Two more oil spills caused by flooding in Colorado

Associated Press: A total of 27,000 gallons of oil - the equivalent of about two storage tanks - have been spilled into the South Platte River from flood-damaged tanks as of Monday. The latest spills are a 36 barrel release at a Noble Energy location between Evans and LaSalle and a 26 barrel spill at an Anadarko Petroleum site near Johnstown, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission said. About 1,300 wells remained shut down because of the flooding, down from 1,900 last week. In its update, the commission......

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