Gas pipeline to Las Vegas resumes operating after shutdown… But be sure it will happen again…

Fuel lines from Los Angeles to Vegas, Phoenix shut by leak
Fuel lines from Los Angeles to Vegas, Phoenix shut by leak. via Youtube video

Over the weekend, a leak in a fuel pipeline facility in California forced a shutdown of deliveries of gasoline and diesel from the Los Angeles area east to areas including Las Vegas and Phoenix.

You can read people complaining on Facebook about waiting lines (of up to 20 minutes), price hikes and gas stations running out of Diesel and Gasoline…

The gas pipeline is now operating again… But be sure it will happen again…

A leak discovered in a gas pipeline that runs between Los Angeles and Las Vegas has led to a state of emergency in Nevada as state and local officials rush to stem possible shortages.

The leak, discovered at a pumping station in a city near Los Angeles, has forced several associated fuel lines to shut down. Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, which operates the pipeline, said that the cause for the leak is currently unknown and that an investigation is underway.

“There are no injuries or fire reported as a result of this incident,” Kinder Morgan said.

In a separate statement, spokesperson Katherine Hill said the pipelines are expected to “resume operations this afternoon and begin delivering fuel to their respective market areas later today.”

It’s unclear how large the leak is.

Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo (R) declared a state of emergency Saturday, saying in a statement that it would allow the state to “receive federal waivers and resources … [and] increase transportation of fuel by other means during this time.”

“To avoid any unnecessary shortages, I strongly urge all Las Vegas residents to avoid panic buying while awaiting repair timeline updates,” he added.

In Clark County, which includes Las Vegas, an emergency declaration was issued Saturday morning to expand avenues for delivering fuel into the area.

“This leak has not impacted the supply of fuel, but rather the method in which this fuel normally comes into Southern Nevada,” the county said in a statement posted on Twitter.

“This declaration allows for our region to leave no stone unturned as we seek to continue to provide unleaded and diesel fuel to our residents as well as our emergency response providers.”

In Nye County, Nevada, officials said Saturday afternoon that systems were “coming back online.”

“Fuel should be flowing within the next few hours. Residents are encouraged to delay fuel purchases if possible to allow supply to refill due to recent panic purchasing.”

It’s not the first time a Kinder Morgan pipeline has had a leak.

The company was fined $2.5 million after a ruptured oil pipeline in 2020 leaked large amounts of gasoline into a water channel in Walnut Creek, California, The Mercury News reports.

A Kinder Morgan pipeline in Wood River, Illinois, also had a gas spill after prolonged frigid conditions last year, per Fox 2. [Axios]

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  1. Perhaps not a false flag. Ground is in motion everywhere. Lots of broken pipes and such going on. Most likely the true culprit.

    • Gary,

      1906 the SF quake, most of the after quake damage was from broken gas line fires. You probably already know that, but think about the future quakes NM/California faults. Could be why they are trying to ban gas stoves in a round about way?

  2. We are in windows of false flag operations world wide… Iran , North Korea and China , Russia, and so on? News changes by hour hour?

  3. We had gas lines back in 1977-1978 if I remember. Sometimes a hour or two wait in line. I remember running out of gas in line and pushing my car to the pump a few feet at a times as line moved. Gas was around .62¢ a gallon back then.

    • A burried 200 gallon gas tank and hand pump for my yard would be nice. If an EMP ever hits, nothing will work for a long time. Gas stations, ATM, other vital infrastructure. 90% of people will die. It will be game over. That is why having spare gas handy will be a good prep.

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