Columbia Gas Enters $53M Guilty Plea For Causing Merrimack Valley ExplosionsA utility company pleaded guilty Monday to causing a series of natural gas explosions in Massachusetts that killed one person and damaged dozens of homes.
Judge Hears Arguments In $143 Million Columbia Gas Explosions Settlement OfferFinal approval of a $143 million settlement in a lawsuit brought against Columbia Gas for the 2018 Merrimack Valley explosions is being considered by a judge.
Eversource To Purchase Columbia Gas Assets In Mass. For $1.1BEversource Energy has reached an agreement to purchase the natural gas assets of Columbia Gas for $1.1 billion.
Columbia Gas Will Pay $53M Fine For Merrimack Valley ExplosionsColumbia Gas of Massachusetts will pay a $53 million fine for its role in the deadly 2018 Merrimack Valley gas explosions.
Merrimack Valley Gas Explosion Victims Have Until End Of January To File Claims With Columbia GasThree town meetings will be held in Andover to help people file claims and answer questions.
Weather Blamed For Gas Leak In LawrenceColumbia Gas crews are working to fix a gas leak in Lawrence.
Lawrence Mayor Asks Court To Reject Columbia Gas Settlement In Merrimack Valley ExplosionsThe mayor said the settlement hands the lawyers in the case more than $44,000 per day.
Massachusetts Launches Investigation Into Merrimack Valley Gas DisasterMassachusetts officials are opening their own investigation into last September's Merrimack Valley natural gas disaster.
‘Weak Engineering Management’ Probable Cause Of Columbia Gas Explosions, NTSB SaysThe final NTSB report on last year’s Merrimack Valley gas explosions says the probable cause was Columbia Gas’ “weak engineering management.”
Columbia Gas Says It's On Target To Meet Deadline, Check Hundreds Of Gas LinesColumbia Gas has just two more days to check hundreds of gas lines or face a hefty fine.
Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions $143 Million Settlement Gets Preliminary ApprovalA judge has given preliminary approval to a $143 million settlement in a lawsuit brought against the utility blamed for a series of gas explosions in Massachusetts in September 2018.