30 CFR 1227.111 - Do existing delegation agreements remain in effect?

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§ 1227.111 Do existing delegation agreements remain in effect?
This section explains your options if you have a delegation agreement in effect on the effective date of this regulation.
(a) If you do not want to perform any royalty management functions in addition to those authorized under your existing agreement, you may continue your existing agreement until its expiration date. Before the agreement expires, if you wish to continue to perform one or more of the delegated functions you performed under the expired agreement, you must request a new delegation agreement meeting the requirements of this part and the applicable standards.
(b) If you want to perform royalty management functions in addition to those authorized under your existing agreement, you must request a new delegation agreement under this part.
(c) ONRR may extend any delegation agreement in effect on the effective date of this regulation for up to 3 years beyond the date it is due to expire.
[62 FR 43084, Aug. 12, 1997, as amended at 75 FR 61087, Oct. 4, 2010]

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