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Re: Chinese oil pipeline explodes

Post by Rahkriga » Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:54 am

I just hate that now theres more oil being spilled in a different part of the globe. Im not sure if they even fixed the oil leak in Egypt, but that was leaking too. A few minutes ago, I just watched that News 5 testing the water video, and one of the waters samples exploded in the laboratory. There are a lot things about this leak that even DTV hasnt revealed yet. Im just waiting for those methane crystals to show back up around the well head. These guys cannot fix the leak nor adequately clean it up

Re: Chinese oil pipeline explodes

Post by Punjedi » Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:40 am


Should someone explain to the Chinese that this is what we call , Contradiction :)

Xu said the flames gave off gas containing sulphur and aromatic hydrocarbons that were not fatally toxic, but environmental protection officials told China National Radio that the scene remained unsafe because of chemicals in the air.

'nuff said.

Chinese oil pipeline explodes

Post by Rahkriga » Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:31 am

"More than 2,000 firefighters worked overnight to control flames and further blasts on a second pipeline after the initial explosion.

China Central Television showed flames raging among tanks at the port in the northern city of Dalian, and state media described flames 30 meters high. " ... lodes.html