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Trump Presidential Victory: What Industry Leaders Are Saying

Industry leaders say they are committed to working with the president-elect Donald Trump come Jan. 1. And they’re also committed advancing the low-carbon economy.

Stream Rule to Come: Making Water Safer and Coal Mining More Expensive

Stream Rule to Come: Making Water Safer and Coal Mining More Expensive

Coal exects are saying that the impending stream protection rule due out this summer would be the most expensive coal regulation ever enacted. But the Obama administration says that it is long overdue and necessary to protect water quality.

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: SCOTUS Refuses Coal Appeal, Phillips 66 Fined, Anadarko Wins

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from Mingo Logan, a subsidiary of Arch Coal, which had challenged the EPA’s decision to veto the Spruce No. 1 mine, the Hill reports. EPA blocked the mine in 2011, four years after the project won its mineral-dumping permit from the Army … Read more »

Murray Energy Sues EPA

Murray Energy is suing the EPA to stop what it calls the agency’s “illegal promulgation of senseless and destructive regulations, with absolutely no regard for their job and family destruction,” the Intelligencer reports. Murray spokesman Gary M. Broadbent tells the West Virginia newspaper that the EPA’s rules issued over the … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Chevron in Supreme Court, Calif. Gas Prices, Australia Solar Farm

Chevron Corp lost a Supreme Court bid to block the $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador over alleged pollution in the Amazon jungle from 1964 to 1992. Chevron had appealed a lower court ruling, which had thrown out an injunction blocking enforcement of the Ecuadorean judgment. The Supreme Court … Read more »

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