Expert Says China’s Oil Spill Figure May Be Much Too Low

New York Times: Greenpeace is raising questions about whether the Chinese government has been underreporting the size of one of the country's worst oil spills, near the northern port city of Dalian. The spill occurred two weeks ago, after a pipeline explosion at an oil terminal. Chinese officials, who reported a spill of about 11,000 barrels, which caused a 170-square-mile slick, reopened the terminal 13 days later. This week, the mayor of Dalian declared the cleanup "a decisive victory." But ......

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