Petrobras reported a hose rupture on February 23, at P-58 during the offloading of oil to a relief vessel. This caused an oil spill of about 188 m³. The offloading procedure was stopped immediately. The platform is in safe condition, while there are no victims or impact to the operation. Initial simulations show that there is no risk that the slick will reach the coast.
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Royal Dutch Shell Plc is guilty of a small amount of crude oil spill during a ship-to-ship oil transfer in Brazilian waters on November, as the company confirmed to Reuters.
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