Brazil Authorities Say Greek-Flagged Oil Tanker was Responsible Massive Oil Spill

The Vessel was Transporting Crude Oil from Venezuela to Malaysia


The Brazilian government has blamed a greek-flagged oil tanker for a mysterious oil spill that was discovered along the country’s coastline late July.

The Brazilian investigators said the oil tanker, Bouboulina, spilled crude oil about 420 miles off the coastline around July 28-29.

The loaded vessel which is owned by Greece’s Delta Tankers Ltd left Venezuela’s Jose terminal on July 19 bound for Malacca, Malaysia.

The country’s solicitor general has said the country would pursue damages. The company has said it will cooperate with the investigation if contacted.

Crude oil deposits are reported to have stained beaches along the 1,500-mile coastline, hurting the fishing and tourism sectors.

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