The Oil & Gas Lease Sales map below shows parcels proposed to be offered for lease by the Bureau of Land Management. This interactive map shows current and upcoming lease sales and their conflicts with wildlife and natural areas. More information on upcoming leases is shown below the map.
Advice on how to use the map: Zoom in to see conservation conflicts. Click on parcels or conservation conflict areas for more information. Scroll through pop-ups for multiple overlapping areas by clicking on the right triangle/arrow.
9/11/2018 Lease Sale
The 9/11/2018 lease sale managed by the Montana BLM State Office includes parcels in North Dakota and South Dakota. No parcels are being offered in Montana. More information is available on the ePlanning North Dakota September 2018 Lease Sale and ePlanning South Dakota September 2018 Lease Sale web pages.
6/12/2018 Lease Sale
The BLM Montana State Office is deferring all 223 nominated parcels from the June 12, 2018 Competitive Oil and Gas Lease Sale. For more information, read BLM’s Dear Reader Letter on the deferral.
Determination of NEPA Adequacy: Parcels are proposed for sale in the Miles City Field Office. This spreadsheet lists the nominated parcels and indicates which are in the proposed action. The DNA and additional information is available here. Lease Sale Parcels DNA: Google Earth kmz | zipped shapefile (Yellow = sale). ABI Screen, a spreadsheet showing conflicts between the proposed parcels and important wildlife, wilderness and other resource values.
Scoping: Information and maps of nominated parcels are available here. ABI Screen, a spreadsheet showing conflicts between the proposed parcels and important wildlife, wilderness and other resource values.
- Montana Existing Oil and Gas Leases updated 6/1/2018: Google Earth kmz | zipped Shapefile (red=Held by Production; purple=Not Held by Production)
- BLM Montana Oil & Gas Leasing Webpage
- Archive of Montana Oil & Gas Lease Sale Screens
- Information on how to engage in Oil & Gas Leasing
- Information on the Assessment of Biological Impact (ABI) Screen