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  1. US Supreme Court to hear part of Exxon Mobil's appeal

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    Mon, 18 Oct 2004

  2. US Supreme Court upholds Unocal's reformulated gasoline patent

    The US Supreme Court decision Tuesday upholding Unocal Corp.�s patent for cleaner-burning reformulated gasoline (RFG) calls into question the feasibility of the federal Clean Air Act that it�s supposed to advance, said an industry official.

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    Tue, 20 Feb 2001

  3. US Supreme Court to hear smog-soot case

    The US Supreme Court has agreed to review an appeals court�s decision that the US Environmental Protection Agency exceeded its authority in 1997 when it issued controversial smog and soot standards. The high court will hear arguments and issue an opinion during its term that begins in October.

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    Tue, 23 May 2000

  4. Refiners petition US Supreme Court for review of Unocal patent case

    Attorneys for ExxonMobil Corp. and four other refiners petitioned the US Supreme Court Tuesday to review a lower court decision that would force them to pay royalties to Unocal Corp. for its gasoline reformulation process.

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    Wed, 16 Aug 2000

  5. US Supreme Court sends White House energy task force case back to lower court

    The Supreme Court June 24 essentially delayed a decision on whether documents pertaining to the White House energy task force should be made public until after the November US presidential elections.

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    Tue, 29 Jun 2004

  6. Court to EPA: Costs matter

    Oil and gas groups did not respond immediately when the US Supreme Court ruled on June 29 that the US Environmental Protection Agency acted unreasonably when it said costs were irrelevant in regulating mercury and air toxics emissions from coal-fired power plants.

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    Mon, 6 Jul 2015

  7. Courts less deferential to regulatory agencies, GMU forum told

    US Supreme Court decisions in the recently completed term suggest that judicial deference to federal regulatory agencies is starting to recede, speakers said at a July 8 forum sponsored by George Mason University’s School of Law. The trend potentially could affect how the oil and gas and other ...

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    Wed, 8 Jul 2015

  8. GMU forum: More energy cases could head to Supreme Court in 2015

    The US Environmental Protection Agency’s ambitious regulatory agenda potentially could push more energy cases to the US Supreme Court in 2015, speakers agreed at a Sept. 18 forum sponsored by George Mason University Law School’s Law & Economics Center.

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    Thu, 18 Sep 2014

  9. GMU forum: More energy cases could head to Supreme Court in 2015

    The US Environmental Protection Agency's ambitious regulatory agenda potentially could push more energy cases to the US Supreme Court in 2015, speakers agreed at a Sept. 18 forum sponsored by George Mason University Law School's Law & Economics Center.

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

  10. SCOTUS to review EPA regs of stationary sources’ GHG emissions

    The US Supreme Court agreed to review the US Environmental Protection Agency’s approach to regulating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from refineries and other stationary sources. The American Petroleum Institute and American Petrochemical & Fuel Manufacturers applauded the move.

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    Tue, 15 Oct 2013

  11. SCOTUS to review EPA regulations of stationary sources' GHG emissions

    The US Supreme Court agreed to review the US Environmental Protection Agency's approach to regulating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from refineries and other stationary sources.

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    Mon, 21 Oct 2013

  12. Mandates and taxes

    By rule of the US Supreme Court , a penalty imposed on failure to fulfill a congressional mandate represents a tax. This historic determination should inform regulation of ethanol made from cellulose for blending into gasoline.

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    Mon, 9 Jul 2012

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