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Pennsylvia tightens air quality regulations at hydraulic fracturing operations

examiner.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

Aug 10, 2013

Pennsylvia tightens air quality regulations at hydraulic fracturing operations

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced on Thursday that operators of unconventional gas wells will no longer be unconditionally exempt from seeking an air quality plan approval for well sites. Instead, guidance issued by... full story

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Oil companies planning acid fracturing of California's Monterey Shale

Oil companies planning acid fracturing of California's Monterey Shale

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Top of Utahns test water quality for state

standard.net (11 months and 13 days ago)

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Washington apples are about quality, not quantity this season

tri-cityherald.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

How to choose a high-quality preschool

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Poll: Do you approve of Jersey City's quality of life sweeps?

Poll: Do you approve of Jersey City's quality of life sweeps?

nj.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

Judge approves SAC, prosecutors' deal to continue operations

yahoo.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

AHA moves money within budget to fund operations

thetelegraph.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

US fugitive Edward Snowden has provoked Russia crisis says Barack Obama as he announces proposals to reform...

US fugitive Edward Snowden has provoked Russia crisis says Barack Obama as he announces proposals to reform controversial surveillance operations

independent.co.uk (11 months and 12 days ago)

Air Force: Electrical wire caused F-22 crash

miamiherald.com (11 months and 13 days ago)

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