Report questions adequacy of oil, gas inspections

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Presumably Mr. Hall is aware that those ‘40 wells’ are all up valley some distance, in no proximity to the organic farms and real estate he touts; and most unlike the 20,000 acres the agency is currently moving to lease under 30-year-old environmental analysis. 

Furthermore, those up valley wells are mostly on USFS land and private, meaning they are subject to more recent land use plans and specific oil and gas surface use stipulations (in the land use plan) that simply do not exist for the wells on BLM lands down valley.

Certainly Mr. Hall knows all this.



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