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TITLE 30—Mineral Resources

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

SUBCHAPTER A—NATURAL RESOURCES REVENUE

PART 1227—DELEGATION TO STATES

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Delegation of ONRR Royalty Functions

§1227.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§1227.10
What is the authority for information collection?
§1227.101
What royalty management functions may ONRR delegate to a State?
§1227.102
What royalty management functions will ONRR not delegate?

Delegation Proposals

§1227.103
What must a State's delegation proposal contain?
§1227.104
What will ONRR do when it receives a State's delegation proposal?

Hearing Process

§1227.105
What are the hearing procedures?

Delegation Process

§1227.106
What statutory requirements must a State meet to receive a delegation?
§1227.107
When will the ONRR Director decide whether to approve a State's delegation proposal?
§1227.108
How will ONRR notify a State of its decision?
§1227.109
What if the ONRR Director denies a State's delegation proposal?
§1227.110
When and for how long are delegation agreements effective?

Existing Delegations

§1227.111
Do existing delegation agreements remain in effect?

Compensation

§1227.112
What compensation will a State receive to perform delegated functions?

States' Responsibilities To Perform Delegated Functions

§1227.200
What are a State's general responsibilities if it accepts a delegation?
§1227.201
What standards must a State comply with for performing delegated functions?
§1227.300
What audit functions may a State perform?
§1227.301
What are a State's responsibilities if it performs audits?
§1227.400
What functions may a State perform in processing production reports or royalty reports?
§1227.401
What are a State's responsibilities if it processes production reports or royalty reports?
§1227.500
What functions may a State perform to ensure that reporters correct erroneous report data?
§1227.501
What are a State's responsibilities to ensure that reporters correct erroneous data?
§1227.600
What automated verification functions may a State perform?
§1227.601
What are a State's responsibilities if it performs automated verification?
§1227.700
What enforcement documents may a State issue in support of its delegated function?

Performance Review

§1227.800
How will ONRR monitor a State's performance of delegated functions?
§1227.801
What if a State does not adequately perform a delegated function?
§1227.802
How will ONRR terminate a State's delegation agreement?
§1227.803
What are the hearing procedures for terminating a State's delegation agreement?
§1227.804
How else may a State's delegation agreement terminate?
§1227.805
How may a State obtain a new delegation agreement after termination?


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