Monday, June 27, 2011

[californiadisasters] "Pipeline Risk and its Application to Local Development Decisions"

Instead of making costly repairs to correct defective welds on the San Bruno pipeline, PG&E decided it was worth it to accept the risk. But, PG&E are not the only ones that accepted some degree of risk. Should homeowners share some of the blame for taking the risk of living next to a gas pipeline right of way? See article at for discussion and link to a new publication " Pipeline Risk and its Application to Local Development Decisions."
Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET
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Training Program Manager, Fire and Safety Specialists, Inc.

Technical Editor, Industrial Fire World

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