NAM Policy Panel on Top Regulatory/Legislative Issues

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Slides from Ross Eisenberg's presentation.

Dorothy Coleman, Vice President of Tax and Domestic Economic Policy, NAM
Joe Trauger, Vice President of Human Resources Policy, NAM
Ross Eisenberg, Vice President of Energy and Resources Policy, NAM
Moderated by Heidi Brock, President, Aluminum Association

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NAM Policy Panel on Top Regulatory/Legislative Issues

  1. 1. Dorothy Coleman, Vice President of Tax and Domestic Economic Policy, NAM Joe Trauger, Vice President of Human Resources Policy, NAM Ross Eisenberg, Vice President of Energy and Resources Policy, NAM Moderated by Heidi Brock, President, Aluminum Association
  2. 2. National Association of Manufacturers CMA/COSMA Summer Conference July 30, 2013 Ross Eisenberg Vice President, Energy & Resources Policy (202) 637-3173 | reisenberg@nam.org
  3. 3. Source: Environmental Protection Agency (ghgdata.epa.gov) Includes onshore oil and gas production; natural gas processing, transmission, compression and local distribution; other oil and gas systems. Includes production/manufacture of adipic acid, ammonia, HCFCs, hydrogen, nitric acid, petrochemicals, soda ash, phosphoric acid, titanium dioxide, and other chemicals. Includes food processing, ethanol production, underground coal mines, electronics manufacturing. Includes municipal landfills, industrial landfills, wastewater treatment, and solid waste combustion. Includes production/manufacture of aluminum, iron and steel, magnesium and other metals. Includes production/manufacture of cement, glass, lime and other minerals. (2011 reporting period)
  4. 4. 0.075 parts per million (ppm) Source: Environmental Protection Agency
  5. 5. 0.060 parts per million (ppm) Map courtesy of the American Petroleum Institute

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