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Environmental Regulation Of Oil And Gas Development On Tribal Lands: Who Has The Authority?, Richard B. Collins, Tom Shipps, Marla Williams, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Nov 1995

Environmental Regulation Of Oil And Gas Development On Tribal Lands: Who Has The Authority?, Richard B. Collins, Tom Shipps, Marla Williams, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

Environmental Regulation of Oil and Gas Development on Tribal Lands: Who Has the Authority? (November 1)

14 pages.

Collection of 3 papers presented at the Hot Topics in Natural Resources Law program held on Nov. 1, 1995.

Includes bibliographical references.

Contents:

Environmental regulation of oil and gas development on tribal lands : who has authority? / Richard Collins -- Environmental regulation of energy resource development on Indian reservation land / Tom Shipps -- Colorado Oil and Gas [Conservation] Commission jurisdiction over environmental matters on Indian lands / Marla Williams

Jurisdiction to regulate the environmental impacts of oil and gas development on the reservation has been contested by tribes, the state, private land owners and federal agencies. Should the state be able to ...


Deregulation Of The Natural Gas Industry, Elisabeth Pendley Mar 1995

Deregulation Of The Natural Gas Industry, Elisabeth Pendley

Implications of FERC Order No. 636 for the Natural Gas Industry (March 13)

4 pages.

Hot Topic: Implications of FERC Order No. 636 for the Natural Gas Industry.

After one year of natural gas pipeline deregulation, what impact has Order No. 636, issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 1992, had on the natural gas industry - specifically, pipeline and local distribution companies? What additional changes might occur? Elisabeth Pendley, of KN Energy and the NRLC 1995 El Paso Natural Gas Law Fellow, will discuss the dramatic changes to the natural gas industry caused by FERC Order No. 636.