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The US defends its oil and gas expansion despite climate finance promises

The US defends its oil and gas expansion despite climate finance promises

The Biden administration promises to lead global climate finance efforts, yet faces criticism for expanding oil and gas production amid its climate goals.

Fiona Harvey reports for The Guardian.

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LNG export debate intensifies as Louisiana fishers demand halt

LNG export debate intensifies as Louisiana fishers demand halt

A battle over LNG export expansion heats up as Louisiana fishermen and environmental groups push back against industry influence on federal decisions.

Sara Sneath reports for DeSmog.

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Biden faces pressure from activists to halt deepwater oil export plans

Biden faces pressure from activists to halt deepwater oil export plans

Environmental groups urge the Biden administration to stop new deepwater oil-export facilities and maintain a pause on gas-export licenses.

Oliver Milman reports for The Guardian.

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Missouri may impose new restrictions on water exports

Missouri may impose new restrictions on water exports

Missouri legislators are moving forward with a bill that would restrict water exports to address internal drought concerns and prevent resource depletion by water-stressed western states.

Scott Dance reports for The Washington Post.

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Biden's new stance on natural gas export permits sparks debate

Biden's new stance on natural gas export permits sparks debate

President Biden halts new natural gas export permits amid environmental concerns, stirring a mix of reactions.

Jonathan Thompson reports for High Country News.

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Biden's temporary halt on gas exports sparks scientific debate

President Biden's decision to limit liquefied natural gas exports has ignited a scientific and political debate over its environmental impact, with new research challenging the fuel's clean image.

Joel Kirkland reports for POLITICO.

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White House said to delay decision on CP2, a liquid natural gas export terminal

Before deciding whether to approve it, the Energy Department will analyze the climate impacts of CP2, one of 17 proposed LNG export terminals.

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