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National
Indian energy roundtable scheduled in Denver


The Interior Department is co-sponsoring a roundtable on Indian energy in Denver on October 18.

The department's Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development and the Domestic Petroleum Council are bringing together tribes and industry representatives to discuss energy development in Indian Country. The focus in oil and gas opportunities on reservations and trust lands.

The roundtable will be held at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Denver. It is free of charge.

For more information about the event and to register, see http://www.indianz.com/docs/bia/biaenergy101805.pdf.

National Energy Bill:
Energy Policy Act of 2005 (H.R.6)

Relevant Links:
http://www.dpcusa.org

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