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  1. BLM review of oil shale RD&D noms moves to state offices

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    Mon, 25 Oct 2010

  2. Obama names Salazar to lead 'deeply troubled' Interior Department

    Praising his nominee's ability to bring groups with opposing viewpoints together to reach solutions, Barack H. Obama formally nominated US Sen. Ken Salazar (D-Colo.) on Dec. 17 to lead what the president-elect termed a "deeply troubled" Department of the Interior .

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    Fri, 9 Jan 2009

  3. Salazar to lead 'deeply troubled' Interior department

    Barack Obama formally nominated US Sen. Ken Salazar (D-Colo.) on Dec. 17 to lead what the president-elect termed a "deeply troubled" Department of the Interior . He praised Salazar's ability to bring groups with opposing viewpoints together to reach solutions.

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    Thu, 18 Dec 2008

  4. OTC: Farquhar says 'political people' don't interfere with permitting

    "Political people don't pay attention to individual permits. They don't interfere with permitting for political purposes," Ned Farquhar, deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management in the US Department of the Interior , told energy professionals May 5 at the Offshore Technology ...

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    Mon, 16 May 2011

  5. GAO places high-risk label on DOI's oil, gas programs

    Problems in the US Department of the Interior ’s oil and gas programs are so extensive that the Government Accountability Office has designated their management a high-risk issue, an official of the congressional watchdog service told the US House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee.

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    Thu, 3 Mar 2011

  6. As BLM completes Utah resource plans, possible December lease sale draws fire

    New resource management plans for five of the US Bureau of Land Management's six Utah field offices received final approval on Oct. 31, while the sixth is being reviewed at the US Department of the Interior .

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    Fri, 7 Nov 2008

  7. House hearing, Senate bill focus on MMS ethics reforms

    Ethics reforms are needed at the US Minerals Management Service, but making them effective and realistic will be a challenge, the US Department of the Interior ’s acting inspector general told a US House committee on May 26.

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    Thu, 27 May 2010

  8. 'Keeping Alaska's OCS leasing on schedule is critically important'

    Alaska Gov. Sarah H. Palin, testifying at the US Department of the Interior's Apr. 14 hearing in Anchorage about a draft proposed five-year Outer Continental Shelf leasing plan.

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    Wed, 15 Apr 2009

  9. OTC: Farquhar says 'political people' don't interfere with permitting

    “Political people don’t pay attention to individual permits. They don’t interfere with permitting for political purposes,” Ned Farquhar, deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management in the US Department of the Interior , told energy professionals May 5 at the Offshore Technology ...

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    Fri, 6 May 2011

  10. BLM review of oil shale RD&D noms moves to state offices

    The US Bureau Land Management’s Washington office completed its review of three nominations for oil shale research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) leases in Colorado and Utah, and has forwarded them to its offices in those two states for further review, the US Department of the Interior ...

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    Fri, 15 Oct 2010

  11. GAO places high-risk label on DOI's oil, gas programs

    Problems in the US Department of the Interior's oil and gas programs are so extensive that the Government Accountability Office has designated their management a high-risk issue, an official of the congressional watchdog service told the US House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee.

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    Mon, 14 Mar 2011

  12. Interior IG's probe finds wide range of improper behavior in MMS RIK office

    Employees in the US Minerals Management Service's royalty-in-kind office in Denver were paid for outside work, abused drugs and alcohol, and solicited sex, an investigation by the Department of the Interior solicitor general's office found.

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    Fri, 12 Sep 2008

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