Pegasus pipeline

Two major lawsuits have been filed, one of which - the class-action suit referred to as the "Lake Conway Class" - claims Exxon's spill was a massive 27,000 barrels/1.1 million gallons in size and also says this was the 14th spill of the Pegasus line in its history. The other one - lead by the EPA and the Arkansas AG - is seeking possible billions in reparations from ExxonMobil for gross violations of the Clean Water Act and other similar AR state-level laws. Read more...
Video: Two months after Exxon's Pegasus pipeline ruptured and spewed tar sands oil into an Arkansas subdivision and nearby lake...life in Mayflower is still far from back to normal. Read more...
It’s been over five weeks since ExxonMobil’s Pegasus pipeline burst beneath a Mayflower, Arkansas subdivision, spilling diluted bitumen born of tar sands throughout the neighborhood. Five weeks later, and still the air carries noxious fumes. Residents complain of headaches, nausea, and worse. Read more...
Watch: Concerned citizens from the site of Exxon's Arkansas oil spill hired an independent analysis of the water and air there just as residents face growing health concerns. Read more...
Arkansas' Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has contracted out the "independent analysis of the cleanup" of the ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill to Witt O'Brien's, a firm with a history of oil spill cover-ups, a DeSmogBlog investigation reveals. Read more...

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Exxon power-washes spilled tar sands oil into an area wetlands; A 22-foot gash was discovered in the ruptured Pegasus pipeline; Documents suggest that Exxon may have known something was wrong with the pipeline hours earlier than claimed; Exxon's lobbyists attempt to re-write history while the corporation tries to win over the community with its checkbook and health problems emerge in the area. Read more...
The latest news, video footage and photographs from the Pegasus tar sands oil spill in Mayflower, Arkansas. Read more...
The Exxon Pegasus pipeline, which was shut down on March 29 after a rupture was detected in an Arkansas residential area, will need to be excavated as the company looks to determine what caused a massive oil leak. Read more...
An Exxon crude oil pipeline ruptured in a Mayflower, Arkansas subdivision on Friday, forcing the evacuation of 40 homes. Read more...