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Environmental Incident Reports

In North Dakota, both the Department of Health's Environmental Health Section and the Department of Mineral Resources' Oil and Gas Division of the North Dakota Industrial Commission receive reports of environmental incidents. Incidents reported to the Department of Health are called General Environmental Incidents while those reported to the Department of Mineral Resources are called Oilfield Environmental Incidents. Details about reporting requirements can be found on the Submit an Environmental Incident Report page.

The oilfield environmental incident data is gathered and maintained by the Oil and Gas Division. The Department of Health is allowed read-only access to a portion of this data and provides it to the public as received without modification. When Department of Health staff investigate reported incidents, they will update the information and record it in the update section of each report, producing a new version of the summary report with the next web page update cycle. The web page is updated routinely.

 

General Environmental Incidents

General Environmental Incidents

General Environmental Incidents that occurred within the last 12 months

General Environmental Incidents older than 12 months

Tables were last updated on April 21, 2014 at 7:00 PM CDT

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Oilfield Environmental Incidents

Oilfield Environmental Incidents

Oilfield Environmental Incidents that occurred within the last 12 months which were contained within the boundaries of the production or exploration facility

Oilfield Environmental Incidents that occurred within the last 12 months which were not contained, for example, an overflow of the boundaries of the facility or a leak from a facility pipeline

Oilfield Environmental Incidents older than 12 months

Tables were last updated on April 21, 2014 at 7:00 PM CDT

Graphical Information Derived from the Oilfield Environmental Incidents

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