This database contains current federal and state regulations that relate to energy and the environment. Title 10 (Energy), Title 18 (Conservation of Power & Water Resources), Title 30 (Mineral Resources), Title 40 (Protection of Environment), and Title 43 (Public Lands & Interior) of the Code of Federal Regulations may be searched individually, as well as energy and environmental regulations from individual state agencies.
This database includes decisions, orders, guidance from the Dept. of Energy, Dept. of the Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in addition to Public Utilities Commission decisions, and environmental opinions and order from selected states.
This Lexis Advance database contains selected energy and utilities related documents from the Federal Register and from the following CFR titles:
Title 10. Energy
Title 15. Commerce and Foreign Trade
Title 17. Commodity and Security Exchange
Title 18. Conservation of Power
Title 30. Mineral Resources
Title 43. Public Lands, Interior
This Lexis Advance database contains selected full-text decisions (consent orders, proposed consent agreements, court orders, opinions) from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Federal Power Commission, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
This Lexis Advance database contains selected full-text energy-related documents from agencies such as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Dept. of Energy. Coverage beings with March 1936 (1 FR 1).
This Lexis Advance database contains Dept. of Energy Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement documents contains in Title 48 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 900 through 999. Coverage from March 1984 to current.
Lexis Advance provides ten separate databases related to federal surface mining. The databases contain rules/regulations, directives, and Federal Register Notices from the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation & Enforcement, and Dept. of Interior decisions. The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 is covered, as is the Legislative History of the Act.
Cornell's authoritative LII website provides the current annual edition of the Code of Federal Regulations. The titles may be searched or browsed, and LII provides helpful Update and Rulemaking links related to each title.
The current version of the Oklahoma Administrative Code, with regulations, amendments, additions, and revocations.
Westlaw also provides a separate database for Oklahoma Historical Regulations from 2000.
This database contains Oklahoma Corporation Commission decisions since 1955 and state court decisions since 1907, published in the Public Utilities Reports, P.U.R. Digest, and West's National Reporter volumes.