The House Energy & Commerce Committee has approved several more bipartisan public health bills, including a series of bills intended to combat opioid abuse and drug addiction.
Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) has opened the enrollment process for companies who meet the definition of a “Reporting Entity” under the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA).
In bankruptcy cases, things often move more slowly than people would like or expect.
This year’s New York State budget offered numerous headline grabbing changes, yet one of the less-heralded portions has the highest potential to reshape the state’s responsiveness to changing climactic conditions.
In July 2015, comprehensive bills that would modernize U.S. energy policy for the first time since 2007 were introduced in the House and Senate.
In July, 2015, comprehensive bills were introduced in the House and Senate aimed at modernizing U.S. energy policy for the first time since 2007.
Ready or not, California’s new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (“SGMA”) is here and mine operators should be vigilant in monitoring and actively participating in developments under the law.
Earlier this week, the Staff of the Louisiana Office of Mineral Resources posted its final proposed version of the New State Lease Form.
Louisiana appellate court unanimously dismisses cross-appeals in legacy case, finding that the trial court improperly designated partial summary judgment rulings as final under Article 1915 of the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure.