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United States: EPA Offers ACE Rule To Trump Clean Power Plan - Jones Day

Mondaq Monday, 17 September 2018
Outlined in an Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") proposal published on August 31, 2018, the Affordable Clean Energy ("ACE") rule would replace the Obama Administration's Clean Power Plan ("CPP").
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News video: Trump Administration to Ease Rule On Methane Leaks On Public Land

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According to Reuters, the Trump Administration is slated on Tuesday to roll back an Obama-era rule on emissions of the greenhouse gas methane from oil and gas operations on public lands. The rule is aimed at reducing leaks of natural gas, or methane, that occur through venting and flaring during oil...

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