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  1. Financing activism

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    Mon, 18 Aug 2014

  2. Obama forms unconventional gas interagency working group

    US President Barack Obama issued an executive order establishing an interagency working group to coordinate federal policies to support safe and responsible US unconventional natural gas resource development. Oil and gas trade associations and other business groups immediately applauded the action.

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    Fri, 13 Apr 2012

  3. Shale gas subcommittee says states regulate effectively

    State regulators effectively regulate the oil and gas industry, members of a shale gas subcommittee told the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources during an Oct. 4 hearing in which senators questioned subcommittee members on the need for federal regulations on hydraulic fracturing.

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    Tue, 4 Oct 2011

  4. Shale gas subcommittee says states regulate effectively

    State regulators effectively regulate the oil and gas industry, members of a shale gas subcommittee told the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources during an Oct. 4 hearing in which senators questioned subcommittee members on the need for federal regulations on hydraulic fracturing.

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    Mon, 10 Oct 2011

  5. NEPA and the climate

    An economy teetering despite interest rates barely above zero soon will have a new load to bear. The White House will blame Congress, especially the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. But Americans should know otherwise.

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    Mon, 1 Apr 2013

  6. Obama forms unconventional gas interagency working group

    US President Barack Obama issued an executive order establishing an interagency working group to coordinate federal policies to support safe and responsible US unconventional natural gas resource development.

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    Mon, 23 Apr 2012

  7. API outlines main issues for GOP, Democrats' 2012 platforms

    The American Petroleum Institute announced it will try to make more access to federally controlled energy resources, commonsense regulations, quicker permit decisions, and market-based renewable and alternative energy research and development provisions in the 2012 Democratic and Republican party ...

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    Mon, 21 May 2012

  8. API outlines main issues for GOP, Democrats' 2012 platforms

    The American Petroleum Institute announced it will try to make more access to federally controlled energy resources, commonsense regulations, quicker permit decisions, and market-based renewable and alternative energy research and development provisions in the 2012 Democratic and Republican party ...

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    Tue, 15 May 2012

  9. Analysts assess possible Obama administration actions

    Voting machines had barely cooled down earlier this week before energy analysts began to evaluate the apparent election victory of Ill. Sen. Barack Obama.

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    Mon, 17 Nov 2008

  10. CEQ, DOI launch joint review of NEPA procedures at MMS

    The White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and US Department of the Interior announced a joint review of the US Minerals Management Service’s National Environmental Policy Act procedures on May 14.

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    Fri, 14 May 2010

  11. BOE seeks public comments on CX policy review

    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Research, and Enforcement began on Oct. 7 to seek public comments on its review of using categorical exclusions (CXs) in decisions involving development of US Outer Continental Shelf resources.

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    Fri, 8 Oct 2010

  12. Obama rebukes firms involved in spill; orders MMS reforms

    US President Barack Obama on May 14 harshly criticized companies involved in the ill-fated Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico for refusing to accept responsibility during congressional hearings for the Apr. 22 accident and subsequent oil spill.

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    Mon, 17 May 2010

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