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  1. Trade groups oppose greenhouse gas emissions limits on new vehicles

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    Thu, 24 May 2001

  2. Texas regulators call for lower greenhouse gas emissions

    Texas regulators said measures must be taken to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Texas, which account for about 10% of the US total. Texas produces about 189 million tonnes/year of carbon equivalents and the rate is rising about 0.7%/year, according to a draft state report.

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    Tue, 15 Jan 2002

  3. Senate energy bill to encourage greenhouse gas reductions

    Leaders of the Democratic-controlled Senate say a comprehensive energy bill they hope to pass in early fall will emphasize measures that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The White House says it does not want to impose mandatory controls on carbon dioxide that are not cost-effective.

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    Wed, 1 Aug 2001

  4. US greenhouse gas emissions rise in 1999

    US total greenhouse gas emissions rose 0.8% in 1999 to 1,833 million tonnes of carbon equivalent (MMTCe), according to government estimates, compared to 1998 levels. Analysts at the US Energy Information Administration said the increase was slightly lower than the 1.1% average annual increase that ...

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    Fri, 3 Nov 2000

  5. DOE sets greenhouse gas research projects

    The U.S. Department of Energy will help fund 12 research projects for the inexpensive capture and permanent disposal of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. Energy Sec. Federico Peña said the projects will seek practical, affordable methods to prevent carbon dioxide and other ...

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    Mon, 11 May 1998

  6. Oil company buys greenhouse gas emissions credits

    Murphy Oil USA Inc. agreed to buy up to 210,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions credits from TransAlta, a Canadian utility. The transaction is voluntary and not required by any laws yet. Murphy is apparently the first oil company to buy greenhouse gas credits.

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    Tue, 14 Nov 2000

  7. DTE joins group to cut greenhouse gas emissions

    Detroit utility holding company DTE Energy Co. said it joined the Chicago Climate Exchange, a group with plans to establish a voluntary greenhouse gas pilot trading program and cut emissions 5% by 2005 from 1999 levels.

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    Tue, 31 Jul 2001

  8. Colder weather in 1996 boosted U.S. greenhouse gas emissions

    The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that colder than average weather in 1996 caused a substantial increase in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. It said U.S. carbon dioxide emissions grew 3.5% in 1996, compared with 1995, to almost 1.5 billion metric tons. Emissions of the principal ...

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    Mon, 15 Dec 1997

  9. Driller spearheads effort to baseline greenhouse gases

    Driller spearheads effort to baseline greenhouse gases Drilling contractors can play an important role in eliminating redundant measurement and reporting carbon emissions from drilling operations.

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    Mon, 12 Jul 2004

  10. Murphy buying greenhouse gas credits

    In what industry observers say is the first purchase of greenhouse gas emissions credits by a US oil company, Murphy Oil USA Inc. has agreed to buy credits for up to 210,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide, to offset its increasing volume of emissions, from Canadian energy firm TransAlta Corp.

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    Mon, 20 Nov 2000

  11. US oil industry seen playing key role in greenhouse gas emissions cuts

    US producers may be able to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and boost domestic oil production by expanding enhanced recovery methods, policymakers said in a recent report.

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    Mon, 30 Sep 2002

  12. Mandatory GHG reporting nears for onshore US production

    By Mar. 31, 2012, owners of onshore petroleum and natural gas production operations must report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for calendar year 2011, under the US Environmental Protection Agency's mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases rule.

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    Mon, 5 Sep 2011

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