With Latest Filings, Decision On Preliminary Injunction Motions In Litigation Against BLM Fracking Rule Expected Soon

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In June, a Wyoming federal district court temporarily delayed implementation of the Bureau of Land Management’s (“BLM”) new final rule regulating hydraulic fracturing on federal public lands, while it granted the BLM an extension to lodge its administrative record and permitted the parties more time to file citations to that record in support of their positions.  (See our prior coverage of the preliminary injunction briefing here.)  Last Friday, the following parties submitted their record citations:

The court will now review these record citations and the various preliminary injunction motions.  A ruling is expected sometime within the next two weeks.

Mineral Law Blog will continue to monitor and report on these legal challenges to the BLM’s new public lands hydraulic fracturing rule as they move forward.

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