San Bruno Pipeline Explosion

Russian Gas Supplies Through Ukraine Turned Off

In response to the deadly natural gas explosion in San Bruno, California, the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) is proposing new regulations to make pipelines safer. The regulations will go a long way toward safeguarding communities from the risks of natural gas explosions, but, if they’re done right, they could also protect… Keep reading →

3 Things To Know About Gas Pipeline Regulations

OPAL Pipeline To Connect To Baltic Sea

A ruptured natural gas pipeline in the quiet community of San Bruno, California ignited on the evening of September 9, 2010. The resulting fire destroyed 38 homes, killed eight people, and injured many others. It was one of the biggest pipeline explosions in recent history, and it very likely could have been prevented. Now, almost… Keep reading →

Federal Grand Jury Finds PG&E Guilty Of Obstructing Justice In San Bruno Explosion Investigation

California energy regulators have hit Pacific Gas & Electric with a record $1.6 billion penalty in the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion that left eight people dead. But at least one member of the Public Utilities Commission thinks even more dramatic action might be needed to ensure the investor-owned utility operates efficiently and safely. “The… Keep reading →