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03/20/2000
SpillsA gasoline spillof 12,000 bbl was contained Mar. 10 about 10 miles north of Greenville, Tex., after leaking from a pipeline owned by Explorer Pipeline Co., Tulsa. Explorer had removed and replaced the 170-ft section of damaged pipe and refilled the line by Mar. 15, said Explorer Pres. and CEO Scott Van Dyke. Late last week, the firm received clearance from the US Department of Transportation to restart the system at a reduced level. Explorer had shut down the 28-in., 700,000 b/d southern section of the Houston-to-Tulsa pipeline after finding the leak Mar. 9. The spill occurred in a rural area, and no injuries were reported. The National Transportation Safety Board is examining the s...
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