Pipeline Spills Articles

  • North Dakota Pipeline Release Data Collection and Communication - Case Study

    Challenge A North Dakota pipeline released an estimated 21,000 bbls of crude oil. Antea Group was challenged by the client to assemble a team of specialists capable of effectively and efficiently collecting and communicating extent and migration data to key stakeholders. Due to the magnitude of the spill, spatial and environmental data needed to be collected electronically to ...

    By Antea Group - USA

  • Milford Haven Gas Pipeline

    Huckbody Environmental provided the Environmental Manager to the Client, National Grid for the Milford Haven Gas Pipelines Project, from 2006 to 2008. The role involved site based supervision of all Contractors for 220km of 48 inch/1220mm gas pipeline; document approvals; Government Agency, National Park & NGO liaison; HSE site inspections and audits; contract compliance/assurance to ISO ...

    By Huckbody Environmental

  • Pipeline safety action plan

    According to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, more than 2.5 million miles of pipelines are responsible for delivering oil and gas to communities and businesses across the United States. Much of the pipeline network is old and in a state of disrepair. The Obama Administration launched on April 4, 2011, a national pipeline safety initiative to repair and replace aging pipelines to prevent ...

    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Gasoline pipeline break - Sun Pipeline Company

    LOCATION: Southeastern, PennsylvaniaPROJECT DATE:  November, 1984 to October, 1991CLIENT:  Sun Pipe Line Company BACKGROUND: A pipeline break resulted in the spill of 100,000 gallons of gasoline to a highly fractured shale aquifer. A number of private drinking water wells were affected. In excess of 10 homeowners were forced to vacate due to gasoline vapors in their homes. Producing ...

    By Terra Systems, Inc. (TSI)

  • Things are heating up in the not so frozen North

    The publication of a US Geological Survey (USGS) on potential fossil fuel resources beneath the shrinking polar ice cap has highlighted what could become the next great play in the global energy market. Circumpolar countries are already staking overlapping territorial claims to this vast territory and the prospect of a new polar sea route between Asia and Europe has reignited Canada-US tensions ...

    By GLOBE Foundation

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