West Coast Deepwater Port Facilities Study, Volume 1

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Contents

Number Title
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Paragraph Subject Page
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PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL PAD V
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Number Title Page After
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PROJECTION OF PAD V CRUDE PETROLEUM SUPPLIES
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PROJECTED PRODUCT CONSUMPTION AND CRUDE SUPPLY
24
Number Title Page After
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EXISTING AND FUTURE PETROLEUM REFINING
28
SEA ISLAND
48
POTENTIAL WEST COAST DEEPWATER PORT SITES
48
STATE OF OREGON
55
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COAST AND POTENTIAL
57
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
61
PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL DEEPWATER PORT SITES
65
Paragraph Subject
67
SUMMARY OF SITE ANALYSES
85

HISTORICAL AND CURRENT REFINERY
28
EXISTING REFINERIES CRUDE AND PRODUCT
29
TRENDS TOWARD DEEPWATER PORTS
33
TREND OF TANKER SIZE
34
CRUDE PETROLEUM TRANSPORT COST FOR WARIOUS
36
TANKERS ON ORDER OVER 150000 D W T
36
b Description of Existing Receiving Facilities
36
L0s ANGELESLONG BEACH HARBORS
39
Projected Fleet and Traffic Without
41
PROJECTED SHIP SIZE TRAFFIC AND VOLUME
42
Number Title
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TYPE OF DEEPWATER PORT FACILITIES
47
CONVENTIONAL BUOY MOORING
48
Paragraph Subject
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WEST COAST PORT SYSTEMS AND ASSOCIATED
90
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
91
COMPARISON OF OIL SPILLAGE WITH AND WITHOUT
97
b Assessment of Environmental Resources
98
Paragraph Subject
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INCREMENTAL ANNUAL BENEFITS AND COSTS
107
Number Title
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Number Title Page
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ANNUAL SHIP ARRIVALS VOLUME DELIVERED
119
ANNUAL SHIP ARRIVALS VOLUME DELIVERED
126
TYPICAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO
128
COORDINATION AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
129
PUBLIC MEETINGS
135
Paragraph Subject Page
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