Intruder Alert! Running the Regulatory Gauntlet to Purchase, Own, and Operate American Energy and Mineral Assets by Foreign Entities
Kulander, Christopher S.
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Examines the promulgation of statutory restrictions against foreign entity-controlled investments in the United States, as well as the two instances involving presidential denial of such transactions and their implications for the future of United States oil and gas development. In some cases, purchasing United States oil, gas, and mineral real property has developed into an expensive endurance race that punishes ignorance. The author's goal is to provide descriptions and analysis of federal and state laws that affect the purchase and ownership of oil, gas, and minerals in the United States to potential foreign investors and their domestic counsel.
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