Williston Basin Coal Bypass - Falkirk Mining Company
Williston Basin Coal Bypass is a 320-acre authorized coal lease in McLean, North Dakota owned by Falkirk Mining Company. It is a regulation competitive emergency/bypass.
Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's North Dakota Field Office under the serial number NDM 107039. The last action for this lease occurred on November 1, 2018. Information on the lease was last updated on January 30, 2019.
2ND INSTALLMENT OF CRF'S CHANGED COST CODE FROM FY15 TO FY17; I.E., LVEME17CE530; LETTER DATED 1/23/17 STATES THAT FALKIRK BOUGHT OUT LEVEY--NO SURFACE OWNER CONSENT IS REQUIRED FOR HER; Footnote A MATHAMATICAL ERROR IN REMITTING 1/5 BONUS BID. SEE MEMO OF 11/1/2017 FOR STATE DIRECTOR RECOMMENDATIONS; View Full Remarks
Other leases in the same region.
Williston Basin Regional Coal Lease
Falkirk Mine Coal Bypass
Williston Basin Competitive Coal Lease
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