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VA Fracking Secrecy Bill Passes

Chemical recipes used in fracking, the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil by high-pressure ground injections, could remain
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Phase 2 of NRC Security Inspection Underway

Nuclear power plants across the U.S. will complete the full implementation of their security programs by the end of the
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OSHA’s Consulting Program Improves Safety

Safety remains a top priority throughout the industry, but for some small to medium-sized manufacturers, a safe culture can remain
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Stepping Up Chem Plant, Refinery Inspections

Chemical facilities and oil refineries covered under OSHA’s Process Safety Management program could see closer attention from inspectors under new
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Suit Seeks to Divulge Fracking Chemicals

A lawsuit against the Montana Board of Oil and Gas seeks to require more disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic
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ND Fracking Firm Faces Fine

A North Dakota fracking company is facing a $2.1 million fine for contributing to smog. Slawson Exploration Co. agreed to
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Security Start-Ups Join Cyber Accelerator

Seven start-ups, focusing on online security issues and threats, will join the GCHQ Cyber Accelerator in the United Kingdom. The
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NRC Issues New Reactor Licenses for SC Nukes

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) issued two Combined Licenses for Duke Energy Carolinas’ William States Lee III site in South Carolina.
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Safety Review of New VA Reactor Completed

A final safety evaluation report for a combined license for a proposed reactor at the North Anna site near Mineral,
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DHS’ Security Better, but Needs Work: Report

The governmental organization charged with ensure a strong cybersecurity across the nation, is improving its own security, but still has
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