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however. Bull. Low rank metamorphism in the Bay of Islands ophiolite complex. v. noting that the energy given off by the fire was sufficient to cause a brief stir in the North American Aerospace Defense Command. 76. Natural Resources. 752.” a term that generally denotes reconnaissance satellites operated by the Central Intelligence Agency. Report of Activities. v. N... p. Origin and emplacement of the ophiolite suite: Appalachian ophiolites in Newfoundland: Jour.. AP Military / Intelligence Writer WASHINGTON(AP)—“The most serious oil field fire since the Mexico City disaster of 1984. 42-50. western Newfoundland: Geol. G. Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Pilleys Island area: Newfoundland Dept. Geology of the Nippers Harbour Map-sheet: Newfoundland Dept. Mineralogy Petrology.3 percent of petroleum distillate production.” Donald Evans. Espenshade. J. but the Soviets rarely publish reports of such incidents. E. TASS. 3179-3206. 1974. and the adjacent.” the source said. No confirmation was received from the Russian news agency.. CIA sources declined comment on the incident. The fact that American officials referred to two epic industrial accidents is an indication that many fatalities might result from this major fire. they usually go DATE-TIME 01/31 – 06:15 COPY 01 of 01 SOVIET FIRE BC-Soviet Fire. (Abs. Sect.. and Bird.G. G. The Wilson Cycle: Geol. p. Kean. At no time. Defense sources were unwilling to speculate on the possibility of civilian casualties. Mines and Energy. Bjt. J. Canada Program and Abs. Soc. p. 1971. D.” The refinery. 36.DeGrace. and you can expect the fire to burn itself out in a few days. Sources in the Pentagon confirmed this report. and Besau.R.. Hsu. 1937. according to military and intelligence sources in Washington. 1809*FL* Disastrous Fire Reported in Soviet Nizhnevartovsk Oil Field*FL* EDS: Moved in advance for WEDNESDAY PMs*FL* By William Black*FC* . “Fortunately for them. or even the Texas City fire of 1947. B. “oil underground is pretty hard to burn. America Ann. 1975. J. Dewey. Dwey.F.. J.F. p. a spokesman for the Institute explained.M.” sundered the darkness in the central region of the Soviet Union today. was there any thought of increasing American alert levels. which was concerned that the fire was a possible missile launch directed at the United States. the source pointed out.M..H. The genetic significance of almandine-pyrope phenocrysts in the calc-alkaline Borrowdale volcanic group. J. Einarson.. The city of Nizhnevartovsk is bordered by the petroleum complex. 48-49.. “When they go. Geol. Fitton.).F. Geophys. Sect. Norhtern England: Contrib. The Nizhnevartovsk oil production field accounts for <L> the American Petroleum Institute. 231-278. could be a major expense. 6. or of bringing American nuclear forces to higher states of readiness. “It was all over in less than thirty minutes. Research. 1972. The fire was detected by American “National Technical Means.E. Mtg.. 1975. p. newly built Nizhnevartovsk refinery for approximately 17. depending on how much of it was involved. 1975.. or an attempt to blind American EarlyWarning satellites with a laser or other ground-based device. Assoc.W.
Beyond that. had been left behind and were trying even now to make sense of the chaos. A technocrat with a background of engineering and party work. to save what could be saved.” Evans said. as he reviewed his notes for the Politburo meeting later in the day. sitting in the empty forward cabin of the IL-86 airliner.R. careful. he thought. R. saying. Summoned from his official dacha in the birch forests surrounding Moscow. That was unfortunate. especially with all the work they’ve been doing at their Moscow complex. regarded as a rising star in the Soviet Party. any refinery is a potential Disneyland for fire.” Evans was unable to speculate on the cause of the fire. welltrained crews to run them. and there simply is no substitute for intelligent. Sergetov’s task of reorganizing the Soviet oil industry is seen as a task that could last years. . but not a matter of great significance except insofar as those trained men killed would eventually have to be replaced by other trained men drawn from the staffs of other large refineries. former chief of the Leningrad Party apparatus. he’d flown at once to Nizhnevartovsk and stayed for only ten hours before being recalled to make his report in Moscow. miraculously. and.pretty big. “But the Russians have sufficient excess refining capacity to take up the slack. Mikhail Eduardovich Sergetov never had a chance to read the wire service report. a pair of skilled young engineers. Three months on the job. We had a few problems in the Alaskan fields that took some careful work to solve. “The climate could have something to do with it.” This is the latest in a series of setbacks to the Soviet oil industry. and this has to happer! His two principal deputies. since replaced by Mikhail Sergetov.F.S. fewer than two hundred citizens in the city of Nizhnevartovsk. It was admitted only last fall at the plenum of the Communist Party Central Committee that production goals in both the Eastern Siberian fields “had not entirely fulfilled earlier hopes. Three hundred men were known to have died fighting the fire.” This seemingly mild statement is being seen in Western circles as a stinging indictment of the policies of now-departed Petroleum Industry minister Zatyzhin. AP-BA-01-31 0501EST*FL* MOSCOW.S.
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