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Indian Energy Development: Additional Actions by Federal Agencies Are Needed to Overcome Factors Hindering Development
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Frank Rusco (au)
Indian tribes and their members hold considerable energy resources and may use these resources to provide economic benefits and improve the well-being of their comunities. However, Indian energy development is hindered by several factors, such as a complex regulatory framework, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) workforce challenges, and limited access to energy markets. Tribes and their members determine how to use their energy resources. In doing so, they work with multiple federal agencies with various roles in the development process. This report examines, among other things, (1) federal efforts to help overcome factors that hinder development; (2) BIAäó»s efforts to address workforce challenges; and (3) federal efforts to implement a preference authority to purchase energy from tribes. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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