The Amarillo Field Office has two primary missions: Administration of the Federal Helium Program, and management of a 12,000-acre tract of Federal land near Amarillo known as the Cross Bar Ranch. Click below to learn more about each.
In the Spotlight
Notice of Crude Helium Auction and Sale for Fiscal Year 2017 Delivery
BLM Helium Sales Generate $115 Million in 2016
Prairie Dog Population Control at Satanta Maintenance Facility in Satanta, Kansas
FY16 Helium Auction Yields $28.54 Million
The Bureau of Land Management conducted its second annual auction of Federal helium at the Amarillo Field Office, under the terms of the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013. A total of 300 MMcf from the Federal Helium Reserve near Amarillo was offered in 18 lots ranging from 5-25 MMcf. Bids ranged from $100 to $106 per Mcf, generating a total of $28,545,000 in revenue.
2016 Storage Contract
Amarillo Field Office Employee Travels to Brussels
There are currently no major planning projects for the Amarillo Field Office
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