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Posted by  Northern Alaska Environmental Center on April 16, 2002 at 17:33:10:


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***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***

YOUR CALLS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY!

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SENATORS TODAY AND URGE THEM TO OPPOSE THE
MURKOWSKI/STEVENS AMENDMENTS TO ALLOW DRILLING IN THE ARCTIC NATIONAL
WILDLIFE REFUGE!

We're finally there! This afternoon, Senator Frank Murkowski introduced an
amendment to the energy bill that would allow drilling in the Arctic Refuge
coastal plain. At the same time, Senator Ted Stevens introduced a 2nd tier
amendment to Senator Murkowski's amendment. The vote on these amendments
may take place as soon as Thursday.

In yet another desperate to get enough votes to pass Refuge drilling
legislation, these amendments include several conditions which are supposed
make Arctic Refuge drilling more palatable to the rest of the Senate. These
conditions include "limiting" development to 2,000 acres of the coastal
plain; giving the President the authority to initiate development if and
when he determines it is in the national security interest of the nation;
designating 1.5 million acres of the southern Arctic National Wildlife
Refuge as wilderness; and banning the export of oil from the Arctic Refuge
to foreign countries.

Although the introduction of these amendments is of great import and needs
an immediate response, the content of these amendments is nothing new. The
oil industry politicians have shown all along that they will do or say
anything to get their hands on the Arctic Refuge – this is their newest ploy
to try to get the votes.

However, it's vitally important that you contact your Senators IMMEDIATELY
and urge them not to fall for this scam!

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Please CALL your Senators TODAY and urge them to oppose the
Murkowski/Stevens amendments to allow drilling in the Arctic National
Wildlife Refuge. Let them know that drilling for oil in America’s Arctic
Wildlife Refuge will do little or nothing to reduce U.S. dependence on
foreign oil or to address America's long-term energy needs. The U.S.
Geological Survey says there is only the equivalent of a 6-month supply of
oil, and even industry officials admit that oil wouldn't be available for 10
years.

OTHER TALKING POINTS

· America cannot drill its way to energy independence or
national security.
The U.S. has at most 2-3% of the world's oil reserves while accounting for
25% of the world's oil consumption. In addition, according to the U.S.
Geological Survey, it would take at least a decade to tap any oil from the
refuge. Even then, the mean estimate of economically recoverable oil
amounts to just 3.2 billion barrels or less than what the U.S. consumes in
six months. Even optimistic estimates for refuge oil would never meet more
than 2% of our oil needs.

· A recent report by the Energy Information Administration, the
independent
statistical and analytical agency within the Department of Energy, concludes
that drilling in the refuge, including native lands within the refuge and
state-controlled waters off the coast of the refuge, would have only a
negligible effect on oil imports - reduce the net share of foreign oil used
by U.S. consumers in 2020 from 62 to 60 percent.

· The 2,000-acres limitation is actually nothing of the sort.
Exempted from
the acreage total were seismic and exploratory drilling activities, the
construction of ice or permanent roads, gravel mines, and any portion of the
pipeline that doesn’t actually touch the ground. To put this in
perspective, there are over 1,000 miles of pipelines are Prudhoe Bay alone.
The “limitation” also does not require that the 2,000 acres of production
and support facilities be in one contiguous area. Thus, as with the oil
fields to the west of the Arctic Refuge, development could and would be
spread out over hundreds of square miles.

· Some pro-drilling politicians cite a 1990 American Petroleum Institute
(API) funded study that claims drilling the Arctic Refuge will create over
700,000 new jobs. However, a 1994 study by the Economic Policy Institute
concluded that the total number of jobs generated by drilling in the refuge
would be fewer than 8 percent than what the API study predicted, and even
those would last only five years. A 1993 study, conducted by the Tellus
Institute for The Wilderness Society, concluded that initiatives to improve
vehicle fuel efficiency and non-transport energy efficiency would result in
nearly 10 times as many jobs as drilling in the Arctic Refuge.

· A new national poll conducted by the Mellman Group shows that 63% of
Americans oppose opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil
drilling. In addition, 71% of voters prefer to achieve energy security by
focusing on increasing effeciency and developing alternative energy sources,
rather than increasing the supply of oil. Finally, the poll showed that 69%
of union households believe alternative energy would create more jobs than
drilling in the Refuge.

· Oil development cannot be done in an “environmentally
sensitive” manner.
Since 1996, the Prudhoe Bay oil fields and Trans-Alaska Pipeline have caused
an average of approximately 400 spills annually on the North Slope – most
commonly spills of diesel and crude oil. Whether an accident or faulty
maintenance, the Arctic Refuge coastal plain is too precious to risk from
spills such as these. (There are also over 55 contaminated waste sites
around Prudhoe Bay as well as twice the nitrogen oxide air pollution as
Washington, D.C.)

· The Gwich’in Athabaskan people of northeast Alaska and Northwest Canada
oppose drilling in the Arctic Refuge because of threats to their subsistence
way of life. The National Congress of American Indians, Native American
Rights Fund, Episcopal Church, Lutheran Church, United Methodist Church, the
Union of Hebrew Congregations and the Canadian Government support the Gwich’
in and oppose drilling.

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SENATORS

Daniel Akaka (D-HI)
Ph: 202-224-6361

Wayne Allard (R-CO)
Ph: 202-224-5941

George Allen (R-VA)
Ph: 202-224-4024

Max Baucus (D-MT)
Ph: 202-224-2651

Evan Bayh (D-IN)
Ph: 202-224-5623

Robert Bennett (R-UT)
Ph: 202-224-5444

Joseph Biden (D-DE)
Ph: 202-224-5042

Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)
Ph: 202-224-5521

Christopher “Kit” Bond (R-MO)
Ph: 202-224-5721

Barbara Boxer (D-CA)
Ph: 202-224-3553

John Breaux (D-LA)
Ph: 202-224-4623

Sam Brownback (R-KS)
Ph: 202-224-6521

Jim Bunning (R-KY)
Ph: 202-224-4343

Conrad Burns (R-MT)
Ph: 202-224-2644

Robert Byrd (D-WV)
Ph: 202-224-3954

Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO)
Ph: 202-224-5852

Maria Cantwell (D-WA)
Ph: 202-224-3441

Jean Carnahan (D-MO)
Ph: 202-224-6154

Thomas Carper (D-DE)
Ph: 202-224-2441

Lincoln Chaffee (R-RI)
Ph: 202-224-2921

Max Cleland (D-GA)
Ph: 202-224-3521

Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY)
Ph: 202-224-4451

Thad Cochran (R-MS)
Ph: 202-224-5054

Susan Collins (R-ME)
Ph: 202-224-2523

Kent Conrad (D-ND)
Ph: 202-224-2043

Jon Corzine (D-NJ)
Ph: 202-224-4744

Larry Craig (R-ID)
Ph: 202-224-2752

Michael Crapo (R-ID)
Ph: 202-224-6142

Thomas Daschle (D-SD)
Ph: 202-224-2321

Mark Dayton (D-MN)
Ph: 202-224-3244

Mike DeWine (R-OH)
Ph: 202-224-2315

Christopher Dodd (D-CT)
Ph: 202-224-2823

Pete Domenici (R-NM)
Ph: 202-224-6621

Byron Dorgan (D-ND)
Ph: 202-224-2551

Richard Durbin (D-IL)
Ph: 202-224-2152

John Edwards (D-NC)
Ph: 202-224-3154

John Ensign (R-NV)
Ph: 202-224-6244

Michael Enzi (R-WY)
Ph: 202-224-3424

Russ Feingold (D-WI)
Ph: 202-224-5323

Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Ph: 202-224-3841

Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)
Ph: 202-224-2854

Bill Frist (R-TN)
Ph: 202-224-3344

Bob Graham (D-FL)
Ph: 202-224-3041

Phil Gramm (R-TX)
Ph: 202-224-2934

Charles Grassley (R-IA)
Ph: 202-224-3744

Judd Gregg (R-NH)
Ph: 202-224-3324

Chuck Hagel (R-NE)
Ph: 202-224-4224

Tom Harkin (D-IA)
Ph: 202-224-3254

Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
Ph: 202-224-5251

Jesse Helms (R-NC)
Ph: 202-224-6342

Ernest Hollings (D-SC)
Ph: 202-224-6121

Tim Hutchinson (R-AR)
Ph: 202-224-2353

Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX)
Ph: 202-224-5922

James Inhofe (R-OK)
Ph: 202-224-4721

Daniel Inouye (D-HI)
Ph: 202-224-3934

James Jeffords (I-VT)
Ph: 202-224-5141

Tim Johnson (D-SD)
Ph: 202-224-5842

Edward Kennedy (D-MA)
Ph: 202-224-4543

John Kerry (D-MA)
Ph: 202-224-2742

Herbert Kohl (D-WI)
Ph: 202-224-5653

Jon Kyl (R-AZ)
Ph: 202-224-4521

Mary Landrieu (D-LA)
Ph: 202-224-5824

Patrick Leahy (D-VT)
Ph: 202-224-4242

Carl Levin (D-MI)
Ph: 202-224-6221

Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)
Ph: 202-224-4041

Blanche Lincoln (D-AR)
Ph: 202-224-4843

Trentt Lott (R-MS)
Ph: 202-224-6253

Richard Lugar (R-IN)
Ph: 202-224-4814

John McCain (R-AZ)
Ph: 202-224-2235

Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
Ph: 202-224-2541

Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)
Ph: 202-224-4654

Zell Miller (D-GA)
Ph: 202-224-3643

Frank Murkowski (R-AK)
Ph: 202-224-6665

Patty Murray (D-WA)
Ph: 202-224-2621

Ben Nelson (D-NE)
Ph: 202-224-6551

Bill Nelson (D-FL)
Ph: 202-224-5274

Don Nickles (R-OK)
Ph: 202-224-5754

Jack Reed (D-RI)
Ph: 202-224-4642

Harry Reid (D-NV)
Ph: 202-224-3542

Pat Roberts (R-KS)
Ph: 202-224-4774

John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV)
Ph: 202-224-6472

Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Ph: 202-224-6324

Paul Sarbanes (D-MD)
Ph: 202-224-4524

Charles Schumer (D-NY)
Ph: 202-224-6542

Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
Ph: 202-224-4124

Richard Shelby (R-AL)
Ph: 202-224-5744

Gordon Smith (R-OR)
Ph: 202-224-3753

Robert Smith (R-NH)
Ph: 202-224-2841

Olympia Snowe (R-ME)
Ph: 202-224-5344

Arlen Specter (R-PA)
Ph: 202-224-4254

Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)
Ph: 202-224-4822

Ted Stevens (R-AK)
Ph: 202-224-3004

Craig Thomas (R-WY)
Ph: 202-224-6441

Fred Thompson (R-TN)
Ph: 202-224-4944

Strom Thurmond (R-SC)
Ph: 202-224-5972

Robert Torricelli (D-NJ)
Ph: 202-224-3224

George Voinovich (R-OH)
Ph: 202-224-3353

John Warner (R-VA)
Ph: 202-224-2023

Paul Wellstone (D-MN)
Ph: 202-224-5641

Ron Wyden (D-OR)
Ph: 202-224-5244

Please Post and Distribute as Appropriate.

Arctic Action is a broadcast alert list managed by the Northern
Alaska Environmental Center and ONENorthwest to keep you updated on issues
affecting Alaska's Arctic wilderness.

Northern Alaska Environmental Center
830 College Road
Fairbanks, AK 99701
ph:(907)452-5021
fx:(907)452-3100
info@northern.org
http://www.northern.org
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URGENT: Calls needed immediately - Arctic Refuge<br>drill

=====  An urgent message from the 'arctic-action' mailing
list  =====


color="#0000FF">***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***URGENT***>


YOUR CALLS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY!



PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SENATORS TODAY AND URGE THEM TO OPPOSE THE

MURKOWSKI/STEVENS AMENDMENTS TO ALLOW DRILLING IN THE ARCTIC
NATIONAL

WILDLIFE REFUGE!



We're finally there!  This afternoon, Senator Frank Murkowski
introduced an

amendment to the energy bill that would allow drilling in the Arctic
Refuge

coastal plain.  At the same time, Senator Ted Stevens introduced
a 2nd tier

amendment to Senator Murkowski's amendment.  The vote on these
amendments

may take place as soon as Thursday.



In yet another desperate to get enough votes to pass Refuge
drilling

legislation, these amendments include several conditions which are
supposed

make Arctic Refuge drilling more palatable to the rest of the Senate. 
These

conditions include "limiting" development to 2,000 acres of
the coastal

plain; giving the President the authority to initiate development if
and

when he determines it is in the national security interest of the
nation;

designating 1.5 million acres of the southern Arctic National
Wildlife

Refuge as wilderness; and banning the export of oil from the Arctic
Refuge

to foreign countries.



Although the introduction of these amendments is of great import and
needs

an immediate response, the content of these amendments is nothing
new.  The

oil industry politicians have shown all along that they will do or
say

anything to get their hands on the Arctic Refuge – this is their
newest ploy

to try to get the votes.



However, it's vitally important that you contact your Senators
IMMEDIATELY

and urge them not to fall for this scam!



WHAT YOU CAN DO



Please CALL your Senators TODAY and urge them to oppose the

Murkowski/Stevens amendments to allow drilling in the Arctic
National

Wildlife Refuge.  Let them know that drilling for oil in
America’s Arctic

Wildlife Refuge will do little or nothing to reduce U.S. dependence
on

foreign oil or to address America's long-term energy needs.  The
U.S.

Geological Survey says there is only the equivalent of a 6-month
supply of

oil, and even industry officials admit that oil wouldn't be available
for 10

years.



OTHER TALKING POINTS



·     America cannot drill its
way to energy independence or national security.

The U.S. has at most 2-3% of the world's oil reserves while accounting
for

25% of the world's oil consumption. In addition, according to the
U.S.

Geological Survey, it would take at least a decade to tap any oil from
the

refuge.  Even then, the mean estimate of economically recoverable
oil

amounts to just 3.2 billion barrels or less than what the U.S.
consumes in

six months.  Even optimistic estimates for refuge oil would never
meet more

than 2% of our oil needs.



· A recent report by the Energy Information
Administration, the independent

statistical and analytical agency within the Department of Energy,
concludes

that drilling in the refuge, including native lands within the refuge
and

state-controlled waters off the coast of the refuge, would have only
a

negligible effect on oil imports  - reduce the net share of
foreign oil used

by U.S. consumers in 2020 from 62 to 60 percent.



·       The 2,000-acres
limitation is actually nothing of the sort. Exempted from

the acreage total were seismic and exploratory drilling activities,
the

construction of ice or permanent roads, gravel mines, and any portion
of the

pipeline that doesn’t actually touch the ground.  To put this
in

perspective, there are over 1,000 miles of pipelines are Prudhoe Bay
alone.

The “limitation” also does not require that the 2,000 acres of
production

and support facilities be in one contiguous area.  Thus, as with
the oil

fields to the west of the Arctic Refuge, development could and would
be

spread out over hundreds of square miles.



·       Some
pro-drilling politicians cite a 1990 American Petroleum
Institute

(API) funded study that claims drilling the Arctic Refuge will
create over

700,000 new jobs.  However, a 1994 study by the Economic Policy
Institute

concluded that the total number of jobs generated by drilling in the
refuge

would be fewer than 8 percent than what the API study predicted, and
even

those would last only five years.  A 1993 study, conducted by the
Tellus

Institute for The Wilderness Society, concluded that initiatives to
improve

vehicle fuel efficiency and non-transport energy efficiency would
result in

nearly 10 times as many jobs as drilling in the Arctic Refuge.



·    A new national poll conducted by
the Mellman Group shows that 63% of

Americans oppose opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for
oil

drilling.  In addition, 71% of voters prefer to achieve energy
security by

focusing on increasing effeciency and developing alternative energy
sources,

rather than increasing the supply of oil. Finally, the poll showed
that 69%

of union households believe alternative energy would create more jobs
than

drilling in the Refuge.



·  Oil development cannot be done in an
“environmentally sensitive” manner.

Since 1996, the Prudhoe Bay oil fields and Trans-Alaska Pipeline have
caused

an average of approximately 400 spills annually on the North Slope –
most

commonly spills of diesel and crude oil.  Whether an accident or
faulty

maintenance, the Arctic Refuge coastal plain is too precious to risk
from

spills such as these.   (There are also over 55 contaminated
waste sites

around Prudhoe Bay as well as twice the nitrogen oxide air pollution
as

Washington, D.C.)



·  The Gwich’in Athabaskan people of northeast
Alaska and Northwest Canada

oppose drilling in the Arctic Refuge because of threats to their
subsistence

way of life.  The National Congress of American Indians, Native
American

Rights Fund, Episcopal Church, Lutheran Church, United Methodist
Church, the

Union of Hebrew Congregations and the Canadian Government support the
Gwich’

in and oppose drilling.



CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SENATORS



Daniel Akaka (D-HI)

Ph: 202-224-6361



Wayne Allard (R-CO)

Ph: 202-224-5941



George Allen (R-VA)

Ph: 202-224-4024



Max Baucus (D-MT)

Ph: 202-224-2651



Evan Bayh (D-IN)

Ph: 202-224-5623



Robert Bennett (R-UT)

Ph: 202-224-5444



Joseph Biden (D-DE)

Ph: 202-224-5042



Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)

Ph: 202-224-5521



Christopher “Kit” Bond (R-MO)

Ph: 202-224-5721



Barbara Boxer (D-CA)

Ph: 202-224-3553



John Breaux (D-LA)

Ph: 202-224-4623



Sam Brownback (R-KS)

Ph: 202-224-6521



Jim Bunning (R-KY)

Ph: 202-224-4343



Conrad Burns (R-MT)

Ph: 202-224-2644



Robert Byrd (D-WV)

Ph: 202-224-3954



Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO)

Ph: 202-224-5852



Maria Cantwell (D-WA)

Ph: 202-224-3441



Jean Carnahan (D-MO)

Ph: 202-224-6154



Thomas Carper (D-DE)

Ph: 202-224-2441



Lincoln Chaffee (R-RI)

Ph: 202-224-2921



Max Cleland (D-GA)

Ph: 202-224-3521



Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY)

Ph: 202-224-4451



Thad Cochran (R-MS)

Ph: 202-224-5054



Susan Collins (R-ME)

Ph: 202-224-2523



Kent Conrad (D-ND)

Ph: 202-224-2043



Jon Corzine (D-NJ)

Ph: 202-224-4744



Larry Craig (R-ID)

Ph: 202-224-2752



Michael Crapo (R-ID)

Ph: 202-224-6142



Thomas Daschle (D-SD)

Ph: 202-224-2321



Mark Dayton (D-MN)

Ph: 202-224-3244



Mike DeWine (R-OH)

Ph: 202-224-2315



Christopher Dodd (D-CT)

Ph: 202-224-2823



Pete Domenici (R-NM)

Ph: 202-224-6621



Byron Dorgan (D-ND)

Ph: 202-224-2551



Richard Durbin (D-IL)

Ph: 202-224-2152



John Edwards (D-NC)

Ph: 202-224-3154



John Ensign (R-NV)

Ph: 202-224-6244



Michael Enzi (R-WY)

Ph: 202-224-3424



Russ Feingold (D-WI)

Ph: 202-224-5323



Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)

Ph: 202-224-3841



Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)

Ph: 202-224-2854



Bill Frist (R-TN)

Ph: 202-224-3344



Bob Graham (D-FL)

Ph: 202-224-3041



Phil Gramm (R-TX)

Ph: 202-224-2934



Charles Grassley (R-IA)

Ph: 202-224-3744



Judd Gregg (R-NH)

Ph: 202-224-3324



Chuck Hagel (R-NE)

Ph: 202-224-4224



Tom Harkin (D-IA)

Ph: 202-224-3254



Orrin Hatch (R-UT)

Ph: 202-224-5251



Jesse Helms (R-NC)

Ph: 202-224-6342



Ernest Hollings (D-SC)

Ph: 202-224-6121



Tim Hutchinson (R-AR)

Ph: 202-224-2353



Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX)

Ph: 202-224-5922



James Inhofe (R-OK)

Ph: 202-224-4721



Daniel Inouye (D-HI)

Ph: 202-224-3934



James Jeffords (I-VT)

Ph: 202-224-5141



Tim Johnson (D-SD)

Ph: 202-224-5842



Edward Kennedy (D-MA)

Ph: 202-224-4543



John Kerry (D-MA)

Ph: 202-224-2742



Herbert Kohl (D-WI)

Ph: 202-224-5653



Jon Kyl (R-AZ)

Ph: 202-224-4521



Mary Landrieu (D-LA)

Ph: 202-224-5824



Patrick Leahy (D-VT)

Ph: 202-224-4242



Carl Levin (D-MI)

Ph: 202-224-6221



Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Ph: 202-224-4041



Blanche Lincoln (D-AR)

Ph: 202-224-4843



Trentt Lott (R-MS)

Ph: 202-224-6253



Richard Lugar (R-IN)

Ph: 202-224-4814



John McCain (R-AZ)

Ph: 202-224-2235



Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

Ph: 202-224-2541



Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)

Ph: 202-224-4654



Zell Miller (D-GA)

Ph: 202-224-3643



Frank Murkowski (R-AK)

Ph: 202-224-6665



Patty Murray (D-WA)

Ph: 202-224-2621



Ben Nelson (D-NE)

Ph: 202-224-6551



Bill Nelson (D-FL)

Ph: 202-224-5274



Don Nickles (R-OK)

Ph: 202-224-5754



Jack Reed (D-RI)

Ph: 202-224-4642



Harry Reid (D-NV)

Ph: 202-224-3542



Pat Roberts (R-KS)

Ph: 202-224-4774



John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV)

Ph: 202-224-6472



Rick Santorum (R-PA)

Ph: 202-224-6324



Paul Sarbanes (D-MD)

Ph: 202-224-4524



Charles Schumer (D-NY)

Ph: 202-224-6542



Jeff Sessions (R-AL)

Ph: 202-224-4124



Richard Shelby (R-AL)

Ph: 202-224-5744



Gordon Smith (R-OR)

Ph: 202-224-3753



Robert Smith (R-NH)

Ph: 202-224-2841



Olympia Snowe (R-ME)

Ph: 202-224-5344



Arlen Specter (R-PA)

Ph: 202-224-4254



Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)

Ph: 202-224-4822



Ted Stevens (R-AK)

Ph: 202-224-3004



Craig Thomas (R-WY)

Ph: 202-224-6441



Fred Thompson (R-TN)

Ph: 202-224-4944



Strom Thurmond (R-SC)

Ph: 202-224-5972



Robert Torricelli (D-NJ)

Ph: 202-224-3224



George Voinovich (R-OH)

Ph: 202-224-3353



John Warner (R-VA)

Ph: 202-224-2023



Paul Wellstone (D-MN)

Ph: 202-224-5641



Ron Wyden (D-OR)

Ph: 202-224-5244


Please Post and Distribute as Appropriate.



Arctic Action is a broadcast alert list managed by the Northern

Alaska Environmental Center and ONENorthwest to keep you updated on
issues

affecting Alaska's Arctic wilderness.



Northern Alaska Environmental Center

830 College Road

Fairbanks, AK 99701

ph:(907)452-5021

fx:(907)452-3100

info@northern.org

http://www.northern.org



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