New York — As the US political climate has grown more polarized, the energy sector has faced increasingly significant shifts on the regulatory front every four to eight years, and the industry may have to ready itself for another pendulum swing after the November presidential election.

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In sharp contrast to incumbent President Donald Trump, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has made aggressive climate proposals and pledged to reinstate regulations the Trump administration rolled back.

An ever-changing regulatory environment can threaten the certainty extractive industries require to plan and finance projects,

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