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Some states see proven oil reserves increase rapidly

States that were once thought to possess little in the way of oil resources now lead the nation in crude production.
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Toledo lifts two-day water ban after toxin clears

A toxin caused by algae blooms forced Toledo to ban all water use for two days.
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Colorado seeks sustainability as it breaks oil production records

Colorado energy companies produced 64.1 million barrels of oil in 2013, which is 30 percent higher than what was recorded in 2013.
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MIT researchers develop robot that can check for pipeline leaks

Researchers at MIT have developed a robotic system that can check for pipeline leaks automatically.
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Toxicologists explore cause of Indiana bird deaths

The site of one of America's worst chemical disasters may still be having a negative effect on local wildlife, according to new reports.
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Texas comes close to record oil and gas production levels

Oil and gas production in Texas reached record levels this year, close to surpassing records that were set in 1972.
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Pennsylvania to invest in key water infrastructure

Water infrastructure is a crucial investment opportunity that can benefit the residents of municipalities for generations to come.
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Feds Approve Oil Exporation off East Coast

The Obama administration has sided with energy developers over environmentalists, approving the use of underwater…

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Environmental regulators may shut down nuclear plant during summer

Citing efforts to protect fish, New York environmental regulators may shut down a nuclear power plant during the summer months.
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EPA, Army, tussle over artillery propellant

Military supplies—especially those that rely on chemicals—can have a significant impact on the environment if stored improperly, and in large amounts.
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Site of former Wyoming refinery redevelopment will proceed

The site of a former oil refinery in Casper, Wyoming will soon be the home of a $40 million conference center and hotel project, now that a lengthy planning process is coming to a close.
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Pipeline planned to serve Bakken Formation

Plans are being put in place for a 1,100 mile pipeline that would transport oil from North Dakota to Pakota, Illinois.
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Oil and gas production shows no sign of slowing down

There are six regions in the country that account for 95 percent of U.S. oil and natural gas production growth, and all of them are expected to to see additional increases in July and August.
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Drillers asked to abide by ‘good neighbor’ standards

The American Petroleum Institute has released "good neighbor" standards for drillers.
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Mergers up significantly in Texas

Texas merger activity is at a 10-year high.
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