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Pennsylvania officials say testing shows that radiation levels aren't above normal near the site of a recent Chevron natural gas well fire.
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Work is set to begin mid-March on the $13.6 million second phase of work at the U.S. Highway 90 and Mississippi 63 and 611 interchange in Jackson County.
Crews have replaced and secured the head of a third natural gas well in southwestern Pennsylvania near two others that caught fire, killing a worker last month.
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Chevron says crews have capped the second southwestern Pennsylvania gas well that caught fire earlier this month.
Crews have capped a southwestern Pennsylvania gas well that exploded and caught fire earlier this month, killing a worker, Chevron says.
The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will likely take until Tuesday to cap two southwestern Pennsylvania gas wells involved in a fatal explosion.
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The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will take until next week for workers to finish capping a southwestern Pennsylvania well that exploded into fire earlier this month.
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The small, rural town of Bobtown, Pa., was rocked last Tuesday after a Chevron fracking well exploded, presumably killing one worker and igniting a large fire that burned for several days.
Chevron is drawing criticism on social media for giving out free pizza coupons to people who live near a Pennsylvania gas well that exploded and burned for days, leaving one worker missing and presumed dead.
A natural gas well fire that injured one worker and left another unaccounted for has gone out, company officials said.