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Category:National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska

English: The National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NRPA) is a 23.5 million acre (36,700 sq. mi. or 95,000 km²) area of the North Shore of Alaska, with large oil and natural gas resources, kept by the United States federal government as an emergency source of oil. It was established in 1923 as Naval Petroleum Reserve Number 4, and renamed in 1976 when it was transferred to the United States Department of the Interior.
Object location70° 00′ 00″ N, 157° 00′ 00″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityramainfo
National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska 
largest single piece of public protected land in the United States
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LocationAlaska North Slope, Alaska
Located in or next to body of water Beaufort Sea
Operator
Inception
  • 1923
Area
  • 23,599,999 acre
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阿拉斯加國家石油儲備 (zh-hant); 阿拉斯加国家石油储备 (zh-cn); National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska (en); 阿拉斯加国家石油储备 (zh-hans); アラスカ国家石油保留地 (ja) largest single piece of public protected land in the United States (en) National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, NPR-A, NPRA (en)

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