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July 29, 2011 7:36 AM

New EPA regulations aim to cut oil, natural gas emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency proposed new regulations Thursday that it said would dramatically reduce polluting emissions from oil and natural gas operations, with "a net savings to the industry of tens of millions of dollars annually from the value of natural gas that no longer would escape in the air."

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