Most of the 30,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the once-pristine Yellowstone River Jan. 17 from Bridger Pipeline’s breached oil pipeline will remain in the river, federal and Montana regulators said. Earlier this month, Montana Department of Environmental Quality spokeswoman Jeni Flatow told the Casper Star Tribune that they didn’t expect to recover much of the oil, even though a break-up of the ice was imminent. There was simply too much ice concealing the oil and making recovery near impossible. This week, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official Paul Peronard said that the response to the oil spill has ... Read More
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