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Jay Olaguer discusses the environmental impact of oil flowing through and being stored around the Houston area. “These are not obvious events. They’re basically invisible vapors,” says Olaguer.
“It turned out when we superimposed a graphics based on the existing pipeline database over our findings, oh, we see these huge spikes right on top of the pipeline system,” said Jay Olaguer on the findings in three Houston communities.
Air quality monitors in and around Houston averaged 81 parts per billion of ozone in 2015 according to state data analyzed by HARC.