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BLM

[ˌbiːɛlˈɛm] n abbr (US) (=Bureau of Land Management) → l'administration des Domaines
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"We want to make the BLM a better business partner for the oil and gas industry," Michael Nedd, then-acting director of the agency, said last year at the Carlsbad Mayor's Energy Summit.
Much of what's being sent abroad comes from the Permian Basin, a geologic formation in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico that includes about 2 million acres of land and 3 million acres of minerals such as oil and gas managed by the BLM around Carlsbad.
"[The bureau] will continue its current policy of caring for unadopted or unsold wild horses and burros" and will "not sell or send any animals to slaughter," Tom Gorey, a spokesman for the BLM, told (http://in.reuters.com/article/us-usa-wildhorses-idINKCN11K2N6) Reuters in an emailed statement.
IDEX and BLM will support one another with the goals of promoting social change within marginalized communities.
"As we begin this review, we are looking forward to hearing from the public about a wide range of issues about the federal coal program," BLM Director Neil Kornze said.
BLM spokeswoman Jennifer Velez responded that the timber sale - called Second Show - would keep multiple trees, some in groups, some dispersed, on the logged terrain.
BLM was only formed in May this year following a merger between Liverpool's Berrymans Lace Mawer and Scottish firm HBM Sayers.
BLM became responsible for managing the NPR-A in 1976 and in 1982 inherited the responsibility to assess, plug, and clean up the abandoned wells.
BLM spokesman Tom Gorey said Wednesday the critics' claims are baseless, ''anti-BLM propaganda.''