Cove Where Exxon Oil Has Been Found Is Part of Lake Conway

InsideClimate: When ExxonMobil's Pegasus pipeline ruptured on March 29, the company announced that no oil had leaked into Lake Conway, a major recreational reservoir just nine-tenths of a mile from the spill site in central Arkansas. Some oil had spilled into a "cove adjacent to" the lake, the company said, but "Lake Conway remains oil free," according to news releases Exxon issued as recently as April 5 [3]. That position has sparked a debate over where Lake Conway—one of Arkansas' premier fishing spots—begins......

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