“About 100 litres” of crude oil was reported to the B.C. Ministry of Environment & Climate Change as having spilled from a flow meter at pipeline facility and gone to ground at the Trans Mountain pipeline’s Darfield Station at 5 a.m on May 28th 2018. The pipeline was shut down temporarily and reactivated after inspections at 3:20 pm the same day. None of the oil left the facility and cleanup crews were sent.
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|Date||May 28th 2018|
100 Litres Crude Oil
Kinder Morgan Canada
|Environmental impact||No waterways were affected, and the spilt material was contained to the station property, according to the B.C. Ministry of Environment & Climate Change|