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Basic Details of Exxon Pipeline Spill Remain Unknown to Public

Basic Details of Exxon Pipeline Spill Remain Unknown to Public
Roughly four weeks after the spill took place, many basic details are still unknown to the public. Questions include what exactly caused the spill, how big was the spill exactly, and how long did it take for emergency responders to react to the spill, to name a few.
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The Dirty Business of Moving Oil: 13 Spills in 30 Days

The Dirty Business of Moving Oil: 13 Spills in 30 Days
In the past 30 days, the global oil industry has had 13 spills on three continents. And it's not just pipeline leaks. Oil has spilled offshore and on, at train derailments and during routine maintenance.
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As Their Oil Floods AR Neighborhoods, ExxonMobil Wins National Safety Award

As Their Oil Floods AR Neighborhoods, ExxonMobil Wins National Safety Award
The National Safety Council (NSC) honored Exxon Mobil with an award for “comprehensive commitment to safety excellence” at the same time that Exxon's Pegasus pipeline spewed an estimated 84,000 gallons of tar sands crude through the yards of residents in Mayflower, Arkansas.
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Exxon Has Solution to AR Oil Now in Wetlands: Paper Towels

Exxon Has Solution to AR Oil Now in Wetlands: Paper Towels
New photos and video from the Arkansas oil spill showing a scene so bad it's surreal. Oil is now in nearby Lake Conway's wetlands, either intentionally diverted by Exxon to keep it out of sight and away from the media.
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Exxon Oil Spill Continues to Devastate AR Community, Local Wildlife

Exxon Oil Spill Continues to Devastate AR Community, Local Wildlife
The thousands of barrels of tar sands oil which poured from a ruptured crude oil pipeline on Friday continue to devastate both man and beast alike in the community of Mayflower, Arkansas.
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Big Corporations Put Up Seed Funding for Republican Dark Money Group

Big Corporations Put Up Seed Funding for Republican Dark Money Group
A records request by ProPublica to the IRS turned up a list of the original funders of the group: Exxon, Pfizer, Time Warner, and other corporations put up at least 85 percent of the $1.3 million the foundation raised in the first year and a half of its existence, starting in 2003.
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