Two Oil Spills Reported in Western North Dakota

Associated Press: Health officials say two oil spills have been reported in western North Dakota, the largest of them involving nearly 300 barrels. The North Dakota Department of Health said one spill was reported at a well site about eight miles east of Williston. Some of the 300 barrels of crude oil released sprayed off the location onto agricultural land. Zavanna, LLC owns that site. The company said about 295 barrels have been recovered from within the storage tank containment dike. The second spill was reported......

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