Activist efforts to regulate the industry go “local” ///

From its beginnings in 1859, near Titusville, Pa. (Fig. 1), one of the major questions surrounding the U.S. oil and gas industry has been how it should best be regulated. Finding the appropriate level and nature of regulation for an industrial process is a key consideration in any society, and this is no different where oil and gas are concerned.

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