Meet the Co-chairs - TAGLAW
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Meet the Co-chairs - TIAG
As the food versus mining debate continues, the Queensland Government has released more details of its controversial strategic cropping land policy, which will see prime farming land locked up from future mining development. While the policy is yet to be written into law, mining proponents would be well placed to consider the impact strategic cropping land status will have on current and future projects.
With the recent increase in activity in the oil and gas industry in Pennsylvania, disputes between developers and landowners over the interpretation of oil and gas leases are inevitable. In its most recent opinion on
|Contacts: James Plumb and Laura Letts|
Carter Newell, Queensland, Australia
The Queensland State Government released the draft Mines and Petroleum Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 (draft Bill) and associated consultation paper for public comment on 21 January 2011. Click here to read a summary
|By: John L. Williams|
Conner & Winters, LLP, Oklahoma
American Indian tribes have the potential to play an increasingly important role in the nation's energy supply. Large reserves of traditional energy resources such as oil, natural gas, and coal exist on Indian lands.
|Contacts: Philip Daly and Jennifer McGuire|
LK Shields Solicitors, Ireland