gas emission

gas emission

[′gas i‚mish·ən]
(mining engineering)
The release of gas from the strata into the mine workings.
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The purpose of the amendments is to postpone the introduction of a mechanism of punitive sanctions on exceeding the greenhouse gas emission quota and minimize losses of natural resource users when entering the greenhouse gases regulation system.
The carbon capture and storage (CCS) technique "should be recognized and supported by the UN climate change convention as a new technology for greenhouse gas emission reduction and should therefore benefit from the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)," the minister said in message to the participants in the second International Symposium on CCS.
These arguments may be true, but the net benefits of a greenhouse gas emission control strategy do not mean that there are not real short-term costs to controlling emissions.
The proposal, starting with forestry in 2008 and adding the agriculture and waste sectors at the last stage in 2013, will "substantially" and "cost effectively" reduce the nation's greenhouse gas emission levels, said Climate Change Issues Minister David Parker.
Abstract: The main goal of this scientific debate is an estimate of greenhouse gas emission in Republic of Croatia until the year 2012.
But now, obtaining greenhouse gas emission permits for a new coal-fired plant in Europe can cost more than the coal itself.
A central reference to the collected studies should help provide regulators the opportunity to see all the science available on the hydrogen sulfide gas emission situation at landfills.
It provides practitioners with performance and reporting guidance for examinations of information about greenhouse gas emissions for a compliance period or about a greenhouse gas emission reduction.
The result is that gas emission reductions are relatively large, making the country attractive for such agreements".
However, he admitted that the alternative would not result in overall gas emission cuts as required by the Kyoto pact, but only alleviate growth of greenhouse gas emissions compared with a business-as-usual scenario.
While the state governments have failed in this area, it remains the case that no federal laws or concerted strategy exists that will enable Australia to meet its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
CCX is North America's only, and the world's first, legally binding multi-sectoral, rule-based and integrated greenhouse gas emission registry, reduction and trading system.