Indiana fined NIPSCO $900,000, touted by state officials as the largest in the state’s history, for failing to locate its almost-18,000 miles of gas pipelines in a two-day period.  According to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, NIPSCO didn’t reflect any urgency in updating its gas line mapping or performance metrics, necessary in preventing accidental line ruptures.  NIPSCO agreed to the ruling and is “committed to making improvements in the areas identified by the Commission.”