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  1. Cost of the Clean Air Act

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    Mon, 29 Dec 1997

  2. CIG settles Clean Air Act charges at Utah compressor station

    Colorado Interstate Gas Co. agreed to pay $1.02 million and install environmental controls to resolve charges that it violated the Clean Air Act at an eastern Utah compressor station, the Justice Department and EPA jointly announced.

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    Tue, 28 Jul 2009

  3. Chevron settles Clean Air Act allegations

    Chevron Corp. said it had reached a $7 million settlement with the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Justice concerning alleged violations of the Clean Air Act at the company's El Segundo marine terminal. The terminal is 1.5 miles offshore from Chevron's Southern ...

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    Wed, 23 Aug 2000

  4. Philippine refiners seek deferment of Clean Air Act

    Refining companies in the Philippines have asked the government to defer the second phase of the Clean Air Act , slate to take effect in 2003. The firms, many of which have suffered deficits due to higher crude prices and lower margins in petroleum products markets, say they cannot afford to invest ...

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    Wed, 13 Sep 2000

  5. CLEAN AIR ACT AND PCB CLEANUP HOLD ATTENTION OF PROCESSORS, PIPELINES

    Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor U.S. gas processing and pipeline operating companies are watching the congressional course of the Clean Air Act (CAA) reauthorization bill to learn what environmental hurdles await them in the near future. At the same time, the biggest recent ...

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    Mon, 5 Mar 1990

  6. NEW CONGRESS SHOULD FIX THE CLEAN AIR ACT

    Did Republicans get the message? In last week's stunning general elections, they took control of both houses of Congress. But did they get the message? Former President George Bush didn't get the message and served one term. President Bill Clinton didn't get the message and has suffered a stinging ...

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    Mon, 14 Nov 1994

  7. OXYGENATES FOR THE FUTURE-1 U.S. CLEAN AIR ACT EXPANDS ROLE FOR OXYGENATES

    George H. Unzelman HyOx Inc. Fallbrook, Calif. The passage of the amended Clean Air Act (CAA) on Nov. 15, 1990, established a permanent role for oxygenates in U.S. gasoline for the foreseeable future. This status for oxygenates was confirmed approximately a month later by analytical results from ...

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    Mon, 15 Apr 1991

  8. EPA conducts hearing on Clean Air Act 'new source review'

    By raising the bar on enforcement of air pollution rules the government is increasing the potential for less reliable and dirtier plants, electric industry officials testified Tuesday, but environmentalists said the policy curtailed emissions. They testified in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the first of ...

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    Tue, 10 Jul 2001

  9. EPA issues tailoring rule guidance for state, local agencies

    The US Environmental Protection Agency issued guidance and tools on Nov. 10 to help state and local air regulators identify cost-effective options for controlling greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act .

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    Thu, 11 Nov 2010

  10. GOP energy leaders float draft bill to halt EPA's GHG effort

    US House and Senate Republican energy leaders released a draft of their bill aimed at keeping the US Environmental Protection Agency from imposing carbon emissions limits under the Clean Air Act to address global climate change.

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    Mon, 14 Feb 2011

  11. GOP energy leaders float draft bill to halt EPA's GHG effort

    US House and Senate Republican energy leaders released a draft of their bill aimed at keeping the US Environmental Protection Agency from imposing carbon emissions limits under the Clean Air Act to address global climate change.

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    Fri, 4 Feb 2011

  12. Reining in EPA

    Hearings began last week on legislation that would derail the US Environmental Protection Agency's regulation, under the Clean Air Act , of greenhouse gas emissions. They represent a triumph of public discourse and participatory government.

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    Mon, 14 Feb 2011

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