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Title 30Chapter IISubchapter APart 203


TITLE 30—Mineral Resources

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER A—MINERALS REVENUE MANAGEMENT

PART 203—RELIEF OR REDUCTION IN ROYALTY RATES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§203.0
What definitions apply to this part?
§203.1
What is BSEE's authority to grant royalty relief?
§203.2
How can I obtain royalty relief?
§203.3
Do I have to pay a fee to request royalty relief?
§203.4
How do the provisions in this part apply to different types of leases and projects?
§203.5
What is BSEE's authority to collect information?
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Subpart B—OCS OIL, GAS, AND SULFUR GENERAL

§203.30
Which leases are eligible for royalty relief as a result of drilling a phase 2 or phase 3 ultra-deep well?
§203.31
If I have a qualified phase 2 or qualified phase 3 ultra-deep well, what royalty relief would that well earn for my lease?
§203.32
What other requirements or restrictions apply to royalty relief for a qualified phase 2 or phase 3 ultra-deep well?
§203.33
To which production do I apply the RSV earned by qualified phase 2 and phase 3 ultra-deep wells on my lease or in my unit?
§203.34
To which production may an RSV earned by qualified phase 2 and phase 3 ultra-deep wells on my lease not be applied?
§203.35
What administrative steps must I take to use the RSV earned by a qualified phase 2 or phase 3 ultra-deep well?
§203.36
Do I keep royalty relief if prices rise significantly?
§203.40
Which leases are eligible for royalty relief as a result of drilling a deep well or a phase 1 ultra-deep well?
§203.41
If I have a qualified deep well or a qualified phase 1 ultra-deep well, what royalty relief would my lease earn?
§203.42
What conditions and limitations apply to royalty relief for deep wells and phase 1 ultra-deep wells?
§203.43
To which production do I apply the RSV earned from qualified deep wells or qualified phase 1 ultra-deep wells on my lease?
§203.44
What administrative steps must I take to use the royalty suspension volume?
§203.45
If I drill a certified unsuccessful well, what royalty relief will my lease earn?
§203.46
To which production do I apply the royalty suspension supplements from drilling one or two certified unsuccessful wells on my lease?
§203.47
What administrative steps do I take to obtain and use the royalty suspension supplement?
§203.48
Do I keep royalty relief if prices rise significantly?
§203.49
May I substitute the deep gas drilling provisions in this part for the deep gas royalty relief provided in my lease terms?
§203.50
Who may apply for end-of-life royalty relief?
§203.51
How do I apply for end-of-life royalty relief?
§203.52
What criteria must I meet to get relief?
§203.53
What relief will BSEE grant?
§203.54
How does my relief arrangement for an oil and gas lease operate if prices rise sharply?
§203.55
Under what conditions can my end-of-life royalty relief arrangement for an oil and gas lease be ended?
§203.56
Does relief transfer when a lease is assigned?
§203.60
Who may apply for royalty relief on a case-by-case basis in deep water in the Gulf of Mexico or offshore of Alaska?
§203.61
How do I assess my chances for getting relief?
§203.62
How do I apply for relief?
§203.63
Does my application have to include all leases in the field?
§203.64
How many applications may I file on a field or a development project?
§203.65
How long will BSEE take to evaluate my application?
§203.66
What happens if BSEE does not act in the time allowed?
§203.67
What economic criteria must I meet to get royalty relief on an authorized field or project?
§203.68
What pre-application costs will BSEE consider in determining economic viability?
§203.69
If my application is approved, what royalty relief will I receive?
§203.70
What information must I provide after BSEE approves relief?
§203.71
How does BSEE allocate a field's suspension volume between my lease and other leases on my field?
§203.72
Can my lease receive more than one suspension volume?
§203.73
How do suspension volumes apply to natural gas?
§203.74
When will BSEE reconsider its determination?
§203.75
What risk do I run if I request a redetermination?
§203.76
When might BSEE withdraw or reduce the approved size of my relief?
§203.77
May I voluntarily give up relief if conditions change?
§203.78
Do I keep relief approved by BSEE under this part for my lease, unit or project if prices rise significantly?
§203.79
How do I appeal BSEE's decisions related to royalty relief for a deepwater lease or a development or expansion project?
§203.80
When can I get royalty relief if I am not eligible for royalty relief under other sections in the subpart?
§203.81
What supplemental reports do royalty-relief applications require?
§203.82
What is BSEE's authority to collect this information?
§203.83
What is in an administrative information report?
§203.84
What is in a net revenue and relief justification report?
§203.85
What is in an economic viability and relief justification report?
§203.86
What is in a G&G report?
§203.87
What is in an engineering report?
§203.88
What is in a production report?
§203.89
What is in a cost report?
§203.90
What is in a fabricator's confirmation report?
§203.91
What is in a post-production development report?
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Subpart C—FEDERAL AND INDIAN OIL [RESERVED]

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Subpart D—FEDERAL AND INDIAN GAS [RESERVED]

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Subpart E—SOLID MINERALS, GENERAL [RESERVED]

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Subpart F—[RESERVED]

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Subpart G—OTHER SOLID MINERALS [RESERVED]

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Subpart H—GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES [RESERVED]

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Subpart I—OCS SULFUR [RESERVED]



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