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Exxon slapped with prohibition order on Kingfish B

EXXONMOBIL's Australian subsidiary Esso has been slapped with an occupational health and safety prohibition notice by the regulator over concerns a worker might fall through a heavily corroded area on the Kingfish B platform in the offshore Bass Strait.

Exxon slapped with prohibition order on Kingfish B

The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) issued Exxon with notice after an inspection of the ageing platform. The inspection found "an immediate threat...

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