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THE EQUINOR site after the spill in 2019.

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Save The Bays: Stop the sale of Equinor until oil spill clean-up done

SAVE The Bays has called for the sale of Equinor’s South Riding Point storage facility in Grand Bahama to be halted until the clean-up of the massive 2019 oil spill is done, saying amounts of residual oil still remain on the site.

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PM: Some concerns about whether sufficient action taken at Equinor site

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis acknowledged that there are some concerns about whether sufficient action was taken at the Equinor site in Grand Bahama where 55,000 barrels of oil spilled during Hurricane Dorian in 2019.

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Will Equinor sale pay for clean-up?

KWASI Thompson, MP for East Grand Bahama, has asked the government about the status of the possible sale of Equinor and whether it would ensure sufficient funds are left in place to clean up any remaining oil spill in East End.

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Activist raises concerns about Equinor site area

ACTIVIST Joseph Darville has called for more vigilance concerning the rehabilitation of the area affected by the Equinor oil spill in East Grand Bahama.

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Equinor: We’ll talk to BNT over oil fears

EQUINOR said it intends to make a detailed presentation to the Bahamas National Trust following a report that there continues to be high concentrations of oil in and around its plant following Hurricane Dorian.

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EQUINOR SPILL STILL A THREAT: Study says high levels of oil remain on ground despite recovery work

A NEW report has found that despite 18 months of weathering and remediation at the Equinor site in Grand Bahama post Hurricane Dorian there remains high concentrations of oil in and around the area.


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