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Chevron ordered to halt oil spill into California canyon

Seattle Times Sunday, 14 July 2019
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California regulators say Chevron has not done enough to stop a massive oil spill that dumped about 800,000 gallons of crude oil and water into a Kern County canyon, and they want the company to take further action to halt the flow. The seep out of the ground where Chevron injects […]
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News video: Kern County Canyon oil spill

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NEW DETAILS IN A MASSIVE OIL SPILL IN THE KERN COUNTY CANYON... STATE REGULATORS ARE CALLING OUT CHEVRON THIS MORNING SAYING THE COMPANY HAS NOT DONE ENOUGH TO PREVENT FUTURE SPILLS FROM OCCURING

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