American Petroleum Institute concerned about EPA refinery rules

Michael Tremoglie Feb. 20, 2012, 7:00am

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) -- An American Petroleum Institute official has expressed concern about new rules for refineries the Environmental Protection Agency is implementing.

Howard Feldman, API's director of regulatory and scientific affairs, said during a Feb. 10 press conference that during the past 20 years, American oil companies have invested roughly $125 billion to make refineries "safer, cleaner and more efficient in ways that have resulted in significant air quality improvements, all while competing with foreign refineries."

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