Chevron’s Richmond refinery, shown in 2010, is among the industrial facilities that will face higher prices for cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emission allowances under legislation now being written in the Capitol, and presumably will pass on those costs to consumers as higher fuel prices.
Chevron’s Richmond refinery, shown in 2010, is among the industrial facilities that will face higher prices for cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emission allowances under legislation now being written in the Capitol, and presumably will pass on those costs to consumers as higher fuel prices. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file
Chevron’s Richmond refinery, shown in 2010, is among the industrial facilities that will face higher prices for cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emission allowances under legislation now being written in the Capitol, and presumably will pass on those costs to consumers as higher fuel prices. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file

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