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Elgin Gas Leak In Scotland’s North Sea is Finally Stopped After Nearly Two Months

The French energy giant Total announced today that it has finally stopped the natural gas leak at its Elgin platform in the North Sea, 150 miles off the coast of Scotland. The Elgin leak, which started March 25, released gas at a rate of 7 million cubic feet a day at its peak and led [...]
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