Natural-gas pipeline explosion in Ohio does little damage | The Columbus Dispatch
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Columbus Dispatch.
#1 Feb 12, 2011
This is why we need a big push for infrastructure jobs in the US. More of these kinds of incidents will happen if we don't invest in the future.
#2 Feb 12, 2011
The USDOT can require pipeline operators to improve operation and maintenance activities.
But that would be one of those dreaded "Government Regulations" and we can't have that now can we.
Do you wonder why there are so many explosions?
#3 Feb 12, 2011
I'll bet there are some corrosion people at Tennessee Pipeline sweating bullets right about now.
#4 Feb 12, 2011
that gas pipeline station has been smelling for 3 years i know of and i live in hanoverton
#5 Feb 12, 2011
I used to live in Grandview Heights and often smelled a weird smell. I used to just wonder what my neighbors were doing in their basement. Now I wonder if it could have been gas underground...
Add your comments below
|sup (Jul '14)||Jul '14||tatted up||1|
|wtf (Jan '14)||Jan '14||shygyt||1|
|Oilman Oscar Wyatt Jr. hospitalized after stroke (Jan '09)||Nov '13||Concerned||22|
|Third of El Pasoans get medical care in Ju rez (Nov '08)||Mar '13||Jose Can You See ...||58|
|Work reunion: Ex-El Paso Natural Gas Co. employ... (Nov '10)||Apr '12||Rose Baquera||12|
|Richard Kinder Irks White House, Kremlin and Wa... (Oct '11)||Oct '11||Earl||2|
|girls that fun (Aug '11)||Aug '11||Oscar||2|
Find what you want!
Search El Paso Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC