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The United States Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will stop requesting information from oil and gas companies to monitor their contamination. In a statement, the EPA said it is immediately withdrawing requests that require owners and operators of the oil and natural gas industry to provide information on equipment and emissions at existing operations in the sector. This measure also includes companies that received an extension in delivery dates to provide information on contamination, which are no longer required to respond. On November 10, the agency sent the Information Collection Request to companies in order to determine how to reduce methane and other harmful emissions from the oil and natural gas industry. Ecoportal.net Environmental Newshttp: // environmental news. com.ar/