Bomb threat at Devon gas plant in Bridgeport, Texas

This morning there was a bomb threat at the Devon gas plant in Bridgeport, Texas. The gas plant has been evacuated. There was a bomb threat or an explosion in the late 90s or early 2000 something at this facility.

NBC5 report.

This facility recently received a violation of the Clean Air Act from the EPA. That is a serious violation.

On August 30, 2012, Devon Gas Service, L.P., Bridgeport Gas Plant Facility in Bridgeport, Texas was issued a letter and an order for a violation of the Clean Air Act. The violation found consists of an unpermitted release of an extremely hazardous substance; specifically, methane.

 

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  1. says

    I wonder what could blow up at a wind turbine or solar panel infrastructure? Sing with me now…”Old school fossil fuels stink, makes a few rich and all of us extinct”.