The BP Cherry Point Refinery, shown on Sept. 19, 2013, and Phillips 66 Ferndale would be among the first wave of facilities required to cut carbon emissions 5 percent every three years, under a state Department of Ecology proposal.
The BP Cherry Point Refinery, shown on Sept. 19, 2013, and Phillips 66 Ferndale would be among the first wave of facilities required to cut carbon emissions 5 percent every three years, under a state Department of Ecology proposal. Staff THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
The BP Cherry Point Refinery, shown on Sept. 19, 2013, and Phillips 66 Ferndale would be among the first wave of facilities required to cut carbon emissions 5 percent every three years, under a state Department of Ecology proposal. Staff THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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