Kinder Morgan Pipeline Diesel Spill

State TrusteeFederal TrusteeAO Bureau

Also Known As

Incident Type

Oil

State

California

Case Status

Restoration

Location

Suisun Marsh

Authority

OPA

Contaminants of Concern Include

Oil

Affected DOI Resources Include

Threatened and Endangered Species, Migratory Birds

Financial Summary

Restoration Funds Collected:

$1,158,526.93

*Restoration Funds Allocated:

$276,095.33

*Restoration Funds Remaining:

$686,413.88

* Restoration Funds can contain multiple settlements/projects. All collections are placed in interest bearing accounts. For detailed information on individual settlements/ projects please visit: NRDAR Status Report

Case Description

On 27 April 2004 an underground 14-inch diameter petroleum pipeline owned or operated by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (KMEP) and SFPP L.P. ruptured and discharged approximately 123,774 gallons of diesel fuel (grade 2-D) into a managed marsh located within Suisun Marsh near Fairfield, California. The discharge of diesel fuel was contained within the privately owned Drake Sprig Duck Club. The Drake Sprig Duck Club includes approximately 224 acres of managed wetlands.

Credit: California Dept of Fish and Wildlife


Case Documents


 Document TypeDocument NameDocument Date

Settlement

 Consent Decree Amended Consent Decree 05/10/2007
 Consent Decree Consent Decree 05/10/2007

Restoration

 Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment Restoration Plan 05/27/2010

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Case Contact

San Francisco Bay-Delta Fish and Wildlife

Sacramento, CA | (916) 930-5603 | http://www.fws.gov/sfbaydelta/

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