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Study raises concerns over leaks from fracking wells

Scientists have warned that at least 6 percent of fracking wells could suffer structural defects that could lead to leaks and contaminate the environment.
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Citgo faces $197 million fine for Lake Charles oil spill

Oklahoma-based refiner Citgo Petroleum Corp. may face a $197 million fine for the 2006 oil spill at its refinery in Lake Charles, La.
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World Energy Council, World Water Council announce partnership

The World Energy Council and World Water Council have joined forces to bring the issue of the water-energy nexus to the fore.
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Fluoride removal system to be installed at Texas treatment plant

An arsenic and fluoride treatment plant located in Andrews, Texas, is to become the largest in the U.S.
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Mississippi water companies settle Clean Water Act Violations

Two Mississippi water companies have agreed to settle Clean Water Act violations and implement improvement programs designed to reduce sewage overflows and resulting pollution.
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Florida residents warned to avoid water from Withlacoochee River

Stormwater contaminated with wastewater has flowed into the Withlacoochee River and is likely to affect communities situated downstream.
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UK to face water shortages in medium- to long-term, study claims

Britain's power grid may be seriously affected by water shortages in the future, a new study warns.
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Desalination equipment market to reach $5 billion by 2015

The demand for desalination equipment, including pumps, valves, filters and chemicals, is expected to rise as desalination becomes a more popular option for the private and public sectors.
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Duke Energy under scrutiny over discharge into North Carolina river

While North Carolina authorities and federal agencies are investigating the toxic coal ash spill from Duke Energy's power plant into the Dan River last month, the company may still be discharging harmful chemicals into waterways.
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Solar desalination could cut costs, provide solution for drought-stricken areas

The drought in California may prove to be one of the biggest challenges the state has ever faced, as a number of experts predict that it may continue for years or even decades.
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