Wilderness Society says plan gives no clear indication where company would source equipment and people needed to contain a potential major spill

BP’s publicly available plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight don’t give a clear indication of where it would get all the people, boats and aircraft needed to contain a major oil spill in the remote waters 300km off the coast of South Australia, according to the Wilderness Society.

BP says it is confident its plans “are appropriate” but says “the regulator will ultimately determine if this is the case”.

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Source: Guardian Environment