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BLM Publishes Final Rules Regulating Hydraulic Fracturing on Public and Indian Lands

26 March 2015

Energy Alert

The Federal Land Policy and Management Act, Indian mineral leasing laws, and other statutes charge the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with administering oil and gas operations on public and Indian lands in a manner that protects the lands while allowing for appropriate development of the resources. BLM manages approximately 700 million subsurface acres of federal mineral estate and approximately 56 million acres of Indian mineral estate across the United States.

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