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"May be months" to stop North Sea gas cloud - Total

yahoo.com (2 years ago)

Mar 27, 2012

LONDON/OSLO (Reuters) - A cloud of explosive natural gas boiling out of the North Sea from a leak at Total's abandoned Elgin platform forced wider evacuations off the Scottish coast on Tuesday as the French firm warned it may take six months to halt full story

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