From Denver Post 9/19/13: Anadarko Petroleum Corp. reported two releases Wednesday: a release of 125 barrels — about 5,225 gallons — into the South Platte near Milliken and a release of 323 barrels — about 13,500 gallons — from a tank farm on the St. Vrain River near Firestone.
It appears the oil left the site in floodwaters, the commission said.
Both releases involve condensate, a mixture of oil and water, according to Matthew Allen, a spokesman for the Denver office of the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
[ADMIN NOTE - This coincides with NRC Report # 1060594, details below]
CALLER IS REPORTING A RELEASE OF 323 BARRELS OF CONDENSATE (13,566 GALLONS) FROM AN OIL AND GAS TANK BATTERY DUE TO HEAVY FLOODING.