Utility expects to stop LA-area gas leak by late February

By REUTERS
January 19, 2016 06:37

 
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Southern California Gas Co expects to stop a Los Angeles-area natural gas leak by late February, possibly sooner, the company said on Monday, after previously indicating the job could take until late March.

Southern California Gas Co, a division of Sempra Energy , also said in a statement it will take the leaking well out of service permanently after a relief well reaches the leak and stops it.

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