Sempra Energy has revealed a one-time $72 million charge for litigation related to the 2015-16 methane leak at the Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) Aliso Canyon Storage Field.
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FERC has authorized the California grid operator to make permanent its four-year-old natural gas maximum burn constraint to avoid future shortages from continuing limits on the state’s largest gas storage facility at Aliso Canyon.
The Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility emerged unscathed from a fast moving wildfire that started last week and has consumed nearly 8,000 acres on the northern edge of Los Angeles.
The largest methane leak ever at a Southern California underground natural gas storage facility in 2015-16 was caused by preventable groundwater-induced microbial corrosion on a seven-inch storage well casing, a final root cause analysis has indicated.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has approved a settlement for Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) to pay $119.5 million for the adverse consequences of the nation’s largest-ever methane leak at the Aliso Canyon natural gas underground storage facility.
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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) next month will consider legally declaring that the 86 Bcf capacity Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility has maintained continuous service even in the wake of the nation’s worst methane leak, which occurred there three years ago.
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) on Wednesday agreed to a proposed $119.5 million settlement to resolve state and local complaints regarding the 2015-16 natural gas storage leak at the Aliso Canyon underground field north of Los Angeles.
Claims about unhealthy levels of benzene that were reported in and around the Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) Aliso Canyon underground natural gas storage field swirled through a Porter Ranch community meeting last Wednesday as some residents seek to shut the facility down permanently.
California has finalized regulations for underground natural gas storage that take effect Oct. 1 aimed at public health and safety nearly three years after the four-month-long methane leak at Aliso Canyon, the state’s largest storage facility.