Just before the year ends, Trump delivers two more wins for the fossil fuel industry: rolling back an environmental rule for fracking on public lands, and proposing to ease safety requirements for offshore drilling.
Wait, are they serious about this? They're not serious about this, right?
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The Obama administration on Monday gave Royal Dutch Shell permission to drill for oil off Alaska's coast for the first time in more than 20 years.
On Jan. 6, nearly 3 millions gallons of brine spilled in North Dakota, contaminating the surrounding area. More than a month later, the cleanup continues with no end in site.
The "I Love Drilling" Juice Bar in Vernal, Utah proudly tacks a surcharge on to the smoothies they make for openly liberal customers.
Republicans point out that when John McCain toured an oil field in 2008 there were workers around.
The oil drilling argument between Alaska Representative Don Young and Rice University Professor Doug Brinkley -- ah who cares? The look on that staffer's face is priceless.