Mineral leasing of certain Indian lands in Oklahoma

report (to accompany S. 944) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office)
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Mining law -- Oklahoma, Indians of North America -- Oklahoma, Mineral rights -- Oklahoma, Mines and mineral resources -- Oklahoma, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (
SeriesReport / 106th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives -- 106-338
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Pagination5 p.
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) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) U.S. G.P.O [Washington, D.C Australian/Harvard Citation. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources. Leasing •Mineral Leasing Act of authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to lease lands of the United States or its Territories for development of Natural Resources.

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Congressional Budget Office. Jordan D. Volino is an attorney at Hampton and Milligan practicing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, who specializes in mineral title examination, oil and gas law, property law, as well as federal and Indian title and leasing. Jordan is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen.

The first law passed concerning mineral leasing on tribal lands was a Leasing and Grazing Act which affirmed congressional consent of non-Indian mineral leasing on tribal lands, and permitted year leases with consent of the tribe.

Several additional acts followed, providing for longer leases, preferred lease renewals, and in   The landmark Supreme Court decision gives the five tribes a say over oil and gas wells, refineries, and pipelines — including those running to the Cushing hub of.

These lands are located in 75 of the 77 counties across the state. The MMD staff is responsible for the oversight of approximately 6, wells and 7, active oil and gas leases. Additionally, the staff managesmineral acres for several state agencies, the largest being Office of Management and Enterprise Services, Oklahoma State.

area of the state of Oklahoma was set aside as Indian land. Inthe western part of Oklahoma was opened to non-Indian settlers and title to most of those lands is derived from federal patents.

Title to lands in eastern Oklahoma, in contrast, stems from allotments to indi-vidual tribal members pursuant to three general legislative. Boston University Libraries. Services.

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Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share. Social. Mail. The Oklahoma Tax Commission () is responsible for collecting state production taxes on oil and gas produced in Oklahoma, and has the records on gross production, including volumes and values, from individual wells.

The figures given to you by the oil company should match those reported to the Oklahoma Tax Commission. Mineral leasing on tribal lands is governed by Indian Mineral Leasing Act of (52 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. a et seq.) and the Indian Mineral Development Act of Indian Tribal Energy Development and Self Determination Act ofas amended.

Regulations for Indian Energy and Minerals can be found here: Leases and Permits 25 CFR part - leasing of allotted lands for mineral development (§§ - ) part - leasing of restricted lands of members of five civilized tribes, oklahoma, for mining (§§ - ) part - leasing of osage reservation lands, oklahoma, for mining, except oil and gas (§§ - ).

The TIR is designed and operated as the official Federal repository for all Federal Indian title documents, including patents, deeds, probate orders, leases, land or resource contracts, rights-of-way, easements, covenants, title status reports, cadastral surveys, and other documents affecting the title to Indian trust and restricted lands.

Leasing and Permitting Handbook Chapter 1 - General Information: Provides general requirements for processing agricultural, residential, and business leases and permits on Indian trust lands under the jurisdiction of the BIA.

3/06/ Leasing and Permitting Handbook Chapter 2 - Agricultural. tribal mineral development. The leasing of tribal lands is subject to myriada of federal and, in the case of Public Lawstate statutes.

Thus, understanding the nature of tribal lands demands an understanding of federal and state leasing regulations alike, together with the history of tribal mineral leasing. History of Tribal Mineral. mineral rights on public lands. The DOI has exercised its rulemaking power and enacted rules governing mineral leases on tribal lands.

One rule at issue in. United States v. Osage Wind, LLC. was 25 C.F.R. §which regulates the development of Indian mineral resources and sets forth the definition of “mining.”   Land loss for Native Americans is framed as a historic phenomenon, but for tribes in Oklahoma, it never stopped.

Through allotment, the Cherokee Nation lost 74. If your mineral rights are in Oklahoma, there’s a better than average chance that the land they are attached to is already producing oil or gas and you will be collectingOklahoma was the highest producing oil region in the world.

Today the state still ranks in the top five for oil and contributes to 9% of the natural gas production in the United States. Indian lands are estimated to contain three. percent of the nation's known oil and gas reserves, 5. 30 percent of the. coal west of the Mississippi, 6.

and up to a third or more of the coun-try's uranium, 7. as well as smaller quantities of a host other mineral resources.' The market value of minerals produced on Indian lands. exceeds $1. Leases of Certain Allotted Lands. Pub. –, title II, §Nov. 7,Stat.authorized the Secretary of the Interior to approve oil or gas leases affecting individually owned Navajo Indian allotted lands in certain circumstances and defined pertinent terms with respect to such leases.

Pub. –, § 1, July 7,Stat.as amended by Pub. – M, 76 I.D.Disposition of Proceeds Derived From Mineral Deposits -- Lands in Oklahoma Purchased for Choctaw Tribe 08/06/ M, National Housing Act -- Eligibility of Indian Tribes. But previous efforts to lease and drill on the Indian lands stalled in the s, and again in the late s, thwarted by a dense bureaucracy and a tangle of laws governing leasing.

To amend Public Law to provide for the mineral leasing of certain Indian Oct.

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6, lands in Oklahoma. [S ] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. MINERAL LEASING OF CERTAIN INDIAN LANDS. An act to amend Public Law to provide for the mineral leasing of certain Indian lands in Oklahoma.

Septem Cost Estimate. Cost estimate for the bill as ordered reported by the House Committee on Resources on Septem View Document KB. Summary. Indian Title Chart: Lands Allotted Under the General Allotment Act Notes to Accompany Table of Alienability Among General Allotment Indians Withington, W.R., Land Titles in Oklahoma Under the General Allotment Act, 30 Oklahoma Bar Association Journal ().

The tribe auctioned off development rights of their mineral assets for millions of dollars. According to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, in the total revenue of the Osage from the mineral leases was $24, After the tribe auctioned mineral leases and more land was explored, the oil business on the Osage reservation boomed.

N. Robinson, Suite Oklahoma City, OK Phone: | Fax: © Commissioners of the Land Office.Summary of S - th Congress (): A bill to amend Public Law to provide for the mineral leasing of certain Indian lands in Oklahoma.Fee - non trust individuals who could be Indian or non Indian who own lands on reservations; Lease Samples.

Sample Oil & Gas Lease - Allotted Indian Lands; Indian Mineral Development Act (IMDA)- Specialized tribal lease under Indian Mineral Development Act of .