December 5, 2011

Bahamas Oil Wells May Imperil Florida

William Gibson, Orlando Sentinel


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Just as South Florida braces for oil drilling set to begin next month off the shores of Cuba, a Bahamian company is pressing to dig exploratory wells as early as next year less than 200 miles from the state's delicate coastline. . .

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