Oil Spill In China-It Can Happen In Malaysia Too

20 07 2010

On Friday night, July 16 2010 an oil pipeline exploded at the Xingang port in China.

More than 2000 fire fighters and 338 fire engines worked for 15 hours to stop the fire.

The explosion caused an oil spill around the Dalian port.

This oil spill is not as bad as the spill in the Gulf Of Mexico.

Oil spill can happen anywhere in the world.

So we must be careful to prevent it.

It is a disaster.

Oil spill caused serious water pollution and can pollute the lands around it.

It can kill animals such as fish, crab, clam and birds.

It can kill plants too.

Cleaning oil spill is hard and very expensive.

Below are photos of the oil spill in China from Yahoo News.

A view shows crude oil in the sea near Dalian, Liaoning province, July 18, 2010. REUTERS/China Daily

Cleaning up the oil spill in northeast China's Liaoning Province.

(100718) -- DALIAN, July 18, 2010 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 17, 2010 shows an aerial view of leaked oil floating off the coast of Dalian, northeast China's Liaoning Province. A 0.9-meter-diameter oil pipeline exploded at 6 p.m. Friday near Dalian's Xingang Harbor, triggering an adjacent smaller pipeline to explode too. The oil leak seriously polluted 11 square kilometers of sea and slightly affected 50 square kilometers also, according to local environment protection bureau. (Xinhua/Tian Jingyue) (wqq)

In this photo taken Sunday, July 18, 2010, a Chinese worker tries to soak up oil from a spill in the sea near Dalian in northeast China's Liaoning province. Efforts were under way to contain and clean up a large oil slick after pipeline explosions at a northeastern Chinese port sent greasy black plumes into the ocean, state media reported Sunday. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **

Oil spill polluting the water.

Is Malaysia ready for oil spill?


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