Gas pipelines explode. How far away is enough to survive? By Mike Soraghan, E&E News (Jan. 24, 2023) Bill Caram, executive director of the advocacy group Pipeline Safety Trust, said the NTSB’s recommendation is a chance to do more … [Read more...] about Gas pipelines explode. How far away is enough to survive?
FOCUS: Fallout of 2019 pipe explosion, status of pipelines in Kentuckiana By Travis Breeze, WHAS 11 ABC (Sept. 22, 2022) - "These companies say that in-line inspection is just as good as bringing it out of the ground and looking at … [Read more...] about FOCUS: Fallout of 2019 pipe explosion, status of pipelines in Kentuckiana
July 25, 2016 Six years ago today, Line 6b, part of Enbridge's Lakehead Pipeline System, failed in Talmadge Creek, near Marshall, Michigan. It wasn't until six years ago tomorrow, July 26 and three work shifts later that Enbridge's … [Read more...] about Sixth Anniversary Thoughts on the Enbridge Spill in Marshall Michigan; comment opportunity
Question of the week – I think it was around this time in 2009 that a gas pipeline blew up in Palm City, Florida near a school. What really happened then, and have things gotten safer in the past 6 years? On May 4, 2009, an 18-inch … [Read more...] about Another pipeline incident anniversary – have things changed since 2009?
Question of the week: I heard the California Public Utilities Commission levied a fine of $1.6 billion dollars against PG&E for pipeline safety violations relating to the terrible San Bruno pipeline explosion in 2010. Do you think this … [Read more...] about Reflections on San Bruno, PG&E and the CPUC
News media recently reported that the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found continuing systemic weaknesses in gas pipeline safety. What does the NTSB have to say about where improvements are needed? The NTSB and the gas … [Read more...] about NTSB’s recent study on systemic weaknesses in gas pipeline safety