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No Matter Who Wins Election, Oil And Gas Faces Regulatory Uncertainties

By Mark Druskoff If Gore vs. Bush in 2000 was the Seinfeld election, about nothing, then this year’s contest is the Brangelina election—splitting over irreconcilable differences, said David Wasserman, house editor, The Cook Political Report, speaking at the Deloitte Oil & Gas Conference in Houston on September 21. If companies want to [...]
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