Oilfield service, equipment & exploration

TopicBill numbersort iconAuthorInterest positionBecame law
An Act to Repeal Section 6244 of the Public Resources Code, Relating to Coastal Resources. SB 788 (2015-2016) McGuireOpposeNo
The California Coastal Sanctuary Act of 1994 authorizes the State Lands Commission to enter into a lease for the extraction of oil or gas from state-owned tide and submerged lands in the California… More
The California Coastal Sanctuary Act of 1994 authorizes the State Lands Commission to enter into a lease for the extraction of oil or gas from state-owned tide and submerged lands in the California Coastal Sanctuary if the commission determines that the oil or gas deposits are being drained by means of producing wells upon adjacent federal lands and the lease is in the best interest of the state. This bill would enact the California Coastal Protection Act of 2015, which would delete this authorization. The bill would make related legislative findings and declarations. Hide
SB 263 (2011-2012) PavleySupportNo
SBX1 2 (2011-2012) SimitianOpposeYes