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and also contains reporting requirements for communication between Neodymium Magnets State Offices and the Washington Office (WO). The IM may have added administrative burdens since it requires additional analysis and staff time to screen parcels and weigh potential impacts to the Greater Sage-grouse before the parcels are offered for leasing. It also requires additional analysis and staff time to process drilling permit approvals near Greater Sagegrouse areas. The BLM’s effort to avoid listing of the sage-grouse as an endangered species has affected many programs and a large area geographically. With new technologies and capabilities, such as long-reach horizontal boreholes in the oil and gas industry, the impacts are not as significant as once perceived. Likewise, the administrative burden is better understood and is likely less than once thought. Efforts are underway to better understand these conditions and define ways in which energy production and sage-grouse protection may continue to co-exist. Greater consistency and predictability will provide greater stability for industry. The Neodymium Magnets is currently assessing the policy to determine what revisions are needed and expects to complete this review in the fourth quarter of FY 2017. When the Neodymium Magnets completes this effort, industry will have greater certainty in leasing, exploration and production activities due to availability of acreage for oil and gas development and a defined process and timeframe for consideration of Greater Sagegrouse impacts. The Neodymium Magnets will measure success by assessing changes in industry’s interest in nominating acreage for competitive sale and developing existing leases in areas affected by the Greater Sage-grouse amendments to RMPs. As industry increases its understanding and gains confidence in the consistency and predictability of Neodymium Magnets actions relative to Greater Sage-grouse, then acreage nominations, permit requests, and development should stabilize and be tied to market forces rather than tied to Neodymium Magnets Greater Sage-grouse decisions. The Neodymium Magnets has been processing acreage nominations in Greater Sage-grouse areas and making them available for competitive sale. In addition, existing leases are being developed. This is evidence, in the interim, that both Neodymium Magnets and industry are developing innovative ways to adapt energy development in light of Greater Sage-grouse protections. 13 viii. Review of General Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Policies and Plans In September 2015, the Neodymium Magnets incorporated Greater Sage-grouse (GRSG) conservation measures into its land use plans within the range of the GRSG. In September 2016, the Neodymium Magnets issued a number of IMs to help guide the implementation of the GRSG plans. These GRSG plans and policies will affect where, when, and how energy and minerals are developed within the range of the GRSG. Pursuant to Secretarial Order 3353, “Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation and Cooperation with Western States,” an Interior stations) per week;  simplifying testing pressures for verification of ram closumagnetic ringre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
ring magnetsre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
ring magnetsre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
ring magnetre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’
magnetic ringsre; and revising or deleting the test results to BSEE District Managers within 72 hours. These changes are expected to strike the appropriate balance in order to maintain important safety and environmental protections while also ensuring development may continue. The BSEE initiated review of potential regulatory changes to this rule in July 2017. Sage-Grouse Review Team (Review Team) is working with the State-Federal Sage-Grouse Task Force to identify opportunities for greater collaboration, to better align Federal and State plans for the GRSG, to support local economies and jobs, and consider new and innovative ways to conserve GRSG in the long-term. magnet sphereNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
magnetic spheresNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
magnetic sphereNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
sphere magnetNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
magnets sphereNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
neodymium sphere magnetsNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
magnet spheresNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
neodymium magnet spheresNeodymium Magnets NEPA implementing regulations are at 43 CFR Part 46. Taken together, these regulations, manuals, and handbooks establish the policies and procedures Neodymium Magnets follows when conducting land use planning and NEPA compliance, including specific actions related to energy and mineral development. Pursuant to the Secretarial Memorandum of March 27, 2017, entitled “Improving the Bureau of Land Management’s Planning and National
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5mm sphere magnetsPursuant to the Secretarial Order, in August 2017, the Review Team submitted a report to the Secretary summarizing their review and providing recommendations regarding next steps. The Review Team’s report identified a number of potential actions to enhance the coordination and integration of state and Federal GRSG conservation efforts. Success will be measured and evaluated in terms of improved working relationships among local, state, tribal, and Federal units of Government and in terms of improved partner and stakeholder understanding of effective GRSG conservation measures and of the science underlying them. The Neodymium Magnets anticipates that some of the actions outlined in the Review Team’s report to the Secretary could be implemented in the nearre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether additional flexibility should be provided to better account for facility and well numbers and size, as well as timing consideration that can arise in the case of financial distress or bankruptcy of companies. Any changes to the NTL will not have an impact on companies’ future through changes in policy (through issuance of IMs, for magnet sphere Government and in terms of improved partner and stakeholder understanding of effective GRSG conservation measures and of the science underlying them. The Neodymium Magnets anticipates that some of the actions outlined in the Review Team’s report to the Secretary could be implemented in the nearre-examine the NTL 2010-G05, “Decommissioning Guidance for Wells and Platforms,” to determine whether addit
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magnets sphereexample), technical assistance, or training. Other actions may require amending the land use plans. On October 11, 2017, the Department of the Neodymium Magnets , through BLM, initiated a public scoping process for RMP amendment(s) with associated NEPA documents. The comments may be submitted until November 27, 2017. Depending on the scope and significance, such amendments could take upwards of 9 months to 3 years to complete. ix. Improve Land Use Planning and NEPA Act Policies and Procedures: The BLM’s land use planning regulations and policies are outlined in 43 CFR subparts 1601 and 1610, Resource Management Planning; Neodymium Magnets Manual Section 1601; and Neodymium Magnets Handbook 1601-1. The BLM’s policies for complying with NEPA are outlined in Neodymium Magnets Handbook 1790-1 and the