Natural Gas News – July 21, 2017

By Published On: July 21, 2017Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – July 21, 2017

Aliso Canyon natural gas facility that was site of massive leak can reopen, state says

Los Angeles Times reports: The Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility, where the largest methane leak in U.S. history forced thousands to flee their homes, can resume natural gas injections at a reduced capacity, state officials said Wednesday. The announcement follows months of inspections at the sprawling field above Porter Ranch and the implementation of new safety protocols that officials said will protect the public and stave off an energy shortage in Southern California. For months starting in 2015, a ruptured well at the facility spewed tens of thousands of tons of gas. Roughly 8,000 families in and around the northwest San Fernando Valley neighborhood were driven from their homes, with many complaining of health issues that included cancer, nausea and nosebleeds. The blowout took more than four months to plug. Now, the facility will operate at 28% of its capacity. For more on this story visit or click

Investors Squeezing Oil & Gas Developers To Cut Methane

Forbes reports: Oil and gas developers may soon be feeling the effects of a one-two punch — an adverse court ruling dealing with their methane emissions and now an investor-led initiative pushing them to be more transparent. the Principles for Responsible Investment is rounding up support to get those energy companies to measure their methane releases, report them to shareholders and to work to capture them by using “off-the-shelf” technologies. The methane could then be resold oil and gas companies would have a positive pay-back. Altogether, PRI says its initiative represents 35 investors who control $3.8 trillion. For more visit or click the following link

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