February 2016, Vol. 243, No. 2

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SoCalGas Facility Must Pass Tougher Tests to Operate Again

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The gas storage facility that spewed methane uncontrollably for almost four months, driving thousands of families from their homes, won’t resume operations until it has undergone tougher tests than ever required before, a process that will take months and perhaps even longer. The massive leak drew attention to the Southern California Gas Co. facility and the larger subject of old energy infrastructure nationwide. It also put heat on the state to speed up tougher new regulations that will outlaw a risky practice that put the well in jeopardy of a blowout. “I wouldn’t say it was a wake-up call. I’d say it was a ‘You need to accelerate that p

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