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An energy company has withdrawn its right-of-way application to the Bureau of Land Management for a controversial project near Chaco Culture National Historic Park.


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A battle is brewing over the Obama administration’s adoption of a new rule regarding methane.

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Southwest author and wilderness advocate Terry Tempest Williams and her husband, Brooke, have appealed the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to reject their bid on two oil and gas leases in Grand County, Utah.


Bureau of Land Management

The Obama Administration has finalized a Bureau of Land Management rule designed to reduce methane emissions, but critics hope it will be overturned when Donald Trump takes office.


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Citizens in Bluff, Utah, are voicing alarm about a possible effort by the Utah State Institutional Trust Lands Administration, SITLA, to create a major energy development north and east of the town.


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