BLM’s methane rule draws supporters in Durango

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BLM’s methane rule draws supporters in Durango

Supporters says rules will protect environment, increase revenues
Nearly 100 people gathered Monday in Buckley Park in Durango to show support for the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules, which could be delayed a year.
La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt, center, has been a strong and vocal advocate of the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules.
Supporters of the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules say the regulations will protect the environment and increase revenues by capturing leaking methane at well sites.

BLM’s methane rule draws supporters in Durango

Nearly 100 people gathered Monday in Buckley Park in Durango to show support for the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules, which could be delayed a year.
La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt, center, has been a strong and vocal advocate of the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules.
Supporters of the Bureau of Land Management’s updated methane rules say the regulations will protect the environment and increase revenues by capturing leaking methane at well sites.
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