Anadarko Petroleum said it inspected and tested pipelines connected to the wells before returning them to service.
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Some council members still have concerns, but there don't appear to be the votes for a sunset clause. A final vote is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 30.
It's one of seven steps recommended by state regulators who reviewed oil and gas operations at Hickenlooper's direction after the explosion.
Anadarko Petroleum said late Friday the pipelines that failed the test are being repaired and will be re-tested.
Friday was the deadline for companies to test those lines for leaks, and about 9,500 test results had been made public by mid-day.
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