Oil and Gas
Oil and Gas Leasing for Tribal Lands is governed by 25 CFR/part-211
In order to lease a property an interested entity requests that a particular tract be included in the next scheduled oil and gas lease sale. Federal regulation requires that a publication be made of theAvailable Tracts and that bids are accepted. The BIA handles several sales annually. The BIA publishes by mailing a listing of the available tracts to a list of companies interested in these sorts of offerings. Please contact us at email@example.com. If you wish to nominate a tract, or to request that your company be added to the list receiving notifications.
The Arkansas Riverbed Authority, has recently completed a full inspection of all their Riverbed Tracts. It was noted that a few Operator's have drilled gas well's in section's that includes the River Bed Properties. Those wells are spaced for 640 acres or less, and the Nation's Mineral Interest is not leased. The Nation's considered those unleased properties to be in Trespass. If you are an Operator, who has failed to obtain a vaild oil and gas lease on the Nation's Minerals Interest, you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This office has already contacted, several of those Operators, you should consider reviewing Shearn v. Ward Petroleum very carefully. Operators and Purchasers do you need help in reporting to Mineral Management Services, use this links for help http://www.mrm.boemre.gov/FM/default.htm
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You can view a map that shows the Arkansas Riverbed tracts available for lease for mineral exploration. It also show those tracts held by production.
Arkansas Riverbed Leased Area Map