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Jessica Sena: Those Fracking Feds Pt. 2

October 20, 2015

(Part 2) In this two-part edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Jessica Sena and research fellow Isaac Orr give the listeners an update on the state of fracking at the federal level, and how these rules are affect oil and natural gas production.

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(Part 2) In this two-part edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Jessica Sena and research fellow Isaac Orr give the listeners an update on the state of fracking at the federal level, and how these rules are affect oil and natural gas production.

Many new rules and regulations regarding hydraulic fracturing and energy policy have been enacted by the Obama Administration and federal agencies during the course of this year. This two-part podcast discusses a wide variety of topics, from a Federal Judge halting Bureau of Land Management fracking regulations on federal land, the impact of the Endangered Species Act as it pertains to listing of the sage grouse, and how the jungle of red tape enacted by federal regulators opens the door for more and more litigation from environmental groups.

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Isaac Orr is a research fellow for energy and environment policy at The Heartland Institute. Orr is a speaker, researcher, and writer specializing in hydraulic fracturing, frac sand mining, agricultural, and environmental policy issues.
iorr@heartland.org
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Jessica Sena is a Independent Communications Advisor at the Montana Petroleum Association. She is also a policy advisor for The Heartland Institute. Sena graduated from Dickinson State University in 2009 with a B.A. in Communications.
sena.jessica@rocketmail.com @@MTPetroleum