Chevron told to close pipeline after second oil spill in Salt Lake City

The temporary closure, ordered by the U.S. Department of Transportation, comes after two spills in six months. The first leak spewed 800 gallons, the most recent 500 gallons. It’s not quite the Gulf Coast, but Salt Lake City has developed a persistent problem with oil spills. The federal Department of Transportation ordered Chevron this week to temporarily close a pipeline running through the city after the second spill there in six months.

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Chevron told to close pipeline after second oil spill in Salt Lake City

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