The New Acting Interior Secretary Is An Agency Insider And Ex-Oil Lobbyist
Wednesday, 2 January 2019 As Ryan Zinke steps down amid a string of ethics investigations, his deputy David Bernhardt — a former oil-industry lobbyist and a polarizing figure — will take over at the Department of the Interior.
Energy industry groups said Friday the partial government shutdown has increased the chances of delays in U.S. energy initiatives. The U.S. Department of Interior was expected to release its 2019 to 2024 offshore oil and gas drilling plan in early January. The Trump administration has made increasing...
President Donald Trump said on Monday he would nominate David Bernhardt, a former energy lobbyist, to be secretary of the interior, the department that oversees U.S. public lands. Gavino Garay reports.
The partial government shutdown is hurting American Indian and Alaska Native tribes across the U.S. According to Business Insider, federal government funds many service to Indian country. This includes..
President Trump said he would nominate former oil-and-gas industry lobbyist David Bernhardt as secretary of the Interior, a role Mr. Bernhardt currently serves... Wall Street Journal Also reported by •Firstpost •DNA •Sify