Petition for "Business" designation submitted to OFI pursuant to 10 CFR Part 1504 : enclosure to Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company letter GOA-82-1119, September 29, 1982 to Mr. William Black
This petition requests that the four hydrology reports that accompany the petition be considered business information, as they are copyrighted, confidential, and proprietary, and remain property of the Alaskan Northwest Natural Gas Transportation Company. The "Business" designation is requ...
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|Corporate Contributor(s):||Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company|
|Publisher:||Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company|
|Date:||September 29, 1982|
|Addressee / Recipient:||Black, William|
|Sponsor / Funder:||Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company|
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|Summary:||This petition requests that the four hydrology reports that accompany the petition be considered business information, as they are copyrighted, confidential, and proprietary, and remain property of the Alaskan Northwest Natural Gas Transportation Company. The "Business" designation is requested in order to ensure the competitive position of sponsors of the Alaska segment of the Alaska Natural Gas Transmission System.|
|Physical Description:||1 p.|
|Notes:||Title from caption.|
This petition is an enclosure to a letter to William Black (Director of Engineering, Office of the Federal Inspector) from Edwin (Al) Kuhn (Director, Governmental Affairs, Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company) dated September 29, 1982. That letter is called "Hydrology matters; submission of final technical reports." That letter serves as a cover letter to four reports: "Flood frequency determinations" (Revision 6), "Pipeline design flood" (Revision 4), "Hydrograph reconstitutions" (Revision 3), and "Scour and bank migration" (Revision 3), all dated September 1982. Only the first report appears in the PDF file with the cover letter and petition, although originally all the reports accompanied the letter. All pieces are being cataloged separately.
Three contact persons from Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company are named as contacts concerning this petition: Edwin (Al) Kuhn, William J. Moses, and George P. Wuerch.