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Pipeline Safety Rules In Flux

As more and more oil and gas ends up extracted and then traversing the U.S. via pipelines, safety is becoming
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Working to Recreate a Blast Site

A Fontana, CA, company wants to purchase and reopen a wastewater plant near Santa Paula closed for almost five years
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TX Pushes for Chemical Recycling

Texas Legislature passed a bill that would support a fledgling industry that aims to reduce waste by returning plastic back
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North Dakota Wants Petrochemical Plants

North Dakota wants the petrochemical industry. That means it is offering new tax incentives aimed at adding value to the
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9 Small Businesses Earn $10M for Security Research

Nine small businesses picked up $10 million for ten Phase II contracts through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science
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Exec Order Creates Cyber Workforce Program

There is a shortage of qualified security workers available across the public and private sectors, and there is now a
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Offshore Oil Safety Regulations Eased

Major regulations meant to safeguard offshore drilling rigs that came into play after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster were eliminated
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Feds Tighten Vulnerability Remediation Rules

In a move to ensure a more secure federal government, executive level departments and agencies must now remediate critical vulnerabilities
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