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Page 7-9 - Unless there is no practicable alternative, a motor vehicle which contains hazardous materials must be operated over routes which do not go through or near heavily populated areas, places where crowds are assembled, tunnels, narrow streets, or alleys.
Page 3-11 - ZONE 1 - Minor damage; distant earthquakes may cause damage to structures with fundamental periods greater than 1.0 second; corresponds to intensities V and VI of the MM "Scale.
Page 16-6 - Activies are of a regulatory nature over the transportation and sale for resale of natural gas in interstate commerce, including the...
Page 12-19 - Spills of LNG on Water - Vaporization and Downwind Drift of Combustible Mixtures," Esso Research and Engineering Company Report No.
Page 3-37 - Simplified Procedure for Evaluating Soil Liquefaction Potential," Journal of the Soil Mechanics and Foundation Division, ASCE, Vol.
Page 3-37 - RATIONAL DETERMINATION OF THE OPERATIONAL BASIS EARTHQUAKE AND ITS IMPACT ON OVERALL SAFETY AND COST OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES.
Page 16-8 - Commerce to issue a permit even without state certification if he determines that the proposed activity is consistent with the objectives of the Act or otherwise necessary in the interest of national security, (see Ereli supra note 19, at 30).
Page 7 - ... each facility operates. Because there are already many large LEG facilities, it is virtually certain that during their lifetime many of them will experience natural forces greater than those the UBC standards require them to withstand.
Page 16-8 - ... permit shall be granted by the federal agency until the state or its designated agency has concurred with the applicant's certification or until, by the state's failure to act, the concurrence is conclusively presumed, unless the Secretary, on his own initiative or upon appeal by the applicant, finds, after providing a reasonable opportunity for detailed comments from the federal agency involved and from the state, that the activity is consistent with the objectives of this title or is otherwise...