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Chapter 3. Disposition of Royalty Oil, Gas, or Gas Liquids
. Provisions applicable to all dispositions of royalty oil, gas, or associated substances
. Taking royalty oil, gas, or associated substances in-kind
. Procedures to be followed for dispositions
. Storage conditions
. Market conditions
. Provisions applicable to royalty contracts
. Determination of noncompetitive disposition
. Notification to royalty board
. Procedure for noncompetitive disposition
. Award of noncompetitive disposal
. Rejection of proposals
. Disposition by competitive bid
. Sealed bids
. Invitation to bid
. Distribution of invitation to bid
. Qualifications of bidders
. Priorities among bidders
. Designation of priority
. In-state processor
. In-state supplier
. Rejection of bids
. Conference with bidder
. Execution of contract for competitive disposal
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