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Oversight Committee’s Anti-Oil and Natural Gas Investigation and Report Turns Out To Be A Giant Nothingburger

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After a year-long investigation and a report that was billed as “explosive,” the anti-oil and natural gas charade from Democrats on the House Oversight Committee turned out to be a giant nothingburger right before they exit the majority.

The committee’s report was dropped on a Friday afternoon without a press conference – a sure sign that even Democrats think it’s a dud, as Energy In Depth noted a few days ago. Even Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), a top Democrat leading the investigation, told E&E News that the report would not “break through” with the public and the Center for Climate Integrity, an activist group pushing climate litigation, admitted the investigation hadn’t turned up any “bombshells.”

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