Biden’s plan to help evict energy revolution from federal land
This article originally appeared in Washington Times on August 14, 2023
Technological innovation has unlocked America’s oil and gas resources, turning the United States into an energy superpower. But the Biden administration has proposed new regulations that will hamstring the nation’s energy-rich federal lands with red tape and higher costs.
Rather than supporting the innovation and development that has powered the American economy for almost 20 years, the Biden administration is supersizing its regulations to help evict the energy revolution from federal land.
The Bureau of Land Management spearheads the proposed rule within the Department of the Interior, which is tasked with overseeing the federally owned mineral rights across 30% of American land...
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