the link for just one example.
From one story-
It is impossible to know how much oil is spilled in the Niger delta each year because the companies and the government keep that secret. However, two major independent investigations over the past four years suggest that as much is spilled at sea, in the swamps and on land every year as has been lost in the Gulf of Mexico so far.
And one totally unexpected fact I saw on another search, Oil spills account for only about five percent of the oil entering the oceans. The Coast Guard estimates that for United States waters sewage treatment plants discharge twice as much oil each year as tanker spills.
The largest difference with the disaster in the Gulf seems to be the amount concentrated in one area in one time frame, with the potential for so much to reach land in a short time frame. Actually the largest difference is the news coverage because of where it is located.
So there may be some fact behind arguments that when we import oil, we're just exporting the problems with producing it.
Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly
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