Oil Spilled Into Ecuador’s Rivers Reaches Peru

Environment News Service: Oil spilled from Petroecuador`s Trans-Ecuador pipeline after a May31 landslide in the Andean foothills has reached the Peruvian Amazon. The landslide that destroyed a 330-foot section of the pipeline is blamed on heavy rain in the province of Sucumbios near the El Reventador Volcano, one of Ecuador`s most active volcanoes. Oil spill caused when a landslide damaged the Trans-Ecuador pipeline near the El Reventador volcano, June 4, 2013. (Photo courtesy Petroecuador) The broken pipeline spilled......

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