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� Pipeline breach spills 200,000 litres of crude oil on Ocean Man First Nation


� Pipeline breach spills 200,000 litres of crude oil on Ocean Man First Nation: [] The Ministry of the Environment was notified late on Friday, January 21st of the leak. The pipeline was shut down upon discovery of the breach, and Tundra Energy Marketing Inc. is leading cleanup efforts at this point.

A press release issued by the Saskatchewan government noted that the oil spilled onto agricultural land, and that the spill site is a low-lying area that contains a frozen slough. The spill is fully contained within the location and the oil is not entering any creeks or streams.

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