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 resources as well as the official policies underlying federal governmental actions affecting the OCS. It also spotlights the basic conflict in terms of environmental concerns between coastal states and the federal government regarding their desired roles in the process of controlling OCS development.
G. Kevin Jones
The Development of Outer Continental Shelf Energy Resources,
11 Pepp. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/plr/vol11/iss1/3
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