From Closed Doors to Open Arms, Oklahoma Oil Industry Optimistic About Business Under President Trum
From board rooms to drilling rigs, much of the U.S. fossil fuel industry has been counting down the days until President Barack Obama turns over the keys of the White House. Donald Trump doesn’t officially take the wheel of the nation’s energy policy for a couple of months, but Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry says its prospects have already improved under the president-elect. On the campaign trail, Trump wooed energy state voters and industry leaders. He promised to restore coal mining jobs...
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