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Arctic Refuge and Energy reports

This includes reports by Richard A. Fineberg and others on alternatives to Arctic Refuge drilling.

The Reduced Oil Imports Report: Recent Conservation Gains Outperform Arctic Refuge Region Oil Potential between 2012 and 2030 by a 25:1 Ratio

Reduced Oil Imports from Conservation vs Potential Arctic Refuge Oil Production, 2012-2030, Full Technical Report by R.A. Fineberg, 2012

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Arctic Refuge Drilling and Gas Prices: Not a Solution, Now or Later (2008)

Proponents of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge opportunistically and incorrectly point to rising gasoline prices as a reason to drill for oil in one of America’s last wild places. If oil were discovered in commercial quantities, it would take 10 years before a single drop could be produced. Once in production, Arctic Refuge oil would amount to a drop in the bucket of the oil market. Recent (2007) U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) data indicates that in 2030, when oil discovered in the Arctic Refuge would be near peak production levels, the effect at the gas pump would be about two pennies per gallon.

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Reduced Oil Imports from Conservation vs Potential Arctic Refuge Oil Production, 2011-2030, Fact Sheet

Richard A. Fineberg, May 15, 2010, Reduced Oil Imports from Conservation vs Potential Arctic Refuge Oil Production, 2011-2030. A report to the Northern Alaska Environmental Center and the Alaska Wilderness League. One page Fact Sheet.

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Reduced Oil Imports from Conservation vs Potential Arctic Refuge Oil Production, 2011-2030, Full Technical Report

Richard A. Fineberg, May 15, 2010, Reduced Oil Imports from Conservation vs Potential Arctic Refuge Oil Production, 2011-2030. A report to the Northern Alaska Environmental Center and the Alaska Wilderness League.

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