July 2003

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HPIn Europe: Refiners more than face up to emission responsibilities

It is well acknowledged, certainly in the developed world and probably among many emerging nations, that the need for industry to heed its responsibilities with regard to greenhouse emi..

Pitt, R., European Refining & Marketing

It is well acknowledged, certainly in the developed world and probably among many emerging nations, that the need for industry to heed its responsibilities with regard to greenhouse emissions is one of the major problems. This point was made quite forcibly by Sir Philip Watts, chairman of the committee of managing directors of Royal Dutch/Shell Group, at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and Keidanren seminar in Tokyo, Japan. "Energy policy has been rising up the political agenda across the world since the launch of the Kyoto Agreement here in Japan," he observed. "Yet the need for action is clear, the de

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