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EPA: GHG emissions from refineries increase 1.6% in 2013The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its fourth year of GHG data, with over 8,000 large facilities reporting 2013 emissions..

EPA: GHG emissions from refineries increase 1.6% in 2013 The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its fourth year of GHG data, with over 8,000 large facilities reporting 2013 emissions. The report data is broken down by industrial sector, geographical region and individual facilities. According to the EPA, reported emissions from large industrial facilities were 20 metric MMt higher (or 0.6%) than in the previous year, mainly driven by the coal and power plant industries. Power plants (1,550 facilities) emitted more than 2 B metric tons of GHG, an increase of more than 13 MMt compared to 2012. Petroleum and natural gas systems reported 224 metric MMt of GHG emissions, a dec

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