Tyler Suiters anchors this afternoon's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On the program: - More than 1,000 people show up for the EPA's meeting on hydrofracking in Pennsylvania.- Ships and rig workers evacuate the Gulf of Mexico ahead of Tropical Storm Bonnie.- Environmental groups are berating the Senate over what they call "a lost opportunity".- The "State Administration of Work Safety" says the explosion of a pipeline in China happened when workers continued to inject de-sulfurizer into a pipeline after a tanker had finished unloading oil. www.cleanskies.com
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