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Indian Energy Development: Poor Management by BIA Has Hindered Energy Development on Indian Lands
Frank Rusco (au)
Energy resources on Indian tribal lands hold significant potential, but remain largely undeveloped. The Department of the Interioräó»s (Interioräó»s) Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) reviews and approves leases and other permits required for development. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 enables tribes to pursue tribal energy resource agreements (TERAs) with Interior that allow the tribe to enter into energy leases and agreements without review and approval by Interior. It also authorizes Interior to provide grants to develop the capacity needed to enter into a TERA. However, no tribe has done so. This report examines (1) factors that have hindered Indian energy development; (2) factors that have deterred tribes from pursuing TERAs; and (3) the effectiveness of Interioräó»s efforts to build tribesäó» capacity to enter into TERAs. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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