By 1985, every oil- and gas-producing state but Texas had passed a 'unitization' statute requiring cooperation among the various owners of oil and gas reserves. Using interviews, legislative transcripts, and statistical data, Weaver attempts to explain why Texas failed to enact such a statute... aimed at encouraging the most efficient recovery of resources – and how Texas has managed to achieve substantial unitization nonetheless. Unitization of Oil and Gas Fields in Texas: A Study of Legislative, Administrative, and Judicial Policies was originally published in 1986.
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