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Maersk Supply Service dismisses oil spill related to sinking


Maersk Supply Service has presented its report to the French authorities about the two supply vessels which sank off the coast of France on Dec. 22 2016. No oil spills were observed in relation to the wreck, states the report.

Published 17.02.17 at 13:43

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