US firms press greenhouse gas initiatives

Click here to enlarge imageEventually researchers may reach a consensus as to whether catastrophic global warming is a reality, but until they do, US oil and natural gas companies are taking matters into their own hands.During the American Petroleum Institute's 2-day conference on the oil industry's climate change initiatives last month, more than 2 dozen climate-change specialists from the industry and academia discussed techniques currently used in the industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as new technologies for the future.Companies are reducing emissions in response to regulations, as well as through voluntary government programs such as the US Environmental P...

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