In US agency, drillers in Utah have a friend

New York Times: Bill Stringer leaned into the office of his top deputy here at the Bureau of Land Management one recent day to share his latest victory. “We got upheld!” Mr. Stringer said, meaning his bosses in Salt Lake City had gone along with his staff’s recommendation to allow oil drilling near Desolation Canyon, a national historic site known for its pristine wilderness and white-water rafting. Despite objections from environmentalists, more oil wells would dot the huge stretch of federal land Mr. Stringer......

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