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Oct 30, 2014
Oct 30, 2014

Easing U.S. oil export ban unlikey to raise gasoline prices: EIA

WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – A government study on
Thursday essentially supported the notion that easing the
decades-old restriction on exporting U.S. crude was more likely
to lower than raise gasoline prices for American motorists, a
conclusion that could ease concerns among lawmakers about
changing the policy.

U.S. gasoline prices are mainly set by global oil prices,
the Energy Information Administration said in a highly
anticipated analysis.

Oct 30, 2014
Oct 30, 2014

Factbox: Midterm elections’ impact on U.S. energy, environment agenda

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2014 U.S. mid-term elections could shake up Congress in the midst of two major transformations in energy and environmental policy.

A boom in the production of shale oil and gas has turned the United States into an energy superpower, putting the country on course to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil producer.

Oct 30, 2014

Midterm elections’ impact on U.S. energy, environment agenda

WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – The 2014 U.S. mid-term
elections could shake up Congress in the midst of two major
transformations in energy and environmental policy.

A boom in the production of shale oil and gas has turned the
United States into an energy superpower, putting the country on
course to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil
producer.

Oct 30, 2014

Midterm elections’ impact on U.S. energy, environment agenda

WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – The 2014 U.S. mid-term
elections could shake up Congress in the midst of two major
transformations in energy and environmental policy.

A boom in the production of shale oil and gas has turned the
United States into an energy superpower, putting the country on
course to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil
producer.

Oct 28, 2014

U.S. EPA seeks more input on sweeping power plant rule

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. regulators said on Tuesday they wanted more public input on certain aspects of a sweeping plan to reduce carbon pollution from power plants and about the role natural gas can play to achieve emission cuts.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency identified areas of concern raised by “multiple stakeholders” since it unveiled its proposed regulations in June, and hopes to get additional input before its public comment period ends on Dec. 1.

Oct 28, 2014
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