12/30: SoCalGas Locates Breach; EPA Probes Porter RanchDecember 30, 2015
Southern California Gas Co. has reported that they have located the source of the leaking gas. Workers were earlier unable to find the breach in the 87,000 foot well. Find out more.
In light of the devastating environmental damage caused by the Aliso Canyon gas well blowout, the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has initiated an investigation. A state hearing will also be held next month. Find out more.
The Aliso Canyon crisis is considered “the worst of the decade,” with an estimated rate of 1300 metric tons of gas still billowing into Porter Ranch. Find out more about the environmental effects.
While Governor Brown has attended global events to talk about climate regulations and the dangers of climate change, he has yet to draw awareness to the Aliso Canyon gas well blowout. Read more.
A public event was held on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, at the Woodland Hills Hilton conference room. Residents who attended inquired about the health and real estate effects. Find out more.
According to ZME Science, Aliso Canyon gas well blowout “the worst environmental disaster since the BP’s Deepwater oil spill in 2010.” Find out more.