Oil leak shuts Statoil platform in North Sea

Oil leak shuts Statoil platform in North Sea

Upi : Philippines | Jan 27, 2014 at 6:04 AM PST
Source: United Press International
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Norwegian energy company Statoil said it shut down its Statfjord C rig in the North Sea after emergency systems detected an oil leak. "It has been confirmed that a limited amount of oil has leaked into the sea. We are currently working on mapping the extent of the leak," the company said in a statement Sunday.... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
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