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Kerr Drilling Company by Oklahoma businessman-politician Robert S. You can help by adding to it. Supreme Court of the United States held that an Indian tribe is not required to obtain the approval of the Secretary of the Interior in order to impose taxes on non-tribal persons or entities doing business on a reservation. In 1978, the Navajo Tribal Council passed two taxing ordinances.
Main oil and gas operations in the US were the Mid-Continent, Rocky Mountains, onshore Louisiana, and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. Main offices were located in downtown Denver and the Greenspoint area of Houston. Corporate headquarters were located in Downtown Oklahoma City. In the 1970s the company had a forest products division, and mineral mining in New Mexico, Arizona, and Idaho, and coal mining in Wyoming and Illinois. S operations were on land owned by the U. Additional exploration was planned for the South China Sea. These operations were run primarily from an office in Beijing.
On June 14, 2004, Bobby Maxwell, a senior government auditor for the U. It also bought an ore buying station at Shiprock, New Mexico. Later a partnership with other companies was formed called the Kermac Nuclear Fuels Corporation. In 1957-58 this partnership built a uranium mill near Grants, New Mexico and Ambrosia Lake.
It received licenses in 1962 for processing uranium and thorium, and in 1963 for enriched uranium. An attempt was made to move all regulated nuclear material to the company’s new Cimarron facility at Crescent, OK. This was located near the Cimarron River and Crescent, Oklahoma. In the 1968 the company started construction on what would become the Sequoyah Fuels Corporation plant in Gore, Oklahoma. In 1970 the plant started turning yellowcake uranium into uranium hexafluoride.