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Improving Access to Onshore Oil & Gas Resources on Federal Lands Project Funding: U.S. DOE-NETL Prepared for: Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission Prepared by: ALL Consulting March 2007
|Okla State Agency||
Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission
|Okla Agency Code||
|Title||Improving access to onshore oil & gas resources on federal lands.|
|Alternative title||Federal access report|
ALL Consulting (Firm)
Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission.
United States. Department of Energy.
National Energy Technology Laboratory (U.S.)
|Publisher||Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission|
Oil and gas leases--United States.
Public lands--United States.
|Purpose||This document is aimed at providing information which can be utilized nationally to increase access to federal lands through the development of consistent environmental analysis methods and supporting research and data needs specific to onshore oil and gas development. The goal is to accomplish this by fostering sound and standardized environmental analysis methodologies. The approach utilized to reach such objectives, in general, begins by identifying technologically based tools and methods that can be implemented in a practical and feasible manner to streamline the NEPA process for oil and gas development; while at the same time maintaining a legitimate balance with environmental protection and resource development which is consistent across different state and federal agency jurisdictions. This guide is intended to enable land management agencies and operators to make decisions that support access to federal resources while achieving a balance between environmental protection and fluid mineral development.|
|Notes||Project Funding: U.S. DOE-NETL; The Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) and ALL Consulting (ALL) conducted this study as co-researchers in cooperation with the oil and gas agencies of Alaska (Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission), Montana (Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation), and Wyoming (Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission), as well as the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. The effort was overseen by NETL’s, National Petroleum Technology Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma.; DE-PS26-04NT15460-01|
|OkDocs Class#||O300.8 I34a 2007|
|Digital Format||PDF, Adobe Reader required|
|ODL electronic copy||Downloaded from agency website: http://www.iogcc.state.ok.us/Websites/iogcc/Images/Final_Fed_Access_Rpt.pdf|
|Rights and Permissions||This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. copyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders.|
|Full text||Improving Access to Onshore Oil & Gas Resources on Federal Lands Project Funding: U.S. DOE-NETL Prepared for: Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission Prepared by: ALL Consulting March 2007|
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