BLM won’t lease Teshekpuk Lake in NPR-A
Agency removes 219,000 acres of lake, islands; defers 430,000 acres north, east of lake for 10 years; sale likely this fall
The Bureau of Land Management met one of the goals it had in revising its plans for the Northeast National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, but failed to find a way to offer the area’s most prospective oil and gas acreage, north and east of Teshekpuk Lake, for leasing.
In a supplemental final plan for nor....
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