Human error to blame for Indonesia’s mud volcano: scientists

Agence France-Presse: Scientists Friday unveiled fresh evidence that gas drillers were to blame for unleashing a mud volcano in Indonesia's East Java that claimed 14 lives and displaced tens of thousands of people. In a paper published by the journal Marine and Petroleum Geology, a group led by experts from Britain's Durham University said the new clues bolstered suspicions the catastrophe was caused by human error. The company being fingered for the disaster, drilling firm Lapindo Brantas, replied ......

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