The Law of Pooling and Unitization
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This publication treats both private and public relationships in pooling and unitization of oil and gas properties, as well as the antitrust aspects of pooling and unitization, pooling clauses, and state-by-state analysis.
General coverage includes:
• Conservation regulation
• Creation of units
• Effects of pooling and unitization
• Operating problems
• Administrative law aspects of conservation agencies
• Federal and Indian land problems
Also includes forms and the text of selected state statutes that might otherwise be difficult to obtain.
First published in 1957.
5 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
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Table of contents
Ch. 1 Introduction
Ch. 2 The Rule of Capture
Ch. 3 Overcoming the Rule of Capture
Ch. 4 The State Conservation Agencies
Ch. 5 Conservation Regulation Associated with Pooling and Unitization
Ch. 6 Pooling and Unitization Regulatory Programs --An Introduction
Ch. 7 Methods of Pooling
Ch. 8 The Pooling Clause
Ch. 9 The Pugh Clause
Ch. 10 The Statutory Authority of Compulsory Pooling -- Some Representative Examples
Ch. 11 Procedures for Conservation Agency Proceedings
Ch. 12 Options Afforded Owners of Interests
Ch. 13 The Order
Ch. 14 Agency Action Subsequent to Entry of an Order
Ch. 15 Termination of Units
Ch. 16 Federal Lands
Ch. 17 Voluntary Unitization
Ch. 18 Compulsory Unitization
Ch. 19 The Nature of the Unitized Title
Ch. 20 Effects of Pooling, Unitization, and Regulation on Express and Implied Lease Terms, and Term Interests
Ch. 21 Operating Problems
Ch. 22 Effect of Conservation Statutes and Regulations on Private Rights
Ch. 23 Problems of Unsigned, Non-Pooled, or Non-Unitized Tracts or Interests
Ch. 24 Role of Conservation Agencies
Ch. 25 Judicial Review of Administrative Actions
Ch. 26 Antitrust Laws as They Affect Pooling and Unitization
Ch. 27 through 28 RESERVED
Ch. 29 Agreements, Notices, and Orders
Ch. 30 State Statutes