43 CFR 3212.10 - What is the difference between a suspension of operations and production and a suspension of operations?

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§ 3212.10 What is the difference between a suspension of operations and production and a suspension of operations?
(a) A suspension of operations and production is a temporary relief from production obligations which you may request from BLM. Under this paragraph you must cease all operations on your lease.
(b) A suspension of operations is when BLM orders you, to stop production temporarily in the interest of conservation.

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