May I call the MMS Hotline to informally resolve an allegation that open and nondiscriminatory access was denied?
Before filing a complaint under § 291.106, you may attempt to informally resolve an allegation concerning open and nondiscriminatory access by calling the toll-free MMS Hotline at 1-888-232-1713.
(a) MMS Hotline staff will informally seek information needed to resolve the dispute. MMS Hotline staff will attempt to resolve disputes without litigation or other formal proceedings. The Hotline staff will not attempt to resolve matters that are before MMS or FERC in docketed proceedings.
(b) MMS Hotline staff may provide information to you and give informal oral advice. The advice given is not binding on MMS, the Department of the Interior (DOI), or any other person.
(c) To the extent permitted by law, the MMS Hotline staff will treat all information it obtains as non-public and confidential.
(d) You may call the MMS Hotline anonymously.
(e) If you contact the MMS Hotline, you may file a complaint under this part if discussions assisted by MMS Hotline staff are unsuccessful at resolving the matter.
(f) You may terminate use of the MMS Hotline procedure at any time.
Title 30 published on 2012-07-01
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