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To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Roxanna Smith, +1-415-453-0430, for Consumer Federation of America Issues New Report In Advance of Senate Energy Summit WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, as the U.S.
By Snow, Nick Bipartisan groups of US Senate and House members offered new energy proposals as Democratic and Republican leaders continued to trade potshots while a 5-week congressional recess began. Politically centrist Senators calling themselves "The Gang of 10" unveiled a proposal Aug.
By Dairy Today editors The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency denied a request submitted by the State of Texas to reduce the nationwide Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS).
By Dennison, Mike HELENA - Led off by Montana Rep. Denny Rehberg, a quartet of Republicans this week used a nationally broadcast congressional debate to push an energy bill that includes drilling for more oil in Alaska and domestic offshore sites.
America runs on oil. The internal combustion engine using fossil fuel is the predominant form of mechanized transport in America. Until these vehicles are converted to other forms of energy, or need replacing, we are stuck on fossil fuels.
We aren't naive. We realize that oil, natural gas and coal will be major sources of energy for at least two decades to come, barring a technological miracle.
By Herman Wang, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Aug.
By Stan Katten (First of two parts) Recognizing the serious deleterious effects of a 27-year-old policy, President Bush canceled the balance of an executive order prohibiting oil drilling in federal offshore waters.
By RAQUEL RUTLEDGE While state legislators attack reformulated gas in southeastern Wisconsin for its cost and waning effectiveness, something else is brewing in gas pumps in the rest of the state that has the potential, if not a promise, to stir statewide controversy. It's all centered on ethanol.
By Raquel Rutledge, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul.
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