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Competition, not regulation, leads to lowest carbon emissions since 1990s

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Energy-related carbon emissions dropped to their lowest level since 1994 in 2012 because of natural gas, the Energy Information Administration said today. Lower natural gas prices meant more natural gas production and less coal generation, a shift from the most carbon-intensive fossil fuel to the least, the EIA said. At the same time competition in the private sector is lowering...

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