In This Issue:
- Climate Action Plan Breathes New Life into Oil & Gas Air Regulations
- Major Natural Gas Power Plant Announcement Indicates Different Uses for Marcellus & Utica Shale Gas
- Natural Gas Expanding as a Major Player in Transportation Fuels
- Pennsylvania's Act 13 Impact Fee Revenues Rise
- PA DEP Releases 2012 Natural Gas Emissions Data for 8,800 Natural Gas Wells and 400 Compressor Stations
- Excerpt from Climate Action Plan Breathes New Life into Oil & Gas Air Regulations:
On March 28, 2014, the White House released its Climate Action Plan Strategy to Reduce Methane Emissions. The oil and natural gas sectors are clearly in the cross-hairs for reductions.
The report indicates the oil and natural gas sector was responsible for 28 percent of man-made methane emissions in 2012 - second only to the agricultural sector, which accounts for 36 percent of emissions...
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Topics: Air Pollution, Clean Air Act, Climate Action Plan, Climate Change, Energy Policy, Environmental Policies, EPA, Fracking, Marcellus Shale, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Shale Gas, Utica Shale
Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Tax Updates, Transportation Updates
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