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  1. PHMSA advises pipelines to share emergency plans with responders

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    Fri, 5 Nov 2010

  2. States already regulate hydraulic fracturing well, officials testify

    US states already regulate hydraulic fracturing aggressively and effectively, and a federal law would be redundant, two officials told a US House subcommittee on June 4.

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    Mon, 8 Jun 2009

  3. Texas QF generation shut-in; QFs file complaint at FERC

    Texas cogenerators known as qualifying facilities asked federal regulators to enforce a federal law governing electricity sales from the facilities in a emergency complaint Wednesday. Texas QFs said they have struggled to operate since Jan. 1 because utilities aren't paying them rates required by ...

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    Fri, 25 Jan 2002

  4. Industry groups at odds over New York plan to ban MTBE

    New York Gov. George Pataki's signing of legislation to phase out MTBE has prompted a war of words between two industry groups. The Oxygenated Fuels Association filed a complaint in federal court charging that the New York law contradicts federal law . The Renewable Fuels Association then criticized ...

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    Mon, 17 Jul 2000

  5. ExxonMobil denies allegations of violations at Baytown, Tex., refinery

    Activist groups alleged Tuesday the 508,000-b/d ExxonMobil Baytown refinery has a history of persistent pollution problems, including repeated violations of state and federal law . Their study also alleged the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission had failed to address the problems.

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    Thu, 3 May 2001

  6. New York, EPA settle underground tank suit

    New York City and the US Environmental Protection Agency reached an agreement under which the city will pay $1.3 million and bring substandard underground storage tank systems into compliance with federal law to settle a civil suit.

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    Fri, 27 Jan 2006

  7. New incentives move Alaskan gas line toward negotiation

    Alaskan government officials and the three major North Slope producers express optimism that they will reach an agreement to build a natural gas pipeline to the Lower 48 states now that several incentives have become federal law .

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    Wed, 27 Oct 2004

  8. New incentives move Alaskan gas line toward negotiation

    Alaskan government officials and the three major North Slope producers express optimism that they will reach an agreement to build a natural gas pipeline to the Lower 48 states now that several incentives have become federal law .

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    Mon, 1 Nov 2004

  9. EXPORTING CALIFORNIA HEAVY CRUDE

    President Bush should proceed with his rumored plan to test exports of heavy crude oil from California. The only thing stopping him is the precedent established by a ban on exports of Alaskan North Slope crude. Federal law currently allows exports of crude to U.S. territories, from state waters of ...

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    Mon, 27 May 1991

  10. EPA to expand toxic release list

    A federal district court in Washington has upheld an Environmental Protection Agency decision to add 286 chemical compounds to the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) list. Federal law requires companies to report any chemical compounds on the list that they use, handle, or release into the environment. ...

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    Mon, 20 May 1996

  11. GAS INDUSTRY FEARS CHANGE IN POWER PURCHASE LAW

    The U.S. natural gas industry has urged Congress not to repeal part of a federal law that requires electric utilities to buy power from cogeneration projects and small power producers. Sen. Don Nickles (R-Okla.) has filed a bill to repeal Section 210 of the 1978 Public Utility Regulatory Policies ...

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    Mon, 19 Jun 1995

  12. U.S. independents unaware of set-aside rule

    As U.S. independent producers are becoming more active on the Outer Continental Shelf, they are only beginning to discover a program designed to help other U.S. independents-the small refiners. Since 1978, a federal law has mandated that every OCS lease require the leaseholder to offer 20% of the ...

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    Mon, 15 Dec 1997

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