A U.S. judge has dealt another blow to the Trump administration's efforts to increase domestic oil and gas output from public lands.
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If operators demonstrate economic hardship caused by the virus, the Bureau of Land Management will offer a lowered royalty rate for 60 days, with an opportunity to reapply.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox welcomed Friday's ruling and said the continuation of the leasing program was crucial for existing mines in his state, which has some of the largest coal reserves in the world along its southeastern border with Wyoming.
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The case centers on whether the Trump administration looked closely enough at climate change and other impacts from burning coal after deciding to end the moratorium in 2017.
This year's first oil and gas lease sale came at an uncertain time for Wyoming. Oil prices have plummeted and investors have ditched energy shares. Despite these conditions, 72 percent of available parcels sold.
Giving up land to oil companies with little ability to drill denies the public access to the land for recreational use, the groups explained. It also gives up minerals owned by taxpayers well below market value.
A federal judge voided the results of two oil and gas lease sales in Wyoming involving thousands of acres of public land in greater sage grouse habitat.