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Interior’s Proposed Reorganization Backed by Energy Industry Groups

Interior’s Proposed Reorganization Backed by Energy Industry Groups

Trade associations representing the oil and natural gas industry expressed support for the Department of Interior (DOI) proposal to reorganize into 12 “unified regions,” indicating the move should lead to faster permitting and more efficient regulatory oversight of federal lands it manages.

August 31, 2018

IPAA Urges White House to Modify Steel Import Trade Policies

As the oil and gas industry grapples with tariffs on imported steel and a byzantine process for bypassing them, the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) urged the Trump administration to “understand and address” the unintended consequences of both actions, especially the increased burden on the industry’s small businesses.

August 31, 2018

Energy Industry Groups Voice Support for Interior’s Proposed Reorganization

Trade associations representing the oil and natural gas industry expressed support for the Department of Interior (DOI) proposal to reorganize into 12 “unified regions,” indicating the move should lead to faster permitting and more efficient regulatory oversight of federal lands it manages.

August 30, 2018
Energy Industry Urges Court to Reject Appeal of NatGas Venting/Flaring Rule

Energy Industry Urges Court to Reject Appeal of NatGas Venting/Flaring Rule

Two trade associations representing the oil and natural gas industry urged a federal appeals court to reject an effort by California, New Mexico and a coalition of environmental groups to reinstate, albeit temporarily, an Obama-era rule governing associated natural gas flaring and venting on public and tribal lands.

April 20, 2018

Energy Stimulus Bill Draws Supporters, Critics in House Hearing

A House bill to remove duplicative regulations about how federal lands are developed, including for oil and gas development, drew broad support Tuesday from a state regulator, academia and industry and consumers groups.

November 8, 2017

McIntyre, Glick Confirmed to FERC by Senate

The U.S. Senate late Thursday confirmed by voice votes Kevin McIntyre and Richard Glick to FERC, filling the two seats that had sat empty for months and bringing the Commission to its maximum five commissioners.

November 3, 2017
Energy Industry Again Seeking to Block BLM Venting/Flaring Rule

Energy Industry Again Seeking to Block BLM Venting/Flaring Rule

The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) and the Western Energy Alliance (WEA) late Friday sued to halt the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) natural gas flaring and venting rules, some of which are set to take effect in January.

October 31, 2017
Outgoing Obama Administration Pushing ‘Unprecedented’ List of New Oil/Gas Regulations

Outgoing Obama Administration Pushing ‘Unprecedented’ List of New Oil/Gas Regulations

Analysts and oil and gas experts agree that the waning days of the Obama administration will be challenging ones for the industry, as an “unprecedented” list of proposed regulations that could impact the industry for years to come slowly advance through the rulemaking process.

April 25, 2016
Outgoing Obama Administration Pushing ‘Unprecedented’ List of New Oil/Gas Regulations

Outgoing Obama Administration Pushing ‘Unprecedented’ List of New Oil/Gas Regulations

Analysts and oil and gas experts agree that the waning days of the Obama administration will be challenging ones for the industry, as an “unprecedented” list of proposed regulations that could impact the industry for years to come slowly advance through the rulemaking process.

April 25, 2016

Wyoming, Colorado Ask Court to Block BLM Fracking Rule

Late last Friday, Wyoming and Colorado filed in federal court for a preliminary injunction to block a new hydraulic fracturing rule on public and tribal lands from taking effect later this month.

June 1, 2015
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