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Loopholes for Polluters

Loopholes for Polluters

PUBLICATION DATE: May 16, 2011

AUTHOR: Lauren Pagel, Lisa Sumi

Protecting Health, Ensuring Accountability

Protecting Health, Ensuring Accountability

PUBLICATION DATE: May 2, 2011

SUMMARY: The FRAC Act would close a loophole in the Safe Drinking Water Act. Consequently, EPA could regulate hydraulic fracturing, and oil & gas companies would have to publicly disclose the types, amounts, and combinations of chemicals they use in their hydraulic fracturing processes.

The Pit Rule - True Economics

The Pit Rule - True Economics

PUBLICATION DATE: February 14, 2011

AUTHOR: Lisa Sumi

The Pit Rule - What it is and why we need it

The Pit Rule - What it is and why we need it

PUBLICATION DATE: February 14, 2011

AUTHOR: Lisa Sumi

Montana Model County Oil and Gas Regulations

Montana Model County Oil and Gas Regulations

PUBLICATION DATE: September 3, 2010

Safe Drillers Don’t Need the Halliburton Loophole

Safe Drillers Don’t Need the Halliburton Loophole

PUBLICATION DATE: June 7, 2009

AUTHOR: Jennifer Goldman

Congress should close the Halliburton loophole

Congress should close the Halliburton loophole

PUBLICATION DATE: May 12, 2009

AUTHOR: Earthjustice * EARTHWORKS * NRDC * WORC

State Comparison of Agency Regulations

State Comparison of Agency Regulations

PUBLICATION DATE: June 30, 2008

AUTHOR: Renee Lewis

Letter to COGCC and CDPHE regarding disclosure and monitoring of oil and gas chemicals in Colorado

Letter to COGCC and CDPHE regarding disclosure and monitoring of oil and gas chemicals in Colorado

PUBLICATION DATE: June 29, 2006

AUTHOR: Bruce Baizel

SUMMARY: This letter was submitted by OGAP on behalf of five citizens organizations in Colorado. The groups believe that state agencies should be requiring disclosure of the chemicals used and monitoring of chemicals and wastes released by the oil and gas industry in Colorado.

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