Response continues at Lisburne spill
Quarter acre of frozen discharge remains while team waits for engineers to ensure that pressure has dropped in leaking pipeline
The spill response crew has removed about 80 cubic yards of oil-misted snow from a half-acre area around the site of a pipeline leak in the Lisburne field on Alaska’s North Slope, and is waiting for the go-ahead to work closer to the site of the leak, to remove snow contaminated with a mixture of oi....
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