rail rates to the same destination costing $ per ton. One of the longest slurry pipelines was to be the proposed ETSI pipeline, to transport coal from Wyoming to Louisiana over a distance of miles ( km).
It was never commissioned. ETSI proposed to withdraw ab acre feet of water from Oahe Reservoir on the Missouri River in South Dakota, transport it to the Powder River region of Wyoming, slurry coal there and transport the slurried coal in pipes to Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, and possibly other states.
InETSI Pipeline Project entered into a contract with the Secretary of the Interior to withdraw up to 20, acre-feet of water from Lake Oahe per year for 40 years. 1 South Dakota already had granted ETSI a state permit to use this water in a coal slurry pipeline that would transport coal from Wyoming to the southeastern United States.
because of the capital Intensive nature of coal slurry pipel fnes0 Chart I Is a graph taken from a presentation by Ec J, Wasp, Executive Vice-President of ETSi given to the Interstate Oil Compact Commission InIt represents the claim iiy ETSI that 7($ of a coal slurry pipeline's operating costs go to debt service and are flxad.
ETSI needed the water for a slurry pipeline, to float crushed coal from Wyoming mines to power plants in the south. the water pipeline. But inETSI had abandoned the project, blaming.Book Material.
Published material. Publication info [United States]:Woodward-Clyde Consultants, Notes: "July " Cover title. "This report, the Aquatic Biology technical report, is one of three technical reports that address biological resources that may be affected by the ETSI coal slurry pipeline project.Further setbacks came in In addition to slowed shipments because of the recession, the company received a $ billion verdict in a federal antitrust case brought by Energy Transportation Systems, Inc.
(ETSI) in Texas. ETSI was a coal-slurry pipeline company that accused SFSP of blocking a project.