Christina Sames

Vice President Operations and Engineering, American Gas Association

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Vice President Operations and Engineering at the American Gas Association

Christina Sames on KCRW

Last week a  natural gas explosion  killed at least 4 people, injured many more and destroyed more than 37 homes in a quiet neighborhood of San Bruno, a suburb of San Francisco.

How Safe Are America's Natural-Gas Pipelines?

Last week a natural gas explosion killed at least 4 people, injured many more and destroyed more than 37 homes in a quiet neighborhood of San Bruno, a suburb of San Francisco.

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After  last week's devastating explosion  in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno killed at least four people, two mayors in New Jersey opposed natural-gas projects in their cities.

How Safe Are America's Natural-Gas Pipelines?

After last week's devastating explosion in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno killed at least four people, two mayors in New Jersey opposed natural-gas projects in their cities.

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