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Reasonably foreseeable development scenario for fluid minerals in Tennesee


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Document discussing the amount and location of oil in Tennessee:

The Bureau of Land Management’s Jackson Field Office is located in Jackson, Mississippi, and is responsible for 11 southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. The Jackson Field Office manages approximately 34.25 million acres of federal mineral estate in the eastern portion of the United State. Of this approximately 1.9 million mineral estate acres are located in Tennessee. The Reasonable Foreseeable Development Scenario (RFDS) forecasts fluid mineral exploration, development, and production for the planning area for the next 10 years. The RFDS assumes a baseline scenario in which no new policies are introduced and all areas not currently closed to leasing and development are opened for oil and gas activity.

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Last Updated January 14, 2014, 18:44 (EST)
Created January 10, 2014, 17:27 (EST)
Citation Ben Schubert, Reasonably foreseeable development scenario for fluid minerals in Tennesee, 2014-01-10,
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