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Sunken Drilling Rig in Gulf Raises Questions for Future Oil and Gas Exploration, Climate Bill

The future of offshore drilling in the United States may depend on which way the wind blows in the Gulf of Mexico in the next few days.

If the sunken Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig were to spew millions of gallons of crude oil into the gulf, the scenes of environmental devastation, combined with the loss of life, could rapidly reverse the confidence drillers have gained with the public in the past few years.

Source: New York Times

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