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Have anyone considered the impact of EPA regulations to reduce greehouse
gases and coal shipment volume via BNI ? The coal and power plant
industries are rattled according to the Energy Daily.

http://www.theenergydaily.com/open/fuelswitching/
Prospect Of EPA Fuel-Switching Mandate Rattles Coal-Heavy Utilities
BY CHRIS HOLLY

Utility officials are increasingly concerned that a pending major Environmental Protection Agency regulation to reduce greenhouse gas emission limits from power plants and other large stationary sources may declare that the most cost-effective means for cutting emissions at new and modified coal-fired power plants will be switching from coal to natural gas—a requirement that would have major impacts on coal-producing states and coal-dependent utilities across the country.
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