SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators on Thursday opened an investigation to consider penalties against Southern California Gas Co. for a massive 2015 natural gas leak blamed for sickening thousands of nearby residents and forcing them from their homes…read more.
Month: June 2019
FITCHBURG (WKOW) — A gas line struck in the city of Fitchburg impacted service to about 200 people Tuesday afternoon. A contractor working along Caddis Bend struck a gas line while digging. which prompted authorities to issue a shelter in place order for the Waterford and Group Health Cooperative clinic, according to Madison Gas and …
GREENWOOD — Indiana American Water, a subsidiary of American Water Company, recently announced it won the Wendell R. LaDue Class III (100-500 employees) Utility Safety Award from the American Water Works Association. The award was presented during the AWWA’s Annual Conference & Exposition in Denver last week…read more.
The first-arriving firefighters in the area of Legend and Skibo roads learned that members of a construction crew struck a gas line. No one was reported injured late Monday morning when Fayetteville firefighers and the fire department’s hazmat units responded to a commercial gas leak on Legend Avenue…read more.
PLAINFIELD, NJ – The Public Service Atomic and Gas Company, along with City of Plainfield first responders, participated in a safety exercise to simulate a gas emergency on Monday. The drill took place near Leland Park, and a command center was set up in front of Cook Elementary School. The training exercise, held during National …
AUSTIN — The Railroad Commission of Texas assessed $939,780 in fines involving 288 enforcement dockets against operators and businesses at the Commissioners’ conference this week. The Commission has primary oversight and enforcement of the state’s oil and gas industry and intrastate pipeline safety…read more.
Six to seven homes have been evacuated in Juniper Ridge after a contractor damaged a natural gas line this morning (June 24)…read more.
Dial Before You Dig (DBYD) has introduced a new rule allowing enquiries to be lodged one business day prior to commencing work. In response to user feedback, from 1 July 2019, enquiries to obtain asset location information from the DBYD referral service can be made one day prior to work commencing…read more.