Susan McGinnis anchors this afternoon's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On the program: - At least four people are dead and 38 homes destroyed after a natural gas line explosion near San Francisco. - EPA is asking natural gas drillers to disclose the chemicals they use in hydrofracking. - Alaska is asking a federal judge to overturn a federal moratorium on drilling in Arctic waters -- a moratorium the Interior Department says does not exist - A blade has broken off a prototype of Vestas' signature wind turbine, raising questions about the design and causing a downgrade in the company's stock. www.cleanskies.com www.twitter.com/cleanskiesnews www.facebok.com/cleanskiesnews email@example.com
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