Oil Spill & Emergency Response News in China

China to Build its First Deep Sea Oil Spill Response Centre
12/19/2016 - China will set up its first deep sea oil spill emergency centre in the southern city of Shenzhen, China's state asset supervisor said on its website. ...
Clean-up on a Small Amount of Oil Leak at Penglai 19-3
6/4/2012 - CNOOC Limited announced that the Company received a report from ConocoPhillips China Inc. ("COPC"), the Operator of Penglai 19-3 oilfield, stating that a small amount of oil leaked to the sea when the...
China Penalises 64 for CNPC Accidents
11/24/2011 - China's State Council, its Cabinet, has punished 64 people for four accidents at top energy group CNPC, including a pipeline blowup in the northeast port of Dalian last year that caused a major oil sp...
Bohai Oil Spills Conocophillips' Fault
11/11/2011 - China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said Friday that spills at an oilfield operated by ConocoPhillips in the Bohai Bay resulted from defects in the company's production and management. ...
CNOOC Cleaned up Oil Sheens Near Jinzhou 9-3 Platform
10/17/2011 - CNOOC Limited announced that an oil sheen was discovered near Jinzhou 9-3 West oilfield in Bohai Bay. According to investigation, the oil spill was caused by the leak from a subsea connecting pipeline...
SOA Decisions on PL19-3 Oil Spill Incident
9/4/2011 - CNOOC Limited noticed that State Oceanic Administration of People’s Republic of China ("SOA") announced, through SOA’s official website, that ConocoPhillips China Inc ("COPC"),as the Operator of Peng...
China to Sue Conocophillips Over Oil Spill
8/24/2011 - China's maritime authority is preparing to sue U.S. firm ConocoPhillips over an oil spill in China's northern Bohai Bay, Chinese state news agency Xinhua reported. ...
Penglai 19-3 Oil Spills Basically Under Control
7/6/2011 - CNOOC Limited announced that the oil spills occurred in PengLai ("PL") 19-3 oil field have already been basically under control. The State Oceanic Administration of People's Republic of China ("SOA") ...
Uncontrolled Descent of BOP in China
1/20/2011 - The Songa Mercur is currently off-hire in China resulting from structural failure of the telescopic joint, causing an uncontrolled descent of the BOP and Marine riser a short distance to sea bed on 16...

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