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This photo supplied by the Environmental Protection Agency shows oil trapped by a berm and siphon dam in a dry ravine where the oil from a Chevron spill was stopped March 7, 2017, near Rangely, Colo. Chevron Corp. says its crews are cleaning up about 4,800 gallons of oil that spilled from a failed pipeline into an intermittent stream on public land in northwestern Colorado. State officials said Tuesday, March 14, 2017, that the oil travelled about 2 miles downstream along an unnamed tributary of Stinking Water Creek in Rio Blanco County. (Environmental Protection Agency via AP)

This photo supplied by the Environmental Protection Agency shows oil trapped by a berm and siphon dam in a dry ravine where the oil from a Chevron spill was stopped March 7, 2017, near Rangely, Colo. Chevron Corp. says its crews are cleaning up about 4,800 gallons of oil that spilled from a failed pipeline into an intermittent stream on public land in northwestern Colorado. State officials said Tuesday, March 14, 2017, that the oil travelled about 2 miles downstream along an unnamed tributary of Stinking Water Creek in Rio Blanco County. (Environmental Protection Agency via AP)

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