Obama administration pushes steps to cut methane leaks from – Houston Chronicle


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Obama administration pushes steps to cut methane leaks from
Houston Chronicle
The EPA is already requiring companies to use so-called green completion equipment to capture methane and other pollution from natural gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing operations nationwide. But those mandates did not extend to gathering centers, …
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Today in Science: GLV Daily Digest for July 29, 2014 – Guardian Liberty Voice


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Today in Science: GLV Daily Digest for July 29, 2014
Guardian Liberty Voice
Carbon dioxide absorbed by seawater causes the production of carbonic acid. This causes problems for organisms that grow shells, such as crustaceans and mollusks, and has also been linked to reproductive problems in certain fish. The problem of ocean …

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Energy Department takes steps to plug methane leaks – FuelFix (blog)


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Energy Department takes steps to plug methane leaks
FuelFix (blog)
The EPA is already requiring companies to use so-called “green completion” equipment to capture methane and other pollution from natural gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing operations nationwide. But those mandates — which were chiefly aimed at …
GAS-EMISSIONS-HNSColumbus CEO
Natural Gas Is Not Going to Save the WorldMother Jones
Wishful Thinking About Natural GasBillMoyers.com

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Claims deadline looms as Freedom tanks razed – Charleston Gazette


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Claims deadline looms as Freedom tanks razed
Charleston Gazette
Meanwhile, residents and businesses who want to be compensated for damages from the January chemical spill have until Friday to file claims with the bankruptcy court. Information about how to file claims is available online at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Tweets from the Scene: The Final Moments of Freedom Industries' Tank 396West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Company that spilled chemicals into West Virginia's largest water supply pays Greenfield Daily Reporter

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As Freedom tanks come down, bankruptcy claims deadline looms – Charleston Gazette


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As Freedom tanks come down, bankruptcy claims deadline looms
Charleston Gazette
Meanwhile, residents and businesses who want to be compensated for damages from the January chemical spill have until Friday to file claims with the bankruptcy court. Information about how to file claims is available online at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Company that spilled chemicals into West Virginia's largest water supply pays Greenfield Daily Reporter

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Five workers hospitalized after chemical leak – Forsyth County News Online

Five workers hospitalized after chemical leak
Forsyth County News Online
SOUTH FORSYTH — Five workers were hospitalized Tuesday after they were exposed to sodium hydroxide at the Forsyth County Water Reclamation Facility on Carolene Way, authorities said. According to Forsyth County Fire Division Chief Jason Shivers, …

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The Record for Monday, July 28, 2014 – Steamboat Pilot & Today

The Record for Monday, July 28, 2014
Steamboat Pilot & Today
8:03 a.m. Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters were called to help with a gas leak in the 500 block of Oak Street. 8:39 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a bike found in the 200 block of Lincoln Avenue. 9:54 a.m. Steamboat firefighters

5 burned in Forsyth County chemical spill – Atlanta Journal Constitution

5 burned in Forsyth County chemical spill
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Five people sustained minor injuries Tuesday afternoon in a chemical spill at a Forsyth County water plant. The five, whose names were not released, were contract workers at the Forsyth County Fowler Water Reclamation Facility on Carolene Way in …
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Oil spill clean up underway in Oakville’s Wedgewood Creek – Northumberland News

Oil spill clean up underway in Oakville's Wedgewood Creek
Northumberland News
Representatives from CN confirmed Tuesday they are working with the Town of Oakville and Ontario Ministry of the Environment to clean up a fuel spill, which entered the Morrision/Wedgewood Creek water system from the CN rail yard on South Service Road …

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Home News Oil spill clean up underway in Oakville’s… – durhamregion.com

Home News Oil spill clean up underway in Oakville's…
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Representatives from CN confirmed Tuesday they are working with the Town of Oakville and Ontario Ministry of the Environment to clean up a fuel spill, which entered the Morrision/Wedgewood Creek water system from the CN rail yard on South Service Road …

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