Philadelphia Inquirer Reports on Lack Of Gas Pipeline Oversight

Date: December 10, 2011
Posted In: DLP Law

In a lengthy investigative article, the first of a four (4) part series on the Marcellus Shale industry in Pennsylvania,  the Philadelphia Inquirer reports today on the total lack of government oversight and regulations governing gas pipeline construction in rural Pennsylvania.  According to the report Pennsylvania regulators have failed to establish rules to monitor pipeline construction. In fact, according to the article, construction standards and inspection are left up to the companies constructing the pipelines. The entire article can be read on the Philadelphia Inquirer web site at

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