HOUSTON, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --The parcels are currently available for review and due diligence on the EnergyNet website at http://www.energynet.com/govt_listing.pl
The 64 tracts cover more than 31,045 acres in Cheyenne, Jackson, Pueblo, Routt, Weld and Yuma counties, Colorado.
Internet bids can be placed any time between April 10, 2014 and April 17, 2014.
Bidding for the first tract will begin at 10 a.m. CDT on April 10. Subsequent tracts open for bidding in five minute intervals. A two-week due diligence period followed by a seven-day bidding period allows interested parties to research the tracts and place bids.
Lots begin closing at 10 a.m. CDT on April 17. Complete due diligence data is available at http://www.energynet.com/govt_listing.pl
Interested bidders need to register on line at EnergyNet.com prior to bidding.
In addition to this auction, unless announced otherwise, all Colorado lease auctions subsequent to May 15, 2014 will be conducted online through EnergyNet.com.
The Colorado State Board of Land Commissioners was established to manage land and mineral rights given by the federal government to allow the state to generate revenue for public education and institutions.
For information contact John Munroe, EnergyNet vice president of government lease sales, at 713-582-7755.
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