(Adds details from proposal) By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The European Commission will propose stricter environmental standards on fuel and require oil companies to reduce emissions from oil refining and transport as part of EU efforts to fight climate change, a proposal shows. A draft proposal, obtained by Reuters ahead of its planned release on Wednesday, says oil companies will be required to monitor greenhouse gas emissions that result from harvesting, refining and ...
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