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"According to TheStreet's analysis of government data compiled by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Energy Transfer has spilled hazardous liquids near water crossings more than twice as frequently as any other pipeline company in the country this decade.
The company has spilled hazardous liquids five times near water crossings since 2010 when PHMSA started collecting detailed data. The company's spills account for almost 20% of all hazardous liquid spills near water crossings since 2010, primarily because of a 55,000-gallon gasoline spill in 2016 near the Susquehanna River in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. TheStreet only included onshore spills in its analysis, and included subsidiary companies."