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EPA reports decrease in toxic chemical pollution (2:03 p.m. 12/8/09)

By DINA CAPPIELLO Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to pollution, the economic downturn could have an upside. The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday reported that toxic chemical pollution from the nation’s industrial plants, mines and factories ...

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Gas shale bubble may burst, consultant warns

Judith Kohler AP Writer Denver — The promise of enough natural gas to last the United States more than 100 years based on discoveries of vast shale formations could be the country’s next speculative bubble to burst, a speaker warned ...

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Report predicts lower winter heating bills for consumers Washington (AP) — Consumers using natural gas this winter stand to save $105, compared with last year, and propane users will get even bigger savings, according to a government report. Households that ...

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Coal clings to its power

Paul Snyder paul.snyder@dailyreporter.com A new federal energy study says it is unlikely many new coal-fired power plants will be built in the next 20 years. The end of coal? Not quite, say utility companies. “I think it’s premature to go ...

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