May 23 2017

Underground Gas Storage Wells – An Invisible Risk in the Natural Gas Supply Chain

published by Sam Rubright, DrPH
in blog Articles – FracTracker Alliance
original entryUnderground Gas Storage Wells – An Invisible Risk in the Natural Gas Supply Chain

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The largest accidental release of methane in U.S. history began October 23, 2015 with the blowout of an underground natural gas storage well in Aliso Canyon about 20 miles west of Los Angeles. By the time the well was plugged 112 days later, more than 5.0 billion cubic feet of methane and other pollutants had […]

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