The Hill

The Environmental Protection Agency is punting a decision on whether to pursue regulations on methane emissions from industrial sources until after the holidays.

An EPA official told The Hill on Wednesday that the agency is holding off on its decision until after the holidays despite consistent statements by Administrator Gina McCarthy that the EPA would make a call this fall.

As the clock wound down, however, advocates and critics of possible regulations alike began to question if the EPA would move to target methane emissions.

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