U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
As of August 8, 1995, all BLM offices must hold as confidential the names of all parties that file an informal EOI until 2 days following the last day of the competitive sale, or in other words, until the next day following the conclusion of the noncompetitive day-after-the sale filings.
Regulations pertaining to competitive leasing can be found at 43 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 3120. Prior to submitting your EOI, BLM public records should be reviewed to make certain the lands are available for leasing. Some lands not available for leasing are, but not limited to:
In checking the public records, make certain that:
EOIs must be submitted with a complete legal land description. If your EOI contains lands not within a 6-mile square area, please configure the lands into the parcels as you would like to see them on a sale notice. Parcels will not exceed 2,560.00 acres on the sale notice, so if your EOI contains more than 2,560.00 acres and you have not configured or prioritized your parcels, BLM will parcelize the lands, which may not agree with the parcel configuration you prefer.
Make certain your EOI contains, as a minimum, your name or company name with address and telephone number and a complete legal land description
Mail your EOI to:
Lands and Minerals (ID-933)
Submitted Expressions of Interest
This table contains information about EOIs, including the EOI number, name of the submitter, date received, status of EOI, and a link to download a PDF of the document. Note that with these documents, the surface owner information has not been verified by the BLM and has been redacted.