Quantcast

Exxon seeks to use trucks to haul oil after pipeline break - KSBY.com | San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Area News

Exxon seeks to use trucks to haul oil after pipeline break

Posted: Updated:
 SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) - An oil company is seeking to use tanker trucks to haul oil through Santa Barbara County while the pipeline that spilled crude into the ocean last month is out of commission.
    
The Los Angeles Times reports that Exxon Mobil officials on Thursday told county officials they want to use a fleet of 5,000-gallon tankers.
    
Kevin Drude, head of the county's energy division, says the company proposes to have trucks use U.S. 101 at a frequency of eight trucks per hour, 24 hours a day, every day.
    
Exxon Mobil normally moves crude from three offshore platforms through more than 10 miles of pipeline owned by Plains All American Pipeline. The flow has stopped since the pipe ruptured on May 19.
    
A decision on the request could be made by Monday.
    
___
    
Information from: Los Angeles Times, http://www.latimes.com/

(Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

WEATHER
Doppler Radar
  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Highway 101 closure in Montecito to last another week

    Highway 101 closure in Montecito to last another week

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 7:16 AM EST2018-01-16 12:16:20 GMT
    Work continued Monday on Highway 101 in the Montecito area. (KSBY)Work continued Monday on Highway 101 in the Montecito area. (KSBY)

    Caltrans says it hopes to have some sort of timeline Monday on when Highway 101 may reopen in the Montecito area.

    Caltrans says it hopes to have some sort of timeline Monday on when Highway 101 may reopen in the Montecito area.

  • Parents suspected of keeping kids chained in California home

    Parents suspected of keeping kids chained in California home

    Monday, January 15 2018 5:51 PM EST2018-01-15 22:51:02 GMT
    Authorities say an emaciated teenager led deputies to a California home where her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, with some of them malnourished and chained to beds.
    Authorities say an emaciated teenager led deputies to a California home where her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, with some of them malnourished and chained to beds.
  • Lawsuit filed on behalf of Montecito mudslide victims

    Lawsuit filed on behalf of Montecito mudslide victims

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:47 PM EST2018-01-16 23:47:13 GMT

    Southern California Edison (SCE) and the Montecito Water District (MWD) are named in a lawsuit over the mudslides in Montecito that occurred following the Thomas Fire. 

    Southern California Edison (SCE) and the Montecito Water District (MWD) are named in a lawsuit over the mudslides in Montecito that occurred following the Thomas Fire. 

Powered by Frankly

© KSBY.com 2018, KSBY.com
A CORDILLERA COMMUNICATIONS Station
All rights reserved
Privacy Policy, | Terms of Service, and Ad Choices

Can't find something?