Len Peters, Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet talked before a tour of the 8,300-foot-deep carbon dioxide test well near Hawesville, Ky., Thursday, May 14, 2009. The  well is being drilled to test storing carbon dioxide deep underground to lessen the impact of global climate change. The tour today was for state and energy industry officials.
Len Peters, Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet talked before a tour of the 8,300-foot-deep carbon dioxide test well near Hawesville, Ky., Thursday, May 14, 2009. The well is being drilled to test storing carbon dioxide deep underground to lessen the impact of global climate change. The tour today was for state and energy industry officials. Herald-Leader
Len Peters, Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet talked before a tour of the 8,300-foot-deep carbon dioxide test well near Hawesville, Ky., Thursday, May 14, 2009. The well is being drilled to test storing carbon dioxide deep underground to lessen the impact of global climate change. The tour today was for state and energy industry officials. Herald-Leader

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