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Emissions Reduction Goals Carry New Implications for Compliance

Emissions Reduction Goals Carry New Implications for Compliance

Emissions Reduction Goals Carry New Implications for Compliance

Final Clean Air Act and Clean Power Plan rules recently released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) include regulations for shale gas producers to follow as well as regulatory and ratemaking activities for the downstream market. In addition, new activities focused on the integration of distributed energy resources (DER) to electricity markets, as well as the corresponding new services and pricing, will undoubtedly have an impact on natural gas distribution utilities.

To position themselves for this evolving market, industry players will likely need to tweak operations and maintenance plans to comply with the maze of current and upcoming regulations. How these regulations affect the gas industry in the near- and long-term and how the industry adjusts to comply remain areas to watch. International goals and policies to address climate change are adding significant pressure and influence to fuel markets

Emissions Reduction Goals Carry New Implications for Compliance

Download the full report to read more about how EPA regulations will affect the natural gas industry both in the U.S. and internationally.

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