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Exxon's XTO merger proposal isn't killing the FRAC Act.

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By Alan Septoff

December 17, 2009

Exxon, America's biggest oil company, is planning on merging with XTO, a $25 billion oil and gas drilling company heavily invested in hydraulic fracturing of shale gas deposits.

Whether or not you think that's a good thing, it's causing a bit of furor in part because Exxon has included some language pertaining to fracking's regulatory landscape.

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An Alaskan fisherman thanks jewelers for speaking out on Bristol Bay

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By Alan Septoff

November 24, 2009

In the November 19th Anchorage Daily News, Alaskan fisherman Ben Blakey congratulated jewelers who have signed the Bristol Bay Protection pledge.

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Tagged with: bristol bay, jewelry retailers, pebble, ben bakey, anchorage daily news


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