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A Texas bankruptcy judge approved a deal Tuesday that resolves about $150 million in claims levied against reorganized debtor Chesapeake Energy by landowners who say they were underpaid on royalty obligations owed by the debtors.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continues to struggle with staffing and safety concerns that threaten the agency's ability to keep the nation's air and water clean by holding criminal polluters accountable, a new inspector general report released Wednesday said.
President Joe Biden's pick to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's water office on Wednesday promised lawmakers her goal is to create an "enduring" method of determining the Clean Water Act's jurisdiction.
In the wake of a ransomware attack that temporarily forced the nation's largest fuel pipeline system offline, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers reintroduced multiple bills aimed at staving off similar attacks on critical energy infrastructure in the future.
Electric scooter startup Bird will hit the public markets at an enterprise value of $2.3 billion by merging with a special purpose acquisition company, in a deal put together with assistance from respective legal advisers Latham and Vinson & Elkins, the companies said Wednesday.