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Utah Mining and Minerals Bureau of Land Management
General Mining and Minerals Information. BLM Utah is responsible for the adjudication, administration, and maintenance of coal and solid non-energy lease authorizations approved on Federally owned mineral estate. We also record and adjudicate mining claim instruments filed with the BLM under the 1872 Mining Law. The BLM Utah administers approximately 22.9 million acres of public lands and
Reclamation Bureau of Land Management blm.gov
Utah; Wyoming; Coronavirus Updates. You are here. Home > Tags. Keyword: Reclamation Displaying 1 13 of 13 of items tagged with the keyword . Site Page. Wyoming: Offices: High Desert District: JIO-PAPO: JIO. About the Jonah Interagency Mitigation and Reclamation Office (JIO) terms: Oil-and-Gas, Reclamation, Wyoming. regions: High Desert DO, Wyoming. updated: Thursday, April 9, 2020
Utah Reclamation Bureau of Land Management
Utah Land ReclamationSuccess StoriesOriginally named the Valley Camp of Utah, the White Oak mine dates back to 1975. Reclamation began in 2004. These pictures paint a thousand words showing proper reclamation of the land. Click this link for the full story about the White Oak Mine.
Mining and Minerals Bureau of Land Management
Mining and MineralsMineral development is an important land use within the BLM's multiple-use mandate. In communities across the country, mining provides jobs, economic activity and important commodities that are essential to maintain a high quality of life.Learn more about mining and minerals on BLM-managed lands.
Utah Bureau of Land Management
The San Rafael Swell uranium mine closures project recently won the Abandoned Mine Land Programs 2016 Hard Rock Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Awards for Physical Safety Hazards. The project was completed through a partnership with the State of Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program. Despite a happy ending, this project posed logistical challenges the swell sprawls out over 800
OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT
OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT Annual Evaluation Summary Report For the Regulatory Program Administered by the State Of Utah For Evaluation Year 2007 (July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007) (September 2007) i TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Overview of the Utah Coal Mining Industry III. Overview of Public Participation in the Utah Program • Evaluation
Welcome to Utah Reclamation Mitigation Conservation
PUBLIC NOTICES:. Our 2019 Draft Annual Report is available for review and comment until June 30, 2020.. A draft Environmental Assessment is released for public comment on a proposal to transfer federal ownership of CUP aquatic and wildlife mitigation lands to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Submit comments to Maureen Wilson by Thursday, July 2, 2020.
BLM announces reclamation and sustainable mineral
27/09/2018· WASHINGTON -- The Bureau of Land Management today recognized three hardrock mining companies for advancing the use of sustainable development practices in their work. The awards were presented at a ceremony officiated by Kathy Benedetto, Senior Advisor to the Bureau of Land Management.The BLM’s 2018 Reclamation and Sustainable Mineral Development Awards went to
Home Page Bureau of Land Management BLM Utah
The BLM Utah State Office is closed until further notice due to earthquake damage. We will post updates on our social media and website as they are available. The safety of our employees and the public is our top priority. Utah BLM Offices. Contact Us. Utah State Office . Utah State Office. 440 West 200 South, Ste. 500. Salt Lake City, UT 84101. Phone: (801) 539-4001. Email: blm_ut_so_public
Reclamation Bureau of Land Management
The BLM must approve an operator’s reclamation plan prior to construction at an oil and gas site. The BLM reviews this plan as part of the surface use plan of operations that an operator submits for review. The operator must also enter its reclamation plan into the BLM’s Automated Fluid Minerals Management System 2 (AFMSS2) database.
Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining
"The mining of coal, minerals, oil and natural gas production play an important part in Utah's economy, and without these natural resources we would not enjoy the standard of living we do in our modern society. The Division of Oil, Gas and Mining ensures our access to these natural resources in an environmentally responsible manner, while our Abandoned Mine Program works to protect the public
Bureau of Land Management Solid Minerals Program
BLM Manages more than 700 million acres of Federal mineral estate (29% of the area of the U.S) General Steps for Mineral Authorizations • Regional Land Use Planning • Application Submittal • Environmental Analysis • Bonding • Mineral Authorization or Permit • Competitive or Non-competitive • Inspections • Reclamation . Mining Law Program . Mining Law Program Authority . Mining
Kane County BLM-GSENM Proposed Reclamation
7/02/2009· The BLM along with the Utah Division of Oil Gas and Mining as directed by the Office of Surface Mining joined up with the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument in 2008 to attempt to destroy
Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Mining Utah
Natural Resources: Title R634. Administration. HTML: compressed RTF: Title R637. Energy and Resource Planning. HTML: compressed RTF: Title R638.
RECORD OF DECISION Federal Coal Lease UTU-081895 Kane
2.2Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining‐ SMCRAPermitting The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining (UT DOGM) is the regulatory authority (RA) for coal mines in Utah that occur on state and private lands. As provided for under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 (SMCRA), in 1980, OSMRE approved the State of Utah’s coal
cc: Chris Conrad BLM Price Field Office Utah
This letter documents the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement's (OSMRE) determination of whether mining through the Emery Right-of-Way additional adjacent area at the underground Emery Deep Mine constitutes a mining plan modification. Mining plans and mining plan modifications require approval by the Assistant Secretary of Land and Minerals Management (ASLM)
Minerals Bonding FAQs Bureau of Land Management
Additionally, the BLM Washington Office has set policy that the required bond amount will be rounded up to the nearest dollar for a reclamation cost estimate ending in $0.50 or more and rounded down to the nearest dollar for a reclamation cost estimate ending in less than $0.50. For example, a reclamation cost estimate of $7,157.50 would result in a minimum required bond amount of $7,158. And
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Mine Safety and
The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977, August 3, 1977 (30 U.S.C. § 1201 et seq.). 5. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 43 Parts 3400-3480. 6. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 25 Part 211. III. Specific Responsibilities for Underground Coal Mines The MSHA: 1. Enforces the Mine Act at all surface and underground mines. 2. Enforces compliance with mandatory safety and health
Programs: Energy-and-Minerals: Mining-and-Minerals:
BLM Nevada 3809 Reclamation Bonding Guidelines (.pdf) How to obtain Mineral Materials from BLM administered federal lands; State of Nevada's Mining Claim Forms; Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) Chapter 517: Mining Claims, Mill sites and Tunnel Rights; CONTACT US. Lacy Trapp Branch Chief Mineral Resources (Solids) 775-861-6599 [email protected]
Annual Utah Mining and Reclamation Results Utah Bond Forfeiture Activity Utah Staffing Funds Granted to Utah by OSM Utah Inspection Activity Utah Enforcement Activity Lands Unsuitable Activity Utah Reclamation Status Table . Annual Evaluation Summary Report EY 2009 Introd uction The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 (SMCRA) created the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation