BLM Fracture Rule: Regulation Adds Layer Of Complexity

First published in The American Oil & Gas Reporter, April 2015

By Larry Nettles, Jay Rothrock, and Corinne Snow

The U.S. Department of Interior’s new rule regulating hydraulic fracturing establishes many new requirements that increase the regulatory burden for wells drilled on federal and Indian lands, and may ultimately make drilling on those lands less attractive than similar projects on nearby lands that are subject only to state regulation. Read the entire article here.


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