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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter CPart 3100


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

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

SUBCHAPTER C—MINERALS MANAGEMENT (3000)

PART 3100—OIL AND GAS LEASING

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Subpart 3100—ONSHORE OIL AND GAS LEASING: GENERAL

§3100.0-3
Authority.
§3100.0-5
Definitions.
§3100.0-9
Information collection.
§3100.1
Helium.
§3100.2
Drainage.
§3100.2-1
Compensation for drainage.
§3100.2-2
Drilling and production or payment of compensatory royalty.
§3100.3
Options.
§3100.3-1
Enforceability.
§3100.3-2
Effect of option on acreage.
§3100.3-3
Option statements.
§3100.4
Public availability of information.
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Subpart 3101—ISSUANCE OF LEASES

§3101.1
Lease terms and conditions.
§3101.1-1
Lease form.
§3101.1-2
Surface use rights.
§3101.1-3
Stipulations and information notices.
§3101.1-4
Modification or waiver of lease terms and stipulations.
§3101.2
Acreage limitations.
§3101.2-1
Public domain lands.
§3101.2-2
Acquired lands.
§3101.2-3
Excepted acreage.
§3101.2-4
Excess acreage.
§3101.2-5
Computation.
§3101.2-6
Showing required.
§3101.3
Leases within unit areas.
§3101.3-1
Joinder evidence required.
§3101.3-2
Separate leases to issue.
§3101.4
Lands covered by application to close lands to mineral leasing.
§3101.5
National Wildlife Refuge System lands.
§3101.5-1
Wildlife refuge lands.
§3101.5-2
Coordination lands.
§3101.5-3
Alaska wildlife areas.
§3101.5-4
Stipulations.
§3101.6
Recreation and public purposes lands.
§3101.7
Federal lands administered by an agency outside of the Department of the Interior.
§3101.7-1
General requirements.
§3101.7-2
Action by the Bureau of Land Management.
§3101.7-3
Appeals.
§3101.8
State's or charitable organization's ownership of surface overlying Federally-owned minerals.
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Subpart 3102—QUALIFICATIONS OF LESSEES

§3102.1
Who may hold leases.
§3102.2
Aliens.
§3102.3
Minors.
§3102.4
Signature.
§3102.5
Compliance, certification of compliance and evidence.
§3102.5-1
Compliance.
§3102.5-2
Certification of compliance.
§3102.5-3
Evidence of compliance.
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Subpart 3103—FEES, RENTALS AND ROYALTY

§3103.1
Payments.
§3103.1-1
Form of remittance.
§3103.1-2
Where submitted.
§3103.2
Rentals.
§3103.2-1
Rental requirements.
§3103.2-2
Annual rental payments.
§3103.3
Royalties.
§3103.3-1
Royalty on production.
§3103.3-2
Minimum royalties.
§3103.4
Production incentives.
§3103.4-1
Royalty reductions.
§3103.4-2
Stripper well royalty reductions.
§3103.4-3
Heavy oil royalty reductions.
§3103.4-4
Suspension of operations and/or production.
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Subpart 3104—BONDS

§3104.1
Bond obligations.
§3104.2
Lease bond.
§3104.3
Statewide and nationwide bonds.
§3104.4
Unit operator's bond.
§3104.5
Increased amount of bonds.
§3104.6
Where filed and number of copies.
§3104.7
Default.
§3104.8
Termination of period of liability.
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Subpart 3105—COOPERATIVE CONSERVATION PROVISIONS

§3105.1
Cooperative or unit agreement.
§3105.2
Communitization or drilling agreements.
§3105.2-1
Where filed.
§3105.2-2
Purpose.
§3105.2-3
Requirements.
§3105.3
Operating, drilling or development contracts.
§3105.3-1
Where filed.
§3105.3-2
Purpose.
§3105.3-3
Requirements.
§3105.4
Combination for joint operations or for transportation of oil.
§3105.4-1
Where filed.
§3105.4-2
Purpose.
§3105.4-3
Requirements.
§3105.4-4
Rights-of-way.
§3105.5
Subsurface storage of oil and gas.
§3105.5-1
Where filed.
§3105.5-2
Purpose.
§3105.5-3
Requirements.
§3105.5-4
Extension of lease term.
§3105.6
Consolidation of leases.
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Subpart 3106—TRANSFERS BY ASSIGNMENT, SUBLEASE OR OTHERWISE

§3106.1
Transfers, general.
§3106.2
Qualifications of transferees.
§3106.3
Fees.
§3106.4
Forms.
§3106.4-1
Transfers of record title and of operating rights (subleases).
§3106.4-2
Transfers of other interests, including royalty interests and production payments.
§3106.4-3
Mass transfers.
§3106.5
Description of lands.
§3106.6
Bonds.
§3106.6-1
Lease bond.
§3106.6-2
Statewide/nationwide bond.
§3106.7
Approval of transfer.
§3106.7-1
Failure to qualify.
§3106.7-2
If I transfer my lease, what is my continuing obligation?
§3106.7-3
Lease account status.
§3106.7-4
Effective date of transfer.
§3106.7-5
Effect of transfer.
§3106.7-6
If I acquire a lease by an assignment or transfer, what obligations do I agree to assume?
§3106.8
Other types of transfers.
§3106.8-1
Heirs and devisees.
§3106.8-2
Change of name.
§3106.8-3
Corporate merger.
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Subpart 3107—CONTINUATION, EXTENSION OR RENEWAL

§3107.1
Extension by drilling.
§3107.2
Production.
§3107.2-1
Continuation by production.
§3107.2-2
Cessation of production.
§3107.2-3
Leases capable of production.
§3107.3
Extension for terms of cooperative or unit plan.
§3107.3-1
Leases committed to plan.
§3107.3-2
Segregation of leases committed in part.
§3107.3-3
20-year lease or any renewal thereof.
§3107.4
Extension by elimination.
§3107.5
Extension of leases segregated by assignment.
§3107.5-1
Extension after discovery on other segregated portions.
§3107.5-2
Undeveloped parts of leases in their extended term.
§3107.5-3
Undeveloped parts of producing leases.
§3107.6
Extension of reinstated leases.
§3107.7
Exchange leases: 20-year term.
§3107.8
Renewal leases.
§3107.8-1
Requirements.
§3107.8-2
Application.
§3107.8-3
Approval.
§3107.9
Other types.
§3107.9-1
Payment of compensatory royalty.
§3107.9-2
Subsurface storage of oil and gas.
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Subpart 3108—RELINQUISHMENT, TERMINATION, CANCELLATION

§3108.1
As a lessee, may I relinquish my lease?
§3108.2
Termination by operation of law and reinstatement.
§3108.2-1
Automatic termination.
§3108.2-2
Reinstatement at existing rental and royalty rates: Class I reinstatements.
§3108.2-3
Reinstatement at higher rental and royalty rates: Class II reinstatements.
§3108.2-4
Conversion of unpatented oil placer mining claims: Class III reinstatements.
§3108.3
Cancellation.
§3108.4
Bona fide purchasers.
§3108.5
Waiver or suspension of lease rights.
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Subpart 3109—LEASING UNDER SPECIAL ACTS

§3109.1
Rights-of-way.
§3109.1-1
Generally.
§3109.1-2
Application.
§3109.1-3
Notice.
§3109.1-4
Award of lease or compensatory royalty agreement.
§3109.1-5
Compensatory royalty agreement or lease.
§3109.2
Units of the National Park System.
§3109.2-1
Authority to lease. [Reserved]
§3109.2-2
Area subject to lease. [Reserved]
§3109.3
Shasta and Trinity Units of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area.


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