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Patterns and Trends in Federal Coal LeaseOwnership, 1950-80
April 1981
NTIS order #PB81-188484
 
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 81-600029For sale by the Superintendent of Documents,U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, D.C.
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Preface
The Office of Technology Assessment is carrying out an assessment on currentFederal coal leases. The assessment is in response to Public Law
94-377
which requiredOTA to perform a complete analysis of all activities on current Federal coal leases.The final assessment report, which will focus on the development and productionpotential of these leases, is in preparation.This technical memorandum on the patterns and trends in Federal coal lease own-ership between
1950
and 1980 was prepared prior to the full Federal coal lease assess-ment at the request of Sen. James McClure, Chairman of the Committee on Energyand Natural Resources.This memorandum traces the history of the 538 Federal coal leases in existence atthe end of 1979. It focuses on the coal lessees themselves: who they are, what they do,how and when they acquired Federal coal leases, and what they have done with thoseleases. It identifies the participants in the Federal coal leasing program between 1950and 1980, traces the ownership on a lease-by-lease basis, and discusses the business ac-tivities and organizational structures of the lessees.This memorandum does not discuss anticipated production from Federal coalleases, nor does it discuss factors, including Federal policies, that could affect devel-opment of and production from Federal coal leases. These topics will be covered in thefinal report.
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JOHN H. GIBBONS
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