Oil spills in flood-hit Colorado raise concerns over industry regulation

Al Jazeera: At least two large oil spills have been confirmed in the wake of Colorado's historic floods -- with almost 20,000 gallons of oil being spilled into Colorado rivers -- raising fears of contamination and questions about the regulation of the state's growing oil and gas industry. On Wednesday, Anadarko Petroleum Corp. said that a 5,000 gallon tank had spilled oil into the South Platte River near the town of Millikin in flood-ravaged Weld County -- the most heavily drilled county in the state, with......

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