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BLM pulls lease parcels after protests

Fresh off the press, The Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction is reporting that “The Bureau of Land Management removed more than 58,000 acres from its Nov. 8 oil and gas lease sale after receiving protests from Grand County, a slate of environmental groups, several towns and some Grand County residents.” 

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  1. Energy development across the Rocky Mountain region | The Ranch Post

    […] oil and gas reserves and sometimes shying away from ecologically-sensitive, unproven areas. (See 10/31/07 posting on protests in Grand County that caused the BLM to remove more than 58,000 acres from its Nov. 8 […]

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  2. The Ranch Post » New laws might force energy companies out of Colorado

    […] we saw the BLM and energy companies shying away from ecologically-sensitive areas, such as land in Grand County and Garfield County in Colorado, the Upper North Platte Valley in Wyoming, and most recently we […]

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