With a total of 479 reports during 2016, there was more than one accident a day, or an average of nine accidents per week. These were just the accidents that were reported.
The catastrophic accident pace continues: 78 accidents in first two weeks of February. Read the full report below.
There were 166 petrochemical accident reports in January 2017.
The terrible accident history of Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Bayou Brigde Pipeline, is just another reason it should not be built.
Read the No Bayou Bridge Pipeline Report here.
The 144 pipeline accidents in Louisiana are further proof that the oil and gas infrastructure is falling apart.
Download the latest Petrochemical Accidents Update 11.18.16 to 12.1.16.pdf
Download the latest Petrochemical Accidents Update 11.4.16 to 11.17.16.pdf
Download the latest Petrochemical Accident Update 10.21.16 to 11.3.16.pdf
Download the latest Petrochemical Accidents Update!
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