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SoCalGas (Sempra Energy) Underground Gas Storage Field in Playa Del Rey, CA - Aerial

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Lurking below the surface of the Ballona Wetland is 7 to 8 Billion Cubic Feet of Natural Gas that SoCalGas (Sempra Energy) imports from Texas, Oklahoma and other areas.

The circumstances are very similar to Porter Ranch. Past History shows leaking oil wells have provided a pathway for these gases to migrate to the surface. 

Underground Gas Storage: Playa Vista - KNBC Burning Questions VIDEOS

 

BURNING QUESTIONS KNBC - IS PLAYA VISTA SAFE?
How reliable are Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety Inspections?

Part 1 - Methane Leakage / Dangers of Explosion            
https://youtu.be/c4O6jI2y_m4 

Part 2 - Proposed School Site Hot Spot                            
https://youtu.be/y_5PGSmEIj0​

Global Sustainability: Paris Summit - Premiere Screening of DEAR GOVERNOR BROWN

One story about California's 2015 Governor Brown in the newspaper LA Times today (December 12th, 2015) "Brown talks of drastic steps, perils at the Paris summit...and his legacy on climate" contains a quote worth considering "Instead of being a burden [climate change], it's really an opportunity to live lighter on the planet," he said during one event.

Underground Gas Pipeline Leaks: Cypress City Oil Pipeline Leaks - October 28, 2015

An underground oil pipeline under Cerritos Avenue in Cypress leaked oil upwards, through a road surface crack.  The street was closed Thursday night, due to the potential of explosive gas might be accumulated under the asphalt.  Backhoes rapidly removed the street's asphalt layer, for dozens of feet, following the oil trail under the asphalt. attempting to locate the pipe crack.

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