Alberta's Energy Regulator Assessing Pipeline Leak in Southwestern Alberta

CBC News, March 20, 2017

Alberta's Energy Regulator (AER) is assessing the severity of an oil pipeline leak that occurred in southwestern Alberta last week.  Husky Energy reported the spill at Cox Hill Creek on Thursday, March 16th around 3 p.m. AER spokeswoman Monica Hermary said the pipeline was shut and depressurized on Thursday following the discovery.  It is unclear how much oil was leaked at this point and the cause of spill is under investigation.


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