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U.S. Department of the Interior

A department in the United States charged with overseeing national parks and most other land owned by the federal government. It is also responsible for conserving wildlife and managing U.S. relations with Native Americans. It was established in 1849.
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a 100% owned subsidiary of TIC, has acquired from the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management leases for oil and gas parcels totaling more than 14,000 acres of land in the Rail Road Valley and White River Valley areas of Nevada for purposes of utilizing its STeP(TM) (Sub Terrain Prospecting) technology in oil and gas exploration and development activities.
The claims were filed with the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management ("BLM") and receipted by the Nye County Recorder in July 2005.
To all who have given their time and energy to this project, on behalf of everyone at the United States Department of the Interior, and on behalf of the current and future generations who will benefit from your work, you can rest assured that your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Letters from the Regional Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the United States Department of the Interior (the "BIA") have given the BIA's current position on matters of tribal representation and status of the Agreement of Settlement and Compromise (the "Settlement Agreement") entered into by the Cayuga Nation to resolve certain claims against the State of New York.

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