U.s. Environmental Agency should reconsider law of gas emission

According to Reuters, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it will reconsider the emissions law for oil and gas operations and defer your implementation.

The American Petroleum Institute and the Association of oil and gas in Texas had already asked the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in April 2016 to reconsider the law that limits the emission of methane gas and other pollutants for new and renewed gas operations.

In a statement, the EPA said it will postpone the deadline for compliance with the law, that was the day June 3, for 90 days, while a public consultation on the legislation.

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