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As big energy firms buy out smaller rivals in the Marcellus Shale, one side effect is an...

As big energy firms buy out smaller rivals in the Marcellus Shale, one side effect is an improving environmental record, according to a WSJ analysis. XOM, CVX and RDS.A average 38 violations for every 100 Marcellus wells drilled; the smallest companies average 132 violations per 100. Experts say this is partly due to the energy giants' financial resources and more rigorous safety protocols. (also)
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  • doc47
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    You're bragging about a 38% violation rate!? I trust these are mini events, otherwise: DON'T DRINK THE WATER!!!
    2 Apr 2013, 12:43 PM Reply Like
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