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California proposes new rules after natural gas blowout

California oil and gas regulators have proposed stiff new regulations for underground gas storage facilities after a blowout drove 8,000 families from their Los Angeles homes. The Department of Conservation … Click to Continue »
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — California oil and gas regulators proposed stiff new regulations Friday for underground gas natural storage facilities after a blowout drove 8,000 families from their Los Angeles homes.

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