By MATTHEW JONES, AP Environmental Defense Fund President Bobbie Gentry talks about a drilling rig at the site of the Keystone XL oil pipeline drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico in this March 19, 2017 file photo.
Environmental Defense Foundation President Bobbies Gentry speaks about a fracking rig in an area near the site where a pipeline was recently discovered at a drill site in the gulf of Mexico.
This March 19 file photo shows a hydraulic fracturing device being used in an underground oil field near the Gulf Coast of Texas.
Environmental Defense Foundation president Bobbie Gates speaks at the Environmental Defense Summit in Washington, DC.
In this March 17, 2017 photo, a drilling platform is seen in an oil field just west of the Texas border.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy speaks during a news conference at the agency’s headquarters in Washington.
McCarthy said Tuesday that the agency would approve a permit to drill for oil in the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas, where the U.S.-Mexico border runs along the Gulf coast.
EPA Administrator Gina R. McCarthy speaks in Washington in March.
The EPA is allowing the U