ConocoPhillips To Pay $266 Million For China Oil Spill

ConocoPhillips To Pay $266 Million For China Oil Spill

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The Bohai is a closed sea so its ability to self-clean is limited. Captions and Photo source: © Greenpeace

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U.S. oil firm ConocoPhillips and its partner CNOOC have agreed to pay 1.683 billion yuan ($266.89 million) in compensation for a series of oil spills off the coast of northern China last year, China’s State Oceanic Administration said…

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