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“State media have said oil operations at the Xingang port have resumed.”
“But now I'm back on the ship, we're pulling out of Xingang harbor right now, and I'm watching boats and other ships pass as we make our way through the busy shipping lanes.”
“NORTH ASIA: 1. CHINA: an unidentified bulk carrier was boarded 30 Jul while at Xingang port.”
“The leaks were China's worst since a pipeline explosion at Xingang port in Dalian, Liaoning province, on July 16 last year caused about 11,000 barrels of oil to spill into the Yellow Sea.”
“A fire broke out July 16, 2010, at Dalian's Xingang port, partly operated by PetroChina, following a pipeline explosion.”
“Evergreen Marine, Taiwan's largest container-shipping line, and Simatech Shipping LLC of Dubai jointly started a route last month between China's Xingang Port and Nhava Sheva port near Mumbai on the Indian west coast.”
“Two pipelines exploded at an oil storage depot belonging to China National Petroleum Corp near Dalian's Xingang Harbour on Friday night, triggering a spectacular blaze that burned throughout the weekend. talkback”
“Seven days after two crude oil pipelines exploded in Xingang port on”
“A pipeline explosion and fire hit the Xingang port, home to a 19 million barrel strategic petroleum reserve, during a tanker offloading last Friday, spilling 1,500 tonnes of crude into the sea to leave a slick covering 183 sq km (71 sq miles).”
“The Xingang oil storage site, where the explosion happened, is home to one of the country's first government-held emergency crude stockpiles.”
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