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D & L Energy Oil Spill

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  • Youngstown, OH (Mahoning County)
  • EPA ID# n/a
  • Emergency Removal Action, Non NPL
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On-Scene Coordinator
Jeffrey Lippert (lippert.jeffrey@epa.gov )
734-692-7682

Press Contact
Francisco Arcaute (arcaute.francisco@epa.gov)
312-886-7613

Background

US EPA and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency are overseeing the cleanup of a January 31, 2013, discharge of oil, brine and waste water generated from oil and gas drilling operations by D&L Energy near Youngstown, Ohio. The brine and oil mixture is waste that is suspected to have been generated by D&L Energy operations and released on multiple occasions. It was released into a storm sewer that discharged into a small creek and then into the Mahoning River in the Belle Vista neighborhood of Youngstown.

As of Feb. 27, 2013:

After the spill was stabilized and confined to the small creek, EPA oversaw the continued removal of oil and oiled sediment from within the storm sewer, creek and Mahoning River.

D & L Energy is conducting containment and cleanup operations under the joint oversight of US EPA and Ohio EPA.

EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division is also conducting an investigation related to this release.

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