It's a much different picture for American natural gas, coal and power than just a few days ago as the US energy industry eyes a future under President-elect Donald Trump. Not only will key Washington appointees shift the tone of agencies like the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency, but changing regulations and trade agreements could impact gas production, power generation and infrastructure permitting.Matt Eversman, manager, North American gas and power content, is joined by Chris Newkumet, Washington bureau chief, and Ross Wyeno, senior analyst, to examine what the future could hold for gas and power under a new presidential administration.Related: Find more election coverage in our US Election 2016 news and analysis feature, which includes links to blog posts, podcasts, videos, special reports, news stories and more.Platts news and news analysis is independent, objective and neutral.
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