- In the event of a federal government shutdown, the energy industry would keep on drilling but approval of new plans would pause, WSJ’s Tom Fowler reports.
- New oil and gas permitting on public lands as well as the review of new offshore drilling plans would come to a halt, but most safety inspections and the review of ongoing offshore drilling would continue, according to contingency plans prepared by the Interior Department.
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Oil drilling would go on but new permitting would stop, if shutdown comes
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