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07/04/2011
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick TakesProposed bill aims to speed drilling permit processUS Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) introduced legislation that would require quicker decisions by the US Department of the Interior on onshore oil and gas drilling permit applications on public lands.HR 2375 would require DOI officials every year to identify 200 onshore leases with the highest energy potential on land the US Bureau of Land Management oversees each year and move them through the permitting process in 180 days. BLM says it takes an average 200 days to process a drilling permit application, but the actual waiting time for many permits is closer to 2 years, Coffman said.Noting the Obama adminis...
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