ExxonMobil steps up Yellowstone River cleanup

Reuters: ExxonMobil Corp's unit said it stepped up efforts to absorb the oil spilled from the ruptured pipeline in Montana and put more people at work to clean up the Yellowstone River. ExxonMobil Pipeline Co said it placed more than 9,000 feet of boom and almost 160,000 absorbent pads to clean up oil adjacent to the river. The company also added more people to its spill response team. On July 3, Exxon said it had shut down a crude oil pipeline after as many as 1,000 barrels of crude oil leaked into......

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