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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Gary Pruessing
The oil giant is working on a plan to lay a new section of pipe 30 feet below the river to replace the damaged pipe responsible for the spill, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company President Gary Pruessing said.
Exxon Mobil Pipeline President Gary Pruessing initially said it took six minutes to shut down the pumps, but information submitted by the company to federal pipeline safety regulators later revealed it took almost an hour to fully stop the flow.