Biodiesel leaked from Carteret, NJ terminal: Kinder Morgan

Reuters: About 238 barrels (some 10,000 gallons) of biodiesel leaked from Kinder Morgan Energy Partners' Carteret, New Jersey terminal after storm Sandy devastated the U.S. East Coast, the company said on Tuesday. The fuel spilled into nearby Rum Creek and reached the Arthur Kill waterway, which separates Staten Island in New York City from New Jersey. The spill "was contained within a day of the storm passing and recovery efforts have been completed", Kinder Morgan spokeswoman Emily Mir said in an......

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