30 CFR 702.18 - Reporting requirements.

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§ 702.18 Reporting requirements.
(a)
(1) Following approval by the regulatory authority of an exemption for a mining area, the person receiving the exemption shall, for each mining area, file a written report annually with the regulatory authority containing the information specified in paragraph (b) of this section.
(2) The report shall be filed no later than 30 days after the end of the 12-month period as determined in accordance with the definition of Cumulative measurement period in § 702.5 of this part.
(3) The information in the report shall cover:
(i) Annual production of coal and other minerals and annual revenue derived from coal and other minerals during the preceding 12-month period, and
(ii) The cumulative production of coal and other minerals and the cumulative revenue derived from coal and other minerals.
(b) For each period and mining area covered by the report, the report shall specify:
(1) The number of tons of extracted coal sold in bona fide sales and total revenue derived from such sales;
(2) The number of tons of coal extracted and used or transferred by the operator or related entity and the estimated total fair market value of such coal;
(3) The number of tons of coal stockpiled;
(4) The number of tons of other commercially valuable minerals extracted and sold in bona fide sales and total revenue derived from such sales;
(5) The number of tons of other commercially valuable minerals extracted and used or transferred by the operator or related entity and the estimated total fair market value of such minerals; and
(6) The number of tons of other commercially valuable minerals removed and stockpiled by the operator.

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