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New Montana Permits Issued For Megaload Shipments

Montana officials have started issuing permits to an Exxon Mobil subsidiary to ship about 300 loads of oversized oil refinery equipment over interstates 90 and 15 to the northern border.

Duane Williams of the state Department of Transportation sai

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Oil Sheen Found On Yellowstone Near Exxon Refinery

A spokeswoman for the Exxon Mobil refinery in Billings says workers are cleaning up a small oil sheen found in a side channel of the Yellowstone River in Billings.

Exxon Mobil spokeswoman Pam Malek said Monday that booms are in place to contain the oil

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EPA Passing Lead On Exxon Spill Cleanup To Montana

The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to relinquish oversight of Exxon Mobil's 1,000-barrel oil spill into the Yellowstone River, leaving the state to coordinate the remainder of the cleanup

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ITD Issues Final Order For Exxon Loads On Hwy. 12

The Idaho Transportation Department issued a final order allowing Exxon Mobil to transport oversized oil equipment on U.S. Highway 12 through north central Idaho.

ITD director Brian Ness said Wednesday that a permit already issued for a test shipment was "in full compliance" with Idaho law and will now apply to as many as 200 shipments bound to be moved from the Port of Lewiston to the oil tar sands of Alberta, Canada.

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Montana To Gather Pipeline River Crossing Data

State officials are gathering data on what they are calling the "invisible spider web" of pipelines crossing beneath Montana waterways.

Gov. Brian Schweitzer's Oil Pipeline Safety Council held its first meeting Wednesday in the wake of the July 1 Exxon Mobil pipeline break that dumped tens of thousands of gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River.

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Air, Soil, Wells Near Montana Oil Spill To Be Tested

The Environmental Protection Agency and Exxon Mobil will test indoor air, cropland soils and residential wells downstream of a Yellowstone River oil spill for contamination.

Residents have raised concerns about hazards from the tens of thousands of gallons of crude that poured into the watercourse.

EPA and local officials say they do not expect to find significant health dangers but were acting as a precaution.

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Residents Concerned About Health Risks From Oil Spill

People living near an oil spill in Montana's Yellowstone River are concerned about health risks and damage the crude might be causing.

At an Environmental Protection Agency meeting Wednesday night, roughly 150 people showed up with questions about that and also about how long it will take to clean up the oil.

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Feds Order Improvements, Restart Plan From Exxon Over Pipeline Spill

Federal regulators have ordered Exxon Mobil to make safety improvements to the ruptured pipeline that spilled an estimated 1,000 barrels of crude oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Tuesday that "when companies are not living up to our safety standards, we will take action."

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Megaload Waits For MT Permit

A huge test module that Imperial Oil/ExxonMobil is hauling from Idaho into Canada has crossed into Montana and arrived at Lolo Hot Springs.

The test shipment left a spot at the base of Lolo Pass just after 1 a

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Environmental Organizations And The Board Of County Commissioners File Suit

Missoula County, the National Wildlife Federation, the Montana Information Center and the Montana chapter of the Sierra Club filed a lawsuit today  to seek a full environmental review of the mega-load project.

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