EPA Rolls Back Obama Methane Overregulation at Pittsburgh Ceremony

At a ceremony in Pittsburgh yesterday, federal EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Administrator Andrew Wheeler unveiled two new rules for the oil and natural gas industry that removes ineffective and duplicative methane detection requirements while streamlining others. Just before the Obamadroids left office, the Obama EPA slapped onerous and costly new regulations on methane emissions that don’t do anything but cost companies money. They certainly didn’t do anything to help the precious environment. Yesterday, after several years in the making, the EPA fixed the Obama overregulation issue with respect to methane emissions.

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