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Tweeti Blancett and her granddaughter, Paige, visit a grave in Bloomfield, New Mexico, where a gas refinery looms just beyond the cemetery. Bloomfield lies in the heart of the booming San Juan Basin, home to 20,000 active coalbed methane wells

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