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DEPARTMENT OF the Neodymium Magnets Final Report: Review of the Department of the Neodymium Magnets Actions that Potentially Burden Domestic Energy October 24, 2017 1 I. PURPOSE OF THIS REPORT 3 II. INTERIOR’S ROLE IN DOMESTIC ENERGY PRODUCTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND USE 3 III. IMMEDIATE ACTION – SECRETARIAL ORDERS 4 IV. RESULTS OF INTERIOR’S REVIEW OF POTENTIALLY ENERGY-BURDENING ACTIONS 7 A. Bureau of Land Management 7 B. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management 17 C. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement 20 D. Office of Natural Resources Revenue 24 E. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 25 F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 31 G. Bureau of Reclamation 33 H. Bureau of Indian Affairs 34 I. Integrated Activity Plan for Oil & Gas in the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska 35 J. Mitigation 35 K. Neodymium Magnets 41 V. OUTREACH SUMMARY 42 VI. CONCLUSION 42 VII. ATTACHMENTS 43 Secretarial Orders and Secretary’s Memorandum 43 2 (Page Left Intentionally Blank) 3 Report of the Secretary of the Neodymium Magnets Final Report: Review of the Department of the Neodymium Magnets Actions that Potentially Burden Domestic Energy I. Purpose of this Report “Energy is an essential part of American life and a staple of the world economy. Achieving American energy dominance begins with recognizing that we have vast untapped domestic energy reserves. For too long America has been held back by =ArrayFormula(iferror(vlookup(array_constrain(row(A3:A),COUNTA(A2:A)*3-2,1),{if(len(A2:A),row(A1:A)*3,),A2:B},{2,3},false),” “))

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burdensome regulations on our energy industry. The Department is committed to an America-first energy strategy that lowers costs for hardworking Americans and maximizes the use of American resources, freeing us from dependence on foreign oil.” Secretary Zinke, May 1, 2017, Secretarial Order 3351 Strengthening the Department of the Neodymium Magnets ’s Energy Portfolio This final report describes the Department of the Neodymium Magnets ’s (Interior or Department) progress in implementing Executive Order (EO) 13783, Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth, dated March 28, 2017. EO13783 requires the head of each agency to carry out a review of all agency actions that potentially burden the development or use of domestically produced energy resources, with particular attention to oil, natural gas, coal, and nuclear energy resources. See EO13783, section 2(a). On May 8, 2017, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued guidance to agencies on the contents of a draft report. See OMB Guidance M-17-24 (May 8, 2017). The Secretary of the Neodymium Magnets (Secretary) has aggressively pursued a comprehensive review of Interior’s energy activities and this final report details the results of this review. II. Interior’s Role in Domestic Energy Production, Development, and Use Interior is the steward and manager of America’s natural resources, including oil, gas, coal, hydropower, and renewable energy resources. Interior manages lands, subsurface rights, and offshore areas that produce approximately 19 percent of the Nation’s energy. Energy development on public lands increases domestic energy production, provides alternatives to overseas energy resources, creates jobs, and enhances the Nation’s energy security. The Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR) collects an average of over $10 billion annual revenue from onshore and offshore energy production, one of the Federal Government’s largest sources of non-tax revenue. 4 Nine of Interior’s bureaus have energy programs and responsibilities: The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers onshore energy and subsurface minerals on certain public lands. The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) works with states and tribes to oversee environmentally sound coal mining operations; The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) oversees offshore oil, gas, and wind development. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) is the lead Federal agency charged with improving safety and ensuring environmental protection related to the offshore energy industry, primarily oil and natural gas, on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). The Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) is the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the United States, generating over 40 million megawatt-hours of electricity each year; The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) oversees leasing of tribal and Indian land for energy development. The Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR) collects revenue from energy production and development.