The Canadian Press

2016-07-26 | Saskatchewan Oil Spill

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It appears Husky Energy knew something was amiss with one of its oil pipelines about 14 hours before the Saskatchewan government was notified. An incident report says Husky discovered a pipeline leak on the south shore of the North Saskatchewan River around 8 p-m last Wednesday. The provincial government was not told of the spill near Maidstone until around 10:30 the next morning. Company vice-president Al Pate says he can't explain why it took so long. (Husky estimates up to 250-thousand litres of oil spilled.)

Date: 2016-07-26
Placeline: MELFORT, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 6 seconds

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