Enviros Can’t Sink Oil Project in Fla. National Preserve

Environmental Regulation & Litigation   |   Energy and Utilities   |   Government Law & Consulting   |   Litigation and Trials   |   April 24, 2017
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Carlton Fields Shareholder Neal McAliley was quoted in the Law360 article, “Enviros Can’t Sink Oil Project in Fla. National Preserve.” A federal judge upheld the National Park Service’s decision to allow Carlton Fields client Burnett Oil Co. to explore for oil and gas within South Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve. A consortium of environmental groups had sued to overturn the decision.

McAliley said, “The court’s 99-page ruling, which is based on an exhaustive review of the record, upholds the agencies’ decision in every respect.”

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