The Grand Junction Field Office has transitioned to a new NEPA Register. All NEPA projects initiated in 2015 and 2016 are posted in ePlanning. Documents for NEPA documents initiated prior to FY 2015 are logged or posted on this website. Please click here to visit the BLM NEPA Register and ePlanning Website. Click on the Text Search tab to navigate to the GJFO Fiscal Year* 2015 or 2016 NEPA Register. *BLM fiscal years begin on October 1 and end on Septermber 30th.
Current Actions Fiscal Year (FY) 2016
CX = Categorical Exclusion
|CX(390) = Categorical Exclusion (Statutory)|
DNA = Documentation of NEPA Adequacy and Land Use Plan Conformance
EA = Environmental Assessment
EIS = Environmental Impact Statement
Please select the NEPA log below for the year of interest.
|On October 1, 2014, NW BLM Colorado consolidated Grand Junction Field Office Oil and Gas actions under the Colorado River Field Office. |
| Nepa documents associated with Oil and Gas can be found at the links below. Coal actions are now handled by the Little Snake Field Office. Those actions can also be found below. |
| Oil & Gas|| Coal|
| DOI-BLM-CO-N040-2015-0005-CX: 2D Seismic Geophysical Survey||DOI-BLM-CO-130-2013-005-EIS: Book Cliffs Coal Lease by Application|
| DOI-BLM-CO-N040-2015-0014-CX: Microseismic Study HDU 9-41 Well Pad|| |
|DOI-BLM-CO-N040-2015-0024-EA: De Beque Southwest mater Development Plan|| |
|DOI-BLM-CO-N040-2015-0025-EA: Homer Deep Master Development Plan Proposed Action Dear Reader Letter|| |
|DOI-BLM-CO-130-2012-0005-EA: Genesis The Breaks 5 Wells ON HOLD|| |
Most projects also require compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). This register serves as scoping for both NEPA and NHPA public involvement.
For more information on these projects, contact the Grand Junction Field Office at 970-244-3000. This page will be updated monthly, on or near the last day of the month.
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