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Oil spill clean-up at Equinor's Bahamas terminal underway after Dorian damage

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Norway's Equinor has begun cleaning up an onshore oil spill at its South Riding Point terminal in the Bahamas, which was damaged by Hurricane Dorian, and said on Thursday it will step up the operation in the coming days.
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