Oil and gas agency says better regulations could have prevented Aliso Canyon gas leak
from Capital Public Radio
California oil and gas regulators say gaps in regulations, from years of dysfunction, helped allow the Aliso Canyon gas leak in Southern California. The state Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources has been criticized by environmental groups, the EPA and its own staff. An October self-audit found a pattern of lax oversight and shoddy and incomplete paperwork. Recent directors of the division have emphasized reforms.
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