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Articles: Pollution (41)
•Wells That Fizzle Are a ‘Potential Show Stopper’ for the Shale Boom •The View from Europe: America’s Shale Boom Looks More Like a Blip •BP carves off US shale gas operations into separate unit •Shale, the Last Oil and Gas Train: Interview with Arthur Berman …
Diana Daunheimer's lawsuit follows years of policing industry in her own backyard.
In 2013, 69 percent of Bakken oil traveled by rail; that percentage is expected to reach 90 percent this year.
The West Virginia chemical spill underscores why we need to do more to safeguard our water supply.
The Alberta Energy Regulator is 100 per cent funded by industry.
•Fracking is depleting water supplies in America's driest areas, report shows •Why Shale Oil Boosters Are Charlatans In Disguise •Risks of Fracking Boom Draw Renewed Attention from Investors •Canadian awaits verdict on fracking nightmareF•ocus on well efficiency keeps …
It’s a cruel irony for the 300,000 West Virginians forced to turn off their taps for five to ten days... will count as a plus according to...GDP.
True stories from Walter Brasch, author of "Fracking Pennsylvania", plus Helen Rimmer from FOE UK and Sandra Steingraber.
De Wereld Morgen asks Richard Heinberg about the prospects for fracking in Europe.