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Robert A. Wyman, Jr. Latham & Watkins LLP

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EPA proposes unprecedented greenhouse gas emission reduction program *

USA - June 6 2014
On June 2, 2014, EPA released its long-anticipated proposal to regulate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from existing power plants under Section 111(d)…

Co-authors: Michael J. Gergen, Christopher H. Norton, Claudia M. O’Brien, Julia A. Hatcher, Jean-Philippe Brisson.


West coast states and Canadian province sign clean energy Action Plan *

Canada, USA - October 31 2013
The Action Plan, though surprisingly expansive, is largely a political statement. Given California's strong clean energy record, the key uncertainty…

Co-authors: Robert J. Denicola, Michael H. Dreibelbis, Jean-Philippe Brisson.


EPA proposes new greenhouse gas performance standards for new power plants *

USA - September 27 2013
New proposal addresses certain criticisms of initial proposed rule, but retains partial carbon capture and sequestration requirement for coal-fired…

Co-authors: Claudia M. O’Brien, Karl A. Karg, Joshua T. Bledsoe, Andrea M. Hogan, Matthew D. Thurlow.


Fifth Circuit shuts down climate tort plaintiffs again *

USA - May 20 2013
Climate tort plaintiffs cannot catch a break in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In a May 14, 2013, decision, the Fifth Circuit found—once…

Co-authors: Michael G. Romey, Aron Potash.


EPA proposes greenhouse gas performance standards for new fossil fuel-fired power plants *

USA - April 5 2012
On March 27, 2012, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a prepublication version of a proposed rule to establish, for the first time, a new source performance standard (NSPS) for greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) from fossil fuel-fired electric generating units (EGUs).

Co-authors: Daniel C. Scripps, Joshua T. Bledsoe.


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