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Title: Oil and gas pipelines: environmental and social impact assessment
Category: Technical papers from the Journal of Pipeline Engineering
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Catalog No.: 2119s
Date of Publication: December, 2007
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr Robert Goodland
Abstract: THIS PAPER outlines how to ensure that the worst social and environmental impacts of a pipeline in a developing country are prevented, and that the remaining impacts are mitigated. The impacts of pipelines inherently can and should be minor. The main way to ensure that the impacts are indeed minimized is to optimize the routeing from the very earliest design phase. All “no-go” and other sensitive areas must be prudently by-passed. The pipeline route, and its construction roads, also needs to by-pass as many dwellings, villages, and settlements as possible. Once the optimal routeing is selected in broad terms, most of the impacts will have been avoided up front.
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