FUELLING FUTURES: CHEVRON VERDICT & ALASKA’S PATH

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Today’s Key Takeaways:  Chevron doctrine ruling plays in Alaska’s favor. BP’s latest energy outlook:  fossil fuel’s are here to stay. AK gold project gets funding. Trump vows to boost U.S. oil production. NEWS OF THE DAY: The Chevron doctrine and the future of AlaskaFairbanks Daily News Miner Editorial Board, July 17, 2024(subscription required) News-Miner opinion: With the overturning of the Chevron … read more

Five Senate Democrats Support Sullivan Ambler Amendment.

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Today’s Key Takeaways: New report proves that environmental NGOs are actively and intentionally stalling energy and public lands projects – averaging over four years of unnecessary delays. Biden considers more restrictions in NPR-A. Five Senate Dems vote to support Ambler Access Project. Democratic platform is big on climate action, down on fossil fuels. NEWS OF THE DAY: Breakthrough Institute Report … read more

A Post Chevron View: “Bureaucrats Not Judge, Jury & Executioner”

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Today’s Key Takeaway(From Axios): EPA Administrator Michael Regan believes his agency will be hit “extremely hard” by the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Chevron deference. Why it matters: Regan’s view from the top underscores just how damaging the decision in Loper Bright v. Raimondo could be for the Biden administration’s marquee air and water regulations. Driving the news: Regan told the House Oversight and Accountability … read more