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Report: Industry’s $252 Billion Environmental Investment

greenhouse gases  emissions  investment  natural gas  environmental expenditures 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 14, 2012

A new API report estimates that the U.S. oil and natural gas industry has invested more than $252 billion trying to improve the environmental performance of its products, facilities and operations since 1990 – about 65 percent of that directed toward cleaner air and water.

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Retain Current Particulate Matter Standard – Because It’s Working

emissions  energy policy  epa  regulations 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 12, 2012

Later this week EPA is expected to finalize standards for particulate matter 2.5. EPA could and should retain the existing standard. During a conference call with reporters API’s Howard Feldman, director of regulatory and scientific affairs, outlined the reasons:

  • Certain costs and doubtful benefits
  • Efficacy of the current standard
  • Questionable scientific foundation for a new standard
  • Poor coordination with other regulatory initiatives

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EPA Needs to Fix Air Emissions Proposal

access  epa  fracking  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas  air emissions 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted March 15, 2012

EPA's proposed rules for the oil and natural gas sector, which address sources of air emissions including those associated with hydraulic fracturing, are due to be finalized in the first week of April. The rules are important because they would over time affect hundreds of thousands of natural gas development operations.

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Not Too Fast, EPA

emissions  epa  ghg 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 26, 2011

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