I posted this question here on math.stackexchange.com. I have not had an answer, and I thought it could be more appropriate here.

(Please, If you judge this my opinion is wrong, then I will delete this question)

Reading a paper I had the need to complete a proof, and came up with a certain argument(see below). My question is: at your knowledge, could I reduce it to a special case of some other theorem? I ask this question in order to give a correct reference, instead of my trivial ad hoc argument, in the case the answer is positive.

I had to prove that:

Given a smooth action $\Psi$ of $\mathbb{T}^k$ on a symplectic manifold $(M,\omega)$, if $\omega$ is exact and there exists a smooth map $\pi:M\to P$ constant on the orbit of $\Psi$ and such that $\zeta_X\lrcorner\omega\in\pi^*(\Omega^1(P)),\forall X\in\textrm{Lie}(\mathbb{T}^k)$,( being $\zeta$ the action of $\textrm{Lie}(\mathbb{T}^k)$ on $M$ induced by $\Psi$), then the $\Psi$ is an hamiltonian action w.r.t. $\omega$.

For completeness, I sketch also the trivial proof:

Let $\eta$ be a primitive of $\omega$, and $\mu_i\in C^\infty(M,\mathbb R)$ be defined by $$\mu_i=\int_0^1 \big(\textrm{Fl}_t^{\zeta_{e_i}}\big)^\ast (\zeta_{e_i}\lrcorner\eta)\,dt.$$
We contend that $d\mu_i=\zeta_{e_i}\lrcorner\omega$, for any $i=1,\ldots,k$.

By H.Cartan's formula and the theorem on Lie derivative we get $$d\mu_i=\int_0^1\frac{d}{dt}\bigg(\big(\textrm{Fl}_t^{\zeta_{e_i}}\big)^\ast\eta\bigg)\,dt-\int_0^1\big(\textrm{Fl}_t^{\zeta_{e_i}}\big)^\ast(\zeta_{e_i}\lrcorner\omega)\,dt.$$
The first integral is identically zero for periodicity.

The second one is $\zeta_{e_i}\lrcorner\omega$, because its integrand is a constant function of $t$, i.e. $\mathcal{L}(\zeta_{e_i}).(\zeta_{e_i}\lrcorner\omega)=0$ by the hypothesis.