Tupper Hull

Western States Petroleum Association

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Vice president of strategic communication at the Western States Petroleum Association, an industry group based in Sacramento

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At noon yesterday, a pipeline ruptured just north of Santa Barbara.

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"Californians expect their water is not being polluted by oil producers...this poses a very real danger."

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"Californians expect their water is not being polluted by oil producers...this poses a very real danger."

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Nine states in the Northeast and the Rocky Mountains have enacted guidelines to regulate hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," a process involving injection of chemicals into the ground…

Is There Fracking in Our Future?

Nine states in the Northeast and the Rocky Mountains have enacted guidelines to regulate hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," a process involving injection of chemicals into the ground…

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