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Major oil companies make White House push to rein in EPA costs

“Other industry trade groups began meeting with White House budget officials beginning in April on the new rules” writes Ap Photo Richard for washingtonexaminer.com. But the May meeting was the first of three meetings at the White House to include major companies and not just the trade groups.The oil industry showed up in force at the White House this month to discuss the next steps in reining in costs at the Environmental Protection Agency.The primary effect of all this would rein in the substantial costs imposed on industry by multiple EPA regulations being issued across various program offices.The White House Office of Management and Budget released details about a meeting it held with the EPA and major oil companies to discuss preliminary regulations focused on making the full cost of environmental rules known to the public and industry.
 
Source: washingtonexaminer.com



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