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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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A coal bed methane crew near Buffalo, Wyoming drills for oil.

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Inside the “Well File Room” at the Farmington Bureau of Land Management Office, where some 18,000 wells are tracked from the San Juan Basin. It has more wells than most other areas, and the office’s mandate is to get oil and gas production going full throttle at all costs.

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Inside the “Well File Room” at the Farmington Bureau of Land Management Office, where some 18,000 wells are tracked from the San Juan Basin. It has more wells than most other areas, and the office’s mandate is to get oil and gas production going full throttle at all costs.

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A legal instruments examiner for the Bureau of Land Management in Pinedale, Wyoming is shown behind a mountain of applications for permit to drill submitted by oil and gas companies. This office grants most of the 300 applications they receive each year.

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Bureau of Land Management employees from the Buffalo, Wyoming office pose with a year’s worth of paperwork. The office has been ordered to approve at least 3,000 permits to drill per year and issues far more permits to drill than any other in the U.S. The goal is 50,000 wells.

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Bureau of Land Management employees from the Buffalo, Wyoming office pose with a year’s worth of paperwork. The office has been ordered to approve at least 3,000 permits to drill per year and issues far more permits to drill than any other in the U.S. The goal is 50,000 wells.

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Workers from Todd Valley Farms put turf down in a family’s backyard.

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Workers from Todd Valley Farms put turf down in a family’s backyard.

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Workers from Todd Valley Farms put turf down in a family’s backyard.

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Workers from Todd Valley Farms put turf down in a family’s backyard.

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Workers from Todd Valley Farms put turf down in a family’s backyard.

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Three men examine a broken excavating machine in Nebraska.

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Sparks fly as a man uses a grinder on his Nebraska farm.

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Sparks fly as a man uses a grinder on his Nebraska farm.

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Students at North Carolina State University read the newspaper as part of a class assignment.

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Students at North Carolina State University read the newspaper as part of a class assignment.

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Students at North Carolina State University read the newspaper as part of a class assignment.

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Students at North Carolina State University read the newspaper as part of a class assignment.

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Students at North Carolina State University read the newspaper as part of a class assignment.

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A father and son work on digging a basement for a run down farm house in Nebraska.

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A father and son work on digging a basement for a run down farm house in Nebraska.

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A sugar cane loader is used to remove debris caused by Hurricane Andrew.

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Power crews work on bucket cranes to restore power along Highway 56 in Cocodrie, Louisiana after Hurricane Andrew.

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A sugar cane loader is used to remove debris caused by Hurricane Andrew.

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