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AGA Testimony on EPA Proposed Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule for Natural Gas Facilities – Subpart W (April 19, 2010)
AGA Comments on EPA Framework for Categorizing the Relative Vulnerability of Threatened and Endangered Species to Climate Change (March 25, 2010)
AGA Comments Challenge Site-Based DOE Residential Water Heater Energy Efficiency Standards (Feb. 9, 2010)
AGA Comments on EPA Finding of Endangerment – Climate Change Proposal (June 23, 2009)
AGA Comments on EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule (June 9, 2009)
EPA Response to AGA on Climate PSD Tailoring Rule (Feb. 12, 2010)
AGA Letter to EPA Administrator Jackson on PSD Tailoring Rule – Role of Natural Gas in Climate Policy (Jan. 22, 2010)
AGA Comments on EPA Greenhouse Gas PSD Tailoring Proposed Rule (Dec. 27, 2009)
AGA Comments Urging DOE to provide ARPA-E funding (Sept. 25, 2009)
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 AGA Comments on EPA Framework for Categorizing the Relative Vulnerability of Threatened and Endangered Species to Climate Change (March 25, 2010) 

On March 25, 2010 AGA submitted comments on EPA’s Framework for Categorizing the Relative Vulnerability of Threatened and Endangered Species to Climate Change.  This analysis is intended to compare the vulnerabilities of  threatened and endangered species to climate change, but the Framework does not state how the analysis is intended to be used.  AGA's comments request more information regarding how this analysis is planned to be used and how this use is expected to impact the natural gas industry.  AGA expressed concern that the Framework will cause redundancy and increased bureaucratic burden.

These comments are posted under Environmental Comments and can be accessed by clicking here.

 
 

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