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States Seek 'Reciprocity' To Streamline Approvals Of Oil & Gas Controls

September 11, 2017
JACKSON HOLE, WY -- State environmental regulators are seeking to create a process for streamlining approvals of new oil and gas emissions control technologies for use in complying with EPA and state rules, hoping broad regulatory acceptance will spur innovation and adoption of new technologies for measuring or limiting emissions in natural gas fields. During the Environmental Council of the States' (ECOS) Fall Meeting Sept. 11 in Jackson Hole, WY, members of the group's shale gas caucus, as well as...

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