BOEM releases final multi-sale EIS for 2017-22 gulf lease sales

The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management released the final multi-sale environmental impact statement for Gulf of Mexico oil and gas lease sales it has scheduled for 2017-22. The 10 scheduled sales will be in BOEM’s western and central planning areas and in part of its eastern planning area.

The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management released the final multi-sale environmental impact statement for Gulf of Mexico oil and gas lease sales it has scheduled for 2017-22. The 10 scheduled sales will be in BOEM’s western and central planning areas and in part of its eastern planning area.

The final multi-sale EIS analyzes the baseline conditions and potential environmental effects of oil and gas leasing, exploration, development, and production in the region-wide lease sale area, which covers about 95 million acres, BOEM said.

The three volumes of the final multi-sale EIS can be downloaded from the agency’s Environmental Comment and Public Review web page.

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