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   About 30,000 barrels of oil spilled in Mumbai harbour

info Coordination marée noire
samedi 22 janvier 2011
statut de l'article : public
citations de l'article provenant de : Indian Express

The rupture in ONGC’s Mumbai-Uran pipeline resulted in about 30,000 barrels of crude leaking into the ocean, an Indian Coast Guard (ICG) official said on Friday.

According to the ICG, they received information regarding a rupture in the pipeline, leading to leakage of crude oil, in the morning.

"We immediately launched operation ’Paryavaran Suraksha’ to mitigate the effects of the oil spill," ICG DIG Mukesh Purohit said.

He said two ships, ICGS Sangram and C-145, which were patrolling off the Mumbai coastline, were diverted to the area of the oil spill for assessment and containment.


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