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A Texas energy company will pay $1.3 million over pollution in the Permian Basin, EPA says

The EPA last year announced aerial surveillance of “super-emitters.” At least one other company in New Mexico faced a similar fine.

A natural gas flare operates less than 200 yards away from a family home on March 14, 2022 in Midland.

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