West Black Thunder Lba Competitive Coal Lease
Thunder Basin Coal
West Black Thunder Lba Competitive Coal Lease is a 3,492.49-acre authorized coal lease in Campbell, Wyoming owned by Thunder Basin Coal.
Ownership and use of this lease is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Buffalo Field Office under the serial number WYW 118907. The last action for this lease occurred on October 1, 2022. Information on the lease was last updated on June 9, 2020.
This Nonreg Competitive Coal Lease by Application falls under U.S. Code Title 30 Mineral Lands and Mining; Section 181; Statute 041; Page 0438. Mineral Leasing Act of 1920. An Act to Promote the Mining of Coal, Phosphate, Oil, Oil Shale, Gas, and Sodium on the Public Domain.. (1920-02-25)
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