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PARCEL ID: 8350
Serial #: COC79754

Rio Blanco County, CO
BLM Colorado Federal Lease Sale, September 26, 2019

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Parcel:

PARCEL ID: 8350
Serial #: COC79754

Acres:

1,240.00

Time Remaining:

4D 17H 32M 13S

Start Time:

9/26/2019 12:44 PM CDT / 11:44 AM MDT

End Time:

9/26/2019 2:44 PM CDT / 1:44 PM MDT

Your Bid:

-

Highest Bid:

-

Starting Bid:

$2/acre

Bid Increment:

$1

Total Lease Cost at Starting Bid:

$4,542.20
(Bonus + Agency Fees + Advanced Rental + 1.5% Buyer Premium)

Legal Description:

Parcel Details

Parcel

PARCEL ID: 8350
Serial #: COC79754

County, State

Rio Blanco, CO

Legal Description

T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: SW,W2SE,SESE;
Section 25: N2NE,SENE,NW,SWSE;
Section 36: ALL;

Acres

1,240.00

Rental (1st Year)

$1,860.00

Royalty

12.50%

Administrative Fee

$165.00

Lease Terms and Conditions

All bidding and lease sale on BLM parcels listed on this website shall be subject to the statutes, administrative rules and regulations of the BLM per the authority of the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920 as amended and the Mineral Leasing Act for Acquired Lands of 1947, as amended.

A lease issued as a result of this sale will have a primary term of 10 years. It will continue beyond its primary term as long as oil or gas in paying quantities is produced on or for the benefit of the lease. Advance rental at $1.50 per acre for the first 5 years ($2 per acre after that) is due on or before the anniversary date each year until production begins. Once a lease is producing, you must pay a royalty of 12.5 percent of the value or the amount of production removed or sold from the lease. You will find other lease terms on our standard lease form (Form 3100-11, October 2008).

Lease Stipulations

Stipulations are part of the lease and supersede any inconsistent provisions of the lease form. Some parcels are subject to surface use stipulations.

They are requirements or restrictions on how you conduct operations.

They become part of the lease and supersede any inconsistent provisions in the lease form. See Sale Notice for stipulation details.

THIS PARCEL IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING LEASE STIPULATIONS:

All Lands are subject to Exhibit CO-34 to alert lessee of potential habitat for a threatened, endangered, candidate, or other special status plant or animal.

All Lands are subject to Exhibit CO-39 to protect cultural resources.

All Lands are subject to Exhibit CO-56 to alert lessee of potential supplementary air analysis.

All Lands are subject to Exhibit CO-57 to protect Wildlife-migration corridors.

All Lands are subject to Exhibit GRSG-TL-46e within 4 miles of active leks during lekking, nesting, and early brood-rearing (March 1 to July15). No activity associated with construction, drilling, or completions within 4 miles from active leks during lekking, nesting, and early broodrearing (March 1 to July 15).

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-NSO-19 to maintain the utility of nest sitesassociated with raptors that identified for special management status, including the physical andvegetation character of surrounding habitat for current and subsequent reproductive functions:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: W2SW;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-CSU-11 to protect the productivity of saline soilsand to reduce salt and selenium loading of surface waters:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: SW,W2SE,SESE;
Section 25: NENE,NW;
Section 36: W2NW,S2;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-CSU-12 to maintain the vegetative, hydrologic,and geomorphic functionality of stream channels, water quality characteristics, spring function,water well integrity, proper wetland/riparian function, aquatic health, aquatic and wetlandhabitat, macroinvertebrate communities, downstream fisheries and natural sediment and saltprocesses:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 25: SWSE;
Section 36: N2NE,SENE;

The Following lands are subject to exhibit WR-CSU-25 to protect Ferret Management Areas:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: SW,W2SE,SESE;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-TL-12 to reduce the intensity, frequency, andextent of disturbances imposed on big game animals occupying defined severe winter rangehabitats during periods when animals are physiologically or energetically challenged:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: SW,W2SE,SESE;
Section 25: N2N2,SENE,S2NW;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-TL-14 to reduce the intensity, frequency, andextent of disturbances imposed on big game animals occupying defined winter range and winterconcentration area habitats during periods when animals are physiologically or energeticallychallenged:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 25: SENE,NWNW,S2NW;
Section 36: ALL;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-TL-16 to prevent disruptions of nesting raptorsidentified as special status that may result in absences of adults sufficient to cause direct orindirect mortality of the eggs or young or the premature departure of young from the nest:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: SW;
Section 25: NWNW;

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-TL-18 to prevent disruptions of nestingferruginous hawk that may result in absences of adults sufficient to cause direct or indirectmortality of the eggs or young or the premature departure of young from the nest:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 36: S2;

All Lands are subject to Exhibit WR-LN-09 to maintain the occupancy, integrity, and extent ofwhite-tailed prairie dog habitat in support of a reintroduced population of federally endangeredblack-footed ferret and to minimize the risk of adverse impacts imposed on black-footed ferretsor their habitat.

The Following lands are subject to Exhibit WR-LN-12 to protect paleontological resources:
T.0030N., R.1040W., 6TH PM
Section 24: NWSE;
Section 25: SWSE;
Section 36: E2;

All Lands are subject to Exhibit WR-LN-14 to notify the lessee that special design andconstruction measures may be required in order to minimize the impacts of drilling andproducing operations within the Dinosaur Trail Master Leasing Plan.

BLM; CON: WRFO

Successful Bidder Notification

After all auctions have closed, the successful bidder will be notified via email with closing instructions, including total amount due.

On the day of the sale, you must pay at least the minimum bonus bid of $2 per acre or fraction of an acre; the first year's advance rental of $1.50 per acre or fraction of an acre; and a non-refundable administrative fee of $165, to the BLM State Office by the close of business.

Buyer Premium

A 1.5% Buyer Premium, calculated as 1.5% of the total bonus, will be added to the cost of this lease.

BLM Colorado Contact Information

Email
blm_co_leasesale@blm.gov

Phone
(303) 239-3990

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