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Concerns About Transparency Over Keystone Pipeline Oil Spill

By Gordon HopkinsRestricted airspace over the site of the oil spill into Mill Creek near Washington, Kansas, remains in place. The no-fly zone was set to expire on Tuesday, December 27, but has been extended once again, this time to Saturday, December 31. Expiration of the restricted airspace has been extended several times since a leak from the Keystone Pipeline first released an estimated 14,000 barrels, or 588,000 gallons, of crude oil on December 7, 2022.A number of early news reports featured photos and video taken from a drone flying over the site. As of now, the site remains off-limits to the public.FJN reached out to TC Energy, the c...

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