Emergency declared after Borneo oil spill

The Indonesian port city of Balikpapan declared a state of emergency on Monday following an oil spill and fire off Borneo
By Staff reporter 4 April 2018 0 30286

The Indonesian port city of Balikpapan declared a state of emergency on Monday following an oil spill and fire off Borneo, according to The Straits Times.

The Semayang port authority is working with Chevron Indonesia and Pertamina to clean up the spill.

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