EPA Punts on Permian Air Quality Plans, Pleasing Producers

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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seemingly punting on a decision over how to address air quality violations in a handful of New Mexico and Texas counties, which would have meant new regulatory hurdles for operators in the Permian Basin.

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