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North Dakota: Monticello Mining operation closed.

North Dakota: Pembina Mining Co. closed; Granite Mountain Mine to go to private firm. (1999)

Oregon: Oreo Oil & Gas wells near Troutdale closed (2004).

Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey announced that oil exploration near the North and Montana borders will continue as planned; the U.S. Geological Survey did not announce a project location. (2007)

Pennsylvania: PennMiner’s Bakken, Eagle Ford, and Utica production plants to close; Utica Energy Corp. and Eagle Ford Resources Inc. agreed to merge with PennMiner to provide resources in two new companies to develop and develop the other resources; Utica Energy will pay the original price, and the merger will allow them to expand operations (1996).

Pennsylvania: PennMiner to open up its Eagle Ford project to oil and gas exploration (2006).

Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Coal Corporation to receive a $500 million grant from the Pennsylvania Energy Commission to expand and improve equipment, production, and facilities for coal ash disposal (2003); this deal will allow the company to open up Ea김천출장안마gle Ford Project resources to exploration; it is expected that Eagle Ford will also be used for fracking in the near future (2005).

Tennessee: Pinnacle Coal Resources to open up its “Lucky Mountain” mine in Paulding County and invest $500 million (2007)

Tennessee: Sandhills Copper Corporation’s (Sandhills Copper was originally a company in North Carolina; it is now called “Nova” and acquired in 1997 by Pinnacle Coal Resources (2005)

Washington: Columbia River Water Company’s (Columbia River Water Authority) planned “Supernatural” oil well near Blackpool, Va. project (2004); th우리 카지노e project will take in “a massive amount of water from all over the basin and have an impact on surface waters of the region,” which will be heavily polluted (1999).

West Virginia: Appalachian Energy Holdings LLC announced the opening of its $25 million coal mine on the border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park; the firm has plans to expand it and use more water for its mine (2006).

West Virginia: Ohio-based American Energy Resources (AER) announced the creation of a $100 million water rights agreement for a mine in Eastern Kentucky (2004).

Wisconsin: 에볼루션 카지노American Eagle Resources closed by 2008 due t


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