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California Environmental Law and Policy Update - September 2014 #3

Environmental and Policy Focus: California acts to manage statewide groundwater issues: Allen Matkins - Sep 19: Faced with record drought and depleted groundwater supplies statewide, the California Legislature has...more

Mixed Result In A Louisiana Legacy Pollution Case

The Dietz family sued several lessees for injunctive relief and restorative damages arising out of leases on two non-contiguous tracts in Acadia Parish. In Dietz, et al. v. Superior Oil Company, et al the trial court granted...more

Energy And Environment Update -- August 12, 2013

In This Issue: Energy and Climate Debate; Congress; Administration; Department of Commerce; Department of Energy; Department of Interior; Environmental Protection Agency; Nuclear Regulatory Commission; International;...more

Texas Agencies Announce Rules to Streamline Permitting and Ease Requirements for Oil and Gas Well Operators

In recent weeks, both the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and Texas Railroad Commission (TRRC) have proposed rules that would ease requirements for operators. On February 8, 2013, the TCEQ announced that...more

DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Business Litigation Important Texas Water Rights Case Could Affect Oil & Gas Activities as Well by Brannon...

The Texas Supreme Court recently issued an important decision on a groundwater rights question that had gone unanswered for more than a century. In Edwards Aquifer Authority v. Day, the Court held that Texas property owners...more

EPA Extends Comment Period On Pavillion Groundwater Revised Report

In 2008, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) began investigating claims of groundwater contamination in private drinking water wells in and around Pavillion, Wyoming....more

Colorado Adopts Groundwater and Setback Drilling Rules, Launches Emissions Study

This week the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission conducted three days of public hearings on proposed revisions to its oil and gas well rules to address concerns posed by increased hydraulic fracturing activity....more

Developing Geothermal Power Generation Facilities in Arizona: "How Many Permits?"

The development of Arizona's geothermal energy resources has the potential to provide industrial and commercial projects with a constant, renewable source of electrical power. Research conducted to date demonstrates some...more

Oil and Gas Leasing and Development: A Real Estate Lending Perspective

The Marcellus, Utica and other Shale gas plays have been an economic boon to landowners, the oil and gas industry, and the states and communities in which production is occurring. The impacts of shale oil and gas development...more

Hydraulic Fracturing News Flash: December 2012 - California’s Proposal to Regulate Hydraulic Fracking

On December 18, 2012, California’s Department of Conservation, Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) released its long-awaited draft of hydraulic fracturing regulations (Fracking Regulations). The...more

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