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Dakota Access pipeline leaks 84 gallons of oil in SD | TheHill


Dakota Access pipeline leaks 84 gallons of oil in SD | TheHill: The oil was captured by absorbent material at the site and put back into the pipeline, officials said. The state won’t fine the pipeline’s operator because the spill was reported and properly cleaned up.

A spokesperson for developer Energy Transfer Partners told Dakota Media Group that the malfunction occurred during the process of filling the pipeline with oil.

That line-fill process should be completed by June 1, when the 1,170-mile pipeline is due to enter into service.

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