Pennsylvania Seeks to Crack Down on Orphaned Wells

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Pennsylvania regulators are looking to crack down on conventional gas and oil producers that fail to plug abandoned wells, many of which are leaking methane into water supplies and toxins into the air.

Policy and Regulation, Methane Emissions, Conventional Oil and Gas
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