GRAND MARSH, Wisc. (WOOD) - An Enbridge pipeline in Wisconsin pipeline, causing another minor spill.
Enbridge said that a drop in pressure in Line 14 near Grand Marsh, Wis. was detected around 2:45 p.m. CMT Friday.
The line was immediately shut down and isolated. Emergency crews were then sent to the site.
About 1,200 barrels were released into a field off County Road G, initial estimates indicate. That works out to about 67,200 gallons.
Enbridge said the spill has been contained.
Line 14 has the capacity to pump 317,600 barrels of crude oil every day.
The cause of the spill isn't yet known and Enbridge doesn't yet have an estimate for getting the pipeline back up and running.
Enbridge also owns the pipeline that ruptured near Marshall in July 2010, spilling almost a million gallons of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River. That river just re-opened for use this summer.