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Citation Label: MT23
Publication Name: Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement
Publication Type: Land Use Plan / NEPA Document
Section Name: Appendix O: Oil and Gas Lease Stipulations and Conditions of Approval
Author Name: Bureau of Land Management
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Publication Year: 2008
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http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/mt/field_offices/lewistown/um_rmp/proposed_rmp/vol_iii.Par.94182.File.dat/appO.pdf

Local Source File: MT23-UpperMissouriRiverBreaksNationalMonumentProposedResourceManagementPlanandFinalEnvironmentalImpactStatementAppendixO.pdf
Annotation: This Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement describes and analyzes six alternatives for managing the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument located in portions of Blaine, Chouteau, Fergus, and Phillips Counties in northcentral Montana. Appendix O includes mandatory (current management) and suggested lease stipulations for the protection of various resources.
Required vs.
Recommended:
"Required and Recommended -- ""This section of Appendix O provides the stipulations and conditions of approval that apply or would be applied to the oil and gas leases in the Monument under each alternative."" Pg. 1331 For this website, those that apply to existing leases are considered ""required""; those that would apply to new leases are only ""recommended"" at the EIS stage." Required provisions include the stipulations of Table O.1-1; Tables O.1-2 and O.1-3 are recommended because they do not apply to existing leases.
Ownership: "Federal -- ""The conditions of approval include specific conditions for timing, controlled surface use, and surface-disturbing or disruptive activities. The lease stipulations and conditions of approval only apply to federal minerals. These restrictions do not apply to private minerals adjacent to or intermingled with federal minerals."" Pg. xxvi, Reader's Guide and Summary

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