Piceance Basin Regional Coal Lease - Mountain Coal Company LLC et al.
Piceance Basin Regional Coal Lease is a 5,797-acre authorized coal lease in Gunnison, Colorado owned by Mountain Coal Company LLC. It is a regional coal lease, competitive.
Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Uncompahgre Field Office under the serial number COC 001362. The last action for this lease occurred on September 1, 2027. Information on the lease was last updated on July 25, 2018.
Footnote A ADDED FED LSE'S C-1362 AND COC54558 ENTERED 12/15/94 BY DD OF CO-034 ORIGINAL LEASES ARE D-044569 AND C-0117192. Footnote B DIL MET 11/94 (SEE ACTION CODE 318) /1/$20,000;UNITED PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY /2/$20,000; /3/$137,000; /4/$120,000; /5/$120,000;LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY /6/$1,919,000; /7/$1,919,000;ST PAUL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO /8/$1,035,000; /9/ NOT MORE THAN 15 MM TONS FROM C-1362 AND C-56447 OR OCT 1, 2005, WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST BOND DECREASE $265,000 CMM = COAL MINE METHANE /10/ 6/27/14 WEST ELK DECISION, DISTRICT COURT VACATED BLM DECISION TO ISSUE 1/29/09 MOD /11/ARK LAND REQUEST TO RESUME PROCESSING 2009 LEASE MODIFICATION APPLICATION /12/ BOND INCREASE OF 4/6/15 TO $2,639,000 REMOVED DUE TO FIELD OFFICE REVIEW & DECISION OF 8/11/16. BOND REMAINS AT $1,972,000 /13/EFF 2/1/15 IN AREAS WHERE THE E-SEAM SPLIT IS 6 View Full Remarks
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