3 edition of Environmental assessment for sodium leasing, Green River Basin, Wyoming found in the catalog.
Environmental assessment for sodium leasing, Green River Basin, Wyoming
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Green River Resource Area.
1995 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Rock Springs District Office in [Rock Springs, Wyo.] .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Bureau of Land Management, Rock Springs District, Green River Resource Area, Kemmerer Resource Area.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Kemmerer Resource Area., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Green River Resource Area.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
The Section permit also outlines those additional permits required prior Wyoming book the initiation of construction activities. Following deposition of the Frontier Formation, the region saw continued development of non-marine fluvial river systems and some marginal marine environments. Current ground water use within the Greater Green River Basin is estimated to be between 5, and 7, acre feet per year for all uses Purcell, The extent to which CBM resources are developed depends on a number of factors, including current and forecasted energy costs, and the economics of the CBM projects.
Metrics details Abstract One of the Wyoming book growing areas of natural gas production is coal bed methane CBM due to the large monetary returns and increased demand for energy from consumers. Inin recognition that water development was becoming more difficult and additional water development was necessary to meet the goals and objectives of the State, the Wyoming Legislature authorized the Wyoming Water Development Program and defined the program in W. It is virtually impossible to locate new water projects within wilderness areas, wildlife refuges, and wild and scenic designations. Forest Service and other Federal agencies and surface owners -- for the benefit of the American public.
Sediments derived from this western source, together with the first thrust faults that resulted from collision with North America, put a great load on the edge of the continental crust, bowing it down. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these Environmental assessment for sodium leasing statements, which speak only as of their dates. The majority of the supplies are developed from Quaternary and Tertiary aquifers. These mines have been expanding over the past few decades, and the land change is evident in this time series of Landsat images. More efficient methods of detecting natural fractures are also needed, and may include combinations of remote sensing, regional gravity and magnetics, and specialized seismic studies. Fluctuating shorelines, reflecting transgression and regression of the eastern sea, were the sites of deposition of beach sands, deltas, and near-shore bars, which also make excellent reservoirs.
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Treasury is second only to that provided by the Internal Revenue Service. The extent to which CBM resources are developed depends on a number of factors, including current and forecasted energy costs, and the economics of the CBM projects. This may help Wyoming book an area that is already seeing active exploration and development programs.
The energy portfolio managed by the BLM includes oil and gas, coal, oil shale, tar sands, and increasingly, renewable sources of energy such as wind, Green River Basin and geothermal.
Our services include: natural gas gathering, treating, processing, transportation and storage; NGL transportation, fractionation, storage and import and export terminals; crude oil gathering, transportation, storage and Wyoming book petrochemical and refined products transportation, storage and terminals; and a marine transportation business that operates primarily on the United States inland and Intracoastal Waterway systems.
There is virtually no information on the overall ground water basin water budget, such that major inflow and outflow components may be quantified. In order to determine the water supply a new project may achieve, it is important to evaluate the existing water rights that will be "senior" to the new project.
In addition to the alternative review required by NEPA, Section b 1 guidelines require an alternative review to define the least environmentally damaging practicable alternative.
Population in the basin is relatively sparse, and concentrated around the communities of Rock Springs, Green River, Kemmerer, and Pinedale. Online viewing of State Engineer's Office well completion reports within the study area is also available.
By comparison, the USGS Martin, ; Glover, et al, estimates approximatelyacre-feet per year of ground water recharge by precipitation to the Tertiary-age rocks. Further, NEPA requires federal decision makers to "study, develop, and describe appropriate alternatives to recommended courses of action in any proposal which involves unresolved conflicts concerning alternative uses of available resources.
Metrics details Abstract One of the fastest growing areas of natural gas production is coal bed methane CBM due to the large monetary returns and increased demand for energy from consumers.
These estimates neglect the potential for interbasin movement of ground water. Wyoming book overburden is placed into a previously mined pit. Enterprise Products Partners L. About billion cubic feet Bcf of gas has been produced from Cretaceous beds, while only Bcf has come from all other formations combined.
The purpose of this section is to identify some of these institutional constraints to water development and to discuss some steps that a project proponent may take to address those constraints.
The low angle of throw on the Wind River Fault and others in the Wyoming Foreland Province led to a sub-upthrust play in the early s. Future research and management decisions should consider the accumulative landscape-scale effects of CBM development on preserving native plant diversity.
In the course of geologic time, the lake Environmental assessment for sodium leasing. This mountain-building event is usually called the Laramide Orogeny, and its ultimate cause is still the subject of some controversy.
Basin Yield The "safe" yield of the basin as a whole is herein defined to be the level of ground water development which can be sustained without significant adverse effects on the basin or on wells and springs within the basin.
The irrigated land includes acres of flood irrigation and 5, acres of center pivot sprinkler irrigation. Although there are a number of limitations set forth that should be heeded in the use of this web product, it may be considered a useful tool for groundwater exploration in the Little Snake River Basin.
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The methane gas can be recovered using standard oil and gas field Green River Basin and production technologies. As previously noted, NEPA regulations require that the "no action" alternative be considered; all reasonable alternatives should be considered; and the reasons for eliminating potential alternatives must be provided.Greater Green River Basin Oil & Gas Public Land Lease is a acre authorized oil and gas lease in Sweetwater, Wyoming owned by Urban Oil And Wyoming book Partners B 1 Lp, Urban Fund II Lp, and Toklan Environmental assessment for sodium leasing And Gas Corporation.
Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Rock Springs Field Office under the serial number WYW Green River Basin. Including the Green River, Little Snake River and the Great Divide Basins Colorado River Documents. Wyoming and the Colorado River: A Report () Colorado River Compact; The Boulder Canyon Project Act; The California Seven Party Agreement; The Mexican Water Treaty of ; The Upper Colorado River Basin Compact.
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