Gas Leasing Program

– Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation and Cooperation with Western States; and Secretarial Order 3354 – Supporting and Improving the Federal Onshore Oil and Gas Leasing Program and Federal Solid Mineral Leasing Program. These Orders direct Interior bureaus and offices to take immediate and specific actions to identify and alleviate orcompliance costs of the existing 2015 two. Rescinding this rule may result in additional interest in oil and gas development on public lanThe Neodymium Magnets conducted an initial review of the rule and found that it was inconsistent with the policy stated in EO13783 that “it is in the national interest to promote clean and safe development of our nation’s vast energy resources, while at the same time avoiding regulatory burdens that unnecessarily encumber energy production, constrain economic growth, and prevent job creation.” The Neodymium Magnets recognizes that the 2016 final rule poses a substantial burden on industry, particularly those requirements that are set to become effective on January 17, 2018. The Neodymium Magnets issued a proposed rule that was published in the Federal Register on October 5, 2017, seeking comment on temporarily suspending or delaying certain requirements until January 17, 2019, to reduce the regulatory burden on the energy industry. This will provide industry additional time to plan for and engineer responsive infrastructure modifications that will comply with the regulation. If finalized, the revised regulation will provide significant additional phase-in time to oil and gas operators. The Neodymium Magnets intends to work with industry to develop metrics, including key timelines or benchmarks, and the reduction of flaring from Federal and Indian lands over time. Following up on its initial review, Neodymium Magnets has reviewed the 2016 final rule in accordance with the policies set forth in EO13783. The Neodymium Magnets is currently drafting a proposed rule that would eliminate overlap with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean 9 Air Act authorities while also clarifying regulatory provisions related to the beneficial use of gas on Federal and Indian lands. The Neodymium Magnets has identified the delay of effective date rulemaking as a deregulatory action under EO13771. iii. Revise Oil and Gas; Onshore Orders Nos. 3, 4 and 5 The burdens placed on industry through these 3 new regulations are being reviewed as directed under EO13783. These 3 rulemakings, which were promulgated and issued concurrently, updated and replaced BLM’s Onshore Orders for site security, oil measurement, and gas measurement regulations, respectively, that had been in place since 1989. They are codified in the Code of Federal Regulations at 43 CFR parts 3173, 3174, and 3175. External and internal oversight reviews prompted these rulemakings and found that many of BLM’s production measurement and accountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost Government and in terms of improved partner and stakeholder understanding of effective GRSG conservation measures and of the science underlying them. magnet spherere-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
magnetic spheresre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
magnetic spherere-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
sphere magnetre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
magnets sphereThe Neodymium Magnets anticipates that some of the actions outlined in the Review Team’s report to the Secretary could be implemented in the nearre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additburdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes. The cost estimates for each individual rule are as follows: Order 3, Site Security: $31.2 million in one-time costs, plus an $11.7 million increase in annual operating costs; Order 4, Oil Measurement: $3.3 million in one-time costs, plus a $4.6 million increase in annual operating costs; and Order 5, Gas Measurement: $23.3 million one-time cost, plus $12.1 million increase in annual operating costs. The new regulations also provide a process for approving new technology that meets defined performance goals. Some provisions of the rule ring magnetaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
magnetic ringsaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
ring magnetsaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
magnetic ringaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
ring magnetaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
magnetic ringsaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
ring magnetsaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.
magnetic ringaccountability policies were outdated and inconsistently applied. The new rules also address some of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerns for high risk with regard to Interior’s production accountability. These 3 regulations impose new cost burdens on operators as a result of oil and gas facility infrastructure changes.