Michigan has more underground natural gas storage capacity—1.1 trillion cubic feet—than any other state in the nation.
Imported coal—much of it brought in by rail from Wyoming and Montana—provides around half of Michigan's net electricity generation.
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Gasoline Tax total state + federal, 2014
Requires the state's electricity providers to obtain at least 10% of the electricity they sell from renewable energy resources by 2015.
Requires the use of reformulated gasoline in all eight Detroit area counties during the summer ozone season to reduce emissions.
Requires permits and compliance bonds for drilling oil and gas wells. Permit fees are $300. Compliance bonds start at $10,000 and increase for deeper wells.
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