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Cleanup operations were continuing at the site of a spill of crude oil
on remote rural property near Torbert LA, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company
The oil from the North Line crude pipeline was contained in the
immediate area and recovery efforts began on Sunday. Crews used vacuum
trucks to recover the oil. Additional resources will be available on
Monday as necessary.
There were no injuries. Air quality monitoring was conducted in the
impacted area and confirmed no danger to the public. Additional air
monitoring will continue.
“ExxonMobil Pipeline Company regrets that this spill has occurred and we
apologize for any disruption or inconvenience,” said Karen Tyrone,
southern operations manager. “Our crews will be on location until the
cleanup has been completed. Fortunately the oil was contained in the
immediate area which will enhance our recovery efforts.”
The cleanup is being coordinated with local authorities, including the
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. Notification to the
Environmental Protection Agency and other agencies has taken place.
The cause of the spill was under investigation.
A preliminary estimate of approximately 1,900 barrels of oil was
provided to regulatory authorities. An early spill volume estimate is
required to support planning of response efforts by regulatory agencies
and other responders. Once the incident investigation is complete, the
spill volume estimate will be updated.
The North Line is a 22-inch pipeline which originates in St. James,
Louisiana and carries crude oil to the northern part of Louisiana. The
pipeline was shut down after a loss in pressure was identified on
Customers have been notified and efforts are under way to minimize any
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