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Nebraska’s Keystone XL decision won’t hinge on Thursday’s 210,000-gallon spill.
A 2011 Nebraska law prevents state regulators from taking pipeline ... to contact several hundred woman and collect samples of groundwater and tap water from homes near flooded Superfund sites. As he told Nature: “The kind of work we’re doing ...
Environmental groups said that Nebraska officials should consider the spill a “stark warning.” Just one problem: They can’tA 2011 Nebraska law prevents state regulators from taking pipeline safety or possible leaks into account in their decisions — a rule that Nebraska’s Public Service Commission plans to abide by.
The spill is not Keystone’s first, but it is its largest — the 18th biggest spill in the U.Soverall since 2010, according to government dataAnd it’s possible the 210,000-gallon figure could still rise, given that oil companies often revise their initial estimates to be significantly higher.
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