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Chemical recipes used in fracking, the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil by high-pressure ground injections, could remain Read More.
Nuclear power plants across the U.S. will complete the full implementation of their security programs by the end of the Read More.
Safety remains a top priority throughout the industry, but for some small to medium-sized manufacturers, a safe culture can remain Read More.
Chemical facilities and oil refineries covered under OSHA’s Process Safety Management program could see closer attention from inspectors under new Read More.
A lawsuit against the Montana Board of Oil and Gas seeks to require more disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic Read More.
A North Dakota fracking company is facing a $2.1 million fine for contributing to smog. Slawson Exploration Co. agreed to Read More.
Seven start-ups, focusing on online security issues and threats, will join the GCHQ Cyber Accelerator in the United Kingdom. The Read More.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) issued two Combined Licenses for Duke Energy Carolinas’ William States Lee III site in South Carolina. Read More.
A final safety evaluation report for a combined license for a proposed reactor at the North Anna site near Mineral, Read More.
The governmental organization charged with ensure a strong cybersecurity across the nation, is improving its own security, but still has Read More.