Exxon says it has completed cleanup of soil from Arkansas pipeline spill

Exxon Mobil (XOM) has submitted a report to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality saying it has completed the cleanup of soil stemming from last year's oil spill in Arkansas.

XOM is offering to perform weekly sheen monitoring and sheen removal at a cove and to do the same within 48 hours after rainfall; XOM also will replace booms that absorb oil from the water at least every three months.

XOM's Pegasus pipeline ruptured last March, spilling thousands of barrels of oil in the community ~30 miles northwest of Little Rock and forcing the company to shut down the entire pipeline which runs from Illinois to the Texas Gulf coast.

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