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Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Pipeline Approved, Carbon Trading, Fracking Fine

A Canadian environmental and economic review panel approved plans for a pipeline and port project that, if built, will move oil from Alberta’s oil sands to tankers on the Pacific Coast. The $7.4 billion Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline is Canada’s backup plan if the Keystone XL pipeline through the United States to the gulf Coast … Read more »

Chesapeake Energy

Chesapeake Energy Axes Natural Gas Vehicles Team

Chesapeake Energy has let go of its natural gas vehicles team as part of its corporate reorganization, reports The Oklahoman. The seven-member team was in charge of growing the market for the company’s natural gas efforts and the company was a leading voice in pushing for more natural gas vehicles … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Refrigerator Standards, Fracking Settlement, Lockheed Cleanup

The Department of Energy yesterday issued proposed energy efficiency standards for commercial refrigeration equipment and for walk-in coolers and freezers. The rules could cut energy bills by up to $28 billion and cut CO2 emissions by over 350 million metric tons over 30 years, the White House said. Hydraulic fracturing fluids … Read more »

GE, Peake Fuel Solutions Launch ‘CNG in a Box’

GE and Peake Fuel Solutions, an affiliate of Chesapeake Energy Corporation, have launched the CNG In A Box system, a compressed natural gas refueling product for retailers that comes in an 8 foot x 20 foot container. The CNG In A Box system is a plug-and-play, on-site fueling product that … Read more »

Apple, Colgate Among Companies Agreeing to 44 Shareholder Resolutions

Apple, Intel, Colgate, Smucker’s, Crocs, and Garmin are among the companies whose investors successfully used shareholder resolutions to spur corporate action on climate change, hydraulic fracturing, supply chain and water availability risks, among other sustainability issues, during the 2012 proxy voting season. Advocacy group Ceres says of the some 110 … Read more »