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BLM releases NPL Final Environmental Impact Statement
Sublette Examiner | 06-26-18 | Download PDF »
The Bureau of Land Management released the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Normally Pressured Lance Natural Gas Development Project in Sublette County on June 22. The FEIS is not a decision document, but one will be issued within 30 days.
Jonah Energy Announces BLM’s Release of Final Environmental Impact Statement of the NPL Natural Gas Project

Jonah Energy | 06-22-18 | Download PDF »

 

Throughout the more than seven-year process, Jonah Energy has worked closely with the State of Wyoming, the BLM and environmental partners to ensure the project has minimal impact on the community, environment and wildlife.

BLM releases Final Environmental Impact Statement for major Wyoming natural gas project

Bureau of Land Management | 06-21-18 | Download PDF »

The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming has taken the next step in providing responsible energy development on America’s public lands by releasing the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Normally Pressured Lance (NPL) Natural Gas Development Project.

Paper Outlines Wyoming Sage-Grouse Success

Sublette Examiner | 04-03-18 | Download PDF »

For more than 18 years, private citizens, industry and government groups have worked in Wyoming to conserve sage grouse and their habitat.

Environmental groups call for methane regulations from lost natural gas; industry says they’re not needed

Casper Star-Tribune | 03-22-18 | Download PDF »

Environmental groups released a report citing high amounts of lost state revenue from flared and leaked natural gas and calling for stricter regulations. Industry says it's more complicated.

Wyoming's quiet governor faces a brash Interior Secretary, with a bird in the balance

Casper Star-Tribune | 11-04-17 | Link to Article »

To understand the latest battle over the greater sage grouse one need look no further than how Matt Mead and Ryan Zinke present themselves. 

New Fencing Eases Migration Route For Mule Deer

WY Public Media | 10-06-17 | Download PDF »

Mule deer can migrate a little bit easier starting this year

thanks to new fencing along their migration route. Wyoming’s Game and Fish Department replaced old livestock fencing this summer with the help of several partners.

If you would like to see all published documents related to this project, CLICK HERE.

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Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

 

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Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

 

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