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Appendix F: Tribal Management of Coalbed Methane Development and Produced Water
Pages 213-216

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From page 213...
... in Colorado, and the Navajo Nation and the Jicarilla Apache Nation in New Mexico have various levels of active CBM production on their lands in the San Juan Basin (DOE, 2010) , although total CBM production on Navajo and Jicarilla Apache lands in the southern San Juan Basin appears limited at this time ( Jones, 2010)
From page 214...
... This work includes the installation of water measuring devices, implementation of soil and water conservation projects, protection of existing water rights, acquisition of new water rights, and strategic planning for the continuing development of water resources to benefit the tribal membership.3 Red Willow uses chemical treatments, such as paraffin dispersant, scale inhibitors, biocides, and corrosion inhibitors, to reduce clogging of filters at inlets to disposal wells and to prevent pressure buildup in WDWs (due to plugging with suspended solids)
From page 215...
... The tribe developed these standards in part as a response to industry development of CBM wells on the Wyoming side of the Powder River Basin.6 These standards are presently being reviewed by EPA and the Northern Cheyenne recently received approval from EPA to recirculate their standards for public comment. The Northern Cheyenne have also sided with State of Montana on litigation over Wyoming infringement on Montana water rights and violations of terms of Yellowstone Compact (SCOTUS, 2010)

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