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The Law of Oil & Gas in Pennsylvania (Second Edition)

Author: John W. Carroll

The Law of Oil & Gas in Pennsylvania (Second Edition)

John W. Carroll, a partner with Pepper Hamilton, the co-chair of the firm’s Environment and Energy Practice Group and a member of the firm’s Sustainability, CleanTech and Climate Change Team, is a co-author of a chapter in the e-book, "The Law of Oil & Gas in Pennsylvania (Second Edition)" published by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Mr. Carroll contributed the chapter on "Pooling and Unitization."

The treatise thoroughly explores the rich history of oil and gas legal concepts and the technical, environmental, and regulatory issues unique to exploration for and production of oil and gas in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania's law of oil and gas will continue evolving as courts grapple with the application of new technologies and concepts that collide with a body of case law developed in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The book covers emerging developments and everything one needs to stay informed about oil and gas law in Pennsylvania.

For more information and to order the e-book, visit http://catalog.pbi.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=81042.

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