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Mineral Development on Indian Lands (Mineral Law Series,)

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

Mineral Development on Indian Lands (Mineral Law Series,)

by Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

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Published by Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mining,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages775
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11470187M
    ISBN 100929047079
    ISBN 109780929047072
    OCLC/WorldCa20041771

      Regional summaries of the Mineral Resource Potential of Indian Reserve Lands report, as well as the national summary, explain the mineral potential on reserve lands in each province and territory. For more information, please contact INAC's Public Inquiries Contact Centre. North of through the Assistant Secretary -Land and Minerals Management (ASLM), Assistant Secretary -Indian Affairs (ASIA), and the Director of the Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR), on the fair market value of and on the collection of revenues derived from, the development of energy and mineral resources on Federal and Indian lands. 4.

    Division of Energy and Mineral Resources --Negotiated Indian mineral agreements / P.C. Aguilar, M.L. Millgate, and D.A. Aubertin --Utilization of regional mineral resource data / B.D. Smith and S.A. Manydeeds --Annette Island Reserve, Metlakatla, Alaska --Colorado River Indian Reservation, Parker, Arizona --How to conduct exploration on the. The Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development’s Division of Economic Development (DED), located in Central Office, provides technical assistance, training, and funding to assist tribes, American Indians and Alaska Natives to: Start and sustain businesses. Develop commercial codes and other legal infrastructure to encourage investment.

    The Land Ports Authority of India or LPAI is a statutory body (created through the Land Ports Authority of India Act, ) working under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India is responsible for creating, upgrading, maintaining and managing border infrastructure in India. It managess several Integrated Check Posts (ICPs) all across Borders of India. ONRR manages and ensures full payment of revenues owed for the development of the Nation's energy and natural resources on the Outer Continental Shelf and onshore Federal and Indian lands. In performing this important fiduciary role, ONRR collects an average of over $10 billion dollars in annual revenue - one of the Federal government's largest.


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Mineral Development on Indian Lands (Mineral Law Series,) by Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Sample Oil & Gas Lease - Allotted Indian Lands Indian Mineral Development Act (IMDA)- Specialized tribal lease under Indian Mineral Development Act of (IMDA) 25 U.S.C. Secs. National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance must be met which may include categorical exclusion (CATEX), environmental assessments (EA), and.

Mineral leasing on tribal lands is governed by Indian Mineral Leasing Act of (52 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. a et seq.) and the Indian Mineral Development Act of Indian Tribal Energy Development and Self Determination Act ofas amended. Regulations for Indian Energy and Minerals can be found here: Leases and Permits 25 CFR The MMS summary reported mineral leases, licenses, permits, and applications covering approximately million acres of Indian lands under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior.3 Of these leases and permits, were classified as producing or producible oil and gas leases covering million acres.

Structure of Minerals and Mining Sector Role of Mining Sector in Indian Economy Legislative Framework for Mining Sector Initiatives/New Development for Mining Sector Mineral Administration Mineral Regulation Taxation and Royalties File Size: 1MB. Problems in the Development of Mineral Resources on Indian Lands.

on which the writer relied heavily in becoming acquainted with and delving into problems under Indian leases, is the only book available on the general subject of Indian leases.

Negotiating and. Metlakatla Business Development Crow Limestone Native American Wind Resource Atlas - Edition: Metlakatla Aggregate Renewable Energy General Info: Moapa Limestone Cement Plant Quinault Aggregate Tribal Mineral Development Options Tyonek Aggregate.

@article{osti_, title = {Osage oil: Mineral law, murder, mayhem, and manipulation}, author = {Strickland, R}, abstractNote = {The greatest of the 20th century Osage chiefs, Fred Lookout, feared what the rich oil bonanza under tribal lands would do to his people.

He forsaw that oil wealth could turn into a curse as well as a blessing, and it was both. Indian lands contain tremendous resource wealth, but the vast majority of tribal lands with energy resources remain undeveloped. The Department of the Interior estimates that energy development is taking place on only million acres of Indian lands while an additional 15 million acres with energy potential remain untapped.

erned mineral development on Indian lands for the prior fifty years. Understanding the history of mineral de-velopment on Indian lands is crucial to a real appreciation of the significance of the Melcher Act.

Thus, this article traces the legal history of such mineral development, then discusses the ptobteins Congress intended to solve and the. Robert Anderson Indian Affairs, Division of Energy and Mineral Development, W.

Bayaud Ave., SuiteLakewood, Colorado Phone: () Criteria for Selecting Proposals. Energy and Mineral Assessments: Proposals are evaluated according to technical merits of the mandatory elements of the proposal.

Projects support the development of energy (both renewable and conventional) and mineral resources on Indian lands through assessment studies, economic analysis and market studies, developing strategies for leasing feasibility studies and mining plans, establishing terms for exploration agreements, environmental reviews, and training.

So any move to “privatize” the regulation of mineral development on Indian lands would run into intra-Tribal conflicts and likely have to proceed on a case-by-case basis, which is unlikely to.

Opposing tribal land management harkens back to the Burke Act of that locked Indian lands into the trusteeship of the federal government until and unless the government ordains Indians to be. Fifteen papers were presented at the seminar, namely: An Indian View of Minerals Development on Indian Lands, Peter MacDonald; American Indian Culture and Tradition (Northern Plains), Barney Old Coyote; Culture of the Indians of the Southwest and Southern Rocky Mountains, Dr.

Emory Sekaquaptewa; Legal Status of Indians, Stephen G. Boyden and Scott C. Pugsley; Indian Land. Successfully advised a hedge fund on the development and sale of an oil and gas gathering and distribution system on tribal lands, in partnership with an American Indian tribe.

Issues included the NEPA, ESA, the NHPA, federal rights-of-way law, the law governing private entity-tribal business partnerships, and the law governing federal approval. Replaces 53 BIAM Supplement 5; provides guidance on procedures and processes necessary to prepare, administer, and report on forest development projects on Indian forest lands.

12/15/ 53 IAM 7-H: Indian Forest Management Handbook -- Forest Trespass: Replaces all prior handbook versions regarding forest trespass situations on Indian trust land. resources.' The market value of minerals produced on Indian lands. exceeds $1 billion. The history of mineral development in Indian country,' ° the roles.

of the Indian tribes, and the evolution of those roles over time present. a microcosm of the history of federal-tribal relations during the last.

century. S. (97th). A bill to permit Indian tribes to enter into certain agreements for the disposition of tribal mineral resources, and for other purposes. Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress.

Reservations governed by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs are intended in part to keep Native American lands off the private real estate market, preventing sales to non-Indians. William A. White, The Industry Perspective: The Pros and Cons of Mineral Development in Indian Country, in NATURAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIAN COUNTRY (Natural Res.

Law Ctr., Univ. of Colo. Sch. of Law ). Reproduced with permission of the Getches-Wilkinson.The act returned control of the land and mineral rights to former Indian lands back to the tribes and sought to improve the economic condition of the Indian reservations.

The law did not apply to Hawaii, and a similar law passed in applied to Indians in Alaska and .Affairs on May 1,entitled "Memorandum of Understanding, BIA-GS-OSM, Management of Coal Mining on Indian Lands." This MOU provides a reference framework and procedural arrangements by which the BIA, BLM, and OSM will carry out their functions and responsibilities that must be coordinated for coal operations on Indian lands (see definition).