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Keystone Pipeline Spills More Than 350K Gallons of Crude Oil Into North Dakota Wetlands



Keystone Pipeline in North Dakota | Keystone Pipeline Spills More Than 350K Gallons of Crude Oil Into North Dakota Wetlands | featured

The Keystone pipeline has spilled hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil into North Dakota this week, according the state Department of Environmental Quality's division of water quality.

The pipeline has leaked roughly 383,000 gallons of crude oil, impacting an estimated half-acre of wetland, according to reports.

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  • Henry42 says:

    So, 383,000+ gallons, 1/2 acre? That somehow doesn’t add up right, imho. Makes me wonder. I see the cause has not been determined yet, too, but the pipeline is being blamed. That doesn’t add up, either.

  • Russell says:

    That’s my feelings exactly. Sounds like more fake news to me!

  • The professor says:

    They must’ve used a Democratic welder to weld the pipe together if they used a Republican welder it wouldn’t leak

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