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Coal Leasing: BLM Could Enhance Appraisal Process, More Explicitly Consider Coal Exports, and Provide More Public Information
Anne-Marie Fennell (au)
In FY 2012, about 42% of the 1.05 billion tons of coal produced in the U.S. came from coal tracts leased under the federal coal leasing program. The Department of the Interioräó»s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing this program, including estimating the fair market value of the coal to be leased. This report examines (1) the number of tracts leased, along with the trends in associated coal production and revenues generated since 1990; (2) BLMäó»s implementation of the process to estimate fair market value for coal leases; (3) the extent to which BLM considers coal exports and domestic coal reserve estimates when estimating fair market value; and (4) the extent to which BLM communicates information on federal coal lease sales to the public. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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