Tim Puko

energy policy reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Covers energy policy for The Wall Street Journal.

Tim Puko on KCRW

The Justice Department has begun an investigation into whether four automakers colluded with California to make cars with stricter fuel efficiency standards.

Did automakers collude with California to enact stricter pollution standards for cars?

The Justice Department has begun an investigation into whether four automakers colluded with California to make cars with stricter fuel efficiency standards.

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The Trump administration says it plans to reverse Obama-era federal limits on methane emissions for oil and gas companies. Methane is one of the biggest drivers of climate change.

Trump plans to sharply cut methane regulations

The Trump administration says it plans to reverse Obama-era federal limits on methane emissions for oil and gas companies. Methane is one of the biggest drivers of climate change.

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