1 edition of Flat Canyon federal coal lease tract (UTU-77114) found in the catalog.
by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Region, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office in Price, Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Written in English
This Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) was written in response to an application to lease the Flat Canyon Coal Lease Tract by Canyon Fuel Company, LLC. The purpose of the application is to potentially add adjacent recoverable coal reserves to the permit area for the Skyline Mine and extend the mine life for an estimated 9-12 years ... The RFDS [reasonably foreseeable development scenario] projects underground coal mining within the tract and adjacent private lands, including some minor surface developments consisting of two ventilation shafts and 10 coal exploration drill holes (development drilling)...the responsible agency officials must decide whether or not to offer the tract for competitive leasing and, if offered, what special stipulations to include in the lease for protection of the coal resources and other natural resources on the Manti-La Sal National Forest.
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|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Utah State Office, United States. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement. Western Regional Coordinating Center|
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The Canyon Creek leases are far from most existing infrastructure, therefore transportation of coal from a mine is a significant consideration. In the best interest finding, the state discussed a road (possibly in collaboration with Whistler), a rail spur to Port MacKenzie, and a road/conveyor to the export terminal of the proposed Chuitna Coal. The Obama administration on Friday brought a temporary halt to new coal mining leases on federal lands while it conducts a three-year review meant to bring coal leasing in line with U.S. climate Author: Climate Central.
East of the reservation and north of The Divide lies a 48,acre tract of roadless land owned by the state of Utah. South of The Divide and west of the Green River, the remaining , acres of the Desolation Canyon-Book Cliffs wilderness are BLM land. It is all marvelous wilderness. The government’s longtime practice of auctioning coal-mining rights to a single bidder may have cost taxpayers as much as $ billion over the past 30 years, according to an analysis to be.
of the lease. C. The Coal Industry, however, believes the Secretary has misinterpreted the FCLAA and the Act does not mandate automatic imposition of a 12*5 royalty on all pre-FCLAA leases subject to readjustment. Further, industry believes the lease contract establishes a commercial relationship under which the lease terms, e.g. reasonableAuthor: Marilyn S. Kite. Canyon Creek Coal Lease Sale Location The Canyon Creek Coal lease sale area encompas acres and will be offered as a single lease tract. The tract consists of state-owned uplands located in the Susitna Valley. The lease sale area is located along the southeast flank of the Alaska Range, in a north-south belt.
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today held a competitive coal lease sale by sealed bid for the Flat Canyon Coal Tract -- a 2, acre area in Sanpete County that is estimated to contain approximately 42 million tons of recoverable coal and is adjacent to the Skyline mine, which contains other federal coal leases.
The Federal coal reserves in the Flat Canyon Federal Coal Lease Tract UTU would not be recovered and underground mining would continue until available coal reserves are mined out in Reclamation would last two years after closure and continue until Canyon Fuel Company’s.
The lands included in the delineated Federal coal lease tract (“Flat Canyon”) are located in Sanpete County, Utah approximately 10 miles southwest of Scofield, Utah on public and private land located in the Manti-La Sal National Forest are are described as follows: T.
13 S., R. 6 E., SLM. Sect LotsE2E2. Skyline is an underground coal mine located near Helper, Utah. The Flat Canyon Federal Coal Lease Tract UTU is in Sanpete County, Utah.
Private coal resources located in Sanpete and Emery Counties are directly adjacent to the Flat Canyon Federal Coal Lease Tract UTU and would be mined via access through the lease. Hydrologic Review, Skyline Mine – Flat Canyon Lease Addition, Federal Coal Lease Tract UTU, Carbon and Emery Counties, Utah, dated 19 December The document was prepared by Loughlin Water Associates, LLC (Loughlin) of Park City, Utah.
(It should be noted that the tract identification number is stated incorrectly in the. Coal Hollow is just one of three federal coal leases currently in play, all connected with existing mines.
At auction on Wednesday, Bowie Resource Partners submitted the only bid on the 2,acre Flat Canyon coal tract — a total of $ million or $6, per acre.
Lease By Application (LBA) Process File an application with the appropriate BLM State Office indicating your interest in a specific coal tract, as outlined in 43 Flat Canyon federal coal lease tract book subpart There is no standard application form, so you are encouraged to work closely with the BLM State Office to determine what information they will require in your application.
bids, generally set at 40 to 50 percent of a tract's value, were likely to spur bidding competition. The decision to adopt entry level bidding had a dramatic impact on the lease prices which would have been published in Interior's Notice of Sale.
At the. The tract is adjacent to the Skyline mine which contains other federal coal leases. The coal beds contained in this tract are under an average of 1, feet cover from the surface. The coal in the Flat Canyon tract has two economical coal beds; the Lower O’Conner B and the Flat Canyon beds. The minable portions of these coal beds are.
Miller Canyon Tract Competitive Coal Lease is a acre authorized coal lease in Emery, Utah owned by Bronco Utah Reserves Incorporated. Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Price Field Office under the serial number UTU The last action for this lease occurred on October 1, ERP No.
F3-AFS-J Flat Canyon Federal Coal Lease Tract (UTU), Application for Leasing, Manti-La Sal National Forest, Ferron-Price Ranger District, Sanpete and Emery Counties, UT.
Summary: No formal comment letter was sent to. President Donald Trump is expected to lift a moratorium on federal coal-mining leases -- though it probably won’t do the industry much good until years after he’s left office.
That’s because. BLM to offer coal tract for lease in Utah Aug Coal, Company News, Government, News, North America 0 The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) said last week it will offer the Greens Hollow coal tract in Utah for lease in a sale under exceptions outlined in a three-year federal moratorium on new coal leases.
Uinta Basin Coal Lease is a acre authorized coal lease in Carbon, Utah owned by Canyon Fuel Company LLC and Canyon Fuel Company LLC. Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Price Field Office under the serial number UTU The last action for this lease occurred on February 1, The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today held a competitive coal lease sale by sealed bid for the Greens Hollow Coal Tract— a 6, acre area in Sanpete and Sevier Counties that is estimated to contain approximately million tons of recoverable coal and is adjacent to the SUFCO mine, which contains other federal coal leases.
The Grand Canyon Trust is currently active in two lawsuits involving the federal coal-leasing program. One case, in federal court in Utah, is challenging the government’s approval of a lease expansion called Flat Canyon, at the Skyline Coal Mine, on the Wasatch Plateau, which we believe violated the National Environmental Policy Act.
the market for the federal coal they are producing. This article Coal lease activity planning is the third step, and it is a critical part of the leasing process.
Here, the RCT guides the tract delineation process, including the selection of tracts that will meet. Public can comment on federal coal lease modification — Ma (Press release) — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) High Plains District Office (HPDO) announces the availability of an environmental assessment (EA) (DOI-BLM-WYEA) analyzing the impacts of a modification of coal lease WYW at the Antelope Mine.
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DEPARTMENT Of THE INTERIOR BUREAU O* LAND MANAGEMENT January 9r. The U.S. coal market has become increasingly dominated by Federal coal. • Over 40 percent of the U.S.
coal market is supplied by coal and this share has Federal increased substantially over the past several decades. On average, coal is Federal substantially less expensive than nonFederal coal, and the ratio of non- -Federal to Federal. Federal Coal Bonus Bids and Royalty Collected - $1, $1, $1, $1, $, $,Federal agencies denounce proposed coal lease near Bryce Canyon National Park – BLM inundated by agency and public comments In a scathing rebuke to the Bureau of Land Management’s plans to offer a coal lease near Bryce Canyon National Park, the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service sent the BLM extensive comments calling.Public notice of the proposed Canyon Creek coal lease was provided in accordance with AS The preliminary decision was noticed on the Alaska state public notice website on Octo The notice was published in the Anchorage Daily News on Octoand the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman on Octo