SOUTHEAST TEXAS PIPELINES RECOVERING FROM FLOOD

A.D. Koen Senior Editor-News All but a handful of pipelines crossing the San Jacinto River east of Houston last week had restored at least partial service after flood related outages in Southeast Texas. Operations had been halted voluntarily Oct. 20 on about 50 lines at the request of the Texas Railroad Commission (TRC) when high water cut a new channel as much as 16 ft deep across the San Jacinto's floodplain north of Interstate Highway 10 (1-10), damaging several pipelines and causing

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