Lauren Sommer

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In the midst of continuing drought, and angry debate about fracking, a Chevron Company oil field is an unlikely source of water.

Kern River Oil Fields Serve as Water Resource During Drought

In the midst of continuing drought, and angry debate about fracking, a Chevron Company oil field is an unlikely source of water.

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