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    Gas News - September 23

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    A 1,300-mile CO2 pipeline could run through Sangamon County. Here's why it faces a fight
    Construction of a 1,300-mile pipeline spanning five states could begin as early as the second quarter of 2024, but proponents and opponents are making their voices heard prior to shovels hitting the ground. Navigator C02 is leading the $3 billion
    Patrick Keck, State Journal-Register


    After 90 years, German bakery to close as energy costs soar
    COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — For 90 years, Engelbert Schlechtrimen's family has been baking wheat rolls, rye bread and chocolate cakes in this western German city. Next month, they will turn off the ovens for good, because they can no longer
    By DANIEL NIEMANN, Associated Press
    Oil companies fear that electric cars will encourage coal use
    The European Commission is preparing a new package of measures to advance in the decarbonization of heavy transport, which it expects to present this November with the intention of raising the emission reduction targets, while advancing in the trilogues for
    CE Noticias Financieras

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