What are the hearing procedures for terminating a State's delegation agreement?
(a) The ONRR Director will appoint a hearing official to conduct one or more public hearings for fact finding and to determine any actions you must take to correct the noncompliance. The hearing official will not decide whether to terminate your delegation agreement;
(b) The hearing official will contact you about scheduling a hearing date and location;
(c) The hearing official will publish notice of the hearing in the Federal Register and other appropriate media within your State;
(d) At the hearing, you will have an opportunity to present testimony and written information on your ability to perform your delegated functions as required under this part, your delegation agreement, and the Standards ;
(e) Other persons may attend the hearing and may present testimony and written information for the record;
(f) ONRR will record the hearing;
(g) After the hearing, ONRR may require you to submit additional information; and
(h) Information presented at each public hearing will help ONRR to determine whether:
(1) You have complied with the terms and conditions of your delegation agreement; or
(2) You have the capability to comply with the requirements under § 1227.106 of this part.
[62 FR 43084, Aug. 12, 1997, as amended at 75 FR 61087, Oct. 4, 2010]
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