Nico Navarro

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The State Lands Commission recently held a local meeting to update the public and generate ideas for the future of Platform Holly.   
  Following the 2015 Refugio oil spill, and the…

State regulators hear public opinion on decommissioning Platform Holly

The State Lands Commission recently held a local meeting to update the public and generate ideas for the future of Platform Holly.  Following the 2015 Refugio oil spill, and the…

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The Bureau of Land Management recently opened up comments on whether to issue new permits to frack over 1.6 million acres of California’s public lands for oil and gas.

The BLM hears from local citizens over using 1.6M acres public land for oil and gas projects

The Bureau of Land Management recently opened up comments on whether to issue new permits to frack over 1.6 million acres of California’s public lands for oil and gas.

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