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Waste Management

A federal court in Wyoming struck down the Bureau of Land Management’s regulations aimed at reducing the waste of natural gas during oil and gas production activities on federal and Indian leases, finding that the bureau exceeded its statutory authority.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A federal court in Wyoming struck down the Bureau of Land Management’s regulations aimed at reducing the waste of natural gas during oil and gas production activities on federal and Indian leases, finding that the bureau exceeded its statutory authority.

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