Jan 22 (Reuters) – Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and
an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota
pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the
largest spill of its kind in the state’s history, officials
The leak, from a saltwater collection line owned by Summit
Midstream Partners LP approximately 15 miles north of
Williston, occurred sometime earlier this month and was reported
to state officials on Jan. 7.