Oklahoma Natural Gas Possibly At Fault For 2018 Pipeline Explosion


Tuesday, August 13th 2019, 7:45 pm
By: News On 6


The Oklahoma Corporation Commission says Oklahoma Natural Gas is likely at fault for a pipeline explosion that rocked part of Tulsa earlier this year.

The incident report says ONG installed new parts on a 61-year-old line near 21st and Memorial. The report says the new parts weren't set up correctly to work with the older parts.

That caused a huge explosion in January. No one was seriously hurt. 

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