The American Petroleum Institute criticized the Environmental Protection Agency's proposals to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions under the Clean Air Act, saying they could cost jobs and affect expansion projects while failing to address global warming concerns. "The proposed rules shine a spotlight on how unworkable the Clean Air Act is to regulate greenhouse gases," said Howard Feldman, API's director of regulatory and scientific affairs. "These proposals, like EPA's tailoring rule, are an effort to rewrite the Clean Air Act through new regulation."

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