Oil giants unveil spill response plan

Four of the world's biggest oil companies have unveiled a $US1 billion plan to build and deploy a rapid response system for use in any future oil spill disasters in the Gulf of Mexico.


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Surely a strong contingency plan for all levels of spill, in particular major spill disasters, should be a pre-requisite for offshore drilling in our oceans, no matter the location. I hope these regulation reforms are put in place swiftly and thoroughly to ensure these globally debilitating levels of contamination are completely avoided in all future projects.

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