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Ruptured Well Casing, Failed Safety Practices To Blame For Aliso Canyon Methane Leak, Report Finds

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Ruptured Well Casing, Failed Safety Practices To Blame For Aliso Canyon Methane Leak, Report Finds

Ruptured Well Casing, Failed Safety Practices To Blame For Aliso Canyon Methane Leak, Report Finds

The report determined that a rupture in an outer 7-inch well casing which caused the massive leak at the Aliso Canyon underground storage facility operated by the Southern California Gas Company was caused by corrosion from contact with groundwater.

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