Texas driller to pay $4.1M over tainted Pa. water

Associated P4ess: The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has dropped its plan to force a Houston-based drilling company to pay nearly $12 million to extend a public water line to residents whose wells have been contaminated with methane gas. Environmental regulators say Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. instead will pay residents a total of $4.1 million under a settlement announced late Wednesday. The company also has agreed to pay to install whole-house gas mitigation systems in each of the 19 affected......

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