Keystone pipeline temporarily shutdown due to South Dakota spill
News agencies are reporting that TransCanada has shutdown the Keystone pipeline due to small spill that occurred on Saturday afternoon near Freeman, South Dakota. TransCanada is in the process of cleaning up the spill and is investigating the source of the incident. The company says it has found no significant damage to the environment but did not give a timeline for restart.
The Keystone pipeline carries oil from Alberta to refineries in Illinois and Oklahoma.