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What does USDOI stand for?

USDOI stands for United States Department of Interior


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Those efforts included investigating whether the proposed casino development was in violation of applicable environmental regulations, and participating in and financing a federal lawsuit against the United States Department of Interior, in which it was alleged that the federal government had improperly acquired and conveyed portions of the Quapaw's Oklahoma land, such that the land could not legally be used for gaming purposes," said Judge Richard D.
W&T has had continuing discussions with representatives of the United States Department of Interior Bureau of Ocean Energy Management ("BOEM") regarding BOEM's previously disclosed decision that W&T no longer qualifies for a waiver of certain supplemental bonding requirements for potential offshore decommissioning (including plugging and abandonment) liabilities.
The wind project site includes an area of approximately 64,500 acres of underwater land and is approximately 13 to 15 miles off the shore of Long Island in the Atlantic Ocean's Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), an area under the jurisdiction of BOE--a federal bureau within the United States Department of Interior.
During the course of the Bankruptcy Action, the truth was revealed that ATP had: (1) severely downplayed the impact that the United States Department of Interior moratoria had on the Company's business and revenues; (2) violated the provisions of certain credit agreements to which the Company was a party; (3) issued a Registration Statement that contained false and misleading statements and/or omissions of material fact; and (4) subsequently made materially false and misleading statements regarding the liquidity and financial condition of the Company.
Specifically the complaint alleges that the defendants materially misstated and/or failed to disclose that: (i) ATP severely downplayed the impact that the United States Department of Interior moratoria had on the Company's business and revenues; (ii) ATP violated the provisions of certain credit agreements to which the Company was a party; and (iii) misstated ATP's liquidity and financial position.
About UAIC The re-establishment of the United Auburn Indian Tribe began in the early 1990s when the United States Department of Interior documented the existence of a separate, cohesive band of Maidu and Miwok Indians, occupying a village on the outskirts of the city of Auburn, California.