Exxon Mobil Promises to Cover Oil Spill Cleanup Costs in Arkansas

CNN: Exxon Mobil will pay all of the costs related to last week's oil spill in an Arkansas neighborhood, a company spokesman said Wednesday. Between 3,500 and 5,000 barrels of heavy crude leaked from a ruptured pipeline -- not 12,000 barrels, as previously reported, according to Exxon Mobil spokesman Alan Jeffers. The company has no timeline yet for when the cleanup around the two dozen homes in a Mayflower, Arkansas, subdivision would be completed, Jeffers said. Excavation of the contaminated......

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