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The Effect of Emissions Regulations on the Domestic Energy Market | Ankur Jajoo, Frost & Sullivan

In this issue of EL Analysts, Ankur Jajoo of Frost & Sullivan looks at emissions regulations and how regulations will affect oil and gas, industrial manufacturing, power plants and utilities. “Having the EPA focusing on getting approval for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions that are being produced is a big issue. If drilling companies or utilities are going to have to implement technologies to counteract emissions and meet requirements, they’re going to have to invest in technology, which means energy prices will go up,” says Jajoo. In this Q&A, he answers questions about how climate change legislation will affect the domestic energy market.

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