Crude oil leak, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Edmonton North Terminal, Sherwood Park, Alberta, 20 March 2017 .: TU3-8/17-0019E-PDF
"On 20 March 2017, at approximately 1445 Mountain Daylight Time, Enbridge Pipelines Inc. discovered traces of crude oil on the water surface in an unnamed creek that runs through the company’s Edmonton North Terminal. The source of the product leak was identified to be a 3-inch ball valve from nearby Tank 7. An estimated 10 cubic metres of product was released into the tank’s secondary containment berm, of which approximately 3 cubic metres was released from the berm into the creek by way of the berm storm water drainage system. The released product did not reach the North Saskatchewan River. The entire product was recovered. There were no injuries and no evacuation was required"--Summary.
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|Department/Agency||Transportation Safety Board of Canada.|
|Title||Crude oil leak, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Edmonton North Terminal, Sherwood Park, Alberta, 20 March 2017 .|
|Series title||Pipeline investigation report ; P17H0019|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Fuite de pétrole brut, Pipelines Enbridge Inc., Terminal Edmonton North, Sherwood Park (Alberta), 20 mars 2017. |
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Gatineau, QC : Transportation Safety Board of Canada, c2017.|
|Description||iii, 28 p. : maps, photos|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Pipelines |
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