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  1. New House bill highlights US energy instability

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    Fri, 7 Dec 2007

  2. US House bill taking shape with CAFE, renewables focus

    US House Democrats are moving toward energy legislation containing stiffer automotive fuel efficiency requirements and a higher renewable fuel standard.

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    Mon, 10 Dec 2007

  3. US House bill heads for floor; Senate tables Reid measure

    The US Senate rejected the Democratic leadership's latest cloture motion on Majority Leader Harry M. Reid's energy commodities reform bill, but the House appears poised to debate a similar bill next week.

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    Fri, 25 Jul 2008

  4. US House bill taking shape with CAFE, renewables focus

    US House Democrats are moving toward energy legislation containing stiffer automotive fuel efficiency requirements and a higher renewable fuel standard.

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    Fri, 30 Nov 2007

  5. New House bill highlights US energy instability

    When US lawmakers fret about energy supply from unstable regimes, they should look closely at themselves.

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    Mon, 17 Dec 2007

  6. Senate turns back GOP oil, gas bill similar to House bill

    One day after refusing to consider the Democrats’ bill to increase taxes for the five biggest US oil companies, the US Senate similarly rejected on May 17 a Republican measure patterned after legislation that the US House approved last week by a 57-42 vote.

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    Thu, 19 May 2011

  7. Draft House bill broadens FERC's role in electric markets

    A draft electricity bill pending in the US House Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality would give the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission broader powers to oversee the wholesale electricity system's transmission, reliability, siting of new facilities, and market behavior. Committee members are ...

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    Mon, 24 Sep 2001

  8. HOUSE BILL TO PROVIDE COALBED METHANE FORCED POOLING

    Rep. Phil Sharp (D-Ind.), chairman of the House energy and power subcommittee, has filed a bill in Congress to provide a forced pooling mechanism for coalbed methane. "The major barrier to coalbed methane recovery is the issue of who owns the methane," Sharp said.

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    Mon, 14 Oct 1991

  9. INDUSTRY WINS, LOSES IN HOUSE BILL

    The House of Representatives has approved a plan to limit U.S. gas prorationing by the states but rejected a move to require petroleum refiners and importers to place 1% of their oil or products volumes into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. The oil industry lobbied heavily against the SPR ...

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    Mon, 1 Jun 1992

  10. Federal agencies criticize cross-border permit reform bill

    Three federal agencies expressed concern that a US House bill aimed at standardizing the process for energy projects to get cross-border permits actually could preclude environmental and other significant reviews.

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    Mon, 11 Nov 2013

  11. New climate politics

    No better measure exists of change in climate politics than the lone amendment Democrats managed to attach to a House bill last week blocking regulation of greenhouse gases by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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    Mon, 28 Mar 2011

  12. CBO says HR 2454 would add $846 billion in taxes

    A US House bill that would introduce a domestic carbon emissions cap-and-trade program would cost $846 billion in new taxes, the Congressional Budget Office said on June 5.

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    Wed, 10 Jun 2009

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