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Duke Energy CEO on Ohio Oil Spill: ‘We Take Responsibility’

Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good says her company acknowledges its responsibility in an oil spill on the Ohio River on Monday and is working to clean it up.

Tuesday evening, the company revised its estimate of the amount of oil spilled during refueling at the Beckjord Station, saying it might be as little as 3,000 gallons.

Duke’s original estimate was about 5,000 gallons, but some agencies involved had estimated it could be higher. Duke now says the spill still might total as much as 5,000 gallons but it could also be substantially less.

Read more: Charlotte Business Journal

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