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Concerns rise over scale of oil leak from grounded bulker

The Solomon Trader grounded more than five weeks ago and salvage operators have now begun removing the remaining fuel oil from the ship. While the owner and insurer said they believed more oil than the 70 litres initially thought have leaked into the ocean, they are confident it will break down quickly

Owner and insurer of the Solomon Trader believe more oil than initially thought has spilled into the ocean


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