Indian Affairs | Osage Agency

Osage Agency

The Osage Agency is under the general supervision of the Line Officer in charge, the Agency Superintendent, which provides services to the Osage Nation and Osage Mineral Estate. The Agency branches include Executive Direction and Trust Services. Trust Services is divided into six sub-sections: Real Estate Services, Probate and Estate Services, Natural Resources, Mineral Subsurface Leasing, Mineral Lease Management, and Mineral Field Operations. The trust land overseen by the Agency consists of approximately 1.4 million acres which encompass the Osage Mineral Reserve covering Osage County, Oklahoma. Individual Restricted Lands cover 134,709.89 acres of Osage County.  Restricted Lands held outside the boundaries are approximately .11 acres.  The Osage Tribal Trust Land includes 1,819.125 acres which encompass three Indian villages, an Industrial Park, the Osage Agency Campus and Agency Reservoir, along with the St. John Cemetery and other acreage.


Robin Phillips, Superintendent - Osage Agency

Mary "Jeannine" Hale, Deputy Superintendent - Osage Agency


Leasing of Osage Reservation Lands for Oil and Gas Mining


Royalty Reporting

JULY REPORTING:  Because the revised regulations are not effective until mid-July, production for July should be reported and royalty calculated and remitted in accordance with the prior regulations.

REPORTING AFTER AUGUST:  Beginning with August production, royalty should continue to be reported on existing Osage Agency forms, but royalty payments must be calculated and remitted based on the

revised regulations for determining price for oil and gas.  See new 25 C.F.R. 226.18 & .19  (oil); 25 C.F.R. 226.20 (gas).  Please also note that beginning with August production, the date for when royalty

and reports are due has changed.  See 25 C.F.R. 226.25(b) (royalty payments); 25 C.F.R. 226 (reporting).

Bonding: To assist in meeting the new bonding requirements lessee may stack bonds to reach the required level of bonding upon approval of the Agency Superintendent.

"Notice of full tank": The notice of full tank for purchase does not need to be provided 48 hours prior to sell.  It only needs to be provided prior to producer contacting purchaser for pickup of the full tank.

Information for the National Electric Code





Osage Tour Aug 2010

Osage Tour, August 2010


Osage Agency Fire Management, June 2008.