ExxonMobil pipe leaks oil into Yellowstone River in US Aerial view of Yellowstone River oil leak An ExxonMobil pipeline in the US state of Montana has ruptured, leaking hundreds of barrels of crude oil into the Yellowstone River, officials say. The...
Leader Post Online
An oil pipeline in northwestern U.S. state Montana has ruptured and spilled crude oil into the Yellowstone River, a key tourist attraction in the region that runs through a famed national park, the pipeline operator acknowledged late Saturday.
The Jakarta Post
An ExxonMobil pipeline that runs under the Yellowstone River in Montana ruptured Saturday and leaked hundreds of barrels of oil into the waterway, causing a 25-mile (40-kilometer) plume that fouled the riverbank and forced municipalities and...
International Business Times
The 12-inch pipeline ruptured on Friday night, 150 miles downstream from the Yellowstone National Park dumping up to 42,000 gallons of crude oil. The leak was detected by Exxon on Saturday morning and was shut down within seven minutes according to...
Mont. (AP) — An ExxonMobil pipeline that runs under the Yellowstone River near Billings in south-central Montana ruptured and dumped an unknown amount of oil into the waterway, prompting temporary evacuations along the river Saturday morning.
A contractor for ExxonMobil tends to an oil containment boom along the Yellowstone River near Laurel, Mont., after a pipeline that runs under the river ruptured. The pipeline break was contained early Saturday morning but the spill stretched over...