The field had been discovered in the early 1880s. The problem was that the oil was «sour» — that is, it had a very high sulfur content so it smelled like rotten eggs. Retrieved 2010-04-05. ^ Houser, Trevor; Rob Bradley; Britt Childs Staley; Jake Werksman; Robert Heilmayr (2008). Leveling The Carbon Playing Field: International Competition and U.S. Climate Policy Design. Introduction: scope of the assessment. (PDF). Climate Change 1995: Economic and Social Dimensions of Climate Change. The trustees were cordial, he said, but they held out little hope. “We had a bunch of them come and shake our hands,” he said. “I said, ‘We need some guidance.’ They told us the city could apply to get back into Calpers next spring.
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January 27, 2009. Retrieved May 8, 2010. ^ Wayne, Leslie (March 28, 2009). «Bank of America Accused in Ponzi Lawsuit». The New York Times. Discussion of this nomination can be found on the talk page. (April 2010) Another troublesome aspect of cap-and-trade is enforcement. Without effective MRV and enforcement, the value of allowances diminishes. Retrieved 2016-11-01. ^ «SEC freezes assets of TelexFree and eight people affiliated with the company’s alleged fraud — The Boston Globe». . Consequently, he approached the strongest first and bought them out. They are, however, ambivalent on cap-and-trade. More than three-quarters of respondents, 77.0%, reported they “strongly support” (51.0%) or “somewhat support” (26.0%) the EPA’s decision to regulate carbon emissions.