Trump's EPA to reconsider oil and gas emissions rule
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will reconsider a rule on greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas operations and delay its compliance date, the agency said on April 19 in the Trump administration's latest move to reduce regulations. Oil interest groups had petitioned the EPA a year ago to reconsider the rule limiting emissions of methane and other pollutants from new and revamped oil and gas wells and systems.
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