Dont worry everyone, the spill happened outside of the environment. The leak is about two and a half times smaller than the biggest North Sea spill in recent years, at Shell’s Gannet platform off Aberdeen in 2011.
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The spill from the Clair platform is being monitored from the air by plane which, combined with modelling, shows the oil moving away from land in a northerly direction.
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“The latest surveillance flight already suggests important dispersal of the oil at the surface,” the firm said in a statement.
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The stage, 46 miles (75km) west of Shetland, was shut down following the spill on Sunday at about 10am. A technical problem caused the flow with a system designed to separate the combined generation fluids of gas, oil and water, the firm said following an investigation.
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BP considers that enabling the oil to disperse at sea is the greatest method to take care of the spill, although other alternatives never have been ruled out.
In a statement, it said: “The discharge was stopped in a hour Clair generation was taken offline and once the problem had been identified.”
Oil spill and environmental specialists from BP, Oil Spill Response Limited and the Department for Energy, Business and Industrial Strategy are said to have been working to evaluate any possible impact of the spill on the surroundings.
A spokesman for RSPB Scotland said: There are now many sensitive seabird species dispersing from their breeding colonies on Norway and Shetland outside into the Atlantic, and these are possibly at risk. We should understand from the marine bureaus and BP what the statutory conservation agencies are proposing, and just what kind of oil was shed, if it’s breaking up in the water column.
“It’s essential that there’s an open and complete report of what’s occurred, with guarantees the situation will be tracked, and aspects of seabird concentrations in the area disclosed as soon as possible.”
It is also important not to see this relativistically, although I realize that this place is simply setting things in perspective. Any oil spill is a horrible event.