Critical List: New rules for fracking’s air pollution; prehistoric microbes live
Natural gas companies have to work on sending less methane and other hazardous compounds into the air, according to new EPA rules.
The House passed that new Keystone XL provision.
Oregon towns on the coast are toying with the idea of becoming major coal export ports. But it’s maaaaybe not the best idea.
As glaciers melt, they’re releasing prehistoric microbes from icy storage. Let’s just hope none of them are the microbial equivalent of Egyptian mummies, bent on age-old revenge.
Wow, if you ever were curious about the tangled financial web that natural gas bigwig Aubrey McClendon lives in, the Wall Street Journal has got you covered.
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