The report has come out on the result of the Pennsylvania State Environmental Protection Agency investigation into the Chevron Gas well fire back in February. It was this blaze that killed worker Ian McKee, a 27-year-old field technician from Morganstown who worked for Cameron, a contractor for Chevron Gas. McKee and another worker were on the well pad site when something went disastrously wrong. The DEP reported that a well head assembly discharged an improperly secured lockpin. The report theorized that this malfunction is what may have caused the ignition and subsequent fire.
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