BLM issues EA about proposed eastern Utah gas interconnect lines

The US Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comments on an environmental assessment analyzing 2 proposed Enduring Resources LLC Rockhouse-Anadarko interconnect pipelines in eastern Utah. Written or e-mailed comments will be accepted until Nov. 21, BLM’s Vernal field office said.

The Denver independent producer has been active in the Uinta basin since acquiring its first federal lease there in 2004, and has assembled an acreage position around the Greater Natural Buttes natural gas field, according to information at its website.

Both proposed pipelines are surface operations that would connect existing pipelines to move gas to market more efficiently, the US Department of the Interior agency’s field office said in its Nov. 6 announcement.

The Lateral A pipeline would be 3,520 ft long on BLM-administered lands; the Lateral B pipeline would be 2,136 ft long on BLM-administered lands and 2,239 ft long on Utah School and Institutional Trust lands, it indicated.

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