The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said April 19 it would reconsider a rule on emissions from oil and gas operations and delay its implementation.
Oil interest groups, including the American Petroleum Institute and the Texas Oil and Gas Association, had petitioned the EPA in April 2016 to reconsider the rule limiting emissions of the greenhouse gas methane and other pollutants from new and revamped oil and gas operations.
The EPA said in a release it would delay the rule's compliance date, which had been June 3, for 90 days, as the agency took public comments on it.
The move signaled another retreat from climate change action after the Trump administration in March halted an effort to gather methane data from existing oil and gas operations to rein in leaks of the greenhouse gas.
Last month, President Donald Trump, a Republican, signed a far-reaching order to undo climate regulations, following up on a campaign promise to dismantle Obama-era environmental regulations.
The change to Battalion Oil reflects the Permian Basin company’s new team, culture and strategy after roughly a year of upheaval including the exit of its founder, Floyd Wilson.
Oil and Gas Investor and Hart Energy proudly announce the “25 Influential Women in Energy” honorees for 2020. These distinguished women and their accomplishments will be celebrated at the third annual Women in Energy luncheon on March 4, 2020, at the Hilton Americas in downtown Houston.
The merger agreement follows remarks made by Era Group CEO Chris Bradshaw in a letter to shareholders last year that the offshore helicopter industry was in “dire need” of consolidation.