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Exxon restarts part of Louisiana pipeline after spill

05.08.2012  | 

ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. has restarted part of its North Line oil pipeline in Louisiana, which was shut down April 28 because of a leak, Reuters reported Monday citing a spokeswoman. The stretch of North Line affected by the leak, northwest of Baton Rouge, remained shut, according to the company.

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ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. has restarted part of its North Line oil pipeline in Louisiana, which was shut down April 28 because of a leak, Reuters reported Monday citing a spokeswoman.

"Over the weekend, ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. restarted the portion of the North Line crude pipeline which runs from St. James, Louisiana, to Anchorage, Louisiana," Claire Hassett told Reuters in an email.

The stretch of North Line affected by the leak, northwest of Baton Rouge, remained shut, Reuters reported Hassett as saying.

ExxonMobile Pipeline is a unit of ExxonMobil.
Dow Jones Newswires



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