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Pascual, Jaster G. ENV20/A22 EE-3 2012107951 Exercise No. 3 on Energy Complete the table below. (40 points) Type of Energy Environment Type of Activity Exploration Extraction, production, processing Transmission Use and disposal Crude Oil Hydrosphere (1) BLOWOUTS AND SPILLS FROM EXPLORATORY WELLS AT SEA, LEADING TO OIL CONTAMINATION Brine and drilling chemical disposal Refinery effluents TANKER ACCIDENTS, LEADING TO OIL CONTAMINATION Groundwater contamination by leaking tanks Human Impacts (2) Disruption of lifestyle Interference with fisheries Interference with fisheries or land use Disruption of lifestyle during construction Hydrocarbons and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons from combustion Natural Gas Atmosphere (3) Emissions of gas and H 2 S during an accidental blowout Gas plant emissions of H 2 S, SO 2 , and hydrocarbons - Emissions of CO 2 , NO x Lithosphere - - (4) Construction of pipeline Damage to permafrost - Coal Lithosphere - DISRUPTION FROM STRIP MINING AND SUBSIDENCE Slag heaps - (5) Fly ash disposal Human Impacts - (6)
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