||Text of BMP
||20-foot undisturbed vegetative border
||"Maintain a minimum 20-foot undisturbed vegetative border between toe-of-fill of pad and/or pit areas and the edge of adjacent drainages, unless ...
||A BLM approved plan is required on 21-40% slopes where surface disturbing activities cannot be avoided
||"Fragile Soils/Slopes: Planning Area Wide: If surface disturbing activities cannot be avoided on slopes from 21-40% a plan will be required. The plan ...
||A botanical expert must be on site when vegetation is cleared
||Project Implementation Phase: "3. Ensure that a botanical expert is on site when clearing of vegetation occurs in the vicinity of plant species of ...
||A Class III cultural resources survey must be conducted over all proposed surface disturbance areas.
||CULTURAL RESOURCES: "A Class III cultural resources survey, conducted by a qualified archaeologist, would be conducted over all areas proposed for ...
||A current aerial photo is necessary to show the proposed oil and gas locations.
||"c. Information Requirements.... The following information may be included as part of a Comprehensive Drilling Plan, depending on the circumstance: ...
||A Drilling Plan may be submitted for one or more wells
||III. Requirements for the Drilling Plan: "A Drilling Plan may be submitted for a single well or as a Master Drilling Plan for several wells within a ...
||A GAP will be required of all oil and gas operators prior to exploration or development activities.
||GS-LN-ROAN 14 Geographic Area Proposal (GAP): "A GAP will be required of oil and gas operators prior to exploration or development activities."
||A minimum of 3 feet of backfill cover over a drilling pit
||"d. Drilling pit closure. As part of interim reclamation, drilling pits shall be closed in the following manner: (3)Minimum cover. On crop lands, a ...
||A pre-construction feld meeting may be conducted
||"A pre-construction field meeting may be conducted prior to beginning any dirt work approved under this APD."
||A professional engineer must design all roads
||Transportation Planning: "2. All roads should be designed by a professional engineer."
||A Surface Use Plan submitted for one or more wells where construction and reclamation would be the same in Project
||IV. Requirements for the Surface Use Plan: "A Surface Use Plan may be submitted for a single well or as a Master Surface Use Plan for several wells ...
||A variety of techniques may be applied to reduce impacts on oil and gas sites.
||Mitigating development impacts: "A variety of techniques may be applied to reduce or mitigate impacts of oil and gas activities in active production ...
||Abandoned road reclamation would require reshaping, recontouring, and resurfacing
||"Developed or Designed Roads: Reclamation of abandoned roads would include requirements for reshaping, recontouring, resurfacing with topsoil, ...
||Abandoned sites must be satisfactorily rehabilitated
||Reclamation: "Abandoned sites must be satisfactorily rehabilitated in accordance with a plan approved by the BLM. "
||Abide by State and local laws pertaining to disposal of human waste
||"All State and local laws and regulations pertaining to disposal of human and solid waste will be complied with."
||Access roads should be located on grades less than 8%
||Access Roads: "Access roads should be located on grades less than 8%, where possible."
||Access roads should be practical and avoid erosion. All vehicles will not travel outside of the original access road boundary
||"e. Surface disturbance minimization. (4) Access roads. Existing roads shall be used to the greatest extent practicable to avoid erosion and minimize ...
||Access route closures will be accompanied by public outreach
||"Transportation: Access route closures will be accompanied by public outreach, including appropriate signage to ameliorateconflicts between the ...
||Accommodate a 10-year flood with culverts
||Drainage and Drainage Structures: Surface Drainage: "Culverts should accommodate a 10-year flood without development of a static head and avoid ...
||Accomplish reclamation as soon as possible after disturbance; continue efforts until site is stabilized
||"Reclamation: All reclamation is expected to be accomplished as soon as possible after the disturbance occurs, with efforts continuing until a ...