Day: December 17, 2018

Months After Massachusetts Gas Explosions, Normalcy Far Off

Months After Massachusetts Gas Explosions, Normalcy Far Off Philip Marcelo | The Tribune Some Massachusetts homeowners and small businesses are still struggling to return to normalcy after September’s dramatic gas pipeline explosions, even as the utility responsible says the vast majority of customers have heat and hot water again. Columbia Gas said this week that …

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Michigan Utilities Target Aging Natural Gas Distribution Lines for Upgrades

Michigan Utilities Target Aging Natural Gas Distribution Lines for Upgrades Andy Balaskovitz | Energy News In Michigan’s two largest cities, 35 miles of natural gas distribution lines were installed before Theodore Roosevelt was president. Thousands of additional miles of these decades-old bare steel and cast iron gas distribution networks are in need of upgrades, state …

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Rebecca Yerger Memory Lane: A near Disaster in the 1950s

Rebecca Yerger Memory Lane: A near Disaster in the 1950s Rebecca Yerger | Napa Valley Register The utility services of Napa received their fair share of local media coverage in the 1950s newspapers. Some of these mid-20th century reports detailed positive advancements in the local infrastructure, but other local news accounts detailed sensational stories about …

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Regulators Accuse California Utility PG&E of Falsifying Records on Natural Gas Pipelines

Regulators Accuse California Utility PG&E of Falsifying Records on Natural Gas Pipelines KSBY Regulators on Friday accused one of California’s largest utilities of falsifying safety documents for natural gas pipelines for years following its criminal conviction and multimillion-dollar fine for a pipeline explosion that killed eight people near San Francisco. The California Public Utilities Commission …

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Enbridge to Remove Existing Line 3 from Tribal Lands If New Pipeline Is Built

Enbridge to Remove Existing Line 3 from Tribal Lands If New Pipeline Is Built Joe Bowen | Duluth News Tribune An aging oil pipeline is set to be removed from tribal lands east of Bemidji. Enbridge Inc. agreed with Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe leaders to remove the company’s existing Line 3 oil pipeline from …

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20 Years Ago: Gas Explosion in St. Cloud Killed Four, Led to Safety Changes

20 Years Ago: Gas Explosion in St. Cloud Killed Four, Led to Safety Changes Kirsti Marohn | MPR News On a sunny Friday morning on Dec. 11, 1998, a construction crew was installing fiber-optic cable near the Stearns County courthouse in downtown St. Cloud when they struck a natural gas line, triggering a leak. About …

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Global Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Equipment Market 2018-2023 by Product Picture and Specifications

Global Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Equipment Market 2018-2023 by Product Picture and Specifications Sarah Holford | Flatland Post Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Equipment market professionals analyse the worldwide growth and give their beneficial study for new entrants, and who is interested. The important fact like market share, growth rate, leading countries, …

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