Houston-based firm pleads guilty over Oklahoma acid spill in 2007

Houston-based firm pleads guilty over Oklahoma acid spill in 2007 by Jack Z. Smith, October 11, 2011. Fort Worth Star-Telegram (MENAFN)
Integrated Production Services, a Houston-based oil field services contractor, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Muskogee, Okla., to violating the Clean Water Act by negligently spilling 400 to 700 gallons of hydrochloric acid — used in “fracking” of wells — into a creek in eastern Oklahoma in 2007.

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