Property:NEPAanalysis

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Property Name NEPAanalysis
Property Type Text
Description National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) assessment and analysis compliance.


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2-M Probe Survey +This exploration technique may be approved on federally managed lands by conducting a categorical exclusion (CX) analysis. Off road travel can be accomplished using existing roads and ways using ATV's and off road transportation. Access can be accomplished by using horses or by foot in areas closed to off road vehicles. An EA may be required in project areas that contain resources with a potential for impacts.

A

Acoustic Logs +Well logging is a standard operation associated with the drilling permit approval and is included in the downhole analysis of the drilling program.

C

Caliper Log +Well logging is a standard operation associated with the drilling permit approval and is included in the down hole analysis of the drilling program.
Cement Bond Log +Well logging is a standard operation associated with the drilling permit approval and is included in the down hole analysis of the drilling program. A cement bond log is required to determine whether there is an adequate bond between the casing and well bore. if the analysis of the cement bond logs indicates that the seal is not adequate the drilling contractor will be required to per and squeeze the zone prior to continuing operations.
Cross-Dipole Acoustic Log +Well logging is a standard operation associated with the drilling permit approval and is included in the down hole analysis of the drilling program.

D

Density Log +Well logging is a standard operation associated with the drilling permit approval and is included in the down hole analysis of the drilling program.

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Gamma Log +NA

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Reflection Survey +NEPA documentation could include a Categorical Exclusion (CX) for projects conducted in areas with no resource conflicts using vibroseis trucks with no new or improvements to existing roads and trails. An Environmental Assessment(EA)would most likely be initiated for those projects with resource elements that are present with a potential to be impacted. Examples include the use of shot hole, improvement and/or construction of access roads, or cultural concerns.

S

Self Potential +This exploration technique may be approved on federally managed lands by conducting a categorical exclusion (CX) analysis. Off road travel can be accomplished using existing roads and ways using ATV's and off road transportation. Access can be accomplished by using horses or by foot in areas closed to off road vehicles. An EA may be required in project areas that contain resources with a potential for impacts.