In what’s become a regular occurrence, yet another sinkhole has opened near the Mariner East (ME) pipeline system in southeastern Pennsylvania, prompting state regulators to again launch an investigation, but unlike previous incidents, service has not been interrupted.
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Yet another sinkhole has formed near the Mariner East (ME) pipelines in southeast Pennsylvania, but the system remains in service as state regulators investigate the latest incident, Energy Transfer LP confirmed on Thursday.
The Mariner East (ME) 1 pipeline remains offline weeks after it was shut down when a sinkhole opened and exposed it. Meanwhile, a portion of the Texas Eastern Transmission (Tetco) system remains offline after an unrelated incident last month.
The Mariner East (ME) 1 pipeline remains offline more than a week after service was stopped in response to yet another sinkhole that formed in southeast Pennsylvania, compounding problems for the system as the state oversees additional geophysical tests and the public outcries grow louder.
Enbridge Inc. said Wednesday that there is no timeline for returning to service a section of its Texas Eastern Transmission (Tetco) system that was badly damaged in an explosion this week in southeast Ohio.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has scheduled a public hearing to take comments on two applications filed in October by Sunoco Pipeline LP to modify its construction methods at two locations in Chester County for the Mariner East (ME) 2 pipeline project.
A large swath of the Permian Basin in West Texas is “heaving and sinking,” likely the result of decades of oil and gas production, according to a geophysical team from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas.
A nearly decade-old abandoned brine well in a heavily trafficked area that provides people and equipment with access to the Permian Basin in New Mexico is grabbing the state legislature’s attention after years of failed efforts to fund repairs.