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Halliburton doesn’t want inquiries into its fracking chemicals

The United States Department of Energy is openly welcoming decisions by oil and gas conglomerate Baker Hughes to reveal all chemicals used during the hydraulic fracking process. The U. S. DoE says that knowing what chemicals and how much of...
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Fracking leak worries Washington County residents

What officials have call significant leaking of drill waste-water is occurring at the John Day Range Resources impoundment in Amwell Township, Washington County, just south of the town of Washington. And recently, a Department of Environmental Protection spokesperson for Pennsylvania...
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FirstEnergy dumping waste in Beaver County

Residents have had it with a coal waste dump that has damaged their properties and will continue to do so over the next few centuries. Fifteen landowners from Beaver County filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday alleging that the subsidiary,...
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Chesapeake Energy paying out millions to landowners

The nation's second leading producer of natural gas, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, has decided to settle a Pennsylvania leaseholders' complaint and pay out $7.5 million to PA residents who claimed they were shorted, sometimes as much as 95%, on their royalty...
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