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Would you live here? These U.S. cities have particularly wild, extreme weather. – Washington Post

Would you live here? These U.S. cities have particularly wild, extreme weather.  Washington Post

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Joe Biden’s Energy Policy Would Destroy the American Energy Renaissance

Banning fracking on federal land would take hundreds of millions … Part of that is recognizing a common threat — Iran — but much of it is the realization throughout the Gulf that North American …

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Harris defends Biden’s climate plan, says his administration would not ban fracking

Kamala Harris pushed back against Mike Pence’s assertion that the Biden administration would implement the Green New Deal.

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Fracking Would Revive Texas’ Energy-Patch Glory

The basin is just one of several areas in Texas and the western Gulf region where fracking may come to rule the local economy. Eagle Ford in East Texasis already one of the hottest North American …

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Britain would be ‘mad’ to ban fracking

it is hard to see how transporting 75% of our requirements from the Gulf is more environmentally friendly. The idea that banning fracking will “push us towards greener fuels” is naive, agrees The …

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NY Should Reject Bill That Would Permanently Ban Fracking

This past calendar year alone saw many proposed bills seeking to restrict fracking-related activities in the state, including: S.B. S437, proposing a ban on the acceptance of high-volume hydraulic …

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Potential US fracking ban would have little immediate impact on nationwide oil and gas production

In other words, a potential fracking ban would likely have little immediate impact on nationwide oil and … There are 10 states in the US (excluding Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico) with more than …

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Potential drilling curbs would hit Permian E&Ps the hardest

Larger companies Shell, BP and Chevron are most exposed to federal lands in offshore Gulf of Mexico. Offshore volume accounts for about 16% of U.S. oil output, with natural gas at 3%. A potential ban …

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US business group: Fracking ban would have dire consequences

That means New Mexico now stands out as a state where the real-world effects of a fracking ban would hit hard, he said … companies are trying to lock in decades of demand by building infrastructure …

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Proposed New Rule Would Amp Up EPA War On Science

pollution coal slurry pndThe EPA proposed to ignore any health studies that do not include the private data of the people studied. The rule will be retroactive.

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