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FirstEnergy Bribery Suit Judge Slams Effort to Settle Elsewhere

A FirstEnergy Corp. stockholder’s suit claiming that former executives were involved in a bribery scheme that eventually cost the company a huge fine and hurt its stock value will remain active in one federal court in Ohio after a judge there criticized a settlement pending on nearly identical claims in another federal court in the state.

Oil Industry Sees Ongoing Leasing Pause in New Biden Gulf Plan

A “de facto moratorium” on offshore oil and gas leasing is taking hold over the next several months while the Biden administration considers its options for a proposed five-year leasing plan for the Gulf of Mexico, an oil and gas industry attorney said.

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