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PG&E identifies 239 pipelines at risk of failure

Jaxon Van Derbeken,, July 2, 2012

Nearly two years after the pipeline explosion that killed eight people and devastated a neighborhood in San Bruno, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. considers 239 of its natural-gas transmission lines to be at risk of a similar failure, according to a company assessment obtained by The Chronicle.

Calls for tighter pipeline regulations sought after Enbridge issued $3.7M fine

By Amanda Stephenson, Calgary Herald, July 4, 2012

Calgary - Industry watchers and environmental groups are calling for tighter pipeline monitoring regulations, one day after a $3.7 million civil fine was issued against Enbridge Inc. for a 2010 Michigan oil spill.

Groups launch campaign calling for independent review of pipeline safety

By Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal, June 26, 2012

Government says oversight already exists

A coalition of 17 landowner and environmental groups launched an advertising campaign Monday to demand an independent review of pipeline safety in Alberta.

PG&E: Customers to pay for safety

By MARTIN ESPINOZA, Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, February 28, 2012

PG&E officials Tuesday reiterated their position that ratepayers should bear the bulk of the cost of its Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan, which the company pegged at $2.2billion.

Kill time

by E. Assata Wright, Hudson Reporter, Feb 26, 2012

City, activist group map out plan if pipeline gets federal approval

New Look at Pipeline Blasts

By DANIEL GILBERT, Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2011

Regulators, Preparing to Tighten Safety Rules, Focus on Combination of Causes

Bitter Twist in Louisiana Family’s Long Drilling Fight

CAMPBELL ROBERTSON,, December 29, 2011

ERATH, La. — It began as a landlord-tenant dispute, Louisiana style.

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