Part of Keystone pipeline restarts after leak in northern Kansas

This photo by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency shows oil from the recent Keystone Pipeline spill seeping into Mill Creek, a small tributary of the Kansas River, in northern Kansas on Friday, Dec. 9.


The Keystone pipeline restarted in part following last week’s 14,000 barrel crude oil leak into a creek in northern Kansas.

An investigation has yet to determine the cause of the leak but a federal report revealed the operator received a 2017 special exemption that allowed the line to operate at pressures above the standard reported the Kansas City Star.

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