WATCHING THE WORLD SEALIFE SAFETY COULD HIKE OIL PRICE

Less than a month after a major oil spill off the Spanish coast, another oil tanker ran aground in the Shetland Islands in what could become the U.K.'s worst oil pollution accident (OGJ, Dec. 11, p. 26). Television screens around the world were filled with pictures of dead seabirds, dying fish, and seals covered with crude oil. The first response of many local people interviewed was: Why can't oil companies do something to stop this?

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