China’s Northeast Coast: A Second Oil Spill

China’s Northeast Coast: A Second Oil Spill

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China National Offshore Oil Corporation, recently accused of covering up a huge spill, is cleaning up another slick after a breakdown at a rig off China’s northeast coast.

The oil giant is trying to contain the spill covering an area measuring one square kilometre (0.4 square miles) of Bohai Bay, the State Oceanic Administration said, the third accident to hit CNOOC in recent weeks…

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