Where to put 3,000 new gas wells in Southwest Colorado?

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Where to put 3,000 new gas wells in Southwest Colorado?

Conservationists, energy industry clash over future of federal lands
Lines have been drawn over a Master Leasing Plan being considered by the Bureau of Land Management that would dictate where oil and gas development would be allowed on BLM-controlled lands.
Cliff Vancura/Durango Herald photo illustration
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Master Leasing Plan meetings:
10 a.m. Thursday, La Plata County Fairgrounds in Durango, public comments at 11:30 a.m.
6 p.m. Thursday at Mancos School Gym in Mancos, public comments at 7:30 p.m.
10 a.m. March 16 at Montezuma County Annex

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Where to put 3,000 new gas wells in Southwest Colorado?

Lines have been drawn over a Master Leasing Plan being considered by the Bureau of Land Management that would dictate where oil and gas development would be allowed on BLM-controlled lands.
Cliff Vancura/Durango Herald photo illustration
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