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Study: Fracking Water Use Varies in U.S. Oil and Gas Development

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Shale gas basins in Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, and the Appalachian region use the most water per well.

Report: Half of U.S. Fracking Wells Drilled in Highly Water-stressed Regions

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Energy companies should provide better data on fracking water…

The Stream, April 3: Deadly Floods in Buenos Aires

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South America Nearly 400 millimeters (16 inches) of rain pummeled…

Study: Shale Gas Fracking Taints Rivers in Pennsylvania

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Though groundwater gets most of the attention, rivers are also affected by the rush of shale gas development across the United States, according to a new study that claims both wastewater and well development degrade water quality, but in different ways.

The Stream, February 6: Lake Michigan Water Levels at Record Lows

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Americas Water levels on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron have reached…

Video: Scarcity, Pollution, and Energy are Choke Point: China II Focus

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Choke Point: China is an on-the-ground report that displays in…

First Time Key Global Energy Report Highlights Water Constraints of Energy Production

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Energy is becoming a thirstier resource, the report states. Photo…

The Stream, November 7: Storm Poised to Bring More Flooding to U.S. East Coast

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President Obama Wins Re-election The U.S. energy industry is…

The Stream, September 5: Cubbie Station Sale Raises Concerns for Australia's Water

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The possible sale of Australia's Cubbie Station to Chinese investors…

The Stream, August 31: Hurricane Isaac Causes Shipping Headaches on Mississippi

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Hurricane Isaac Hurricane Isaac, which hit land Tuesday evening…

The Stream, August 22: Droughts Hit Europe

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Polluted drinking water may have sickened more than 1,000 people…

No Clear Path for Energy Policy in Great Lakes States

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Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania governments struggle with climate change, budgets, and changing markets.