Currently being investigated all the circumstances of the incident.
About 200 thousand liters (70.6 per ton) of oil spilled into the ground because of an accident on the oil pipeline in the Central canadian province of Saskatchewan.
The leak occurred near the settlement of the indigenous inhabitants of Canada’s Stoughton in the South-East of the province. About the causes of the accident on the pipeline, owned by Tundra Energy Marketing Inc., not reported. It is known that 170 thousand liters of oil have already been collected. In the area of the accident, according to local authorities, the environmental situation remains normal.
The accident occurred on Friday, January 20, but the media found out about it only on Monday. Currently being investigated all the circumstances of the incident.
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