The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency drew up its rules limiting sulfur content in gasoline with automakers’ backing, reflecting a new way of doing business for an industry that’s often fought regulators.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to unveil new regulations next week to reduce smog from automobiles, including cutting by two-thirds the level of sulfur in gasoline, according to people familiar with the agency’s deliberations.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to unveil new regulations March 3 to reduce smog from automobiles, including cutting by two-thirds the level of sulfur in gasoline, people familiar with the agency’s deliberations said.
The proposed Keystone XL pipeline cleared a key hurdle today with a government study that found its impact on the climate would be minimal, which supporters said meets President Barack Obama’s test for allowing the project to be built.
With the release of a long-awaited environmental review, debate over the proposed Keystone XL project moves into a new phase that puts the question directly to President Barack Obama: Is the pipeline good for America?
The top Republican on the Senate Energy Committee urged President Barack Obama to end a 39-year ban on exports of U.S. crude oil, joining what is shaping up as a major election-year debate over energy policy.
A divided U.S. Congress probably won’t agree to revamping the tax code this year, according to the head of the American Petroleum Institute, which is lobbying to protect breaks for the oil and gas industry.