SOA: the Bohai Sea oil spill has caused 840 square kilometers sea contaminated.

July 5, 14:00 pm, State Oceanic Administration held a press conference in Beijing to announce the CNOOC Bohai oilfield oil spill investigation.

The oil leaking incident oil spill occurs before January. The Penglai No.19-3 oil oilfield spills have polluted a water area of ​​840 square kilometers, according to the Xinhua News agency.

Li Xiaoming, the department chief of the Marine Environmental Protection Division from State Oceanic Administration, said B platformhas started a small oil spill from June 4. The largest single-day distribution of oil spill contaminated an area of ​​158 square kilometers, downgrade 840 square kilometers of the surrounding sea water to the inferior level. State Oceanic Administration said the incident has been under control.

Source: Xinhua

 Translated and edited by Peng Bo, he is now an editor at April 4th Media, write to him at pb.bloomberg@gmail.com

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