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Projects

TER is currently providing unique tribal engagement and monitoring services on many U.S. pipelines.
Archaeology Projects 
BIA Southern Plains Regional projects (Alabama Coushatta Tribe of Texas and the Cheyenne & Arapaho

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests Barber Ridge Project

 

TER successfully synthesized all existing data on the archeology of the Barber Ridge project area in the Mt. Magazine Ranger District of the Ozark St.-Francis National Forest in Logan and Yell Counties, Arkansas in the form of a Section 106 Report for approximately 10,201 acres of land.

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Eastern Oklahoma Regional Office

 

TER received a BIA contract award for a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 4,333 acres of land within the Miami Agency, Cherokee Nation, Okmulgee Agency, and Wewoka Agency in Eastern Oklahoma.

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Southern Plains Regional Office

 

TER received a BIA contract award for a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 1206 acres on the Alabama Coushatta Tribe of Texas reservation lands in Texas.

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Southern Plains Regional Office

TER received a BIA contract award for a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 893 acres on the Cheyenne & Arapaho reservation lands in Oklahoma.

Energy Transfer Partners/Sunoco: Permian Gulf Coast Pipeline

The Permian Gulf Coast Pipeline is a 600-mile oil and gas pipeline traversing the Permian and Gulf Coast region through 24 Texas Counties. TER is currently providing tribal engagement and cultural monitoring services with multiple tribes along the pipeline corridor.

INGAA Foundation awards contract to Tribal Energy Resources for workshop on tribal engagement and consultation

The INGAA Foundation has awarded a study contract to Tribal Energy Resources, Inc., (TER) for the development of a workshop focused on best practices for tribal engagement and Section 106 consultation, visit the project website here.

Oneok: Elk Creek Pipeline

TER is currently providing tribal engagement and cultural monitoring services on the Elk Creek Pipeline project. This is a 900-mile 20-inch LNG pipeline traversing the Bakken region through Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming, and Montana. To learn more about this effort, visit the project website here.