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State Health Officials: “Risk of Harmful Health Effects Is Low” for Residents Living Near Oil & Gas Operations

INFOGRAPHIC: Cancer Incidence Rates in Fracking and Non-Fracking States

Seven Most Absurd Claims Made in Physicians for Social Responsibility Methane Report

Three Reasons Companies Have Invested Billions in Natural Gas-Fired Power in Ohio

Important Context on a New Duke Spills Study

Colorado Town Hall Meeting Offers Opportunity for Constructive Dialogue and Fact-Based Discussion

What You Need to Know About Fracking and Seismicity in Pennsylvania

Activists’ “New” Protest of Wayne Fracking Recycles Old Arguments, Wastes Taxpayer Money

*Update* For a Second Time, Colorado Health Officials Disavow Research Team Favored by Anti-Fracking Activists

U.S. Shale Oil Production Expected to Jump by 80,000 bpd in March, Driven by Texas’ Permian Basin