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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter CPart 3190


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 3190—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY, COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS FOR OIL AND GAS INSPECTION

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Subpart 3190—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY, COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS FOR OIL AND GAS INSPECTIONS: GENERAL

§3190.0-1
Purpose.
§3190.0-3
Authority.
§3190.0-4
Objective.
§3190.0-5
Definitions.
§3190.0-7
Cross references.
§3190.1
Proprietary data.
§3190.2
Recordkeeping, funding and audit.
§3190.2-1
Recordkeeping.
§3190.2-2
Funding.
§3190.2-3
Audit.
§3190.3
Sharing of civil penalties.
§3190.4
Availability of information.
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Subpart 3191—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

§3191.1
Petition for delegation.
§3191.1-1
Petition.
§3191.1-2
Eligibility.
§3191.1-3
Action upon petition.
§3191.1-4
Public hearing on petition.
§3191.2
Terms of delegation.
§3191.3
Termination and reinstatement.
§3191.3-1
Termination.
§3191.3-2
Reinstatement.
§3191.4
Standards of delegation.
§3191.5
Delegation for Indian lands.
§3191.5-1
Indian lands included in delegation.
§3191.5-2
Indian lands withdrawn from delegation.
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Subpart 3192—COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

§3192.1
What is a cooperative agreement?
§3192.2
Who may apply for a cooperative agreement with BLM to conduct oil and gas inspections?
§3192.3
What must a Tribe or State include in its application for a cooperative agreement?
§3192.4
What is the term of a cooperative agreement?
§3192.5
How do I modify a cooperative agreement?
§3192.6
How will BLM evaluate my request for proprietary data?
§3192.7
What must I do with Federal assistance I receive?
§3192.8
May I subcontract activities in the agreement?
§3192.9
What terms must a cooperative agreement contain?
§3192.10
What costs will BLM pay?
§3192.11
How are civil penalties shared?
§3192.12
What activities may Tribes or States perform under cooperative agreements?
§3192.13
What responsibilities must BLM keep?
§3192.14
What are the requirements for Tribal or State inspectors?
§3192.15
May cooperative agreements be terminated?
§3192.16
How will I know if BLM intends to terminate my agreement?
§3192.17
Can BLM reinstate cooperative agreements that have been terminated?
§3192.18
Can I appeal a BLM decision?


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