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Title 30Chapter XIISubchapter APart 1202


TITLE 30—Mineral Resources

CHAPTER XII—OFFICE OF NATURAL RESOURCES REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER A—NATURAL RESOURCES REVENUE

PART 1202—ROYALTIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS [RESERVED]

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Subpart B—OIL, GAS, AND OCS SULFUR, GENERAL

§1202.51
Scope and definitions.
§1202.52
Royalties.
§1202.53
Minimum royalty.
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Subpart C—FEDERAL AND INDIAN OIL

§1202.100
Royalty on oil.
§1202.101
Standards for reporting and paying royalties.
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Subpart D—FEDERAL GAS

§1202.150
Royalty on gas.
§1202.151
Royalty on processed gas.
§1202.152
Standards for reporting and paying royalties on gas.
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Subpart E—SOLID MINERALS, GENERAL [RESERVED]

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Subpart F—COAL

§1202.250
Overriding royalty interest.
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Subpart G—OTHER SOLID MINERALS [RESERVED]

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Subpart H—GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES

§1202.350
Scope and definitions.
§1202.351
Royalties on geothermal resources.
§1202.352
Minimum royalty.
§1202.353
Measurement standards for reporting and paying royalties and direct use fees.
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Subpart I—OCS SULFUR [RESERVED]

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Subpart J—GAS PRODUCTION FROM INDIAN LEASES

§1202.550
How do I determine the royalty due on gas production?
§1202.551
How do I determine the volume of production for which I must pay royalty if my lease is not in an approved Federal unit or communitization agreement (AFA)?
§1202.552
How do I determine how much royalty I must pay if my lease is in an approved Federal unit or communitization agreement (AFA)?
§1202.553
How do I value my production if I take more than my entitled share?
§1202.554
How do I value my production that I do not take if I take less than my entitled share?
§1202.555
What portion of the gas that I produce is subject to royalty?
§1202.556
How do I determine the value of avoidably lost, wasted, or drained gas?
§1202.557
Must I pay royalty on insurance compensation for unavoidably lost gas?
§1202.558
What standards do I use to report and pay royalties on gas?


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