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Pa. natural gas plant explosion under investigation in Washington County

A Christmas-morning explosion at an Energy Transfer plant caused a fire but didn’t injure anyone.

By Reid Frazier

Updated: August 5, 2022 | 3:51 pm

Energy Transfer held criminally responsible for damage from Mariner East pipeline construction

Among other things, Energy Transfer will spend $10 million to restore waterways damaged by its construction.

By Susan Phillips

Energy Transfer fined $140K for construction violations along Beaver County pipeline

Violations include erosion, failure to report a landslide
By Reid Frazier

PUC seeks comment on $1 million fine for Beaver County pipeline blast

As part of the fine, the company would agree to several added safety precautions, including more inspections and additional monitoring for landslides along its route. 

By Reid Frazier

Updated: November 13, 2020 | 2:52 pm

DEP: Revolution Pipeline can’t go into service until stability issues are fixed

Pipeline company says agency hasn't approved all of its requests for stabilization work
By Julie Grant/The Allegheny Front

DEP allows work on Revolution pipeline to start back up

Pipeline that exploded in 2018 will be re-routed
By Reid Frazier

Pa. utility regulator says Sunoco must do more to share safety information on Mariner East project in Cumberland County

The order requires Sunoco to schedule a public awareness meeting and pay a $1,000 fine.

By Rachel McDevitt

Attorney General says he’s investigating ‘more than a dozen’ criminal cases into oil and gas companies

Shapiro's probes are part of several involving shale gas industry
By Reid Frazier

Federal prosecutors investigating pipeline company in connection with Beaver County blast

U.S. Attorney in Pittsburgh issued subpoenas to Energy Transfer
By Reid Frazier

Updated: December 3, 2019 | 4:30 pm

Chester County DA charges Energy Transfer security manager, others in scheme to use constables for Mariner East pipeline security

Those charged include employees from the international security firm TigerSwan.
By Susan Phillips