20 Feb '12, 1am

ExxonMobil plant fined 3.3 mln euros over unreported emissions

ExxonMobil plant fined 3.3 mln euros over unreported emissions 20 Feb 2012 02:19 Scotland’s Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) fined an ExxonMobil chemical plant 3.3 million euros in 2010-2011 for not reporting some of its greenhouse gas emissions in 2008, the agency said last week. Do you want to read more? Subscribe today! This is part of Carbon Market News Service* and only available to subscribers. Carbon Market News Service is available for 1395 EUR (€) for 12 months. Do you want to try out the service first? Take a FREE 14 day trial of Carbon Market News Service (only available once) Subscribe Free trial * Carbon Market News Service provides a comprehensive market intelligence tool that allows subscribers to keep up-to-date with the latest developments and prices in the world's carbon markets and includes: Carbon Market News Online Carbon Market Daily Carbon Market...

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