Williams County pipeline spilled produced water, propylene glycol
WILLIAMS COUNTY, N.D. (KUMV)- Environmental Quality experts are inspecting the cleanup of a produced water and antifreeze spill from a pipeline in Williams County.
The Hess Corporation says the spill happened about two miles north of Ray on December 5.
Oil workers found it during a pipeline pressure test, when workers were using propylene glycol as an antifreeze.
A report from the Department of Environmental Quality says 186 barrels of the antifreeze and 106 barrels of produced water spilled and impacted agricultural land.
Copyright 2022 KFYR. All rights reserved.