Permalink: http://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Exxon-Pipeline-Oil-Spill-in-Arkansas-27MZIFVQK1_Q.htmlView asset onlyGP04IQIExxon Pipeline Oil Spill in ArkansasWorkers surround houses in Mayflower, Arkansas, in an attempt to clean up an oil spill from Exxon's Pegasus pipeline. A leak was discovered in the subdivision forcing the evacuation of 22 homes.Date:1 Apr, 2013Maximum size:4800px X 7200pxLocations:Arkansas-North America-United StatesKeywords:Accidents-Aerial view-Cars-Cleaning-Climate (campaign title)-Day-ExxonMobil (Esso)-Grass-Houses-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil spills-Outdoors-Pipelines-Spring-Streets-Trees-Urban areas-VehiclesCredit:© Karen McCall / GreenpeaceRanking:ArchiveAdd to lightbox: 'My First Lightbox'Add to cartEmbed codePrintShoot:Exxon Pipeline Oil Spill in ArkansasExxon's Pegasus pipeline, which can carry more than 90,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude from Patoka, Illinois to Nederland, Texas, was shut down March 29, 2013 after a leak was discovered in a subdivision near the town of Mayflower, Arkansas. The leak forced the evacuation of 22 homes. Exxon had no specific estimate of how much crude oil had spilled, but the company said 12,000 barrels of oil and water had been recovered. The company did not say how much of the total was oil and how much was water.