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Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico

Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico

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Published by The Region in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- Mexico, Gulf of,
  • Offshore gas industry -- Mexico, Gulf of,
  • Offshore oil industry -- Mexico, Gulf of

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for the Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico Region ; prepared by Centaur Associates, Inc
    SeriesOCS study
    ContributionsUnited States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, Centaur Associates
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14426503M

    Impacts of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry on the US Economy Impacts of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry on the US Economy in Table of Contents Executive Summary E-1 I. Introduction 1 II. Industry Definition 3 III. Total Economic Impact 6 IV. Detail by Component of Economic Impact: Direct, Indirect, and Induced Impacts 11File Size: 2MB. The U.S. Travel Association estimated that the economic impact of the oil spill on tourism across the Gulf Coast over a three-year period could exceed approximately $23 billion, in a region that supports over , travel industry jobs generating $34 billion in revenue annually.

      Introduction. In recent years, the sharp increase in oil prices that began in and the two sharp declines that followed in , due to the subprime mortgage crisis, and at the end of –early have renewed interest in the effects of oil prices on the macro economy. The impacts of an oil spill on fisheries and mariculture activities can be categorised as direct or indirect. Direct impacts can include contamination of the boats and gear used in catching or cultivating marine species. Damage to stocks as a result of toxic or smothering effects of the oil would also be considered a direct impact.

    FIGURE S.1 Location of the Macondo wellhead and spatial extent of the DWH oil spill in the northern Gulf of Mexico. SOURCE: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. GoM ecosystem is subject to a number of modern stressors, including habitat loss, overfishing, impacts of flood control on sediment supply, degraded water quality, and pollution resulting from activities such as oil and gas. 2. The population level, or how oil spills may impact a group of living things of the same species. 3. The community-wide level, or how oil spills may impact many different kinds of living things in an area or habitat. By dividing studies into these general levels, scientists can investigate impacts to the complex Gulf of Mexico. ecosystem.


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Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico: results of year I. [United States. Minerals Management Service.

Gulf of Mexico OCS Region. Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico: executive summary: results of year I. [United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region. specifically, the Gulf of Mexico oil and natural gas industry will likely continue to be a major source of energy production, employment, gross domestic product, and government revenues for the United States.

Several proposals have been advanced recently which would have a major impact on the industry’s activity levels, and the economic. ECOLOGY AND ECONOMICS RESEARCH DEPARTMENT THE ECONOMIC & SOCIAL IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT May 5, I.

PURPOSE This brief is submitted as part of the NEPA process for this public land oil and gas development proposal. It is intended to identify some of the issues that must be analyzed as part of the NEPA process and.

Dispersed oil toxicity tests with biological species indigenous to the Gulf of Mexico [microform] / Kenn Oil, gas, and sulphur operations in the outer continental shelf 30 CFR operating regulations [microf Indicators of the direct economic impacts due to oil and gas development in.

Introduction. Growth in oil and gas development, like any major economic change, comes with positives and negatives for a local community. The localized impacts of unconventional oil and gas development are often framed in terms of income, employment, and economic Size: KB. Economic Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development.

We review the literature that analyzes the local economic impacts of an increase in unconventional oil and gas development, including impacts on wages and royalty income, employment, and the effects on long-term growth and economic development.

The overall goal of this paper was to measure the direct economic impacts of the oil spill to the commercial fishing sector of the state of Mississippi. During the exploration phase, impacts can result from indirect (sound and traffic) and direct physical (anchor chains, drill cuttings, and drilling fluids) disturbance.

Additional direct physical impacts occur in the production phase as pipelines are laid and the volume of discharged produced water by:   Crude oil prices have topped $80 per barrel for the first time since ET Wealth illustrates how change in oil prices impacts the economy, markets and your money.

Heightened tensions in the Middle East and lower supply from oil producing countries have led to the recent surge in oil. Tenth International Financial and Economic Forum, Vienna, Austria - 10–11 November [Slide 1] Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, Let me begin by thanking the organisers of the Tenth International Financial and Economic Forum for inviting me to deliver this address on “Oil and gas: the engine of the world economy”.

Areas, such as North Sea Oil, oil extraction from the Arctic and other high-cost areas are now no longer economic. Firms have no option but to cut back on production and lay off workers. With oil firms going bankrupt and investment being curtailed, there will be a negative impact.

• Accidents that impact the environment, such as large oil spills, leaks, fires and explosions on plants. Eventual deaths. • Emergency Response Plan. Table 1. Potential Environmental Impacts of the Oil and Gas Industry Source: based on Banco do Nordeste, - - - TO ACCESS ALL THE 36 PAGES OF THIS CHAPTER.

The unprecedented volume, depth, and spatial scale of the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill created many enormous challenges for policymakers. Among these was the difficult task of restoring the ocean and coastal ecosystems of the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) to the condition they would have been in but for the spill.

Although multiple state and federal agencies had experience in the restoration of. On Apthe Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig was destroyed by an explosion and fire, and the oil well began releasing oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

While the U.S. remains a leader in offshore oil production based in the central and western Gulf of Mexico, 87 percent of offshore areas in the U.S. are ruled off-limits to new oil and gas drilling. The U.S. Department of Interior considered holding a lease sale off Virginia in but that proposal was removed from consideration after the.

Indicators that affect oil prices 1. INDICATORS THAT AFFECT OIL PRICESEconomic indicators are used by traders and investors in an attempt to understandthe underlying fundamentals of the market. The specific economic indicators traders look at will oftendepend on the market in which the traders are operating.

The Economic Impact of Oil Prices by Rurik Krymm During the last three months ofthe tax-paid costs of typical grades of crude petroleum in the main producing areas of the world, around the Persian Gulf, were roughly quadrupled, rising for typical Iranian and Arabian Ugh t.

provide a measure of the total economic impact of the oil and natural gas industry. The direct impact is measured in terms of the jobs, labor income, and value added within the oil and natural gas industry. The indirect impact is measured in terms of the jobs, labor income, and value added occurring throughout the supply chain of the oil and.

Number of producing structures in the shallow water Gulf of Mexico decomposed according to marginal and economic status for the time horizon (–). As shown in Fig. 1, the total number of structures declines over time as production at individual assets decreases and transition from economic to marginal status, and eventually, to Cited by: 1.

There have been numerous reports of sea-surface oil slicks in the Gulf of Mexico (Figure ). In the early s, there were regular reports of enormous patches of oil by ships navigating Gulf of Mexico waters, including oil bubbling to the surface.

Inthere were 30 instances of oil seeps reported in the Gulf of by: 5. Oil prices have been persistently low for well over a year and a half now, but as the April World Economic Outlook will document, the widely anticipated “shot in the arm” for the global economy has yet to materialize.

We argue that, paradoxically, global benefits from low prices will likely appear only after prices have recovered.Potential Economic Impacts from Offshore Wind in the Great Lakes Region (Fact Sheet) Technical Report Tegen, S.

; Keyser, D. Offshore wind is a clean, renewable source of energy and can be an economic driver in the United States.