Federal coal lease readjustments: will reason prevail?
Emphasizes differences between Eastern and Western coal industries, and between the oil industry and the Western coal industry; seeks change in situation harmful to Western coal industry; aimed at Congress, Dept. of Interior, and the federal judiciary.
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Chapter One The Nations Two Coal Industries
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Chapter Four The FCLAA Debate to Override President Fords
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1/2 percent advance royalties agency expertise applied to MLLA bill bonus bid capital investment coal buyer coal in commercial coal mines coal produced coal reserves commercial quantities Congress constant dollar decisions defined by regulation DOI's Emphasis supplied fair market value FCLAA amended Section FCLAA lease Federal coal leases Federal government Federally owned coal fixed royalty fuel IBLA increase indeterminate term Interior lands leases upon readjustment lessee's lessor litigation Logical Mining Unit long-term contracts mandated materially changed conditions ment million BTU million tons mining cost MLLA coal lease MLLA lessees oil and gas operation option Powder River Basin primary term producing coal producing MLLA leases production royalty readjusted terms reasonable recoverable reserve require Secretary selling price Senate successful bidder surface mines Synthetic Fuels taxes Tenth Circuit terminated terms and conditions thereafter tion tract U.S. Supreme Court value of coal veto Western Coal Industry