Regulatory

Analysts Warn Escalating Sino-American Trade War Could Endanger U.S. LNG; Senate Would Limit Trade Actions

Beijing vowed to retaliate against a new round of tariffs proposed by the White House covering $200 billion of Chinese-made products, including liquefied natural gas and offshore oil and natural gas drilling and production platforms, and analysts warned that China could strike back by targeting American LNG and other energy products. Read More

Interim EPA Chief Wheeler Unlikely to Upset Trump’s Goals to Reduce Regulations

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle appeared to breathe a collective sigh of relief following Scott Pruitt's resignation as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, but new battle lines were beginning to form around Andrew Wheeler, a former coal industry lobbyist who is taking the reins on an interim basis beginning Monday. Read More