How are the bureaus at the Interior Department powering America?
The USGS assesses the Nation’s oil, natural gas, and coal resources
BLM and OSMRE oversee the Federal Coal Program on more than 570 million acres across the country
BOEM manages energy development in federal waters, from oil, natural gas, and wind
Through Reclamation Interior is the second largest producer of hydropower in the United States
Federal lands and waters supply 30 percent of the Nation’s energy production
Generating affordable power for homes and businesses
Interior’s energy portfolio creates thousands of jobs…
Interior unlocks the energy producing potential of tribal lands
Interior provides more than $10 billion in revenue for state, local, federal, and tribal governments
Interior’s energy history dates back 100 years
And Interior continues to power America into the future
Find out more at doi.gov
The Interior Department is best known for managing the nation’s amazing national parks and historic sites across the country. An equally important part of Interior’s mission is supplying the energy necessary to power America. The Interior Department is responsible for managing all the energy produced on America's federally owned lands. That includes oil, gas, coal, wind, solar, hydropower, geothermal and more.