BLM seeks comments on gas pipeline right-of-way EA near Moab

The US Bureau of Land Management’s Moab, Utah, field office is seeking public comments on an environmental assessment for the proposed Dead Horse natural gas lateral pipeline project. The 24-mile-long line would transport gas which now is being flared in the Big Flat area to a processing facility near the Big Hills road, it said in a July 26 notice.

It said Fidelity Oil and Gas would construct the pipeline, which would parallel Utah State Highway 313 and the Dubinky Well Road. The draft EA analyzes potential environmental impacts from constructing the gas lateral pipeline, the notice indicated. Comments will be accepted through Aug. 26, it said.

The document is accessible online through the Utah BLM’s Environmental Notification Board by typing Dead Horse in the Project Name portion of the advanced search field, the notice said.

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