The project area is located primarily on 177,644 acres of BLM-administered lands. Development of these resources will bring secure, domestic energy to American consumers while creating 2,710 jobs and $613 million in economic activity annually, according to a recent study prepared for the Western Energy Alliance.As a result of a collaborative process among federal, state, local and tribal governments, Gasco and the Utah conservation community, BLM altered the boundaries of the project to further protect the resources associated with the Green River and Nine Mile Canyon. Gasco agreed to this change to further protect the valuable wild and scenic values along the Green River and the downstream Desolation Canyon.
Gasco Energy, Inc. Announces Publication Of BLM Record Of Decision For The Uinta Basin Development Project EIS
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