According to a press release from Noble Energy, the company was made aware that a pit was overflowing at its water storage site.
Employees on the scene found that a valve was open, flooding the pit with fresh water. The valve was then closed by employees.
Noble Energy immediately contacted the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection at the time of the incident.
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is investigating a spill at a Noble Energy location in the Sand Hill area of Marshall County.
According to Marshall County EMA director Tom Hart, the spill had no immediate impact because there was no fish kill.
The spill happened late Friday into Saturday morning.
WTRF is awaiting further details on the spill from the West Virginia DEP.