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TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER B—LAND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (2000)

PART 2880—RIGHTS-OF-WAY UNDER THE MINERAL LEASING ACT

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Subpart 2881—GENERAL INFORMATION

§2881.2
What is the objective of BLM's right-of-way program?
§2881.5
What acronyms and terms are used in the regulations in this part?
§2881.7
Scope.
§2881.9
Severability.
§2881.10
How do I appeal a BLM decision issued under the regulations in this part?
§2881.11
When do I need a grant from BLM for an oil and gas pipeline?
§2881.12
When do I need a TUP for an oil and gas pipeline?
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Subpart 2882—LANDS AVAILABLE FOR MLA GRANTS AND TUPS

§2882.10
What lands are available for grants or TUPs?
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Subpart 2883—QUALIFICATIONS FOR HOLDING MLA GRANTS AND TUPS

§2883.10
Who may hold a grant or TUP?
§2883.11
Who may not hold a grant or TUP?
§2883.12
How do I prove I am qualified to hold a grant or TUP?
§2883.13
What happens if BLM issues me a grant or TUP and later determines that I am not qualified to hold it?
§2883.14
What happens to my application, grant, or TUP if I die?
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Subpart 2884—APPLYING FOR MLA GRANTS OR TUPS

§2884.10
What should I do before I file my application?
§2884.11
What information must I submit in my application?
§2884.12
What is the processing fee for a grant or TUP application?
§2884.13
Who is exempt from paying processing and monitoring fees?
§2884.14
When does BLM reevaluate the processing and monitoring fees?
§2884.15
What is a Master Agreement (Processing Category 5) and what information must I provide to BLM when I request one?
§2884.16
What provisions do Master Agreements contain and what are their limitations?
§2884.17
How will BLM process my Processing Category 6 application?
§2884.18
What if there are two or more competing applications for the same pipeline?
§2884.19
Where do I file my application for a grant or TUP?
§2884.20
What are the public notification requirements for my application?
§2884.21
How will BLM process my application?
§2884.22
Can BLM ask me for additional information?
§2884.23
Under what circumstances may BLM deny my application?
§2884.24
What fees do I owe if BLM denies my application or if I withdraw my application?
§2884.25
What activities may I conduct on BLM lands covered by my application for a grant or TUP while BLM is processing my application?
§2884.26
When will BLM issue a grant or TUP when the lands are managed by two or more Federal agencies?
§2884.27
What additional requirement is necessary for grants or TUPs for pipelines 24 or more inches in diameter?
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Subpart 2885—TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MLA GRANTS AND TUPS

§2885.10
When is a grant or TUP effective?
§2885.11
What terms and conditions must I comply with?
§2885.12
What rights does a grant or TUP convey?
§2885.13
What rights does the United States retain?
§2885.14
What happens if I need a right-of-way wider than 50 feet plus the ground occupied by the pipeline and related facilities?
§2885.15
How will BLM charge me rent?
§2885.16
When do I pay rent?
§2885.17
What happens if I pay the rent late?
§2885.18
When must I make estimated rent payments to BLM?
§2885.19
What is the rent for a linear right-of-way grant?
§2885.20
How will the BLM calculate my rent for linear rights-of-way the Per Acre Rent Schedule covers?
§2885.21
How must I make rental payments for a linear grant or TUP?
§2885.22
How may I make rental payments when land encumbered by my term or perpetual linear grant is being transferred out of Federal ownership?
§2885.23
How will BLM calculate rent for communication uses ancillary to a linear grant, TUP, or other use authorization?
§2885.24
If I hold a grant or TUP, what monitoring fees must I pay?
§2885.25
When do I pay monitoring fees?
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Subpart 2886—OPERATIONS ON MLA GRANTS AND TUPS

§2886.10
When can I start activities under my grant or TUP?
§2886.11
Who regulates activities within my right-of-way or TUP area?
§2886.12
When must I contact BLM during operations?
§2886.13
If I hold a grant or TUP, for what am I liable?
§2886.14
As grant or TUP holders, what liabilities do state, tribal, and local governments have?
§2886.15
How is grant or TUP administration affected if the BLM land my grant or TUP encumbers is transferred to another Federal agency or out of Federal ownership?
§2886.16
Under what conditions may BLM order an immediate temporary suspension of my activities?
§2886.17
Under what conditions may BLM suspend or terminate my grant or TUP?
§2886.18
How will I know that BLM intends to suspend or terminate my grant or TUP?
§2886.19
When my grant or TUP terminates, what happens to any facilities on it?
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Subpart 2887—AMENDING, ASSIGNING, OR RENEWING MLA GRANTS AND TUPS

§2887.10
When must I amend my application, seek an amendment of my grant or TUP, or obtain a new grant or TUP?
§2887.11
May I assign my grant or TUP?
§2887.12
How do I renew my grant?
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Subpart 2888—TRESPASS

§2888.10
What is trespass?
§2888.11
May I receive a grant if I am or have been in trespass?


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