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State role in outer continental shelf development: the California experience.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. National Ocean Policy Study Subcommittee
Hearings held September 27-28, 1974
|Other titles||Outer continental shelf, Coastal zone management|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Office of Strategic Resources Paseo Camarillo Suite Camarillo, California Submitted electronically Re: Comments on the Call for Information and Nominations for Commercial Leasing for Wind Power Development on the Outer Continental Shelf Offshore California [Docket No. BOEM]. Technical Report: An analysis of the Department of the Interior's proposed acceleration of development of oil and gas on the Outer Continental Shelf. Committee print Committee print Title: An analysis of the Department of the Interior's proposed acceleration of development of oil and gas on the Outer Continental Shelf.
the Department play a key role in ocean and coastal activities -- including here in California. For example, the Minerals Management Service is involved in environmentally sound energy development of the Outer Continental Shelf. The National Park Service manages many marine national parks around the Nation, including the Channel Islands. The issue arose once again in the Curtis case, this time with respect to the enforcement of state overtime law. The Set-Up: Employee Claims Overtime Law Applies Independently Of His CBA Terms. Carl Curtis formerly worked for Irwin Industries on an oil platform on the Outer Continental Shelf.
Parker Drilling Management Services, Ltd. v. Newton State law not applicable on Outer Continental Shelf absent gap in federal law that needs to be filled | J at AM. GAO reviewed the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement's (BSEE) new rule on the oil and gas and sulfur operations in the outer continental shelf--blowout preventer systems and well control. GAO found that (1) the rule (a) consolidates into one part the equipment and operational requirements that are found in various subparts of BSEE's regulations .
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The state role in outer continental shelf development [microform]: the California experience: hearings before the National Ocean Policy Study Subcommittee of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, second session, on oil and gas development and coastal zone management, September 27 Overall, The Regulation of Continental Shelf Development: Rethinking International Standards provides considerable food for thought for those wrestling with legal, scientific and policy issues associated with the exploitation of continental shelf resources.
The book provides a lively, erudite, informed and informative commentary on the system of regulation underpinning these issues. The impact of outer continental shelf (OCS) development on recreation varies considerably depending not so much on the region but rather on the characteristics of the community near which the outer continental shelf development takes place.
In most instances. The views expressed are those of the author and do not reflect the policies of the State of California. Bibliography Governor, State of California. Governor's BudgetSacramento, CA ().
Governor, State of California. Governor's BudgetSacramento, CA (). Governor, State of California. Request PDF | ASSERTIONS OF ENTITLEMENT TO THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF IN THE CENTRAL ARCTIC OCEAN | The legal and technical issues relating to the outer continental shelf entitlements in the.
Download Citation | Outer Limits of the Continental Shelf and “Disputed Areas”: State Practice concerning Article 76(10) of the LOS Convention | Article 76 of the United Nations Convention on. Congress has granted states significant influence over Outer Contintal Shelf (OCS) leasing decisions, but the Department of Interior exercises wide discretion in making OCS leasing decisions.
California is litigating two lease sales, Sales 53 whose resolutions will significantly affect the degree of cooperation between coastal states and the federal government. Development on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Offshore California Call for Information and Nominations (Call) Docket No.
BOEM–– NOMINATION FORM Submitted To: BOEM, Office of Strategic Resources Paseo Camarillo (Suite ) Camarillo, California Submitted By: Algonquin Power Co., dba Liberty Power Davis Road, Suite The Development of Outer Continental Shelf Energy Resources G.
KEVIN JONES* An important source of oil and gas that has sparked much recent debate is the outer continental shelf (OCS). This article traces the history of the development of OCS energy. a the outer continental shelf oil and gas development process: a background paper for state planners and managers department of the interiort bureau of land management washington, dc,76 pp.
available from: department of the interior, bureau of land management, office of minerals policies development and planning ), 18 and c. Under 43 U.S.C. § (a) (1), “ [t]he Constitution and laws and civil and political jurisdiction of the United States” apply on the outer continental shelf “to the same extent as if the [shelf] were an area of exclusive Federal jurisdiction located within a State.”.
Recognizing that federal law does not compose a complete code of criminal and civil regulation, this general rule is supplemented by the proviso that “. (1) The continental shelf of the coast State comprises the seabed and subsoil of the submarine area that extends beyond its territorial sea throughout the natural prolongation of its land.
Offshore Oil and Gas Decommissioning. It is expected that a power point presentation based on the content of the book for training purposes will become available. Enquiries on this should be addressed to the author.
A detailed study of decommissioning costs at the platforms in the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf ; Projected. In a broad, unanimous and unsurprising decision, the Supreme Court yesterday held that the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act only incorporates state law when federal law’s silence on a particular issue creates a “gap” for state law to fill.
The decision is a defeat for Brian Newton, a former employee of Parker Drilling Service, Ltd., who sought compensation under California’s more. A continuing conflict: Outer Continen-tal Shelf resource development 65 California and the OCS controversy 66 Potential Federal-State conflicts 68 Trident refit pier 68 Other potential conflicts 69 Resolving Federal-State conflicts 70 Conclusions 70 Agency comments 71 APPENDIX I Letter dated Jfrom the Chair.
The impact of oil and gas exploration, development, and production on the Outer Continental Shelf on Louisiana: background and methodology / ([Baton Rouge]: Louisiana Coastal Resources Program, State Planning Office, ), by Stephen Farber, David B. Johnson, Louisiana.
State. "Given the primacy of federal law on the [outer continental shelf] and the limited role of state law, it would make little sense to treat the [outer continental shelf] as a mere extension of the.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.of Development of Oil and Gas on the Outer Continental Shelf." Among the key findings of these reports were: 1.
There is a strong likelihood of adverse, often severe, impacts within coastal regions resulting from unplanned, uncoordinated energy resource development and from the siting of facilities related to energy production, development, and.