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Economy / Environment / Emissions Standards #1048154

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 29, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Secaucus, New Jersey: Stephanie Gosk) The EPA’s clean air proposal for new emissions standards for cars that could raise the price of gas examined; details given about the health benefits and the expense for refineries for reducing sulfur levels; average gas price now and a year ago compared. [Several DRIVERS - comment.] [EPA acting administrator Bob PERCIASEPE†- says paying a penny for the health benefits is a pretty good deal.] [American Petroleum Institute Rayola DOUGHER†- says it’s billions of dollars we’re talking about.] [Energy industry analyst John KILDUFF†- says refineries will break down more often.] The drop in smog levels in California, which has stricter standards, noted.

Williams, Brian;
Gosk, Stephanie

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