In 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil-drilling rig, situated in the Gulf of Mexico, sank to a depth of 1500 metres after suffering an explosion caused by a leak of methane gas. The consequences were devastating: nearly five million barrels of oil spilled into the sea 75% of which still lies at the bottom of the ocean and hundreds of kilometres of...
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