Oil leak contained at three U.S. Gulf platforms on pipeline outage, Shell says

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Shell shut its Mars and Amberjack Pipelines due to a leak at the Fourchon booster station. The platforms deliver Mars sour crude, a grade prized by oil refiners in the United States and Asia. Shell said it was evaluating alternative ways to move the oil to shore.
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Oil leak contained at three U.S. Gulf platforms on pipeline outage, Shell says

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