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17 The Big Question: Can Countries Reach 100 Percent Renewable …

Several countries, including Scotland and the Philippines, have recently announced impressive plans to obtain all of their power from renewable energy. With many countries set. Continue reading

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Proposed Heating Oil Tax Going Nowhere – Government – Milford …

The Commerce Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly kills the bill. Continue reading

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New U.S. Oil Output Is A Game-Changer For Energy Industry

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RINs Trading Puts Market Forces to Work

CME’s New Contract Comes Amid Shifting DynamicsAs the U.S. moves further along efforts to reduce crude oil imports and carbon emissions, it’s becoming increasingly accepted that market forces produce the lowest-cost and highest-innovation solutions to complex problems…. Continue reading

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Oil Prices Are Primed To Drop — Here’s Where The Smart Money’s Going

Remember the "super spike"? That phrase entered our vocabulary five years ago this month when crude oil prices suddenly surged to $120 a barrel. By July 2008, prices surged to $140 a barrel, … Continue reading

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Proposed Heating Oil Tax Going Nowhere – Politics & Elections …

The Commerce Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly kills the bill. Continue reading

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U.S. Oil Boom Heralds Structural Shift for World Market

Exporters Must Adjust to a More Asia-Centric DemandDeclining U.S. crude imports have “potentially substantial” implications for international oil markets, and could herald a structural shift as the world’s biggest oil consumer over time becomes less dependent on… Continue reading

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Canada to end biofuel subsidy in 2017: report

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – The Canadian government plans to end its subsidy for production of biofuels when its current program ends in 2017, a newspaper reported on Saturday. The Globe and Mail quoted a letter from Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver to the biofuels industry on Thursday explaining that Ottawa needed to cut spending to tame its deficit. Oliver said that the ethanol … Continue reading

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The 2013 Renewable Fuel Standard: A 10-Minute Guide

In Washington, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its proposed 2013 Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS2).??The proposal will be open for a 45-day public comment period and EPA will consider feedback from a range of stakeholders before the proposal is finalized. Continue reading

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