We've had some discussion, but now we're getting serious about itUPI Energy Watch Nov 13, 2008
The amendment will allow for an efficient exchange of the leases for credit and help to promote the oil and gas operators' continued development of energy production in the Gulf of MexicoMMS alters Gulf of Mexico oil lease rules Feb 07, 2008
Over the past 30 years, with existing regulatory programs in place, oil and gas activity has operated safely and compatibly with the marine life in the Alaska OCS, including polar bearsAnalysis: Lease sale sparks political row Jan 25, 2008
The success of this lease sale once again demonstrates industry's commitment and interest in the GulfUPI Energy Watch Aug 30, 2007
Taking the Department of Interior at its word that this is not a token permit and that many are lined up to be approved in the near future, today's action sends a calming signal to operators, producers and service companies that the long drought is just about overU.S. to permit resumption of gulf drilling Mar 01, 2011
(2) Luthi's only elected office has been as a member and Speaker of the Wyoming House of Representatives.
(3) Luthi is considered an authority on royalties paid to the U.S. government by companies leasing the public domain.
Randall B. Luthi (born 1955) is an attorney and rancher from Freedom, in northwestern Lincoln County in western Wyoming, who served as a Republican in the Wyoming House of Representatives from 1995—2007. He was the Speaker for his last two-year term, 2005—2007. Prior to 2005, he had been the House Majority Leader. In Wyoming, Speakers traditionally retire from the House upon the expiration of their tenure as presiding officer. Luthi was thereafter named by Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne as the Director of the Minerals Management Service.