Selling Elk Hills: The Political Economy of US Federal Divestment

Abstract

With a newly elected Congress in 1995, the United States government (USG) began to face a family of questions sun ounding the possible sale of its largest and most profitable asset the giant oil and gas field, Elk Hills, or Naval Petroleum Reserve No 1. Discovered nearly 90 years ago, it became a Federal Reserve by Executive Order of the President in 1912… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hinkle2004SellingEH, title={Selling Elk Hills: The Political Economy of US Federal Divestment}, author={Jerome Hinkle}, year={2004} }