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SoCal Oil Company Ordered to Pay Fine

Federal prosecutors say a defunct company that spilled more than a million gallons of crude oil and wastewater in California must pay more than $65 million in penalties and cleanup costs. The U.S. Department of Justice says a federal court last week finalized a judgment against HVI Cat Canyon. The Santa Maria-based firm was sued by the feds and the state of California. They accused it of violating federal regulations for years and said it was negligently responsible for spills from ruptured storage tanks and corroded pipelines into waterways in Santa Barbara County.