On Friday a Texas oil company won permission to expand its search for oil in the Big Cypress National Preserve using a massive thumper truck that sends vibrations deep underground. Another company has been pumping oil from two locations, including Racoon Point, pictured here, for decades.
On Friday a Texas oil company won permission to expand its search for oil in the Big Cypress National Preserve using a massive thumper truck that sends vibrations deep underground. Another company has been pumping oil from two locations, including Racoon Point, pictured here, for decades. Tim Chapman Miami Herald File
On Friday a Texas oil company won permission to expand its search for oil in the Big Cypress National Preserve using a massive thumper truck that sends vibrations deep underground. Another company has been pumping oil from two locations, including Racoon Point, pictured here, for decades. Tim Chapman Miami Herald File

Oil company gets OK to expand oil search in South Florida preserve

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