Emissions

Markey Unveils Cap-and-Invest System to Tackle GHG Emissions

Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA) last Wednesday unveiled legislation that offers a cap-and-invest system to reduce heat-trapping greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the United States.

June 2, 2008

LNG, Carbon Policy to Shape U.S. Gas Future

In the long term North America will be the dominant liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions control will increase demand and price pressures on gas, and end-use customers for both electricity and natural gas utilities will face ever-larger rate increases, a panel of U.S. utility executives said last Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs Eighth Annual Power and Utility Conference in New York City.

May 19, 2008

LNG, Post-Carbon Policy Seen Dominating U.S. Gas Future

In the long term North America will be the dominant liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions control will increase demand and price pressures on gas, ultimately end-use customers for both electricity and natural gas utilities will face ever-larger rate increases, a panel of major U.S. utility executives said Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs Eighth Annual Power and Utility Conference in New York City.

May 15, 2008

California Climate Change Law ‘Politics’ Simmering Down

California’s complicated five-year transition to a cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions recently hit a political snag that caused some environmental groups to question the motives of Gov. Arnold Schwarzengger’s administration. A political shakeup at the state agency charged with implementing the system surfaced July 2, but the governor’s team quickly rallied and at least one major environmental group on Friday reasserted its strong support for Schwarzenegger.

July 9, 2007

AGA Supports ‘Reasonable, Responsible’ Federal Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Swinging its support behind the federal action to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the American Gas Association (AGA) said last week that policymakers must provide energy utilities with the opportunity to make greater use of domestic resources to “make meaningful advances in addressing climate change.”

February 26, 2007

AGA Supports ‘Reasonable, Responsible’ Federal Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Swinging its support behind the federal action to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the American Gas Association (AGA) said Thursday that policymakers must provide energy utilities with the opportunity to make greater use of domestic resources to “make meaningful advances in addressing climate change.”

February 23, 2007

GRI Technology Fuels Gas Reburns in Coal Boilers

Baltimore Gas & Electric expects to see a 65% reduction innitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions this summer as a result of a new gasreburn system installed on two of its coal-fired electricgeneration boilers and the Gas Research Institute is taking credit.

June 14, 1999
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