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“What a load of horse manure this is: Keystone XL could mean more carbon emissions than estimated, study says ”

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent via @forbes

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent

Obama EPA Issues Coal-Killing Rules To Cut Carbon Emissions 30 Percent via @forbes

Thanks largely to the oil and gas industry, US carbon emissions fell last year to the lowest level since 1994

Thanks largely to the oil and gas industry, US carbon emissions fell last year to the lowest level since 1994

Yep: Thanks largely to the oil and gas industry, US carbon emissions fell last year to the lowest level since 1994

Report: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall

Report: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall

Thanks, #shale #naturalgas: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall | StateImpact Texas #fracking

Report: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall

Report: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall

Thanks, #shale #naturalgas: As Natural Gas Displaces Coal, Carbon Emissions Fall | StateImpact Texas #fracking

“Sierra Club hates this: @EnergyfromShale: By a 53 to 11 margin, Americans say #natgas is lowering carbon emissions

“Sierra Club hates this: US Carbon Emissions Headed Towards 1973 Level Thanks to #Shale #Naturalgas and #fracking - ”

Natural Gas Critical to Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions? | The Energy Collective

Natural Gas Critical to Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions? | The Energy Collective

Apparently so, yes.: Is Natural Gas Critical to Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions? | The Energy Collective

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