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DOI targets oil and gas flaring in latest action

The Interior Department last week proposed rules to limit methane leaks from oil and gas drilling on public lands, the latest action by the...

Rail grant provides $1.5 million for NOPB transloading park

Last week, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced the first projects selected to receive $3 million in grant funding under the Class...

AGs push back against EPA ‘environmental justice’ rule

Twelve attorneys general have submitted comments to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan expressing concerns about a new proposed rule they argue will increase...

As rail strike looms, U.S. industry braces for impact

American consumers and nearly every U.S. industry will be affected if freight trains grind to a halt next month, reports the Associated Press. One of...

State’s legal showdown may preview national battle over hydrogen

The developer of a $4.5 billion hydrogen project in Louisiana is in a legal battle with local lawmakers in a case that analysts say...

GOP plans to investigate ‘cancer’ of climate friendly investing

Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill are already gearing up to investigate what they see as “woke capitalism,” a reference to Wall Street firms that...

Coast Guard allows U.S. offshore vessels to aid in disaster recovery

A new policy letter from the U.S. Coast Guard provides a transparent pathway for U.S. vessels operating in the offshore energy sector to participate...

Louisiana parishes reject $100 million settlement for coastal erosion

A proposed $100 million settlement in a lawsuit against energy company Freeport-McMoRan over alleged damage to the coast continues to unravel, most recently with...

Edwards, state leaders discuss LNG, energy transition in London

Gov. John Bel Edwards, along with state officials and business leaders, discussed Louisiana's energy transition during last week's London economic mission, the governor's office...

Attorney General Landry pressing GOP senators to oppose energy permit reforms

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is leading a group of 18 Republican attorneys general in opposition to U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s proposed Energy Independence...

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