Last quote by Nathaniel Pelle
The news Chevron has given up on drilling in the bight means the coastal communities of Southern Australia have dodged another bullet, but the threat of Statoil still looms.feedback
We found 3 articles in which Nathaniel Pelle said something. The most recent Nathaniel Pelle’s quote is: “Nopsema's performance report should be a wake-up call to the government and to anyone who has the bad luck of sharing the marine environment with the oil industry.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Nathaniel Pelle 5 times. On this page, you will find all of Nathaniel Pelle’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by Nathaniel Pelle
May 17 2017
Nopsema's performance report should be a wake-up call to the government and to anyone who has the bad luck of sharing the marine environment with the oil industry.feedback
May 17 2017
Australians, and especially those who rely on the ocean for their livelihood, should be deeply concerned by reports that the national oil regulator has withheld information from the public about a 10,500-litre oil leak for over 12 months. There's absolutely no justification for continuing to keep the company involved or the location of the oil spill a secret. Any spilled oil is unacceptable but the US oil industry suffered three spills over 8,000 litres in 2016, despite producing 30 times the oil that Australia does. It's farcical that the industry claims to have a safe record in Australia.feedback
May 10 2017
The only enforcement action is that Nopsema has given Esso an improvement notice. Meanwhile, if you are a fishermen caught without a lifejacket in the Bass Strait you are fined $100. You are fined more for breaching basic fishing regulations than you are for spilling oil. The oil industry has referred to their excellent safety record in the Bass Strait as a reason that they can be trusted to drill in the much more extreme deep-water conditions in the Great Australian Bight. But we find there has been a number of safety incidents in the Bass Strait in recent years.feedback
May 10 2017
It's unbelievable that staff on an oil rig that have experienced major accidents in recent years wouldn't be trained in their basic protocols.feedback
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