(Adds comment from industry group, environmentalists) By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The European Commission has proposed forcing oil firms to cut greenhouse gas emissions from drilling, refining, transporting and burning fuel in new rules aimed at fighting global warming. The plan, which seeks to cut emissions from oil's "life cycle" from the ground to a car's exhaust by 10 percent from 2011-2020, drew criticism from a European refining industry body, which said some of ...
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