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Environmental Protection Agency Releases New Emission Guidelines Aimed to Reduce Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Existing Oil and Gas Equipment and Processes

USA - October 26 2016 As part of its strategy to reduce emissions in the oil and natural gas sector, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), on October 20, 2016…

Co-authors: Robert (Bob) P. Thibault, James D. Braddock, Suzanne Beaudette Murray, Christopher J. Reagen.


Nuisance is a Legal Injury, Not a Cause of Action - A Waltz Across Texas Nuisance Law

USA - July 22 2016 In Crosstex North Texas Pipeline v. Gardiner, issued June 24, 2016, the Texas Supreme Court considered a noise nuisance claim involving a natural gas…

Co-authors: Mike Stewart, Michael J. Mazzone.


EPA Takes Regulatory Actions to Address Emissions from the Oil and Gas Sector

USA - May 12 2016 On May 12th, EPA issued two rules that will significantly impact the oil and gas industry nationally. The first rule, an outgrowth of the President’s…

Co-authors: Suzanne Beaudette Murray, Christopher J. Reagen.


SB 709 overhauls Texas environmental contested case hearing process

USA - May 29 2015 On May 23rd, Governor Abbott signed SB 709, fundamentally changing Texas’s contested hearing process for environmental permits. Effective September 1…

Co-authors: James D. Braddock.


EPA approves Texas takeover of greenhouse gas permitting

USA - November 3 2014 On October 31, 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized its approval for the State of Texas to issue greenhouse gas (GHG)…

Co-authors: James D. Braddock.

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