Erosion played a role in Nebraskan oil spill
Over the weekend, two Magellan pipelines, located in southeast Nebraska, were involved in a petroleum spill, leaking about 2,834 barrels of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel, reports a spokesman for Magellan Midstream Partners.
The spill occurred when a bulldozer that was removing trees and brush from the nearby land drove over the exposed pipes, creating a leak. When the pipeline was constructed in the early 1950s they were placed well below the surface, but due to soil erosion over the decades, the pipes became exposed and vulnerable for leakage.
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