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  • A lonely crusade

    A lonely crusade

    A Wyoming farmer's long struggle to find out what's polluting his water gets the attention of the EPA - and inspires reporter Abrahm Lustgarten of ProPublica.

  • A mom-and-pop oil company prospects for gas in central Wyoming

    A mom-and-pop oil company prospects for gas in central Wyoming

    Wold Oil Properties is a wildcatter - a small company that explores for oil and gas in areas where the fuels aren't known to exist in valuable quantities.

  • Abrahm Lustgarten on fracking

    Abrahm Lustgarten on fracking

    An interview with ProPublica energy and environment reporter Abrahm Lustgarten.

  • Drilling on the green

    Drilling on the green

    Residents of Battlement Mesa react to gas drilling in their community.

  • Feds Link Water Contamination to Fracking for the First Time

    Feds Link Water Contamination to Fracking for the First Time

    The Environmental Protection Agency finds a connection between fracking and water pollution

  • Frack 2, Scene 1

    Frack 2, Scene 1

    New York City fights drilling in its watershed, and even some energy executives say the industry needs to be more transparent about the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.

  • Fracking is the big new gun

    Fracking is the big new gun

    Hydraulic fracturing is changing the energy industry -- and the entire nation -- in ways we’re only beginning to understand.

  • Gas industry secrets and a nurse's story

    Eric Frankowski describes the medical ordeal of a Durango emergency room nurse who was accidentally exposed to the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.

  • High Country Views, episode 7

    High Country Views, episode 7

    Rachel Waldholz, Sarah Gilman and Cally Carswell talk fracking and onshore oil and gas drilling.

  • Hydrofracked: One man's quest for answers about natural gas drilling

    Hydrofracked: One man's quest for answers about natural gas drilling

    A Wyoming farmer battles industry and bureaucracy trying to find out whether hydraulic fracturing -- used in natural gas drilling -- polluted his drinking water.

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