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Shell Oil Co. v. Andrus

Citation: 9 ELR 20530
No. No. 77-1346, 591 F.2d 597/(10th Cir., 01/25/1979)

In 1964, the Secretary of the Interior asserted that certain oil shale placer mining claims held by appellees were invalid because they did not contain valuable minerals when the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, 30 U.S.C. §181, ELR STAT. & REG. 41410, was enacted, nor do valuable minerals now exist on the claims....

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