Natural Resources Journal

Fall 1987, Vol. 27, No. 1

Front Matter

NATURAL GAS REGULATION IN THE WESTERN U.S.:
PERSPECTIVES ON REGULATION IN THE NEXT DECADE

Hank C. Jenkins-Smith, Coordinating Editor

CONTENTS

About the Authors        769
NRJ Staff

Editor's Introduction         771
Hank C. Jenkins-Smith

An Industry in Turmoil: The Remaking of the Natural Gas Industry         773
Hank C. Jenkins-Smith

The Future of the Natural Gas Market: Regulation and Prices         781
Michael Naeve

Natural Gas Imports: Federal Policy and Competition for U.S. Markets         789
Andrea Waldman

State Regulation in a Deregulated Environment: A State-Level Regulator's Lament         799
Joan T. Ellis

The Role of the California Public Utilities Commission in Western Gas Markets         805
Richard O. Baish

Intrastate Pipelines in a Changing Gas Market         811
Zan James

FERC and ERA: Issues in Natural Gas Regulation         815
Alvin Baca

The Implications of Gas Policy for the Western States: A Producer Perspective         823
Michael Campbell

What Do "436," "436-A," "451," "311," "7(c)," Mean to the Residential Gas Consumer?         829
Jon Wellinghoff

U.S. Natural Gas Policy Reform: A Summing Up         841
Suedeen Kelly

Appendix: Glossary of Technical Terms Used in Natural Gas Regulatory Policy         859
NRJ Staff

OTHER LEAD ARTICLES

Diligence Requirements in Federal Natural Resources Sale and Leasing          865
Walter Mead, Dennis Muraoka

Aesthetic Nuisance: The Time Has Come To Recognize It          877
Stephen E. Woodbury

Rancher Stewardship on Public Ranges: A Recent Court Decision          887
Ray G. Huffaker, Delworth Gardner

STUDENT WRITINGS

Mines and Minerals—A Mineral Lessee's Rights and Obligations in New Mexico  (Note)         899
Pamela S. Bacon

South Carolina v. Catawba A State's Statute of Limitations Found Applicable to an Eastern Tribe's Land Claim (Note)       913
Samuel Winder

International Regulation of Whaling: The United States' Compromise (Note)         931
Susan Geha

Transboundary Waste Dumping: The United States and Mexico Take a Stand (Note)       941
Denise Maes

BOOK REVIEWS

Rediscovering America: John Muir in His Time and Ours          949
Fred L. Ragsdale, Jr.

Las Carneradas Sheep Trade in New Mexico 1700-1860          953
Paul B. Sears

Agent Orange on Trial Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts          955
Ruth Kovnat

Water in New Mexico: A History of its Management and Use          957
Albert E. Utton

Books Received          963

Index—Volume 27    965