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W.Va. Receives Nearly $30 Million To Plug Abandoned Oil, Gas Wells

Abandoned oil and gas wells can leak pollutants into groundwater, surface water and the air. But a new $30 million investment aims to clean up these hazards across West Virginia.

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EPA Rule On Carbon Emissions Won't Apply To Existing Gas Plants

The rule, expected in April, would still apply to existing coal and new gas plants. The agency will pursue a separate rule for existing gas plants after the November election.

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Recap Of Oil And Gas Association’s Winter Meeting And Lawmakers Talk Education, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, the Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia held its winter meeting in Charleston last week. And, Senate Education Chair Sen. Amy Grady, R-Mason, and teacher Del. Jeff Stephens, R-Marshall, discuss education legislation.

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