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Chapter 84. Other Leasable Minerals
. Phosphate leasing method
. Oil shale leasing method
. Sodium leasing method
. Sulphur leasing method
. Potassium leasing method
. Call for applications
. Determination of tracts as competitive or noncompetitive
. Competitive geothermal leases
. Noncompetitive geothermal prospecting permits
. Noncompetitive geothermal leases
. Geothermal lease renewal and extension
. Plan of operations
. Plan of exploration
. Plan of development
. Application for unit approval
. Public notice
. Unit approval
. Copies of application required
. Standard unit agreement
. Unit operator
. Effective date and term of unit agreement
. Unit plan of exploration
. Unit plan of development
. Unit plan of operations
. Participating area
. Unit area; contraction and expansion
. Certification of well test results
. Hydrocarbon notification
. Water rights
. Unit operating agreement
. Allocation of production and costs
. Notation of approval
. Modification of unit agreement
. Unit bonds
. Approval of federal units
The mineral-leasing regulations in 11 AAC
and 11 AAC
effective September 5, 1974, and distributed in Alaska Administrative Register 51, constitute a comprehensive reorganization and revision of this material, and thus the history line at the end of each section does not reflect the history of the provision before September 5, 1974, and the section numbering may or may not be related to the numbering before that date.
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