"The Division was originally established in 1955 as the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to prevent the waste of oil and gas, encourage conservation and protect the correlative rights of oil and gas owners.
While demand, technology and pricing have changed dramatically over the past 60 years, our Division's role and commitment to regulating the industry to protect the public and Utah's environment has not. The abundant supply of oil, gas and minerals in Utah contribute significantly to the state's economic benefits and our quality of life.
Our Division is committed to the future of oil, gas and mining in Utah. As our population and demand for energy resources increase, we will continue to ensure responsible resource development, protect the public's safety, and preserve the environment while permitting access to affordable and reliable energy sources for future generations."
John R. Baza, Director
Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining
UTAH DIVISION OF OIL, GAS AND MINING - Performance Measurement
The Division of Oil,Gas and Mining (OGM) is committed to bringing value and innovation to Utah through service and technology. Each Quarter OGM renews their service levels to our customers via measurments of the number and timelinness of actions taken.     More >>
Division staff completed the 2016 customer satisfaction survey on October 19. Based on 136 responses, our overall service scored 4.33, an increase from 4.25 in 2015. The input and feedback received helps us better serve the needs of our customers. Thank you to those who took the time to complete the survey.     2016 Customer Satisfaction Chart
The Drill Down - January 2017
The Drill Down is the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining's (OGM) quarterly newsletter. We want to keep residents informed of Division projects, accomplishments and educate Utahns on how energy and mineral development in Utah affects our quality of life. To subcribe to our mailing list click HERE
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PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULED TO DISCUSS ABANDONED MINE CLOSURES IN TOOELE COUNTY
Salt Lake City – The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining Abandoned Mine Reclamation (AMR) Program is hosting a public open house Monday, February 13 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Department of Natural Resources building located at 1594 W. North Temple in Salt Lake City to discuss the proposed closure of 200 mine openings in the Clifton Hills area in western Tooele County. The public is invited to attend to learn more about the project and provide comments to Division staff. Closures will be completed on private and Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) lands. Click Here to view project area map.
For more information on the project or open house, please contact Senior Reclamation Specialist Chris Rohrer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-538-5322.