Pa.: Volatile byproducts sparked gas-well fire

Associated Press: AVELLA, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection says a company failed to properly manage flammable byproducts that caused a gas-well fire that injured three workers in February. Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. says it is working with government agencies and will abide by the department's March 21 order to properly store and manage condensate, a liquid byproduct. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review first reported the order on Friday. Agency spokeswoman Katy Gresh......

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