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  • ... of feet below the rolling coastal plain, in the gas-and- oil deposits locked in the Eagle Ford Shale formation ; this seam runs ... That's what's worrying Hugh, and led him to push back politically. "I have tried to marshal support for limiting the ...
  • ... oil extraction site, where unfortunately, pretty green walls have not stopped poisonous fumes from wafting over into nearby ... wells at the Adams site. BAM, watch out, Freeport. Never back a mother into a corner. "When you look at the map in Los Angeles ...
  • ... long-overdue regulatory control of fracking in the Golden State. At issue is whether the legislature will pass SB 4. It ... Angeles, wells in the Inglewood field are being brought back into production through this technology, but at what cost to ...
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    ... looking at the paintings and trying to do exactly what I was intending them not to do which is trying to ... social ladder and Spaniards at the top. You can try to mix yourself up the ladder, was the impossible message to those on the ...
  • ... , glowing in the midday sun; it then hurtled down the dark green valley, following the silvery flow west toward the Rio Chama. That ... encompasses the largest site of Chacoan ruins, which date back at least a millennium and contain a remarkable set of masonry structures ...
  • ... of local groundwater supplies traceable to Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation's drilling in the area. This is not a unique ... legislators to control hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State would have little effect. While it is true that the Bureau ...
  • ... to help extract pockets of trapped natural gas or oil . The Academy Award nominated film Gasland delved into the dangers of ... With water injection you put some of that groundwater back in. Fracking implies that you use something other than water ." ...
  • ... land. On September 9-10, 1921, San Antonio went under water . So did Austin, San Marcos, and New Braunfels, along with the smaller ... & Great Northern trestle. By midnight between forty and fifty houses that a few minutes before vomited men, women and ...
  • ... fracking " could potentially open up vast new supplies of oil and gas, but some believe it could also be causing earthquakes. ... A common way to do that is to re-inject it back into the earth. And that's what can trigger an earthquake. Dr. ...
  • Wastewater from oil and gas drilling is being used to irrigate some California crops. ... deep holes into the ground and injecting a high-pressure water mixture into the rock, allowing gas from the shale to flow up to ... Agriculture and Natural Resources program. "It's injected back into the oil bearing strata far below where agricultural groundwater ...

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