Hand-in-hand on auto emissions
United States, Canada take joint approach that could reduce oil needs by 500,000 bpd by 2016, but critics doubt goals attainable
For Petroleum News
The United States and Canadian governments have delivered on a year-old pledge to set “common standards” for motor vehicle fuel consumption as they chase ambitious cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
Their tandem approach to improving the average emission performance of new cars and trucks by 25 perce....
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Angry industry response
Officials call it win-win
Joint plan praised
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