EPA seeks to reduce oil and gas pollution

Daily Times: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday proposed rules to reduce air pollution from oil and gas drilling operations. The standards would require oil and gas producers to capture emissions from hydraulic fracturing that escape into the air. If enacted, the proposed standards would have wide-ranging effects in the San Juan Basin, one of the nation's busiest natural gas production areas. The rules focus on smog-forming volatile organic compounds and gases such as methane and benzene.......

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