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Sales of Fossil Fuels Produced from Federal and Indian Land Decline

June 20,2014

Nevada Coal plant

Nevada Coal plant

The US Energy Information Agency reports that total sales of fossil fuels from production decreased by 7% during fiscal year (FY) 2013.
Crude oil production on federal lands increased slightly in FY 2013, but that increase was more than offset by decreases in coal, natural gas, and natural gas plant liquids (NGPL) production.
Coal represented 51% of fossil fuel sales from production on federal lands in FY 2013, measured in common Btu units, followed by natural gas (25%), crude oil (22%), and NGPL (2%).
A 9% drop in federal onshore natural gas production, with most of that decrease in Wyoming.
A 9% drop in coal production.
Wyoming and the federal Gulf of Mexico together produced 73% of the federal and Indian lands fossil fuels total in FY 2013.

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