Equinor vows oil spill clean up after Dorian

Hurricane Dorian caused an oil spill near the Bahamas. The leakage occurred from one of Equinor's terminals, and now the operator promises to take responsibility for the mess.

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Hurricane Dorian recently ravaged northwestern Atlantic – and when it rains it pours.

The storm's impact on oil terminal South Riding Point resulted in an oil leakage into the Atlantic Ocean.

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