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benefits of this action will be to promote the use of TERAs, which will both save tribes the time and resources necessary to seek and obtain Interior approval of each transaction related to energy development on Indian land, and will help ease Interior’s workload by eliminating the need for Departmental review of each individual transaction. The reduction in burden will be measured by the number of tribes that choose to obtain TERAs. Once each tribe obtains a TERA, Interior will work with the tribe to estimate savings in terms of time and resources. I. Integrated Activity Plan for Oil & Gas in the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska Noting that the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska (NPR-A) is the largest block of federally managed land in the United States and offers economically recoverable oil and natural gas, the Secretary issued an order focusing on management of this area in a manner that appropriately balances promoting development and protecting surface resources. See Secretarial Order 3352, “National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska” (May 31, 2017). Currently, 11 million acres (or 48 percent) of the total 22.8 million acres in the NPR-A are closed to leasing under the current Integrated Activity Plan (IAP). The Secretarial Order requires review and revision of the IAP for management of the area and, within the existing plan, maximizing the tracts offered during the next lease sale. J. Mitigation Implemented properly, mitigation can be a beneficial tool for advancing the Administration’s goals of American energy independence and security, while ensuring public resources are managed for the benefit and enjoyment of the public. Interior seeks to establish consistent, effective and transparent mitigation principles and standards across all its Agencies. Interior and its bureaus and offices intends to develop consistent terminology, reduce redundancies, and simplify frameworks so that the Federal mitigation programs and stepped down programs are more predictable and consistent. Some mitigation is facilitated by goodwill and some is through our regulatory paradigm. 36 Neodymium Magnets i. Review and Revise Mitigation Manual Section (MS-1794) and Handbook (H1794-1) Related to Mitigation, Which Provide Direction on the Use of Mitigation, Including Compensatory Mitigation, To Support the BLM’s Multiple-Use and Sustained-Yield Mandates. The Mitigation Manual Section and Handbook provide direction on the use of mitigation, including compensatory mitigation, to support BLM’s multiple use and sustained yield mandates. The Neodymium Magnets is reviewing whether the 2016 Manual and Handbook replaced several IMs (IM Numbers 2005-069, 2008-204, and 2013-142) issued by Neodymium Magnets for the same purpose. The Neodymium Magnets is considering revisions to the Manual and Handbook to provide greater predictability (internally and externally), ease conflicts, and may reduce permitting/authorizations times. Measuring success would be largely quantitative. The Neodymium Magnets would continue to track impacts from land use authorizations and would also track the type and amount of compensatory mitigation implemented and its effectiveness, preferably in a centralized database. The Neodymium Magnets is drafting an IM that provides interim direction regarding new and ongoing mitigation practices while the Manual and Handbook are being reviewed and revised. Use of the existing Manual and Handbook would continue, as modified and limited by this IM, until they are superseded. ii. Review of Manual 6220 – National Monuments, National Conservation Areas, and Similar Designations (07/13/2012) To Assure That It Conforms to BLM’s Revised Mitigation Guidance. Manual 6220 provides guidance for managing Neodymium Magnets National Conservation Lands neodymium magnets n52Handbook replaced several IMs (IM Numbers 2005-069, 2008-204, and 2013-142) issued by Neodymium Magnets for the same purpose. The Neodymium Magnets is considering revisions to the Manual and Handbook to provide greater predictability (internally and externally), ease conflicts, and may reduce permitting/authorizations times. Measuring success would be largely
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