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The Na Kika floating production storage facility in the Gulf of Mexico. BOEM Photo.
Zinke takes helm of Interior Department
The London Array wind farm offshore England. London Array Limited photo.
US offshore wind industry determined to grow — even in the Trump era
Oiled vegetation in the Kalamazoo River following an Enbridge Pipeline spill in 2010. EPA photo.
Sprawling US pipeline network could see relaxed regulations under Trump
BP's Na Kika platform in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. BP photo.
Trump repeals Obama-era rule affecting oil and gas industry
The Mars platform in the Gulf of Mexico. BOEM photo.
In the oil patch, battle over Jones Act heats up
The containership Edith Maersk. Maersk photo.
Prospect of Trump trade war has Maersk on alert
As demand ebbs, US coal looks for a new playbook
Crewmembers aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Chock enforce a security zone in the waterways surrounding Washington, D.C. for the 58th Presidential Inauguration, Jan. 19, 2017. The Coast Guard is working with federal and state partners to protect the nation'.
Coast Guard sets Palm Beach security zones for Trump
Rex Tillerson at his confirmation hearing on Jan. 11, 2017. Office of the President Elect photo.
Exxon's global reach raises questions for Tillerson in new role
In 2003, then Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao stands beside then Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld to sign a memorandum of understanding designed to ease re-entry into the civilian workforce by military personnel. Department of Defense photo.
Chao confirmed as US transportation secretary
Donald Trump, flanked by small business executives, posted a photo to Twitter to commemorate the signing of an Executive Order requiring his department heads to kill two regulations for each new one they issue. @realDonaldTrump photo.
Trump's bid to slash regulations may be easier said than done
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