Looks like a well, not pipeline. Whatever, the CNBC folks are all concerned about how this might send natural gas prices higher. If they only knew how many of these wells we're all sitting on around here.
C&J out of Fairfield was laying a new 12" natural gas line for Crosstex Energy. There are several existing lines they were crossing in the area. They hit one and the explosion caused another to rupture. One of the lines is a products line the other natural gas. Everyone has been accounted for.
as opposed to a sane gas fire
Good Lord I hope everyone is okay this should take everyones mind off the ruined water wells.
All this proves is that we are in a period of consequences.
collectionsite,What the hell are you talking about?
All this proves is some idiot dug where he wasn't supposed to.
All this proves is you are both right. There will continue to be gaslines that are old and new crossing each other and not well marked. There will be idiots that dig in the wrong places. There will be consequences for that happening. If it happens enough there will be deaths of innocent people. I guess then is when we do something about it. To do something before it happens, well we just cannot have that. It may cost money.
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