Thursday, January 7, 2010

Land For Lease In Arkansas Why R The European Oil Corporations Pushing To Drill In Alaska When They Only Used 33% Of Their Lease Land?

Why r the European Oil Corporations pushing to drill in Alaska when they only used 33% of their lease land? - land for lease in arkansas

The federal government received more than $ 5.9 million through a competitive auction of oil and gas leases in the Ouachita National Forest and two other states.

Fort Monroe, Gary A. Smith paid $ 343,971 for a 1,423.44-acre parcel in Johnson County. The government said there were four parcels in Johnson County has submitted a bid of $ 270 per hectare, the highest per hectare will bid in the auction.

The government has also leased land in the forest of State Pete Marquette, Michigan and the Bienville and Homochitto National Forest in Mississippi. The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management Supervision.

Arkansas, represented the largest


regerugg... said...

Leasing does not equal oil production wells. The madman does not allow the drilling. N drilling speculators, a fountain, if it is not enough to give a positive return on investment.

I think I feel a liberal here.

ClaytonJ said...

The imperial history dictates the plunder of resources, where and when. What's in your best interest is not necessarily in the best interests of a colonial theme, or business partners.

Here's Johnny! said...

It always has been, historically, Europe and Asia, where oil reserves are exhausted, other countries, pushing the share of oil in the United States and the Middle East.

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