Back in June, Yolandita and David’s frack related blog posts and video, put the amount of materials used in a typical hydrofracturing operation into a perspective that was easier to grasp. With a better idea of how much fluid is used in every operation fresh in your head, I would like to give you an […]
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Remember that 92-mile-long bilge dump off Congo and Angola that caught our attention back in April? Envisat ASAR satellite radar image showing bilge-dump slick (long dark streak) off Angola on April 6, 2012. Image courtesy European Space Agency. The bright spot at the left end of the slick is likely the vessel that caused it. […]
Two large slicks were spotted on the same image of the Nigerian coast (5.75°N, 4.45°W) (5.75°N, 4.45°E). One slick (we’re calling it SkyTruth Unknown 001, or ST_UNK 001) was featured in a March 27th blog post that compiled a time-series of images of the constant leak three miles off the Coast of Molume. Thirty miles farther […]
Ever since Shell’s oil spill from their FPSO in the Bonga field, we’ve been monitoring offshore Nigeria for oil pollution. Radar images of this area are often riddled with narrow ribbons and small blobs where something oily may be floating on the surface of the water. Teri noticed a suspicious slick on an image taken […]