Existing oil and gas leases to be reconsidered in North Dakota and Montana

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Some of the government leases held in western North Dakota by oil and gas operators out of Oklahoma could be among those the federal government plans to reconsider as part of a settlement agreement with environmental groups.

More than 100 such oil and gas leases in North Dakota and eastern Montana will be reconsidered by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management according to a report by KTVH TV news in Helena, Montana.

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