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No Appeal Planned After Oil, Gas Rules Kept Off Ballot

DENVER (AP) – Supporters of tougher restrictions on the oil and gas industry in Colorado said Wednesday they won’t appeal a ruling by the state’s top elections official that kept two proposed constitutional amendments off the November ballot. 301 more words

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OPEC will cut production this week–if key members stop seeking exemptions

Entering their third year of suffering, the world’s oil producers eagerly desire higher prices–above $60 a barrel if they can get it. In that hope, OPEC ministers are meeting in Algiers starting today to try to recapture their former selves by capping production. 331 more words

Texas oil and gas firm backs down from explorations in South Africa

Pushing away the threat

Durban – The Texas-based oil exploration company Rhino Resources has cut back on the scale of its proposed oil and gas exploration bid in KwaZulu-Natal after a major public backlash. 330 more words

Fracking

From OSU: "New genus of bacteria found living inside hydraulic fracturing wells"

Ohio State University

September 05, 2016
Pam Frost Gorder


Ohio State University researchers and their colleagues have identified a new genus of bacteria living inside hydraulic fracturing wells. 1,154 more words

Applied Research & Technology

CO. anti-fracking group may have forged signatures

Colorado officials have decided not to allow a referendum to appear on their state’s ballot in November citing potential signature fraud. According to The Daily Caller, on Monday Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced that… 243 more words

Environmentalism

Hydraulic Fracturing Sales 2016 Analysis and Forecasts to 2021 Market Research Report

MarketStudyReport.com adds “Global Hydraulic Fracturing Sales Market Report 2021” new report to its research database. The report spread across 104 pages with table and figures in it. 513 more words

Manufacturing

Feds, Law Professors Say Judge Wrong To Block Fracking Rules

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge in Wyoming was wrong to block rules for hydraulic fracturing on federal land, a group of law professors and lawyers for the federal government said in new court documents. 426 more words

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