Oil and Gas Map Sandoval County

 

BLM 1 minute Surface Management Map Composite Lower Resolution Include Topogrphics information
BLM 1 Minute Surface Management Map Composite Lower Resolution Include Topographic Information

The white areas on the map indicates County Private Property and would be open to fracking estimated 267,000 acres with the streamline permitting process. This is a 1 minute composite image of Sandoval County at lower resolution. We are creating overlays for this image — a work in progress.

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Fracking-slated private lands in SE Sandoval County as per Sandoval County ordinance:

  • Rio Rancho Estates
  • Rio Rancho
  • Corrales
  • Bernalillo
  • Placitas
  • La Madera (HWY14 area)
  • Puercocito
  • Tejon
  • Budaghers
  • Pena Blanca
  • Algodonnes

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What You Should Know

  • The South East Region of Sandoval County
    a 100,000 acres under county jurisdiction of private property land holdings

Communities impacted on private land holdings:

  • Rio Rancho Estates
  • Rio Rancho
  • Corrales
  • Bernalillo
  • Placitas
  • La Madera (HWY 14 area)
  • Puercocito
  • Tejon
  • Budaghers
  • Pena Blanca
  • Algodonnes
  • Potential drilling of 55,000 acres of BLM and State lands within Sandoval County and
  • Potential drillling of 32,000 acres of mineral leases on Zia Pueblo
  • An expected potential of 15,000 to 30,000 oil and gas wells will be developed– nearly the same number as in the Permian Basin which has been touted by Thrust Energy as a financial boon to the county coffers.
    • This is a Map provided to the County by the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMO&GA) It does not include all the land holdings that we have documented. We are developing a GIS map since NM TECH ignore our IPRA (Inspection of Pubic Records Act)

 

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