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  • After months of delay, the Biden administration’s blueprint for natural gas and oil leasing was finally released the day after Thanksgiving – and nobody is celebrating. The Interior Department stopped short of calling for a ban on new leasing as President Joe Biden pledged during his campaign, infuriating many green groups and Democrats. But it lays out some vaguely worded reforms that industry groups insist would render gas and oil reserves less appealing. limit access to key gas and oil reserves. Hamstrung by an adverse court ruling and political realities, it appears the administration's efforts to thread the needle have only served to further rile stakeholders.
MARK DAVIDSON is the Editor of Natural Gas Week and the Washington Bureau Chief for Energy Intelligence. Mark directs day-to-day coverage of all aspects of the domestic gas industry as well as federal energy policy in Washington.
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