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Onsites: Oil and Gas Well Permitting

 

Rescheduled for February 18, 2016

The BLM has scheduled an onsite inspection for the NE Chaco Loop pipeline. The project begins in sec 11 T23N R7W. We will meet Thursday, February 18, 2016 at the 44 store at 8:30am and head to the project location on CR 0378.

Please dress appropriately for the conditions. If we are to visit any active well location, you will be required to wear personal protective equipment; steel toed boots, flame resistant clothing, and a hard hat. I don’t aniticpate this, but it is a requirement on an active location.

If you have any questions please contact Scott Hall at 505-564-7721 or shall@blm.gov

 

Scheduled February 4, 2016

Postponed until further notice

The BLM Farmington Field Office has scheduled an onsite inspection for Williams Four Corners. Williams Four Corners has proposed a 13206.6 foot long gas pipeline (El Cendro to Trunk F) located in Rio Arriba County, T. 29 N., R. 5 W., sec 30 and T. 29 N., R. 6 W., sec 11, 14, 24, 25 If you have any questions please contact Katie White Bull at 505-564-7725 or kwhitebull@blm.gov.