One hundred litres of crude oil spilled from a Trans Mountain station north of Kamloops Sunday morning.
The provincial Ministry of Environment said a flow metre has leaked about 100 litres of crude oil into the ground at the Darfield station.
In a statement, Kinder Morgan said that crews were on site to cleanup "medium crude blend" that had spilled from "station piping".
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In a statement, Kinder Morgan said it was alerted to an operational disruption through its internal safety system in the early hours of Sunday morning.
MONTREAL | Several organizations are planning to gather Sunday afternoon, in the Quartier des Spectacles, in Montréal, in order to protest once more against the planned expansion of the pipeline, Trans Mountain, in Alberta and British Columbia.
Following the inspections, the Trans Mountain Pipeline was restarted at approximately 3:20 pm.
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The company says it has notified regulators and is in the process of notifying neighbours and nearby stakeholders.
The spill comes less than a week before the company's self-imposed deadline to make a final decision on the Trans Mountain expansion.
It has set a May 31 deadline for getting assurances it can proceed without delays on the controversial project.
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The company suspended all non-essential construction on the project in April, citing opposition from the B.C. government that put the viability of the pipeline in question.