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Colorado Petroleum Council shares the Air Quality Control Commission’s goal to continue Colorado’s environmental and energy leadership

DENVER, November 16, 2017 – The Colorado Petroleum Council issued the following statement regarding the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Air Quality Control Commission’s new rule.

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API and a business coalition of more than 140 organizations call on Congress to pass ozone relief legislation

WASHINGTON, July 18, 2017 – The American Petroleum Institute and a coalition of 146 associations and businesses representing a broad cross-section of U.S. industries signed a letter sent today to Congressional leadership affirming strong support for the Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017. The House is scheduled to vote on the bill later today.

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API: House action helps implementation of ozone standards

WASHINGTON, June 28, 2017 – API welcomed today’s passage of the Ozone Standards Implementation Act out of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The legislation gives states the flexibility they need to implement the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) more efficiently.

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API welcomes subcommittee action to improve implementation of ozone standards

WASHINGTON, June 15, 2017 – API applauded today’s passage of the Ozone Standards Implementation Act out of the House Energy and Commerce Environment Subcommittee. The legislation recognizes that the United States has continued to make dramatic improvements in air quality under existing regulations and that relief is needed for states and businesses from the duplicative regulatory and economic burdens of the previous administration’s implementation of concurrent ozone programs.

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API: Improved implementation of ozone standards will help local economies and ensure job security

WASHINGTON, June 7, 2017 – API said that the EPA’s announced delay of the implementation of the 2015 ozone standards offers a needed opportunity for states, the administration and Congress to improve the standards and ensure job security while protecting the economy.

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API: Regulatory system should promote technological innovations and industry best practices

WASHINGTON, May 15, 2017 – API today urged the EPA to adopt a regulatory system that enhances safety and protects the environment while prioritizing the production and refining of American natural gas and oil. The comments filed today are part of the agency’s solicitation of input from the public to inform its Regulatory Reform Task Force's evaluation of existing regulations.

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Colorado Petroleum Council: Communities depend on growing economic revenues and job opportunities supported by oil and natural gas industry

DENVER, April 28, 2017 – Colorado Petroleum Council Executive Director Tracee Bentley released the following statement regarding today’s vote by the Colorado Secretary of State's Title Board confirming that the board did not have jurisdiction to set a title for a proposed severance tax initiative (Initiative #20), meaning it will not appear on the 2017 ballot.

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API Ohio: Reject nuclear subsidies and stop misleading Ohioans

COLUMBUS, Ohio – April 25, 2017 – API Ohio Executive Director Chris Zeigler urged members of the Ohio legislature to reject legislation that would subsidize nuclear power companies, and called on corporate supporters of the legislation to stop misleading Ohio consumers with false information on the economic and environmental consequences of shuttering nuclear power plants in the state. Zeigler’s comments come as the Ohio House Public Utilities Committee hears testimony on the bill (H.B. 178) on Tuesday.

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API New York calls on state leaders to embrace consumer, job and environmental benefits of natural gas

ALBANY, NY, April 20, 2017 – API New York Executive Director Karen Moreau called for a course correction on energy by New York’s leadership, and she stressed the important impact clean-burning natural gas can have on jobs, government revenue, and lowering carbon emissions.

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API: Science shows expansion of EPA’s potentially costly Ozone Transport Region is unnecessary

WASHINGTON, April 13, 2017 – In testimony delivered during a hearing today, API said that it agrees with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that it is not necessary to expand the Ozone Transport Region (OTR) and cautions that the change could increase compliance costs and that current regulations are already working. API supports the EPA’s proposed relief to states, tribes, citizens, and businesses, through denial of the 2013 Clean Air Act Section 176A Petition. 

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