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Great Plains Region

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Great Plains Regional Office
115 4th Avenue Southeast, Suite 400
Aberdeen, South Dakota  57401
7:45 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.  CST
(605) 226-7343
Fax  (605) 226-7446


 

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Great Plains Regional Office

 

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Timothy L. LaPointe, Acting Regional Director

The Great Plains Regional Director is responsible for the direction and oversight of Bureau responsibilities and activities as they pertain to the mission and goals of the Department of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. This includes the protection of trust assets through effective natural resources management and strengthening tribal governments while enhancing economic development and protecting and preserving tribal sovereignty to enhancing the quality of life standards throughout the communities we serve. The Great Plains Region is under the direction of the Regional Director, who reports to the Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs, through the Deputy Bureau Director, Field Operations. The Office of the Regional Director provides program direction and supervision to 12 Agencies encompassing 16 federally recognized Tribes.

James E. Geffre, Acting Deputy Regional Director - Trust Services 

James Geffre, Acting Deputy Regional Director - Trust Services

Danelle Daugherty, Deputy Regional Director - Indian Services
Danelle Daugherty, Deputy Regional Director - Indian Services

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484309 Buffalo Border

Programs in the Great Plains Regional Office

 

Tribal Government, Enrollment & Claims:
(605) 226-7376

Provides Technical Assistance to Tribes in the Great Plains Region in the following areas:

  • Secretarial Elections 25 CFR Part 81
  • Tribal Enrollment/Claims
  • Constitution/Bylaws and Section 17 Tribal Corporate Charters
  • Tribal Courts, P.L. 93-638 Contracts/Court Reviews
  • 25 USC Section 81 Reviews.
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Self-Determination:
(605) 226-7426

484321 Self Determination

Provides Pub. L 93-638 Contracting to the Great Plains Region in support of the responsibility of the U. S. Department of Interior to protect and manage the Nation’s natural resources and cultural heritage and honor its trust responsibilities to American Indians. Self- Determination Responsibilities: 

  • Contracting with the Tribes for services provided by Bureau of Indian Affairs through Public Law 93-638.
  • Contracting with the Tribes for construction projects provided by the Bureau of Indian Affairs through Public Law 93-638 and the FAR.
  • Oversight of the audits submitted by the Tribes. Provide Technical Assistance to the Tribes in the Great Plains Region.

12 Agencies – Self-Determination 638 contract

  • Nebraska –Winnebago, North Dakota -Fort Berthold, Fort Totten, Standing Rock, Turtle Mountain, South Dakota- Cheyenne, Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Yankton, Sisseton

16 Tribes – Self-Determination 638 contracts

  • Nebraska-Omaha, Santee Sioux, Ponca, Winnebago
  • North Dakota- Three Affiliated, Spirit Lake, Standing Rock, Turtle Mountain
  • South Dakota -Cheyenne, Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Yankton, Sisseton, Flandreau

15 Tribal Organizations-

  • Trenton Indian Service Area, United Sioux Tribes, United Tribes Technical College, Northern Plains Appellate Court, Fort Berthold Community College, Sinte Gleska University, Ponca Economic Development Corporation, Sisseton-Wahpeton Community College, Sitting Bull College, Turtle Mountain Community College, Crow Creek Housing Authority, Sioux City Indian Education Committee, Intertribal Bison Cooperative and Native American Fish and Wildlife Society.

638 Audits and Onsite Reviews

  • Audits are required each year for 16 tribes/15 tribal organizations
  • Findings and Questioned costs are resolved by the tribe/tribal organization and Self-Determination Representative.
  • Onsite reviews are to be accomplished each year

 

Housing Improvement Program:
(605) 226-7441

The Bureau of Indian Affairs housing policy is that every American family should have the opportunity for a decent home and suitable living environment. The Housing Improvement Program will serve the Neediest of the Needy Indian families who have no other resource for standard housing.

The Housing Improvement Program is a home repair, renovation, and replacement program administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and federally recognized Indian tribes. For American Indian and Alaska Native individuals and families who have no other immediate, or in the near future, resource for housing assistance. HIP was established under the Snyder Act of 1921 as one of several BIA programs authorized by Congress for the benefit of Indian people.

To be eligible for HIP assistance you must be a member of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native Village; live in an approved tribal service area; have an annual income that does not exceed 125% of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Poverty Guidelines; your present housing is substandard, as defined by regulations; have no other resource for housing assistance; have not received assistance after October 1, 1986 for repairs and renovation, replacement or housing, or down payment assistance; and have not acquired your present housing through a federally sponsored housing program that includes such services and assistance.

You must obtain, complete and submit an application, BIA Form 6407, with the nearest servicing housing office. Assistance will be provided throughout the application process.


 

Loan Guaranty and Interest Subsidy Program:
(605) 226-7381

Borrower Eligibility: The borrower must be: an Indian individual; an Indian-owned business entity, with a structure acceptable to BIA; a tribal enterprise; or a Tribe.

Great Plains Success Stories
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Ho Chunk Inc., Winnebago, Nebraska Created > 500 jobs within the community Dakota Decreased unemployment to 3%

Number of Jobs Created/Sustained
2006--------------------460
2007--------------------560
2004--------------------318
2003--------------------318
2002--------------------100
 
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Muddy Creek Oil & Gas Pine Ridge, South

Created > 75 jobs


 

Land Titles and Records Office:
(605) 226-7393

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The Division of Land Titles and Records is charged with the Federal responsibility to provide accurate, timely and cost effective federal land title Service to Indian individuals and Tribes/Compact Bands. The LTRO provides a VITAL federal land title maintenance service for Indian individuals, Tribes and Bands. The LTRO truly is an “office of historical trust records” for the Great Plains and Midwest Regions. The Great Plains Regional Land Titles & Records Office serves Tribes in the states of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa.

There are 135,780 Individual Indian Landowners holding over 1,360,000 interests in various tracts within the Great Plains and Midwest Regions. There are approximately 497,700 title records on file in the LTRO that date back to 1887. Most are on microfilm; 102,000 are probate documents. Currently, the annual record count stands at 16,000–17,000 per year.

  • Authority for existence: Act of July 26, 1892
  • Federal Regulation: 25 CFR Part 150
  • The Aberdeen LTRO is the oldest and has been in operation since 1960
  • Coverage area includes 50 reservations/public domain areas across 7 states (130 counties)
  • 7.0+ million acres of Indian allotted/tribal trust land
  • A geographical title plant.
  • 1.3+ million current landowner interests in Trust Asset and Accounting Management System (TAAMS)
  • 68,000 Indian allotments/tribal tracts
  • LTRO provides direct services to 15 BIA Agency offices & 4 compact/contract bands (Midwest).
  • There are 30+ different types of documents the LTRO records/processes/files.

Six Major LTRO Functions:

  • Record land title documents that convey and/or encumber Indian trust land.
  • Provide certified Title Status Reports that show legal description, current ownership & encumbrance/liens.
  • Maintain the Bureau’s official automated land ownership database known as TAAMS Title.
  • Prepare probate modifications for Indian probates.
  • Prepare and/or maintain land owner status maps and plats.
  • Certify land title documents.

 


 

Probate and Estate Services:
(605) 226-7665

The Division of Probate and Estate Services works to conserve the trust estate of a deceased individual Indian, to assist the Office of Hearings and Appeals with the probate of their trust assets, to pay claims, and to timely distribute the trust estate to the determined heirs/beneficiaries.

As an integral part of the trust management team, the Probate program has an inherent and legal trust and fiduciary obligation and responsibility to protect the trust and/or restricted lands, trust assets, resources, and treaty rights of Indian trust landowners and the Tribes it serves. It also has the obligatory responsibility to carry out the mandates of Federal Law with respect to American Indians and federally-recognized Tribes and is supportive and committed to Indian self-determination. The Probate Program also provides support to ensure accurate payments to beneficiaries and correct records for trust ownership. The Probate Program is actively engaged in the implementation of the American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004. The Probate Program is responsible for preparation of probate cases for submission to the Office of Hearings & Appeals for determination of legal heirs or devisees and subsequent distribution of the estate.

The Probate program has a commitment to support the mission, goals, objectives, and initiatives of the United States Federal Government. It also holds itself to a high level of integrity and standards in performing and carrying out its duties and functions in order to provide quality services to its beneficiaries, the Indian trust landowners, and Tribes, as well as to other Federal Government entities it assists and serves. The Probate program is the hub of all real estate services to Indian trust landowners and Tribes, since heirship of trust and/or restricted land and subsequent transactions begin with Probates.


 

Real Estate Services:
(605) 226-7618

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The Division of Real Estate Services provides technical assistance to 16 Tribes, conducts program reviews, provides support to 12 Agencies on appeals to Interior Board of Indian Appeals, review legal documents associated to all Realty activities, provide responses to landowners, mineral owners, and congressional inquiries, provide technical review on all realty related activities, which include Acquisition and Disposal (land transactions between individuals and Tribes), Fee to Trust Acquisitions (application by Tribes and individuals to acquire fee land to trust status for administration by BIA); Tenure and Management (leases for agricultural, farm-pasture, recreational, commercial, private home sites, HUD home sites, industrial, business and other long or short term leases); Rights of Ways (grants of easements for BIA, State, or private roads, water lines, sewer lines, electrical, telephone, underground fiber optic cable for telephone lines, oil and gas pipelines, facilities); Oil and Gas (leases, unit agreements, communitization agreements, Indian Mineral Development Act of 1982, access roads to oil and gas well locations, reclamation of abandoned oil and gas well locations, compliance inspections, and seismic exploration permits); Applications for Patent in Fees (applications for non-Indians inherited trust property or applicants applying for fee status); Cadastral Survey; and TAAMS leasing.

REGIONAL LEASING DEMOGRAPHICS:

  • 2.9 MILLION TRIBAL ACRES
  • 3.0 MILLION ALLOTTED ACRES
  • TOTAL 5.9 MILLION TRUST ACRES
  • 177,364 ENROLLED TRIBAL MEMBERS
  • $10,800,000.00 GRAZING REVENUES
  • $12,000,000.00 FARM PASTURE REVENUES

 

Indian Land Consolidation Program:
(605) 226-7755

The Indian Land Consolidation Act Amendments of 2000 made Indian Land Consolidation Program a pilot program. The 2004 amendments made the Program permanent. The Amendments authorized the Secretary of the Interior to acquire from willing sellers, and at fair market value, any fractional interest in trust or restricted land, to: Prevent further fractionation; Consolidate fractional interests and ownership into usable parcels in the name of the Tribe/Band; in a manner that enhances tribal sovereignty; promote tribal self-sufficiency and self-determination; and to reverse the effects of the allotment policy on Indian Tribes.

Where economical, purchase all the interests belonging to owners with interests in highly fractionated tracts in a limited set of locations.

Regional Statistics – Great Plains:

  • 87% of landowner interests are 2% or less
  • 98% of landowners own only in this region
  • Over 73,759 landowner interests purchased through December, 2005
  • Expended $12M in FY 2005

 

Division of Natural Resources:
(605) 226-7621

The Division of Natural Resources is responsible for providing direct services and technical assistance to 16 Native American Tribes and the associated BIA staff in Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
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Fort Berthold

The Division provides services related to planning, coordinating, and evaluating programs in the field of natural resource management and provides assistance to protect and enhance the value of the Indian agronomic, environmental, and natural resources. Emphasis is placed on maximizing income while maintaining and/or improving the Indian resources on trust lands and managing the Indian natural resources through technical assistance to BIA agency offices, tribes, individual Indian landowners, and operators of trust properties.

Division personnel provide technical assistance on a broad spectrum of natural resource issues including: dam safety, range management, wildland fire management, geographical information system (GIS) mapping and tribal trust land information, water resources, and fish, wildlife and recreation issues.

This Division also provides to field agencies and tribes, technical assistance, and oversight of Public Law 93-638 contracts. This assistance and oversight is in support of the BIA goal for promoting Indian self-determination.

Natural Resource Management
There are 6 million acres of trust land with more than 1200 permitted range units and 8000 farm/pasture leases in the Great Plains Region. The Division of Natural Resources provides technical assistance to BIA Agencies and Great Plains Tribes in the development of:

Integrated Resource Management Plans (IRMP)
Integrated Resource Management Plans covering all land and natural resource uses within the Reservation have been promoted by BIA

Agricultural Resource Management Plans (ARMP)
ARMP covering all agricultural resource uses within the Reservation is required to be developed in accordance with an IRMP for agricultural land pursuant to the American Indian Agricultural Resource Management Act of 1993.

Conservation plans for each permit/lease
A Conservation Plan to protect the trust land used for agricultural purposes must be developed in accordance with the ARMP for each permits/leases in the Region.

 

Agriculture and Rangeland Management

  • Rangeland Management
    • Range management and operation
    • Range leasing and permitting
    • Appeal
  • Noxious weed control
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    • Biocontrol projects throughout region
    • Initiation of a bio-control distribution center in Great Plains Region
    • Noxious weed control coordination and study
  • Forestry
    • Forestry Management Plans
      Noxious Weed Control
    • Timber sales analysis and preparation
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Wildland Fire Management

Conduct about 45 Prescribed burns annually for 10,000 acres

  • Prescribed burn plans with compliances for ecosystem restoration according to National Fire Plan (2001)

Wildland fire response and All Risk response

  • There are 12 active fire management offices within region
  • Responding to 1800-2000 fires annually and to all risk responses such as Columbia Shuttle recovery and Hurricanes

Fire Prevention –

  • goal is to reduce incidence of fire to approximately 200 annually through prevention education, fire investigation and prosecution, and Tip line use.

Fire training provided through Region and Nation.
Fire GIS Specialist provides technical assistance for GIS development and use.
Fire Archeologist provides cultural and traditional use protection for fire projects.
Fire Dispatcher is supported at the Great Plains Dispatch Center as part of Inter Agency Coordination.

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Water Resource Management

  • Water Resource Projects
    • Water rights quantification
    • Water quality
    • Irrigation projects
  • Development and maintenance of irrigation projects
    • Safety of Dams
      Monitoring and Analysis of approximately 20 high hazard dams as well as other government constructed dams
    • Emergency Action Plans for high hazard dams and implementation practices
    • Maintenance and Repair of Dams
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Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation

  • Conservation Law Enforcement
    • Jurisdictional issues
  • Fish and Wildlife restoration and enhancement
  • Wildlife disease investigation
  • Buffalo management
  • Endangered Species
    • Section 7 consultation
    • Restoration projects
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Human Services:
(605) 226-7351

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Human Services handles 6 components of Financial Assistance, which consist of:

1. General Assistance

a) An applicant must meet the criteria contained in 25 CFR 20.300 (Who qualifies for Direct Assistance)
b) Apply concurrently for financial assistance from other state, tribal, county, local, or other federal agency programs for which he/she is eligible;
c) Not receive any comparable public assistance, and
d) Develop and sign an employment strategy in the ISP with the assistance of the social service worker to meet the goal of employment through specific action steps including job readiness and job search activities.

2. Burial Assistance

a) In the absence of other resources, can be provided to eligible Native American;
b) A relative of deceased can apply;
c) Applications must be made within 30 days of death;
d) Eligibility will be based on income & resources available to the deceased (VA, etc.) and
e) Needs will be determined using the bureau payment standard.

3. Disaster Assistance

a) Disaster Assistance Program will continue to remain unfunded due to shortages in Welfare Assistance Funds.

4. Emergency Assistance

a) An emergency is a situation where a home or personal possessions are destroyed or damaged through forces beyond their control.
b) Maximum emergency assistance payment standard of $1,000 per household.

5. Adult Care Assistance

a) Not eligible for other state, federal, or tribal programs;
b) Eligibility based upon income & resources;
c) Service agreement is in licensed or certified providers; and
d) Requires non-medical personal care and supervision due to advanced age, or physical condition, and cannot be cared for by family members.

6. Child Assistance

a) The child must meet the requirements in 25 CFR; and
b) The child’s legally responsible parent, custodian,/guardian, or Tribal court having jurisdiction must:
1. Request assistance in writing;
2. State that they are unable to provide guidance for the child; and
3. Provide the documented social service assessment.

Financial assistance can be provided when not provided by state, tribal, county, or other federal agencies. Financial assistance is subject to annual Congressional appropriations.
An applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Be a member of an Indian tribe;
  • Not have sufficient resources to meet the essential needs defined by the Bureau;
  • Reside in the service area as defined by the Bureau; and
  • Meet the additional eligibility criteria for each of the specific programs of financial assistance.

Resources Considered when Determining Need:

  • All income, earned or unearned, must be calculated in the month it is received and as a resource thereafter, except income obtained from the sale of property that may be exempt as provided in 25 CFR, 20.309.
  • Resources are considered to be available when they are converted to cash.

 

Indian Reservation Roads Program:
(605) 226-7645

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The Indian Reservation Roads Program mission is to provide safe and adequate transportation and public road access to and within Indian reservations in the Great Plains Region, Indian lands and communities for Native Americans, visitors, recreationists, resource uses and others while contributing to economic development, self-determination, and employment of Native Americans.

The IRR is part of the Federal-Aid Highway Program and is funded from the Highway Trust Fund. It is Authorized under the Federal Lands Highway Program, 23 United States Code (USC) 204. Use of IRR Program funds is defined in 23 USC. This program is jointly administered by the BIA and the Federal Highway Administration. We prepare the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) that is a 5- year plan for improvements on each reservation. Each project on our TIP is supported by tribal resolution. We submit our TIP to the BIA Division of Transportation (BIADOT) for review and approval. BIADOT reviews, approves, and forwards our TIP to FHWA Federal Lands Highway Office (FLHO) for approval. Once the TIP is approved by the FHWA, we then have projects that costs can be charged to. All projects have to be on the approved TIP. All of our projects are supported by tribal resolution.

We contract all of our construction to Tribes under PL 93-638.

Road Maintenance
A tribe may now use up to 25% of its share of IRR Program funds for road maintenance. Road sealing not subject to limitation. BIA retains primary responsibility. Funds supplement the DOI BIA road maintenance program funds. Eligibility criteria per Subpart G of 25 CFR 170.

We address proposed roads needed for future housing, health care facilities, education facilities and economic development. Proposed roads have to be included in each Tribe’s long range transportation plan. We are available to assist Tribes in the Great Plains Region in updating their IRR inventory.


 

Division of Environment, Safety and Cultural Resources Management:
(605) 226-7656

The Division of Environmental, Safety and Cultural Resources mission is to document or investigate conditions affecting the integrity and security of the landscape, human health and safety, and cultural resources, taking necessary, prudent or emergency measures to understand, protect and sometimes improve these assets of the United States, American Indians and Indian Tribes. This Division was formed under the reorganization in 2004.

Objectives:

1. Reduce liability at federal facilities:

  • Perform Environmental Site Assessments prior to fee-to-trust conversions.
  • Exercise due care in identification of liabilities at or near 1500 BIA buildings and facilities in 76 locations.
  • Track and report Environmental and Disposal Liabilities.
  • Remove approximately 250 inactive aboveground and underground fuel tanks.
  • Remove and replace approximately 200 active Underground Storage Tanks.
  • Characterize and dispose of unused hazardous materials.
  • Support BIA defense in Blue Legs litigation.

2. Achieve/maintain environmental compliance:

  • Provide technical and regulatory support to: Transportation, Realty, Facilities Management and Construction (OFMC), Law enforcement (Office of Justice Services), Education (OIEP), Natural Resources, and Housing.
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA): Identify Federal actions requiring NEPA compliance and Consolidate and standardize NEPA activities in the Great Plains Region. Produce Environmental Assessments (EA), Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), and Review NEPA documents prepared by other Federal Agencies. Current Issues Include: wind energy, cell towers, oil and gas, Indian gaming.

3. Support environmental progress on trust land.

Safety Management

  • Perform Safety inspections on 1,500 BIA buildings at 76 locations
  • Process tort claims, worker’s compensation claims, motor vehicle accident reports, personal injury reports.
  • Provide analysis of driving records for 1564 employees to comply with DOI and BIA Motor Vehicle Operation Policy.

Cultural Resources

National Historic Preservation Act

  • Provide 100 consultations and inventories per year
  • Identify cultural, historic, and traditional cultural properties
  • Determination of potential adverse effects
  • Negotiation of programmatic agreements and MOAs
  • Heritage property assessments – 345 buildings

Archeological Resources Protection Act

  • Land management agency
  • Management of permits for evaluation studies by others

Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act

  • Management of BIA collections
  • Negotiation of agreements

Repatriation procedures

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Expansion of the Bear Den 04-20H Well Pad in order to place additional temporary ancillary facilities on site.

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Felix USA 8-1TFH Well Pad containing Martinez USA 24-8H, Felix USA 8-1TFH, Shaw USA 14-8H & Yellow Bird USA 31-17H located in NW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 17, Township 146 North, Range 92 West, 5th P.M. (Dunn County, ND). Felix USA 8-1H located in NW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 17, Township 146 North, Range 92 West, 5th P.M. (Dunn County, ND)containing Eagleshield USA 34-8TFH, Felix USA 8-1H, Fitzgerald USA 44-8TFH & Holter USA 44-8H wells.

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Foolish Bear USA (four-well pad) located in Section 17, T152N, R93W, 5th P.M., and containing four wells: Foolish Bear USA 11-16TFH, Foolish Bear USA 12-16H, DCFH USA 12-16TFH, and DCFH USA 12-16H.

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Charles Packineau #17H: NW¼ NW¼ Section 17, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), McKenzie County, North Dakota. Samuel Packineau #17H: NW¼ NW¼ Section 17, T149N, R93W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Everest-Denali Gathering Line located in Section 12, T148N, R95W and Section 7, T148N, R94W.

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High Hawk 4-9H well pad expansion to accommodate an additional well located in north ½ of the northwest ¼ of Section 9, Township 149 North, Range 92 West.

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Enerplus EA 6 wells 2 pads 9-12-12

Racer #152-94-19B & Garter #152-94-19BH TF located in NE¼ NW¼ Section 19, Township (T) 152 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W). Sapphire #148-95-3B-10H, Rod #149-95-36D-25H, Ruby #148-95-3B-10H TF & Reel #149-95-36D-25H TF located in NE¼ SE¼ Section 36, T149N, R95W.

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Marathon CAT-X Change in cuttings pit 9-12-12

William USA Alternative Cuttings Pit Location remaining within the original well pad footprint.

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ONEOK CAT-X GL pipe size change 9-6-12

Pipe size change on the previously approved Baker USA 11-18H Pipeline

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Kodiak EA 3 wells from 1 pad 9-6-12

Charging Eagle #9-19-24-4H3 , Charging Eagle #9-19-13-13H & Charging Eagle #9-19-13-12H located in NE¼SE¼ of Section 19, T147N, R91W, 5th P.M.

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Marathon EA Lincoln Pad 9-5-12

Lincoln Hopkins Well Pad located in the SE¼SE¼ of Section 9, SW¼SW¼ of Section 10, NW¼NW¼ of Section 15, and NE¼NE¼ of Section 16, T147N, R94W, 5th P.M. and containing the following 20 wells: Lincoln USA 16-3H, Lincoln USA 16-2TFH, Lincoln USA 16-4H, Lincoln USA 16-3TFH, Lincoln USA 16-5H, Lincoln USA 16-4TFH, Lincoln USA 16-1H, Lincoln USA 16-5TFH, Lincoln USA 16-2H, Lincoln USA 16-1TFH, Hopkins USA 15-2H, Hopkins USA 15-2TFH, Hopkins USA 15-3H, Hopkins USA 15-1TFH, Hopkins USA 15-3TFH, Hopkins USA 15-5H, Hopkins USA 15-4H, Hopkins USA 15-5TFH, Hopkins USA 15-4TFH, and Hopkins USA 15-1H.

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Petro Hunt EA Addendum access RD 8-30-12

Access Road Connecting the Fort Berthold #151-94-34D-27-3H, -4H, -5H/Fort Berthold #150-94-3A-10-3H, -4H, -5H Well Pad to the Existing Enerplus Miles 151-49-28D-21H/Sherwood 28-44H Access Road

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ONEOK Cat-X GL Pipe Size Change 8-30-12

Change is pipe size in previously approved ROW.

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Saddle Butte EA Addendum Acess 8-30-12

RTA Compressor Station Access Road/Utility Corridor located in Section 33, T150N, R94W.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden Horse Camp 8-29-12

Horse Camp Extension Gathering Line located in Section 11, T149N, R93W.

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Enerplus EA 8 wells 2 pads 8-28-12

Rebutia #149-92-35B-05H, Cactus #149-92-35B-05H TF, Ocatillo #149-92-35A-04H & Saguaro #149-92-35A-04H TF located in NE¼ NW¼ Section 35, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 92 West (W). Wheat #148-92-19B-20H, Potato #148-92-19B-20H TF, Barley #148-92-19C-20H & Grain #148-92-19C-20H TF located in SW¼ NW¼ Section 19, T148N, R92W.

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Arrow Adden FB GL 8-23-12

Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-27C-22-3H, -4H Wells to the Existing Arrow Fort Berthold #148-94-33D-28-4H, -5H Pipeline System.

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WPX EA Adden Geoge Evans 8-23-12

Alternate Right-Of-Way to George Evans #11-2H Multi-Well Pad Site located in SW¼ of the SE¼ of Section 11, Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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WPX EA Adden 29th street RR 8-23-12

Reroute to the Van Hook Gathering System - 29th Street Route located in Sections 4 and 9; Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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Arrow EA Adden FB GL 8-22-12

Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-30B-31-4H, -5H & #148-94-19C-18-4H, -5H Wells to the Existing Arrow Phase 3 Southwest Pipeline System

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WPX EA Adden Bear Dean Pad Exp 8-21-12

Bear Den 24-13H and Nathan Hale 4-25H Well Pad Expansions located in NW¼NW¼ of Section 25, Township 150 North, Range 94 West, in McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA 4 wells Kelley 8-20-12

Patricia Kelly #2-1H Well Pad located in SW¼ NE¼ Section 3, Township (T) 150 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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WPX EA 7 well 1 pad 8-20-12

Howling Wolf #28-33H Well Pad located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 21, Township (T) 147 North (N), Range (R) 92 West (W).

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Arrow EA Adden FB GL 8-17-12

Pipelines Connecting the Petro-Hunt Fort Berthold #147-94-3A-10-2H Well to the Arrow Fort Berthold #147-94-3A-10-1H Pipeline System

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ONEOK EA Adden Cummings pipeline 8-16-12

Cummings Multi-Well Pad Connector Line located in Section 6, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, 5th P.M.

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Petro Hunt EA 4 wells 1 pad 8-15-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-19C-18-4H, -5H/Fort Berthold #148-94-30B-31-4H, -5H: SE¼ SW¼ of Section 19, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Ruby Parshall 31-31H 8-15-12

Ruby Parshall 31-30HC, Ruby Parshall 31-30HZ & Ruby Parshall 31-30HD located in Sections 30, T151N, R94W.

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WPX Cat-X SCADATowers 8-10-12

Freestanding Aluminum SCADA Towers on Existing Oil and Gas Structures

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Kodiak EA 3 wells from 2 pads 8-9-12

Moccasin Creek 14-11-2-3H, Moccasin Creek 14-11-2-3H3 & Moccasin Creek 14-11-2-4H3 located in SW¼ of Section 11, T147N, R93W, 5th P.M

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QEP EA Rocky-Bull Pad 8-9-12

6-09D Well Pad: MHA 1-04-33H-150-92, MHA 2-04-33H-150-92, MHA 3-04-33H-150-92, and MHA 4-04-33H-150-92 oil and gas wells. 1-09D Well Pad: MHA 5-04-33H-150-92, MHA 6-04-33H-150-92, MHA 7-04-33H-150-92, and MHA 8-04-33H-150-92 oil and gas wells.

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WPX EA 9 wells 3 pads 8-9-12

Minot Grady #26-35H located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 23, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W). Rachel Wolf #27H located in NW¼ NE¼ Section 29, T149N, R94W. Ruth Packineau #16H located in SW¼ SW¼ Section 16, T149N, R94W.

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Petro Hunt EA Adden access RD 8-9-12

Access Road Connecting the Fort Berthold #147-94-2B-11-3H, -4H, -5H/Fort Berthold #148-94-35C-26-3H, -4H, -5H Well Pad to the Existing Fort Berthold #147-94-3A-10-1H Access Road

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Marathon EA Bear Ghost 7 wells 8-8-12

Eagle USA well pad located in the SE¼ of Section 32, T148N, R94W, 5th P.M. and containing four wells: 21-5H, 21-5TFH, 41-5H, and 41-5TFH. Bears Ghost USA well pad located in the NW¼ of Section 4, T147N, R94W, 5th P.M. and containing three wells: 11-4H, 11-4TFH, and 21-4TFH.

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Petro Hunt EA 8 wells on 4 pads 8-8-12

Fort Berthold #152-93-7D-6-1H, -2H, -3H, -4H: NW¼ NE¼ Section 18, Township (T) 152 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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Arrow Adden FB GL 7-31-12

Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-33C-28-3H, -4H, -5H Wells to the Approved Arrow Fort Berthold #148-94-33D-28-4H, -5H Pipeline System

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Arrow EA Adden GL to PH3 7-31-12

Pipelines Connecting the Petro-Hunt Fort Berthold #148-94-20C-21-4H, -5H Wells to the Existing Arrow Phase 3SW Pipeline System

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Arrow EA Addend FB GL 148-94-22B-27-5H 7-30-12

Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-22B-27-5H Well to the Approved Arrow Fort Berthold #148-94-17D-08-1H, -2H Pipeline System.

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WPX Adden Pad EXP Birdsbill 7-30-12

Expansion of the Birdsbill #14-16H Well Pad to Accommodate the Addition of the HB Oil and Gas Well located in SE¼ SW¼ of Section 16, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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Arrow EA Adden PH GL 7-27-12

Pipelines Connecting the Petro-Hunt Fort Berthold #148-95-23D-14-1H, -2H / Fort Berthold #148-95-26A-35-1H, -2H Wells to the Arrow Fort Berthold #148-95-24C-13-1H / Fort Berthold #148-95-25B-36-1H Pipeline System

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Saddle Butte EA Add RTA Man PL 7-27-12

Mandaree 18-07 Pipeline located in Section 7, T149N, R94W.

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Enerplus EA Rain and Snow 07-25-12

Snow #149-93-7A-12H & Rain #149-93-7A-12H TF located in SE¼ NE¼ Section 7, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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Enerplus Add Youngbird 12-21H 7-25-12

Additional Wells on the Youngbird #12-21H Well Pad and to Authorize Expansion of the Access Road Right-of-Way (ROW) and Include a Utility Corridor.

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WPX EA AddenSpotted Horn 7-20-12

Expansion of the Spotted Horn #26-35H Well Pad to Accommodate the HA, HW, and HY Oil and Gas Wells located in NW¼ of Section 26, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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ONEOK Cat-X GL size Change 7-17-12

Pipe Diameter Changes for previously approved locations within the same ROW with no additional disturbance than originally proposed.

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Marathon EA Cummings Pad 7-10-12

Cummings 41-6H, Cummings 41-6TFH & Cummings 44-31 TFH located in NE¼NE¼ of Section 6, Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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Arrow Adden Comp Station 7-5-12

Construction of the Arrow Station #6: Phase 2E-BIA 13 Compressor and Pump Station on the Existing Phase 2E-BIA 13 Pipeline System.

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Enerplus EA 9 wells 3 pads 7-5-12

Lane #149-92-29AH, Split #149-92-29D-17H TF & Spare #149-92-29AH located in SW¼ SE¼ Section 20, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 92 West (W). Nickel #147-93-16A-21H, Lead #147-93-16A-21H TF, Zinc #147-93-09D-04H & Silver #147-93-09D-04H TF located in NE¼ NE¼ Section 16 and the SE¼ SE¼ Section 9, T147N, R93W. Tin #147-93-17B-20H and Neon #147-93-17B-20H TF located in NE¼ SW¼ Section 8, T147N, R93W.

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Arrow EA Adden Kodiak GL 7-3-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Kodiak Skunk Creek #4-7-8-1H, -1H3, -8H, Skunk Creek #12-7-8-9H, -9H3, -16H3, and Skunk Creek #4-18-17-1H, -1H3 Wells to the Existing Arrow KOG Skunk Creek #13-18-17-16H, -16H3 Pipeline System.

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WPX Adden pad exp Rubia 7-3-12

Expansion of the Rubia #16-24H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well the Rubia #16-24HD located in SE¼ SE¼ of Section 24, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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ONEOK EA Adden GL to wells 6-29-12

Henry Charging 41-3H, William USA 31-2H and Baker USA 11-18H Pipelines.

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Arrow EA Adden FB 148-95-13A-24-3H, 4H-5H GL 6-28-12

Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-95-13A-24-3H,-4H,-5H Wells to the Existing Arrow Phase 3 Southwest Pipeline System

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Enerplus EA 8 wells 6-26-12

Grouse #148-92-23B-24H, Hawk #148-92-22A-21H, Partridge #148-92-23B-24H TF & Crow #148-92-22A-21H TF located in SW¼ NW¼ Section 23, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 92 West (W). Magpie #148-92-23C-24H, Wren #148-92-22D-21H, Sparrow #148-92-23C-24H TF & Bluebird #148-92-22D-21H TF located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 22, T148N, R92W.

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WPX EA P Kelly 1-2H pad 6-26-12

Patricia Kelly #2-1H Well Pad with three wells located in NW¼ NE¼ Section 6, Township (T) 150 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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Petro Hunt EA 5 wells 2 pads 6-26-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-36C-25-4H, -5H & #147-94-1B-12-4H, -5H: SE¼ SW¼ Section 36, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-33C-28-3H: SW¼ SW¼ Section 33, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Marathon Cat-X 1 well existing Pad 6-19-12

Additional well(William USA #31-2TFH) atop the previously approved William USA #31-2H well pad located in NW¼NE¼ of Section 2, Township 150 North, Range 93 West.

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QEP EA 3 MHA Wells 1 Pad 6-19-12

MHA 2-32-31H-150-90, MHA 5-32-31H-150-90, and MHA 6-32-31H-150-90 located in SW¼ of Section 33, T150N, R90W.

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Addedum to EA Arrow Two Shields Butte 6-19-12

Pipelines Connecting the Two Shields Butte #3-24-12H and #3-24-25H Wells to the Approved Two Shields Butte #2-24-12H Pipeline System originating from NW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 24, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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WPX EA Adden Clark Fox GL 6-8-12

Installation of a Utility Corridor Connecting the Martin Fox #20-17H Wells to the Existing Clark Fox #16-17H Pipeline System originating near the southeast corner of the well pad in the SW¼ SE¼ of Section 20, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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Arrow EA Adden Station #4 Phase 2SE Compress-P Station 6-5-12

Construction of the Arrow Station #4: Phase 2SE Compressor and Pump Station on the Existing Phase 1B Prime Pipeline System located in NW¼ SW¼ of Section 4, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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WPX EA Adden VHGS 6-4-12

Reroute of the Van Hook Gathering System located in Sections 4, 8, and 9; Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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WPX EA Omaha Woman 5-22-12

Omaha Woman 13-12H Well Pad, Access Road, Pipeline and Utilities located in Section 24, T149N, R94W.

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Enerplus EA 9 wells from 4 pads 5-18-12

Everest #148-95-12DH & Denali #148-95-12DH TF located in SW¼ SE¼ Section 12, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W). Rebutia #149-92-35CH & Cactus #149-92-35CH TF located in SE¼ SW¼ Section 35, T149N, R92W. Zeus #149-93-33D-28H & Homer #149-93-33D-28H TF located in SW¼ SE¼ Section 33, T149N, R93W. Houston #148-94-34CH, Phoenix #148-94-34CH TF & Memphis #148-94-34CH TF located in SW¼ SW¼ Section 34, T148N, R94W.

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Petro Hunt EA Addendum 1 add well 5-18-12

One additional oil/gas well (Fort Berthold 152-94-13B-24-2H) on an existing pad located in NW¼ of the NW¼ of Section 13, Township 152 North, Range 94 West.

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WPX EA Dancing Bull 5-16-12

Dancing Bull 16-21H and Olson 12-1H/FBIR 13-24H Well Pads, Access Roads, Pipelines and Utilities

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ONEOK EA Adden GL Charlson 5-15-12

Charlson Gathering Pipeline located in T152N, R93W, Sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 22, in McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt EA 8 wells 4 pads 5-14-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-22B-27-5H: NE¼ NW¼ of Section 22, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-95-25A-36-3H, -4H, -5H: SE¼ NE¼ of Section 25, T148N, R95W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-27C-22-3H, -4H: SW¼ SW¼ of Section 27, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #147-94-1B-12-3H / Fort Berthold #148-94-36C-25-3H: NW¼ NW¼ of Section 1, T147N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt EA 7 wells 5-12-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-9D-04-2H: SE¼ SE¼ Section 9, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-35D-26-2H/Fort Berthold #147-94-2A-11-2H: SE¼ SE¼ Section 35, T148N, R94W, and NENE Section 2, T147N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-95-27B-34-4H, -5H/Fort Berthold #148-95-22C-15-4H, -5H: NE¼ NW¼ Section 27 and SW¼ SE¼ Section 22, T148N, R95W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt EA 7 wells 3 pads 5-11-12

Fort Berthold #147-94-3A-10-2H: SE¼ SE¼ Section 34, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #147-94-3B-10-3H, -4H, -5H: NE¼ NW¼ Section 3, T147N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-95-13A-24-3H, -4H, -5H: NW¼ NE¼ Section 13, T148N, R95W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden EXP TAT 2-1H 5-11-12

Expansion of the TAT #2-1H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well (TAT #2-1HC) located in NW¼ NE¼ of Section 1, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX CE Grassy Knoll 5-10-12

Additional Well Bore on the Owl Comes Out Well Pad (Owl Comes Out 7-8-9HC) located in NW ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 7, Township 150 North, Range 91 West.

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Enerplus EA Adden Grassy Knull 5-10-12

Additional Well on the Grassy Knoll #2-11H Well Pad, Expand the Right-of-Way for Installation of a Utility Corridor, and Add a Gathering Line Spur to Tie Into the Saddle Butte Trunk Line located in NW¼ NE¼ of Section 2, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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Saddle Butte EA Adden L Sand GL 5-10-12

Lucy Sands Pipelines located in Sections 29, 30 and 31, T151N, R94W.

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WPX EA Adden Fettig GL 5-10-12

Installation of a Utility Corridor Connecting the Fettig #6-7H Wells to the Existing TAT #2-1H Gathering Pipeline System originating from the southeast side of the well pad in the NE¼ NW¼ of Section 6, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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Kodiak EA Adden Conv 5-9-12

Tall Bear 16-15H well conversion of the existing production well to a water disposal well located in SE4 SE4 of Section 15, T147N-R91W.

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WPX EA Adden pad EXP Ethan Hall 5-2-12

Expansion of the Ethan Hall #14H Well Pad to Accommodate the Ethan Hall #14HD Oil and Gas located in NW¼ NE¼ of Section 14, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, ND.

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WPX EA Adden Beaks 36-35H 5-2-12

Expansion of the Beaks #36-35H Well Pad to Accommodate Six Additional Oil and Gas Wells (Beaks #36-35HA,Beaks #36-25HC, Beaks #36-35HD, Beaks #36-35HW,Beaks #36-35HX,Beaks #36-35HZ) located in SE¼ NE¼ of Section 36, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX Cat-X Mason w Replacement 5-2-12

Replacement Well Bore on the Mason #2-11H Well Pad located in NE ¼ of the NW ¼ of Section 2, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, Mountrail County.

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WPX EXP Clara 14-17H 5-2-12

Expansion of the Clara #14-17H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well (Clara #14-17HB) located in SE¼ SW¼ of Section 17, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden Pad Exp Charg 5-2-12

Expansion of the Patricia Charging #4-15H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Well(Patricia Charging #4-15HA) located in NW¼ NW¼ of Section 15, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden Black Hawk 15-34H 5-2-12

Expansion of the Black Hawk #15-34H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well (Black Hawk #15-34HB) located in SE¼ of Section 34, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 92 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Enerplus EA Addend Buffalo Run Lateral Pipe 4-25-12

Buffalo Run Lateral Pipeline Connecting to the West Lateral Pipeline originating from the approved access road and utility corridor to the Enerplus Buffalo Run #5-24H/Gray Wolf #148-94-05CH TF well pad in the SE¼ SW¼ of Section 5, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West.

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WPX EA Adden Edward Good Bird Acc Road 4-23-12

Edward Good Bird 9H Access Road and Utility Corridor Reroute located in south ½ of the southwest ¼ of Section 5, Township 149 North, Range 91 West, in Dunn County, North Dakota.

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QEP EA Adden Commun Towers 4-23-12

Towers for improved radio communication on QEP well locations allowing for real-time production and operation updates.

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Enerplus EA 9 wells from 4 pads 4-23-12

Joey #152-94-23CH & Boomer #152-94-23CH TF located in SE¼ SW¼ Section 23, Township (T) 152 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W). Arctic #150-94-36BH, Pacific #150-94-36BH TF & Atlantic #150-94-36BH located in NW¼ NW¼ Section 36, T150N, R94W. Painted #152-94-28A-29H & Snapper #152-94-28A-29H TF located in SE¼ NE¼ Section 28, T152N, R94W. Map #152-94-28D-29H & Softshell #152-94-28D-29H TF located in NE¼ SE¼ Section 28, T152N, R94W.

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EOG CE add well mandaree 01-10H 4-23-12

One Additional Well on the Mandaree 01-10H Well Pad (Mandaree 106-10H) located in NW¼ NW¼ of Section 10, Township 149N, Range 94W.

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ONEOK EA Adden GL con Fisher 4-23-2012

Fisher Jessica Gathering Pipeline located in Section 6, T150N, R93W, in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden Hidatsa 23-26H 4-22-12

Well Pad Expansion and Access Road/Utility Corridor Reroute of the Hidatsa 23-26H located in Section 23, Township 150 North, Range 93 West, in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden GL B Den 4-13-12

Bear Den Pipeline and Compressor Station located in T150N, R94W, Sections 17, 20 & 21 and T150N, R94W, Section 20.

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Enerplus EA 10 wells from 4 pads 4-13-12

Sun #149-93-07D-12H & Wind #149-93-07D-12H TF located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 7, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W). TAT #150-94-32D-29H & Arikara #150-94-32D-29H TF located in SW¼ SE¼ Section 32, T150N, R94W. Hidatsa #150-94-32C-29H & Mandan #150-94-32C-29H TF located in SE¼ SW¼ Section 32, T150N, R94W. Badger #150-94-04B-09H, Muskrat #150-94-04B-09H TF, Mink #151-94-33CH & Raccoon #151-94-33CH TF located in NE¼ NW¼ Section 4, T150N, R94W.

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Arrow EA Adden GL QEP 4-13-12

Pipelines Connecting the QEP MHA #1-06-07H-147-92 & #3-06-07H-147-92 Wells to the Approved Good Bird #36-25H & Black Hawk #1-12H Pipeline System.

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Arrow EA Adden Phase 1B Hwy 22 South 4-10-12

Construction of the Arrow Station #2 Phase 1B Highway 22 South Compressor and Pump Station on the Existing Phase 1B Highway 22 South Pipeline System.

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Saddle Butte Cat-X Pipe Size Change 4-10-12

Change in pipe diameter in the previously approved ROW.

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Enerplus EA Addendum Sewing Lat 4-10-12

Sewing Lateral Pipeline Connecting to the East Lateral Pipeline originating from the approved Scissors #149-93-4B-3H/Serger #149-93-4B-3H TF/ Needle #49-93-5AH/Thimble #149-93-5AH TF gathering pipeline in the SE¼ NE¼ of Section 5, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W).

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WPX EA Martin Fox 20-17H Well Pad 4-10-12

Martin Fox #20-17HA, HB, HC, HD, HW, HX, HZ Well Pad, 130-foot Access Road, and 130-foot Utility Corridor located in S½ S½ Section 20, T149N, R93W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Arrow Adden TSB-SK 4-2-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Kodiak Two Shields Butte Skunk Creek #4-8-17H Well to the Approved Kodiak Two Shields Butte Skunk Creek #2-8-17H Pipeline System located in Section 8, Township 148 North, Range 93 West, 5th Prime Meridian, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden expansion of the Cross 2-13H 4-2-12

Expansion of the Cross #2-13H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well (Cross #2-13HC) located in NW¼ NE¼ of Section 13, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt EA 5 wells 3 pads 4-2-12

Fort Berthold 152-94-15B-22-3H: NW¼ of Section 15, Township 152 North, Range 94 West. Fort Berthold 152-94-15B-22-5&6H/152-94-15A-22-7H: N½ of Section 15, Township 152 North, Range 94 West. Fort Berthold 152-94-22C-15-4H: SW¼ of Section 22, Township 152 North, Range 94 West.

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Enerplus EA 8 wells 4-2-12

London #147-93-18A-19H, Madrid #147-93-18B-19H, Paris #147-93-18A-19H TF,Rome #147-93-18B-19H TF located in SE¼ SW¼ and SW¼ SE¼ Section 7, Township (T) 147 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W). Atlas #149-93-33C-28H,Calypso #149-93-33C-28H TF located in SE¼ SW¼ Section 33, T149N, R93W. Cirrus #149-94-33D-28H , Nimbus #149-94-33D-28H TF located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 33, T149N, R94W.

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QEP EA Adden MHA pad Exp. 4-2-12

Well Pad Expansion of MHA 1-31-36H-150-92 located in the SE¼ of the SE¼ of Section 31 and the SW¼ of the SW¼ of Section 32, Township 150 North, Range 91 West, 5th P.M

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QEP EA MHA 6 Wells 3-27-12

• MHA 1-06-07H-147-92, MHA 3-06-07H-147-92, MHA 5-06-07H-147-92, MHA 7-06-07H-147-92, MHA 6-06-07H-147-92 and MHA 8-06-07H-147-92 located in SW¼ of Section 31, T148N, R92W, 5th P.M. (Dunn County).

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Arrow EA Adden GL 3-27-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-33D-28-4H, -5H Wells to the Approved Arrow Fort Berthold #147-94-3A-10-1H Pipeline System.

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Petro Hunt EA Six Wells 2 Pads 3-23-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-8B-17-3H, 4H, 5H: NE¼ NW¼ of Section 8, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-29A-32-3H, 4H, 5H: NW¼ NE¼ of Section 29, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Enerplus EA Adden BBL 3-23-12

West Lateral Pipeline Connecting to the Saddle Butte Pipeline originating from the approved Likes Eagle #2-31H/Acadia #148-95-02A-11H TF/Glacier #148-95-02B-11H TF well pad in the NW¼ NE¼ of Section 2, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W.

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Arrow EA Addendum GL Kodiak 3-21-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Kodiak Skunk Creek #12-7-8-9H, -9H3, -16H3 Wells to the Approved Arrow KOG Skunk Creek #16-2-3-13H and #16-2-3-13H3 Pipeline System.

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Petro Hunt EA 4 wells 2 pads 3-20-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-19D-18-3H/Fort Berthold #148-94-30A-31-3H: SW¼ SE¼ of Section 19, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-28A-33-1H, 2H: NW¼ NE¼ of Section 28, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX CAT-X E Line 3-19-12

Installation of Electric and Fiber Optic Utility Lines within the Approved Benson #3-9H Access Road Right-Of-Way.

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WPX EA 4 wells 3-14-12

Ethal Blackhawk (#1-12HC, HD, HY, HZ) Well Pad, 130’ ROW Access Road, and 130’ ROW Utility Corridor located in SW¼ SW¼ Section 1, T148N, R93W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Good Voice #34-27HB, HD, HX, HZ Well Pad and 130’ ROW Utility Corridor located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 34, T150N, R94W, McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt EA 8 wells three pads 3-14-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-9C-04-3H, -4H, -5H: SE¼ SW¼ of Section 9, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-20C-21-4H, -5H: SW¼ SW¼ of Section 20, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-21A-20-1H, -2H, -3H: SE¼ NE¼ of Section 21, T148N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Dakota-3 EA Corn Stalk 3-13-12

Corn Stalk #20HC, HD: NW¼ SW¼ Section 20, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), McKenzie County, North Dakota. Edward Goodbird #9-9HA, HC, HD: NW¼ NW¼ Section 9, T149N, R91W, Dunn County, North Dakota. Independence #2-35HC, HD, HY, HZ: NW¼ NE¼ Section 11, T149N, R93W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden Pad Exp TAT 14-2H 3-8-12

Expansion of the TAT #14-2H Well Pad to Accommodate Two Additional Wells (TAT #2-35HB and TAT #2-35HW)located in the SE¼ SW¼ of Section 2, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County.

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Enerplus EA Addend South Mandaree Lateral 3-7-12

South Mandaree Lateral Pipeline Connecting to the Saddle Butte Pipeline

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Enerplus EA Addend SFLL 3-7-12

South Fork Lateral gathering pipeline system would be located on both allotted and tribal land originating from the approved Hans #20-21H/Mallard #18-93-20B-29H TF well pad in the NE¼ NW¼ of Section 20, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.), Dunn County, North Dakota, extending east approximately 3 miles to four approved well pads in the SW¼ SW¼, NW¼ NW¼ of Section 23 and SW¼ NW¼, NW¼ SW¼ of Section 14, T148N, R93W. The proposed gathering pipeline system would travel east, and then north and south, tying into 18 wells

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Petro Hunt EA 6 wells 1 pad 3-7-12

Fort Berthold #148-95-23C-14-3H, 4H, 5H / Fort Berthold #148-95-26B-35-3H, 4H, 5H: NE¼ NW¼ Section 26, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Arrow Cat-X Skunk Creek GL reroute 3-7-12

Reroute of the Arrow KOG Skunk Creek 13-18-17-16H Pipelines originating from the approved KOG Skunk Creek pipelines, at a point in the NW¼ SW¼ of Section 24, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.), Dunn County, North Dakota, and terminating at the Arrow Phase 2 Southeast Pipeline in the SE¼, NE¼ of Section 23, T148N, R93W.

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Marathon EA Adden Goodbird 3-7-12

Gathering Lines connecting Goodbird 34-7H and Goodbird 44-7H wells to the QEP MHA Gathering System located in SE¼ of the SE¼ of Section 7, Township 150 North, Range 90 West.

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WPX EA Adden Edward Goodbird 9H GL 3-6-12

Gathering Pipelines and Utility Lines Connecting the Edward Goodbird #9H Wells to the Approved Arrow MHA #2-04-03H-149-1 Gathering Pipeline System.

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QEP EA AddenCutting Pit Change 3-2-12

Cutting Pit Changes within Previously Approved Area for the Drilling of the MHA 1-05-06H-149-90, MHA 3-05-06H-149-90, MHA 1-09-16H-149-90, 3-09-16H-149-90, MHA 1-04-03H-149-90 and MHA 3-04-03H-149-90 Exploratory Oil and Gas Wells

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WPX EA Addedum Pad Exp Alisia Fox 16-9H 3-2-12

Expansion of the Alisia Fox #16-9H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well in the SE¼ SE¼ of Section 9, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Enerplus EA 4 Well 3-2-12

Pride #150-94-06A-07H, Courage #150-94-06A-07H TF, Grace #150-94-06B-07H, Honor #150-94-06B-07H TF Wells located in the NE¼ NW¼ and NW¼ NE¼ Section 6, Township (T) 150 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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Arrow Cat-X Phase 1 Loop GL 3-2-12

Phase 1 Loop Natural Gas pipeline (pipeline). The proposed pipeline would be located entirely within the previously approved 100-foot-wide construction right-of-way (ROW) of the Arrow Midstream Holdings Pipeline (AMHP) and would transport natural gas from producing wells to markets

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Enerplus EA Adden 5 wells on exist Pa 3-2-12

Enerplus to drill an additional well (Three Forks Formation) on the following five previously approved locations and to modify a previously approved access road: Sage #149-93-26BH TF and Hidatsa Hills #26-21H. Gardens #149-94-13BH TF and Hudson #13-21H. Mastiff #149-94-23BH TF and Hall #23-21H. Koala #152-94-16BH TF and Fool Bear #16-12H. Flyer #152-94-23DH TF and Fool Bear #23-34H.

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Arrow EA addedum FB 148-94-21A-20-1H,-2H,-3H wells 3-2-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Fort Berthold #148-94-21A-20-1H, -2H, -3H Wells to the Approved Fort Berthold #148-94-17D-08-1H, -2H Pipeline System

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Enerplus EA 3 wells one pad 3-1-12

Rattle #152-94-18B-13H TF, Hognose #152-94-19AH TF, Ribbon #152-94-19AH & Bull #152-94-18B-13H Wells located in SE¼ SE¼ Section 18, Township (T) 152 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W).

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Petro Hunt 7 Well on 3 Pads 3-1-12

Fort Berthold 152-93-17D-8: SE¼ of Section 17, Township 152 North, Range 93 West. Fort Berthold 152-94-13A-24: NE¼ of Section 13, Township 152 North, Range 94 West. Fort Berthold 152-94-14D-11: SE¼ of Section 14, Township 152 North, Range 94 West

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Enerplus EA addend SE Lateral Pipeline 3-1-12

Southeast Lateral Pipeline Connecting to the Saddle Butte Pipeline originating from the approved access road and utility corridor to the Enerplus Bass 149-94-25B-3H TF/Trout 149-94-25B-36H well pad, approximately 2.7 miles east of State Highway 22, in the SW¼ SE¼ of Section 24, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.), McKenzie County, North Dakota. The proposed gathering pipeline system would travel east, tying into 14 wells, and terminating at the approved utility corridor for the Knuckle 149-92-19C-18H/Curve 149-92-19C-18H TF/Deuce 149-92-30B-31H/Net 149-92-30B-31H well pad in the SE¼ NW¼ of Section 25, T149N, R93W, 5th P.M., Dunn County, North Dakota. Segment 2 would originate from the Fastball #149-92-19D-18H/Slider #149-92-19-18H TF/Ace #149-92-30A-31H/Court #149-92-30A-31H TF well pad in the N2NE of Section 30, T149N, R94W, 5th P.M., Dunn County, North Dakota, and would travel east and then north approximately 0.85 mile, terminating at the Baker #20-34H/Biron #20-24H/Baker #29-31H well pad in the SW¼ SE¼ of Section 20, T149N, R92W, 5th P.M.

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WPX EA Tri-Unit & GBBH 3-1-12

Tri-Unit Storage, (Temporary)Fracturing, and Production Pad for Permitted Wells: Charles Blackhawk #31-30H, Goodbird #36-25H/Black Hawk #1-12H. Expansion of the Goodbird #36-25H/Black Hawk #1-12H Well Pad: Goodbird #36-25HA, HB, HD, HW, HX, HZ/Black Hawk #1-12HA, HB, HD, HW, HY, HZ.

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QEP EA Addendum MHA GL 3-1-2012

Gathering pipelines to tie into the existing well pads in sections 4, 6 & 35, T149N, R91W; section 5, T148N, R91W; sections 5, 6, & 11, T149N, R90W; and sections 32 & 33, T150N, R91W.

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Arrow EA Adden NELLIEOLDMOUSE13x-13 3-1-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the XTO FBIR NELLIEOLDMOUSE #13x-13 Well to the Approved Arrow FBIR DARCIE #34x-14 Pipeline System

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QEP EA Buffalo 10 well pad 3-1-12

Drilling of MHA 3-06-31H-150-92 / MHA 2-06-05H-149-92 / MHA 5-06-05H-149-92 / MHA 1-06-05H-149-92 / MHA 2-06-31H-150-92 / MHA 4-06-32H-150-92 / MHA 2-06-32H-150-92 / MHA 3-06-32H-150-92 / MHA 1-06-32H-150-92 / MHA 4-06-31H-150-92 (Buffalo 10 Pad) Oil & Gas Wells located in T149N, R92W, 5th P.M., Section 6 (Dunn County).

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WPX Cat-X add well Sweet Grass 2-28-12

Addition of One Well, the Sweet Grass Woman #22-15HB, on the Approved KYW #27-34H Well Pad

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QEP EA Skunk Creek 10 Well Pad2-24-12

MHA 1-03-02H-149-92 and MHA 3-03-02H-149-92,MHA 2-03-02H-149-92 and MHA 4-03-02H-149-92, MHA 1-03-35H-150-92 and MHA 3-03-35H-150-92 and MHA 2-03-34H-150-92 and MHA 4-03-34H-150-92,and MHA 1-03-34H-150-92 and MHA 3-03-34H-150-92 located in T149N, R92W, 5th P.M., Section 3 (Dunn County).

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EOG Cat-X add 3 wells 2-23-12

Additional Well on the Mandaree 05-16H, Mandaree12-07H, & Clarks Creek 02-17H Well Pads. for the Purpose of Drilling Three Wells

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WPX Cat-X Fiber Optic on Jogn Elk 2-23-12

Fiber Optic Utility Lines Within the Approved North John Elk #28-27H Access Road ROW.

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Arrow EA Adden Arrow Phase 1B South 2-23-12

Construction of a Compressor and Pump Station on the Existing Arrow Phase 1B South Pipeline System located in NE¼ NW¼ Section 16, Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Arrow EA Addendum Phase 1A 2-23-12

Construction of a Compressor and Pump Station on the Existing Arrow Phase 1A Pipeline System in the NW¼ NW¼ Section 4 (trust land) and NE¼ NE¼ Section 5 (Fee Land), Township (T) 149 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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WPX EA Adden Charles Blackhawk GL 2-22-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Charles Blackhawk #31-30H Wells to the Permitted Goodbird #36-25H/Black Hawk #1-12H Gathering Pipeline System.

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WPX EA Adden Elk 16-21H 2-22-12

Well Pad Expansion of the Elk #16-21H for two additional well bores (Elk #16-21HX and Elk #16-21HW) located in the northeast ¼ of the northwest ¼ of Section 16, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden RTA 2-22-12

RTA North Compressor Station on a previously approved natural gas pipeline located in Section 36, T151N, R95W.

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Dakota-3 EA Addendum GL Wounded Face 2-22-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Wounded Face #15H Well to the Existing Ethan Hall #2-14H Gathering Pipelines.

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Dakota-3 EA Adden Add well Benson 3-9H 2-22-12

Expansion of the Existing Benson #3-9H Well Pad to Accommodate One Additional Oil and Gas Well located in NE¼ NW¼ of Section 9, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 93 West (W), Dunn County, ND.

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WPX EA Coyote Necklace 13-25HC 2-22-12

Coyote Necklace 13-25HC Well Pad located in section 13, T150N, R93W.

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Saddle Butte RTA S Comp Stat 2-21-2012

RTA Compressor Station located in Section 33, T150N, R94W.

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Petro Hunt EA FB 4 well 2-16-12

Fort Berthold #148-94-33D-28-4H, -5H: SE¼ SE¼ Section 33, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota. Fort Berthold #148-94-36D-25-2H / Fort Berthold #147-94-1A-12-2H: NE¼ NE¼ Section 1, T147N, R94W, Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Arrow EA Adden Bl. Medicine to PH 2E GL 2-16-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the FBIR Black Medicine #24-21 Well to the Existing Arrow Phase 2E BIA 13 Pipeline.

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Williams EA West Van Hook GL 2-16-2012

West Van Hook Gathering System located in Sections 11,12 & 13, in T150N, R93W and Sections 6, 7 & 18, in T150N, R93W in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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ONEOK EA Addend. GL Luther Pad 2-12-12

Luther and Red Feather Gas Gathering Pipelines located in: Luther Pipeline: T150N, R93W, Section 9. Red Feather Pipeline: T150N, R93W, Sections 5 and 8.

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Arrow Cat-X SCADA Tower Install 2-6-12

Freestanding Aluminum SCADA Towers on Two Existing Oil and Gas Well Pads (High Hawk #4-9H and Nathan Hale #4-25H well pads).

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Petro Hunt Adden 1 add well to ex. 2-6-12

One Additional Well and Authorizing Land Use for a Shift of the Fort Berthold #149-94-29B-32-1H Well Pad located in the SW¼ SW¼ of Section 20, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Arrow EA Add Connecting QEP Wells 2-3-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the QEP MHA #2-05-04H-148-91 and #4-05-04H-148-91 Wells to the Approved George Blackhawk #21-6x Pipeline System.

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Dakota-3 EA Adden East Van Hook Reroute 2-2-12

Right-of-Way Expansion and Reroute to the East Van Hook Gathering System located on the Sanish Peninsula of the FBIR in Mountrail and McLean counties of North Dakota. Tribal allotted lands affected by the proposed action are located in Sections 6 & 7, Township 150 North, Range 91 West and Sections 12 & 13, Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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Williams EA Adden pad Exp Brunsell 2-2-12

Well Pad Expansion of Brunsell #16-9H to accomodate two additional well bores (Brunsell #16-9HA and Brunsell #16-9HD)located in the southeast ¼ of the southeast ¼ of Section 9, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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Marathon EA Adden Windy Boy Crow Files 2-2-12

Crow Flies High 31-4H & Windy Boy 12-35H Gas Pipelines proposed to connect the existing well pads in Section 35, T152N, R94W (Windy Boy 12-35H), and Section 4, T151N, R94W (Crow Flies High 31-4H), to the existing Plaza Gas Pipeline.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden BB Pipe 2-1-12

Blue Buttes Gathering Pipelines located in T151N, R94W, Sections 31 & 32 and T151N, R95W, Section 36.

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ONEOK EA Adden GL Connect 2-1-12

Gathering Natural Gas Pipelines for: Everett Fisher-T150N, R93W, Section 6; Fisher-T150N, R93W, Section 5; Henry Charging-T150N, R93W, Section 3

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Arrow XTO HuntsAlong 2-1-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the XTO HuntsAlong #31x-2 Well to the Approved GeorgeBlackhawk #21x-6 Pipelines.

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Arrow EA Adden Skunk Creek Pipeline1-25-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the KOG Skunk Creek 13-18-17-16H and 13-18-17-16H3 Wells to the Existing Arrow Phase 2 Southeast Pipeline.

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Williams EA Adden Dora Smith pad Exp. 1-24-12

Reroute of Access and Utility Right-of-Way to the Dora Smith #5-8H located in the NW¼ of the NE¼ of Section 5, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, Mountrail County.

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Williams EA Aden. Adam Good Bear 1-23-12

Expansion of the previously approved Adam Good Bear #15-22H Well Pad to accomodate the Adam Good Bear #15-22HX and Adam Good Bear #15-22HW located in the northwest ¼ of the northwest ¼ of Section 15, Township 150 North, Range 92 West, in Mountrail County, North Dakota.

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Petro Hunt Cat-X add wells on duel pads 1-23-12

Four Additional Wells on the existing Fort Berthold #148-95-27A-34-1H & Fort Berthold #148-95-22D-15-1H Dual Well Pad located in NW1/4 NE1/4 of Section 27, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.) Dunn County, North Dakota.

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XTO HuntsAlong 31-2 Well pad 1-20-12

HuntsAlong 31x-2 Exploratory Well (able to accommodate up to 6 wells on one well pad)located innorthwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 2 in Township 148N and Range 92W.

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ONEOK EA Adden GL FB 1-19-12

Fort Berthold 152-94-13B-24-1H and Fort Berthold 152-94-14C-11-1H Gas Pipelines located in Section 13 & 14, T152N, R94W.

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Williams EA Adden Arikara 1-19-12

Well Pad and Right-of-Way Expansion to the Arikara #15-22H located in NE ¼ of the NW ¼ and NE ¼ of the NW ¼ corner of Section 15, Township 150 North, Range 93 West, Mountrail County.

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Kodiak EA 13 Well from 4 pads 1-19-12

Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-4H, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-4H3, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-3H3 located in Section 33, T148N, R93W, 5th P.M. Moccasin Creek 4-3-34-4H, Moccasin Creek 4-3-34-3H, Moccasin Creek 4-3-34-3H3 located in NW¼ of Section 3, T147N, R93W, 5th P.M. Moccasin Creek 1-14-2-2H, Moccasin Creek 1-14-2-2H3, Moccasin Creek 1-14-2-1H located in NE¼ of Section 14, T147N, R93W, 5th P.M. Charging Eagle 14-14-10-1H3, Charging Eagle 14-14-10-1H, Charging Eagle 14-14-24-15H located in SW¼ of Section 14, T147N, R92W, 5th P.M. o Charging Eagle 14-14-24-14H3

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Saddle Butte EA Adden C Creek1-19-12

Gathering pipelines connecting EOG’s Clarks Creek and Riverview well pads to the existing Saddle Butte Trunk Lines located in T151N, R94W, Sections 5,6 & 8 and T152N, R94W, Section 31.

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QEP EA Adden Pad Exp 1-19-12

MHA 5-29-30H-150-90 Well Pad Expansion to accomodate MHA 2-13-14H-150-90 and MHA 2-29-30H-150-90 wells located in the SE¼ of the NE¼ of Section 29, Township 150 North, Range 90 West.

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Kodiak EA 8 Wells from 4 pads 1-18-12

Skunk Creek 1-8-17-15H3, Skunk Creek 1-8-17-16H located in NE¼ of Section 8, T148N, R93W, 5th P.M. Skunk Creek 13-10-11-16H, Skunk Creek 13-10-11-16H3 located in SW¼ of Section 10, T148N, R93W, 5th P.M. Skunk Creek 8-2-3-4H, Skunk Creek 8-2-3-5H3 located in NE ¼ of Section 2, T148N, R93W, 5th P.M. Two Shields Butte 9-8-7-5H, Two Shields Butte 9-8-7-12H3 located in SE ¼ of Section 8, T149N, R92W, 5th P.M.

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Kodiak EA 9 Well From 3 Pad 1-8-12

Skunk Creek #4-7 well pad located in the NW¼ of T148N, R92W, Section 7 and containing the following wells: Skunk Creek 4-7-8-1H3, Skunk Creek 4-7-8-8H and Skunk Creek 4-7-8-1H. Skunk Creek #12-7 well pad located in the SW¼ of T148N, R92W, Section 7 and containing the following wells: Skunk Creek 12-7-8-9H3, Skunk Creek 12-7-8-9H and Skunk Creek 12-7-8-16H3. Skunk Creek #4-18 well pad located in the NW¼ of T148N, R92W, Section 18 and containing the following wells: Skunk Creek 4-18-17-1H, Skunk Creek 4-18-17-1H3 and Skunk Creek 4-18-17-8H.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden GLK 1-13-2012

Moccasin Creek Extension Pipeline located in T148N, R93W, Sections 33 & 34 and T147N, R93W, Section 3.

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Arrow EA Adden FBIR Goes Everywhere 1-10-12

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the FBIR Goes Everywhere #31x - 11 Well to the Arrow Phase 2E-BIA 13 Pipeline System.

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Enerplus EA Addend Pipeline 1 10 12

The Blue Buttes Lateral gathering pipeline system would be located on both fee and trust land originating from the existing access road and utility corridor to the Enerplus Danks 17-44H/Danks 20-41H well pad, approximately 0.25 mile east of State Highway 22, in the NE¼ NE¼ of Section 20, Township (T) 151 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.), McKenzie County, North Dakota. The proposed gathering pipeline system would travel south, tying in to 23 wells, and terminating at the approved utility corridor for the Hall 5-11H five-well pad in the NE¼ NW¼ of Section 5, T150N, R94W, 5th P.M., McKenzie County, North Dakota

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Arrow EA Addendum GL to Phase 2 SW 1-9-12

Gathering pipelines located on trust land originating near the northeast corner of the FB #148-95-24C-13-1H, -2H & #148-95-25B-36-1H, -2H well pad (well pad), in the NW1/4 SW1/4 of Section 24, Township (T) 148 North (N), Range (R) 95 West (W), 5th Prime Meridian (P.M.), Dunn County, North Dakota. The pipelines would run north and then east and terminate at the Arrow Phase 3 Southwest (SW) Pipeline System (tie-in) in the SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 18, T148N, R94W, 5th P.M., Dunn County, North Dakota.

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Saddle Butte EA Adden RTA North 1-6-12

RTA North, BIA Road 4 South Pipelines located in T151N, R95W, Section 36 and T150N, R95W, Section 1.

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Saddle Butte EA Addendum Bad Gun Moc Creek 1-6-12

Gathering pipelines are proposed to tie the existing Kodiak Moccasin Creek 16-3H and 16-3-11H well pad in Section 3, T 147N, R93W.

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Slawson EA Panzer Wells 1-6-12

Panzer 1-20H / Panzer 2-20H / Panzer 4-20TFH: NW¼ NW¼, NE¼ NW¼, Section 20, Township (T) 151 North (N), Range (R) 94 West (W), McKenzie County, North Dakota.

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ONEOK EA Addendum N Gas Pipe 1-5-12

One proposed gas pipeline would be located in McKenzie County, North Dakota, in the following location: Danks USA 11-3H; T151N, R94W, Section 3 and T152N, R94W, Sections 33 and 34. Three proposed gas pipelines would be located in Mountrail County, North Dakota, in the following locations: Arvid Bangen USA 31-18H; T150N, R92W, Sections 7 and 18. Elk USA 11-17H; T150N, R92W, Sections 7, 8 and 17. Galen Fox USA 24-7H; T150N, R92W, Sections 6 and 7 and T151N, R92W, Section 31.

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Arrow EA adden Moccasin Creek 12 29 11

Gathering Pipelines Connecting the Moccasin Creek #16-26-27-12H, #16-26-27-13H and #16-26-27-13H3 Wells to the Existing Arrow Phase 2 Southeast Pipeline

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Dakota-3 C VHGS Adden 12 29 11

Central VHGS traverses Fee and Tribal allotted lands located on the Sanish Peninsula of the FBIR in Mountrail County, North Dakota. Tribal allotted lands affected by proposed action are located in Sections 1-3, 10-12 and 13-16; Township 150 North, Range 92 West.

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PetroHunt EA Adden well pad EXP 12-27-11

The expansion of the 11-1H well pad would be used to drill an additional well, Fort Berthold 152-94-14C-11-2H. The well pad is located in the SW¼ of Section 14, Township 152 North, Range 94 West, 5th P.M

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