No penalties for 90% of pipeline blasts
SISSONVILLE, W.Va. — Since the start of 2010, interstate pipelines have exploded or caught fire 137 times, an E&E News analysis found. In most cases, pipeline regulators sought no fine.
President Trump's allies hope his administration will plow ahead with its deregulatory energy and environmental agenda next year, despite push back from newly empowered House Democrats.
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