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Texas produces more oil and natural gas than any other state, and its operators, unlike those in North Dakota or Alaska, are not accustomed to dealing with frigid temperatures.Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg via Getty Images file Feb. 17, 2021, 3:01 PM UTC / Updated Feb. 17, 2021, 3:16 PM UTC The deep freeze will wreak havoc on oil and gas production for several days — if not weeks — according to industry experts, as companies deal with frozen equipment and a lack of power to run operations. Texas produces more oil and natural gas than any other state, and its operators, unlike those in North Dakota

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OSHA Publishes New COVID-19 Workplace Safety Guidance Only eight days after President Joe Biden tasked the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with issuing revised guidance to employers on workplace safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, OSHA complied. OSHA's " Protecting Workers: Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace " was posted January 29, 2021. This is the first time OSHA has published comprehensive recommendations on specific workplace COVID-19 prevention policies. OSHA makes clear that its new guidance "is not a standard or regulation," "creates no new legal obligations," is "advisory in nature," and

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Some inquiries from the IRS fall short of an official audit, which the agency gets three years to initiate. While earning a lot of money puts you most at risk for an audit, income isn't the only thing that may generate interest in your return. The IRS may be auditing fewer tax returns than it once did. That doesn't mean you can pull a fast one on the taxman.  Basically, many of the agency's systems are automated to spot certain discrepancies, and some parts of tax returns typically generate more scrutiny than others. This means there's still the risk that you could hear from the IRS. "A lot of this is done

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Colorado recently documented our three biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions as coal-fired electricity plants, fugitive methane emissions from oil and gas facilities, and automobiles. While coordinated national action would be welcome, in recent years we’ve seen rapid results on reducing these greenhouse gas emissions from state leadership and from private industry. The governors and legislatures of both Colorado and New Mexico have enacted climate policies aimed at achieving significant reductions in fossil fuel pollutants that contribute to our changing global climate. Given the recent

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M3M Foundation commemorates 32nd National Road Safety Month Gurugram: M3M Foundation commemorated the 32nd National Road Safety Month at iMpower clubs (IFC sector 66, Cornerwalk sector 74, Prive sector 75, Broadway 71 and 65th Avenue Sector 65) in Gurugram. Over 140 children were sensitized on various aspects of road safety by faculty members. The children also took out a rally in the vicinity disseminating awareness on the significance of road safety. The objective of the initiative was to spread awareness among the youth who are the future of the nation. “Road accident is among the leading

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MDOT awards highway construction contracts around state The Mississippi Transportation Commission at its Feb. 9 meeting awarded ten contracts for maintenance projects throughout Mississippi. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) will oversee the projects, which will maintain and enhance transportation infrastructure across the state. Only one of the contracts for road work was awarded to a highway project in the Mississippi Delta. “These projects will make our highways safer and make Mississippi a better place to live and work,” said Melinda McGrath, P.E., MDOT Executive Director. “All of our projects, whether

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