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Halliburton loophole’ allows fracking companies to avoid chemical regulation

‘Halliburton loophole’ allows fracking companies to avoid chemical regulation

New research finds fracking-industry exemption for 28 chemicals otherwise regulated by federal law.

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Oil giants wary about spending

Oil giants, after surge in profits, are wary about spending

Economic and military uncertainty clouds the outlook for Exxon, Chevron and other energy companies, whose bonanza from high prices is already fading.
Loss of Russian oil leaves a void not easily filled, straining market

Loss of Russian oil leaves a void not easily filled, straining market

Global production will take time to ramp up, so the U.S. and other buyers will chase limited supplies, creating upheaval unseen in decades.
Ryan Zinke broke ethics rules as chief of Trump’s Interior Dept., keeping improper ties with land developers, watchdog finds

Ryan Zinke broke ethics rules as chief of Trump’s Interior Dept., keeping improper ties with land developers, watchdog finds

Ryan Zinke broke federal ethics rules repeatedly by improperly participating in real estate negotiations with the chairman of the energy giant Halliburton and other developers, the department’s internal watchdog found in a report released Wednesday.
rise and fall of a fracking boom town
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The rise and fall of a fracking boom town: an oral history

Rock Springs, Wyoming, sits on vast underground stores of natural gas and shale oil. But what was meant to be a blessing turned into a curse.
Houston’s ‘horrifying' double crisis: Oil crash and virus shutdown
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Houston’s ‘horrifying' double crisis: Oil crash and virus shutdown

Houston has been reeling from oil-market chaos on top of a coronavirus shutdown. Job losses could reach 300,000.
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