Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining
OGM File Services

UTAH COAL REGULATORY PROGRAM

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Please Note – Information provided by these web services is in accordance with the Terms of Use described below.  Access to some records through this service are considered confidential or protected.  Do not redistribute or otherwise make public any records accessed through this service without consent from the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining.  All records prepared, owned, received, or retained by a governmental entity may be reproduced by certain means are considered public, unless they are private, controlled or protected as outlined in GRAMA, or are records to which access is restricted according to court rule, other State law, federal law, or federal regulation. Information that is generally considered public record under GRAMA - and not made confidential elsewhere in the Utah Code or by federal law - may be subject to electronic access through Utah.Gov Web sites.  Personally Identifiable Information is used by the governmental entities for the purpose of conducting official state business. A governmental entity may share Personally Identifiable Information with another governmental entity if it is designated as a record that is private, controlled, or protected as described in Section 63-2-206 unless such data sharing is expressly prohibited, authorized or required by federal law, state law, or federal regulation. In some instances a Governor’s directive or executive order may limit or prohibit data sharing even though Section 63-2-206 may permit such data sharing.

Public Access to Browse Coal Permit Files
(You need a username and password to access these files - 
use username ogmguest and password ogmguest 
).
These files are the electronically scanned files of the documents that are available in the Division's Public Information Center (PIC Room).  Please note - Not all the files available in the PIC Room are currently available electronically.  The Division has not completed the scanning process for all documents but as these documents are scanned, they will be made available through these file services.

COAL SUBDIRECTORIES UNDER https://fs2.ogm.utah.gov/FILES/COAL/PERMITS/
SUB01 SUB02 SUB03 SUB04 SUB05
COUNTY PERMIT NUMBER YEAR INCOMING DATE FOLDER
COUNTY PERMIT NUMBER YEAR OUTGOING DATE FOLDER
COUNTY PERMIT NUMBER YEAR INTERNAL DATE FOLDER
COUNTY PERMIT NUMBER IMAGES DATE FOLDER  
         

Click here If you need a listing of the Coal Mines and Permit Numbers.

Secure Access to Browse Files
(Use your Novell Netware username and password.)  
Other agencies, companies or individuals who work with the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining may request file access. Please submit your request via email to DougBurnett@Utah.gov  and describe your business relationship with the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining. Include any specific types of files your are interested in accessing (permit numbers, coal permitting information, abandoned mine data, etc.) . Your request will be reviewed by the Division and processed for access.

Changing your Password
If you have a newly assigned user name and password, you should change your password immediately.  You can change your password clicking on the link above or by going to the following URL Location: https://fs2.ogm.utah.gov/eGuide  

After logging in, click on the Edit Information icon in the top menu, then click on Change Password. After changing your password, click on the logout button to exit.

Complex Passwords are required according to the following policy and information:

A complex password meets the following requirements:


A passive approach will be used to implement our password policy at first. This will be an email letting you know that your password has expired and you will need to go to a web site to change it. Eventually, the complex password and change policies will be enforced.

CONFIDENTIAL AND CONTROLLED INFORMATION

There are three types of information that are controlled and not readily available to the public: Private, Protected and Confidential.

Private information (according to the Government Records Access Management Act [GRAMA] refers to personal information such as a social security number or tax identification number needed for the ownership and control information required.

Protected information under GRAMA refers to the location of historic, cultural or biological resources (i.e. raptor locations).

Confidential information in the Utah Coal Regulatory Program refers to the analysis of the physical and chemical properties of the coal to be mined, except information on components of such coal which are potentially toxic to the environment, and information on the nature and location of archeological resources on public land and Indian lands as required under the Archeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 (cultural and historic information).

The Division is making every effort to protect confidential information and will only allow access to such information as is necessary. Do not copy or redistribute any confidential information subject to the rules and regulations pertaining to those documents. In the event that you discover confidential information that is not secure or find information that should be considered confidential, please notify the Division so that it can be removed or relocated. In no event should confidential information be used or redistributed regardless of where such information is discovered, either via the Internet or in the Division's Public Information Center. Such use can and may be subject to prosecution under state and federal law.

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