Keystone Pipeline Spill in North Dakota Leaked 383,000 Gallons of Oil

Image Credit: Walsh County Emergency Management
Nov 01, 2019

In North Dakota, the Keystone pipeline remains idled, after the TC Energy company — formerly known as TransCanada — said a rupture this week spilled over 380-thousand gallons of crude oil in a rural wetland. The spill came as the Environmental Protection Agency moved to roll back Obama-era regulations meant to prevent toxic heavy metals from coal ash from leaching into groundwater.

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