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Fort Sill Apache Tribe - 2003 Project

Project Overview
Tribe/Awardee: Fort Sill Apache Tribe
Location: Apache, OK
Project Title: Fort Sill Apache Energy Planning Project
Type of Application: First Steps (Planning)
DOE Grant Number: DE-FG36-03GO13119
Project Amounts:
DOE: $107,262
Awardee: $0
Total: $107,262
Project Status: Complete  More
Project Period
of Performance:
Start: September 2003
End: June 2006

Project Description

Creation of an energy component within the tribal structure to serve as a focal point for energy related issues, assess efficiency of tribal facilities, and conduct long range energy planning. These efforts are intended to provide the information necessary to make informed decisions on energy development; plan for present and future tribal energy needs; and increase community comprehension of energy issues. Tribal lands, including both individual allotments and tribal trust land, are spread across a five-county area in southwestern Oklahoma.

Project Status

This project is complete. For details, see the final report (PDF 18.4 MB). Download Adobe Reader.

For more information, see the November 2003 (PDF 1.5 MB), October 2004 (PDF 1.4 MB) and October 2005 (PDF 158 KB) project status reports. Download Adobe Reader.

Project Contact

Shamieka Ross
(580) 588-2298