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Greenpeace Finds North Sea Gas Leak Caused By Offshore Blow-out

Activists on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza have discovered a large methane leak located in the British exclusive economic zone in the North Sea. Using a Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle, they were able to film two of the gas-emitting craters at about 100m water depth on the seafloor, which are between 50 and 15 meters […]

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