When a natural gas leak turns out to be an energy crisis

By now, you probably know about the “dirty water” spill in New York City that prompted a state-wide investigation and prompted a federal lawsuit.

You probably also know about other spills in which large amounts of oil or gas were released into the environment.

And you probably already know that the American Petroleum Institute has spent years working on a plan to manage the release of greenhouse gases.

It’s called the Clean Power Plan, and the EPA has a new plan to develop the rules that will ultimately lead to a nationwide goal of limiting the amount of carbon dioxide released from power plants.

The plan includes new rules for natural gas storage, including new measures for the storage of the oil and natural gas.

But the plan also aims to address some of the problems that came with the Exxon Valdez spill, including the way it was handled and the way in which the oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico and spilled into our oceans.

The leak of oil from a well in the Eagle Ford Shale in the heart of Texas is the most serious and widespread natural gas oil spill in U.S. history, and Exxon Mobil is facing criminal charges for the incident.

The company was already facing criminal and civil charges in Louisiana and Texas for violating state and federal environmental laws.

But a leak in the Shale, and an incident that started with a natural-gas pipeline leak in Texas, was the main focus of a new lawsuit filed by environmental groups in the Eastern District of Texas.

The lawsuit alleges that the company violated laws that allow the disposal of hazardous waste and that the spill harmed people and property.

This is a big deal, says John S. Ochsner, senior legal fellow for the American Sustainable Business Council.

And he says that this spill, the largest natural gas spill in the United States since the BP oil spill, is the big story.

Oochsner says that the case has already drawn national attention.

It is being heard by a federal judge in Houston, where ExxonMobil has its headquarters.

It could be heard by the Supreme Court in New Orleans.

It has also been heard in the U.K. and the European Union.

The legal fight has been fought by groups like the Natural Resources Defense Council, which has said the company is not liable for damages.

ExxonMobil, which did not respond to a request for comment, says it is reviewing the lawsuit.

This lawsuit is the latest in a series of lawsuits challenging the Clean Energy Standards, the rules the EPA is developing that will regulate natural gas and other fossil fuels.

The EPA is also taking legal action to prevent the release from the Shales of oil and gas from oil and coal-fired power plants, a project that the agency says is a key part of a solution to the problem of climate change.

And ExxonMobil is also fighting the Clean Air Act, a law passed in 1990 that prohibits the release and disposal of carbon-dioxide from power stations.

So ExxonMobil’s fight with the EPA over the Exxon Shale spill has put the company at odds with both the Obama administration and the Obama campaign.

On the campaign trail, President Obama has promised to reduce the amount and speed of oil-and-gas drilling in the nation’s rivers and streams.

The president has also called for the development of a national standard to limit carbon dioxide emissions from power generation.

In addition to the Clean Water Rule, EPA is working on other regulations that will make it easier to store and manage oil and other greenhouse gases from power production.

The Clean Power Act, the Clean Coal Rule, and other regulations put in place since the Exxon incident are among the EPA’s first steps toward addressing the problem, but they will not address the emissions from existing power plants from coal- and oil-fired plants.

What is a “clean” energy source?

Clean energy sources are sources of renewable energy that can produce electricity without any additional inputs from the grid.

Clean energy can be generated by a variety of technologies.

Fossil fuels can also be used for energy production, including solar, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric power.

And natural gas is the third-largest source of electricity in the country.

Natural gas power plants can produce up to 2,500 megawatts (MW) of electricity, according to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

And they can generate energy at rates well below that of coal, coal-based electricity, and nuclear power.

The amount of energy produced by natural gas power depends on a number of factors.

Natural-gas plants can be very inefficient, particularly in terms of power generation efficiency, and it can be difficult to capture emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas.

Some researchers say the technology to capture methane from natural gas may be ready for commercialization by 2020.

What are the risks of the natural-shelter methane leak?

One of the biggest problems with the Clean Clean Energy Plan is that it does not address all of the risks posed by leaks of methane from oil- and natural-sand-fired facilities.

That is because the