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Research Paper example - Environmental Damage at Burgan Oil Field in Kuwait: History, Clean-up and Future Policy

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Engineering and Construction
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Environmental Damage in Burgan Oil Field in Kuwait: History, Clean-up, and Future Policy By Abdulwahab Alsheshteri IELP Independent Research Writing LING 153 Thursday August 11, 2011 Barbara Pijan, Instructor Portland State University 1.0 Introduction………………………………………………….3 2.0 Data Section………………………………………………

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....4 2.2 Explain the Clean-up……………………………….….5 2.2.1 Extinguishing of Kuwaiti oil fires………...…5 2.2.2 Cleaning the salty water…………………......6 2.2.3 Cleaning the soil…………………………..…7 2.3 Future Environmental Policy……………………….….8 2.3.1 The future, what is KOC future plan to keep fixing the damage, how much damage is left?...................................................8 2.3.2 What is Kuwait government environmental policy to manage all the oil fields………………………………………....9 2.3.3 Is there any regional policy, does OPEC have any environmental policy?......................................9 3.0 What is the best thing for Kuwait government to do?..............9 4.0 Reference 1.0 Introduction Now-a-days there is no need of explanation that petroleum is a potent environmental contaminant. Since beginning of 21st Century news of various ship wrecks with crude petroleum and fuel petroleum as cargo made the headlines of every new channels and newspapers constantly. These oil spills endangered the ecological balance of the sea. But in this paper we will discuss about the oil spills which occurred during the Gulf war and its environmental influence on the regions of the oil spills. ...
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