National Energy Board only started in 2015 to track in detail how leaks are discovered.
Prince Albert goes prepping to draws water from South Saskatchewan River if needed.
Pengrowth has been fined $250,000 for breaching Alberta environment and public lands laws.
Company says the affected area is about 16,000 square metres, mostly along the pipeline’s route.
Report suggests pipeline rupture could seep into a number of the province’s waterways.
NEB reports gas has been shut off and is reporting no injuries.
The regulator says company failed to enact adequate mitigation measures and communicated poorly with those affected.
Alberta Energy Regulator says the the spill is not an emergency.
The leak of Line 37 was caused by heavy rainfall, the company says.
Apache Canada Ltd. says the nearby Zama River has not been affected by the leak.