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Shell Oil Co. v. Babbitt

ELR Citation: ELR 20134
Nos. 97-7035, 125 F.3d 172/(3d Cir., 09/19/1997)

The court holds that an oil company must turn over to the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) documents that pertain to the arm's-length sales of oil it purchased from its subsidiary in non-arm's-length transactions. The subsidiary primarily produces oil from land within 32 federal leases, and the parent oil company primarily markets the oil....

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