Volume 1 TAPS Renewal EIS Newsletter August 2001

Table of Contents
1TAPS Renewal EIS: Public Participation Invited
2The TAPS Renewal EIS Web Site
3TAPS Renewal Questions and Answers
4The Joint Pipeline Office (JPO): Responsibilities and Member Agencies
5Public Scoping Meeting Details
6How to Make Public Scoping Comments

The Joint Pipeline Office (JPO): Responsibilities and Member Agencies

The Joint Pipeline Office was established in July 1990 to provide collocated and coordinated oversight of design, construction, operations, and maintenance of all common carrier pipelines in Alaska, including TAPS.

State of Alaska Agencies:

  • Department of Natural Resources (Co-lead Agency)
  • Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Department of Fish and Game
  • Department of Labor
  • Division of Governmental Coordination
  • Department of Transportation/Public Facilities
  • Department of Public Safety

Federal Agencies:

  • Bureau of Land Management (CO-lead Agency)
  • Department of Transportation/Office of Pipeline Safety
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Minerals Management Service
  • U.S. Coast Guard
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Photo of the Valdez Marine Terminal
Valdez Marine Terminal

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