12 Nat. Resources L. Newsl. 1 (1980-1981)

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      Message from the Chairman
This issue of the Newsletter contains the minutes of
the midwinter meeting of the Section's Council held in
Arizona on January 25-27, 1980. (These minutes have
not yet been approved by the
Council). Perusal of the results of
this Council meeting amply dem- !
onstrates the scope of the matters
under consideration by the Coun-
cil, which in turn is a measure of     -
the wide variety of matters cov-
ered by the Section's charter of
responsibilities. This scope is fur-
ther exemplified by the educa-
tional activities planned for the John R. Rebman
remainder of the ABA year, set out to the right of this
column. Your particular attention is called to the
planned workshop on the Energy Mobilization Board.
Resolution of Senate-House differences is not com-
plete at this writing but a special ad hoc committee is
proceeding to plan an early workshop dealing with the
procedures to be utilized by this new federal agency.
Similarly, as the legislation establishing an Energy
Security Corporation to encourage synthetic fuels
development emerges, the Section will quickly ex-
amine whether a useful workshop can be developed.
  The primary publication effort of the Section, the
Natural Resources Lawyer, continues to provide the
membership with scholarly articles on subjects in the
natural resources field. I commend to your reading
the review of recent developments in the environmen-
tal field which will appear in an upcoming issue. I
believe you will find this review to be a valuable
research and reference tool.
  The next major activity of the Section will be the
spring meeting of the Council to be held April 24-27,
1980, at the Far Horizons Beach Resort, Sarasota,
Florida. A major feature of this meeting will be at-
tendance by two federal officials who will provide the
Council, officers and committee chairmen with in-
sights into recent developments of interest to the Sec-
tion. Tentatively scheduled to provide this informa-
tion are Mr. Lynn Coleman, General Counsel of the
Department of Energy and Mr. Peter R. Steenland,
Jr., of the Department of Justice.
  As you have been informed by other ABA publica-
                            (continued on page 2)

Copyright  1980 American Bar Association


       Schedule of Coming Events


Spring Council Meeting


April 24-27, 1980




Annual Meeting
July 30.August 6, 1980


      Augus 3
      August 4

      August 5



      August 6

August 9.16, 1980


Far Horizons Beach Resort
Longboat Key, Sarasota,
Florida



Hawaiian Regent Hotel
Honolulu, Hawaii

Council Meeting
Section Reception and
Dinner
Section Program followed
by
  Business Meeting
  Section Reception
Council Meeting

Wentworth and Sydney
Hilton Hotels, Sydney,
Australia


        Educational Actldtl--1980

Seduled Eents
Mq 9     Resources Conservation and RePoery Act
         Dupont Plaa Hotel, Washington, DC
         (Urban Environment Committee)
June 3   Consolidated Permit Program Workshop
         Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC
         (Environmental Qualityr Committee)
June 4   NPDM   , Applicitlon Fom Workshop
         Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC
         (waterQuality-Committee)
June 11 Producer Problems In 1980 Under the
         Natural Gas Policy Act
         SkirvinPlaza Hotel, Oklahoma City, OK
                           (continued:on page 2)


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