Colorado Says 430 Pipelines Failed Leak Test After ExplosionColorado regulators say about 430 oil or gas pipelines near occupied buildings failed a leak-detection test that the state ordered after a fatal explosion blamed on a gas line.
Company Says 99% Of Its Gas Lines Passed Tests After BlastAn energy company that owns a natural gas pipeline linked to a fatal home explosion in Colorado said more than 99 percent of the pipelines it tested afterward showed no sign of leaks.
129,000 Oil, Gas Lines Identified Near Buildings In ColoradoEnergy companies are reporting they have nearly 129,000 underground oil and gas pipelines within 1,000 feet (300 meters) of occupied buildings in Colorado.
Crews Search For Source Of Gas Found In Home, Abandoned WellNatural gas has been found in a home and abandoned water well on the Western Slope. Now, the investigation has begun into whether the source is from oil and gas development.
Oil & Gas Facility Inspections Continue After Home ExplosionInspections of Colorado oil and gas facilities so far have not found any more leaks like the one that was responsible for the explosion of a home in Firestone.
Colorado GOP Blocks Nation's First Well-Mapping RequirementColorado Republicans used a late-night filibuster Monday to block a first-of-its-kind requirement that oil and gas producers provide the locations of all their gas lines.
Lawmakers Want Gas Well Map After Fatal Home BlastColorado lawmakers are taking up a last-minute proposal in response to a deadly home explosion traced to an inactive gas well line.
Home Explosion Brings Calls For Safety But No Quick FixColorado regulators have ordered a snap review of oil and gas pipelines after a fatal house explosion near a well, but they haven't said how they plan to fix a fundamental flaw in the system: They don't know where all those pipelines are.
Detecting Gas Leaks At Home After Deadly ExplosionNew details have revealed what caused a home to explode in Firestone, killing two and leaving another critically injured.
Family Reacts To Deadly Home Explosion InvestigationThe families of the victims in the home explosion in Firestone say the investigation into last month's blast reflects what they believed all along-- that it was not caused by the men working in the home at the time.
Fatal Gas Explosion Certain To Renew TensionsA red-orange fireball that killed two people and destroyed a Colorado home prompted the governor to order sweeping inspections of natural gas lines and is certain to worsen tensions in state already divided over how to regulate the industry.
Neighbors Scared, Want To Move After Oil & Gas Activity Linked To Deadly Home ExplosionAs fire officials released for the first time on Tuesday the findings of their investigation into what caused a deadly explosion in Firestone last month, Fran Hoylman rushed home from work.