Who Controls Atlantic Oil?: States' Rights

Ridgeway, James
March 1975
New Republic;3/22/75, Vol. 172 Issue 12, p11
Focuses on the impact of federal government control on offshore oil-drilling operations in states in the U.S. Reasons behind the demand for separate handling of exploration and production of oil in New Jersey; Estimations for costs to Texas state and local government associated with federal offshore drilling; Benefits of changes in federal leasing system to oil-drilling operations in the U.S. states.


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