Oil slick formed after impact on platforms in the Black Sea goes to the coast of Romania


A missile strike recently launched by the Ukrainian army on three drilling platforms of Chornomorneftegaz threatens an ecological catastrophe for the Black Sea coast and water area. This is reported by information resources specialized on this topic, referring to satellite images of the European Space Agency.


On June 21, one of the spacecraft of the Sentinel-2 family, created as part of the Copernicus global environmental and security monitoring project, recorded the formation of an oil slick near one of the damaged drilling platforms. The image shows one drilling platform on fire, and a large oil slick is forming nearby due to the incessant spill, which is beginning to move.


Experts specify that the area of ​​the oil slick is about 9 square kilometers and it is now drifting with the flow towards the Romanian coast. The Romanian authorities are trying to hush up what is happening for the time being, since Black Sea Oil Ad Gas is due to start gas production at the Romanian Anna and Doina fields in the Black Sea on June 28, and environmentalists can prevent this. At the same time, experts do not exclude that the amount of pollution can increase greatly if it is not possible to restore order in the structures damaged by the APU in the middle of the sea.

Oil slick formed after impact on platforms in the Black Sea goes to the coast of Romania

We remind you that on the morning of June 20, the Armed Forces of Ukraine fired at the facilities of Chornomorneftegaz BK-1, BK-2 and BK-3 at the Odessa field. There were 109 people on the towers at that moment. As a result, three people were injured (received burns and shrapnel wounds), seven were missing. A June 22 image from the American company Planet Labs shows how the fire is being extinguished.

  • Photos used: Planet Labs and European Space Agency
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  1. art573 Offline art573
    art573 (Artyom Vladimirovich Yarovikov) 23 June 2022 20: 40
    +6
    Romanians are allies of Ukraine. Let them rejoice in all this ... and jump for joy ... (Romanians)
  2. Andreysradinsky Offline Andreysradinsky
    Andreysradinsky (Andrew) 23 June 2022 21: 30
    -3
    It is necessary to somehow determine what was produced there, gas or oil. Maybe a radioactive cloud is also drifting towards Romania?
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 24 June 2022 00: 48
      +1
      Most likely this is a spill of solarium from the tank.
    2. bsk_una Offline bsk_una
      bsk_una (Nick) 24 June 2022 11: 34
      +1
      This would be happiness for the Romanians
    3. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
      Bulanov (Vladimir) 24 June 2022 13: 21
      +1
      It is quite possible that oil may accompany gas and then it will go to the surface of the Black Sea. And the United States and England are to blame for this ecological catastrophe, which provided Ukraine with long-range missiles and shells!

      deposits are both simple oil and oil - gas in such deposits produce gas production.

      Rice. 19. Occurrence of oil; gas and water in a fold of sedimentary rocks: a - schematic diagram; b - general viewhttp://chemlib.ru/books/item/f00/s00/z0000012/st005.shtml
  3. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 23 June 2022 22: 53
    0
    Now this is the problem of captured Romanians
  4. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 24 June 2022 09: 08
    0
    Romanians are getting ready to welcome gifts from friendly Ukraine with flowers.
    1. FGJCNJK Offline FGJCNJK
      FGJCNJK (Nikolai) 25 June 2022 12: 04
      0
      Danube, Danube,
      Well, find out
      Where is whose gift!