EPA methane crackdown wins endorsement from oil icon Texas foundation

Fuel Fix: The Obama administration just won an unlikely ally in its push to slash methane emissions from oil wells and gas processing facilities. The philanthropic organization that is a legacy of George Mitchell, the “father of fracking,” endorsed the proposal as a “prudent regulatory strategy.” The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation’s move breaks with oil and gas industry leaders who say the rules would hike costs and throttle domestic energy development. The Environmental Protection Agency......

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