Tag: Energy

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With gasoline prices rising and Memorial Day just around the corner, the Federal Trade Commission is offering some tips for travelers who want to cut the cost of driving. “Driving your car doesn’t have to drive you into the poor house,” said Jodie Bernstein, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of...
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed to repeal its 1964 Used Oil Rule as unnecessarily duplicative. The agency said the rule has been pre-empted in large part by the FTC’s Recycled Oil Rule, which the Commission promulgated in October 1995 as required by the Energy Policy Conservation Act (...
Amoco Oil Company has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that its "Crystal Clear Amoco Ultimate" advertising campaign included unsubstantiated claims that Amoco premium gasoline, because it is refined more than competitors' brands and is clear in color, delivers superior engine...
The Federal Trade Commission has given final approval to a consent agreement with Phillips Petroleum Company and Enron Corp., settling charges that Phillips' proposed acquisition of certain natural gas pipeline gathering systems owned by Enron subsidiaries would eliminate competition for natural...
The Federal Trade Commission has determined that an octane label proposed by Gilbarco, Inc. that is smaller than required under an FTC rule still would clearly and conspicuously disclose to consumers the octane level of the gas dispensed by the pump. The FTC therefore notified Gilbarco that it...
The Federal Trade Commission has issued a final rule to establish labeling requirements for non-liquid alternative fuels -- such as compressed natural gas, hydrogen, and electricity -- and alternative-fueled vehicles (AFVs) that will disclose cost and benefit information enabling consumers to...

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