Interior, EPA each outline efforts to reduce regulatory burdens

The US Department of the Interior and the Environmental Protection Agency separately reported energy regulatory burdens discovered within their operations and steps under way to relieve them. Other federal departments and agencies also issued reports on Oct. 25 in response to US President Donald Trump's Executive Order 13783 directing departments and agencies across the government on Mar. 28 to review and possibly change rules that impede the nation's energy development.

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