TC Energy shuts Keystone pipeline after oil spill into Kansas creek
Summary by Ground NewsCanada's TC Energy said on Thursday it had shut its Keystone pipeline, crimping the flow of Canadian oil to U.S. refineries after a spill into a Kansas creek, and it was unclear how long the closure would last.
Published 4 months ago
Keystone pipeline shut after 14,000-barrel oil spill in Kansas
Canada's TC Energy shut its U.S. Keystone pipeline after more than 14,000 barrels of crude oil spilled into a creek in Kansas, in one of the largest crude spills in the United States in nearly a decade.
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Keystone pipeline shut after oil release into Kansas creek
The size and scope of the oil spill caused by the Keystone pipeline Wednesday remains unknown, but analysts say Canadian crude could suffer a significant price impact if the pipeline is shut down for more than a few days.
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Data: Kansas oil spill biggest in Keystone history
A ruptured pipe dumped enough oil this week into a northeastern Kansas creek to nearly fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool, becoming the largest onshore crude pipeline spill in nine years, according to federal data. (Dec. 9)
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