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  1. API: Industry environment outlays top EPA's

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    Mon, 2 Jun 1997

  2. EPA draft assessment finds no widespread harm to drinking water from fracturing

    The US Environmental Protection Agency released a draft assessment June 4 of a study in which it concluded hydraulic fracturing activities have not led to widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water resources, although the agency said potential water vulnerabilities exist.

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    Mon, 15 Jun 2015

  3. EPA draft assessment finds no widespread harm to drinking water from fracturing

    The US Environmental Protection Agency released a draft assessment June 4 of a study in which it concluded hydraulic fracturing activities have not led to widespread, systemic impacts on drinking water resources, although the agency said potential water vulnerabilities exist.

    Online Articles

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    Thu, 4 Jun 2015

  4. Denationalizing EPA

    Concerning the editorial in the Sept. 8, 2014: Few questioned the importance of clean air and clean water when the Environmental Protection Agency was established.

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    Mon, 6 Oct 2014

  5. EPA inquiry finds 2010 action in Texas followed procedures

    The US Environmental Protection Agency ’s Region 6 office followed established procedures when it issued an emergency order to a Range Resources Inc. division in Texas in 2010 that it withdrew 2 years later, the agency’s inspector general’s office concluded.

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    Mon, 30 Dec 2013

  6. EPA to seek public comment on disclosing frac fluid ingredients

    The US Environmental Protection Agency announced it will seek public comment on what information could be reported and disclosed for hydraulic fracturing chemicals and mixtures and the approaches for obtaining this information.

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    Mon, 19 May 2014

  7. EPA inquiry finds 2010 action in Texas followed procedures

    The US Environmental Protection Agency's Region 6 office followed established procedures when it issued an emergency order to a Range Resources Inc. division in Texas in 2010 that it withdrew 2 years later, the agency's inspector general's office concluded.

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    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 20 Jan 2014

  8. EPA lifts post-Macondo contract suspension in agreement with BP

    The US Environmental Protection Agency and BP PLC reached an agreement that will effectively end the bar on new federal contracts imposed on the multinational oil company in the wake of the 2010 Macondo deepwater well incident and crude oil spill.

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    Mon, 24 Mar 2014

  9. EPA lifts post-Macondo contract suspension in agreement with BP

    The US Environmental Protection Agency and BP PLC reached an agreement that will effectively end the bar on new federal contracts imposed on the multinational oil company in the wake of the 2010 Macondo deepwater well incident and crude oil spill.

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    Fri, 14 Mar 2014

  10. Questions about EPA

    Although the suggestion will strike some observers as sacrilege, the US should begin asking whether the Environmental Protection Agency has outlived its usefulness.

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    Fri, 5 Sep 2014

  11. EPA will seek comments on disclosing frac fluid ingredients

    The US Environmental Protection Agency announced it will seek public comment on what information could be reported and disclosed for hydraulic fracturing chemicals and mixtures and the approaches for obtaining this information.

    Online Articles

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    Fri, 9 May 2014

  12. EPA issues revised guidance for fracing with diesel

    The US Environmental Protection Agency released revised underground injection control (UIC) program permitting guidance for wells which use diesel fuel during hydraulic fracturing activities. The regulation is expected to have minimal impact since the great majority of domestic oil and gas ...

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    Wed, 12 Feb 2014

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