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- REGULATORY AND LIABILITY ISSUES IN HORIZONTAL MULTI-STAGE FRACTURING. LUFT, KEITH; O'LEARY, THOMAS; LAING, IAN // Alberta Law Review;Dec2012, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p403
The last few decades have witnessed greater exploration of oil and gas developments and improvements and evolution in technology that have been driven by the strong demand for oil and gas. Hydralic fracturing techniques have become subject to scrutiny by the media and public in North America and...
- City, Long Cove continue talks about water contract. // Malakoff News (TX);5/18/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 17, p1A
The article offers information on the city council of Malakoff, Texas' water contract related to real estate development Long Cove, located on theshoreline of Cedar Creek Reservoir in Texas.
- Bill 'will help water firms pursue debtors'. Andrews, Annabel; Milne, Roger // Utility Week;9/26/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 19, p40
The article reports that the Floods and Water Bill will include a specific measure to allow water companies to share data so they can pursue customers who will not pay their bills, according to British environment minister Phil Woolas. It cites a report by Equifax for United Kingdom Water...
- Firms to pin landlords down on tenant data. Ockenden, Karma // Utility Week;8/1/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p5
Reports on the British water industry's proposed amendment to the Water Bill that would make landlords responsible for the debt of tenants. Percentage of tenants with water debt; Schedule of the bill's reading.
- COLORADO WATER COURT'S DECISION TOWARDS THE AVAILABILITY OF UNAPPROPRIATED WATER: BUFFALO PARK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY V. MOUNTAIN MUTUAL RESER VOIR COMPANY. // University of Denver Water Law Review;Spring2009, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p421
The article evaluates the case of Buffalo Park Development Co. versus Mountain Mutual Reservoir Co. in Colorado. It relates the history of legal procedure filed by Buffalo Park regarding water rights. It explores the decision of the state water court towards the availability of unappropriated...
- The Water Moratorium: Takings, Markets, and Public Choice Implications of Water Districts. Callagy, Sean // Ecology Law Quarterly;2008, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p223
This Comment analyzes a small town's efforts to regulate its municipal water supply by enacting a moratorium on new connections. The Comment relates the history of the policy, discusses the legal underpinnings of a water moratorium, and explores the effects of the moratorium. The Comment then...
- Wales leads the way on water debt. McGlone, Conor // Utility Week;9/20/2013, p11
The article discusses the issue of bad water debt in Great Britain. Topics include the legislation proposal in Wales for landlords to provide tenant's information with reference to Northumbrian Water, the response to the Welsh Assembly legislation proposal by Welsh Water and the 2010 Flood and...
- Water pressure: rewriting the Safe Drinking Water Act Tibbetts, John // Environmental Health Perspectives;Sep1996, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p930
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- House committee approves revised drinking water bill. // Contractor Magazine;Oct94, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p32
Reports on the House Energy and Commerce Committee's approval of a proposed revised Safe Drinking Water Act. Intention of proposed legislation to loosen current rules; Requirements that cancer-causing pollutants be reduced to a no-risk level.