Offshore operators reduce oil discharges

The quantity of oil discharged and spilled from offshore oil and gas operations around the UK declined by almost 30% in 1992. The UK sector remains the dominant source of oil discharges from offshore activities in the North Sea, but total oil releases have now fallen to less than half their peak value in 1988, and are set to decline further.

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