PUBLIC LAW 101-46—JUNE 30, 1989 103 STAT. 133 (C) any preliminary findings and conclusions made by such date. (2) The Secretary shall, no later than February 1, 1990, transmit to such committees a copy of the solicitations described in paragraph (5) of subsection (a) and a final report containing the findings and conclusions of the study carried out under this section, together with a draft of the legislative changes that would be necessary to au- thorize the most significant alternative financial arrangements studied by the Secretary (including long-term leasing of crude oil and storage facilities) and recommendations of the Secretary with respect to the need for and desirability of such financial arrange- ments (including long-term leasing of crude oil and storage facilities). (c) ENFORCEMENT. — Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no portion of the United States share of crude oil in Naval Petro- leum Reserve Numbered 1 (Elk Hills) may be sold or otherwise disposed of pursuant to any contract or other agreement entered into or extended on or after February 1, 1990, other than to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (either directly or by exchange) until the Secretary of Energy has transmitted the solicitations and the final report described in subsection 03)(2) (including the legislative changes and recommendations described in such subsection) to the committees described in subsection (b)(D. except for the purposes provided in section 160(d)(2) of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act. Approved June 30, 1989. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S. 694 (H.R. 2539): HOUSE REPORTS: No. 101-86 accompanying H.R. 2539 (Comm. on Energy and Commerce). SENATE REPORTS: No. 101-33 (Comm. on Energy and Natural Resources). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 135 (1989): May 31, considered and passed Senate. June 20, H.R. 2539 considered and passed House; proceedings vacated and S. 694, amended, passed in lieu. June 23, Senate concurred in House amendment with an amendment. June 28, House concurred in Senate amendment.
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