Colonial Pipeline makes repairs

May 1998
Pipeline & Gas Journal;May98, Vol. 225 Issue 5, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that Colonial Pipeline Co. was able to repair a leak in its 36-inch main pipeline in Texas that had forced the firm to shut down its service on February 23, 1998. Cause of the leak; Contractor for the repair.


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