The Securities and Exchange Commission has modernized its oil and gas company reporting requirements for the first time in more than 25 years.
"In the more than a quarter century since the SEC last reviewed its rules in this area, there have been significant changes in technology that have increasingly limited the usefulness of current disclosures to the market and investors," said SEC Chairman Christopher Cox (pictured) in a statement. "These updates to the SEC rules will help ensure more meaningful and comprehensive disclosure of information that, even though it does not appear on a company's balance sheet, is of significance to investors in making informed investment decisions."
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