NO OIL SPILL AFTER GAS LEAK UNDERSEA

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(1223 CR M07) NO OIL SPILL AFTER GAS LEAK UNDERSEADATELINE: Dec. 23, 2011LENGTH: 00:01:53PKGINTROCNOOC, China's largest offshore energy explorer, says no oil spill has been found following a gas leak from one of its underwater natural gas pipelines in the South China Sea.As China Report shows you, the company says it will repair the leaking pipeline as soon as the conditions permit.PKGThe gas leak was detected Monday by fishermen about 12 kilometers from the natural gas terminal in Zhuhai City of south China's Guangdong province.Gao Guangsheng, vice president of CNOOC's Shenzhen branch, told CNC that his company is preparing for repair work.SOUNDBITE(CHINESE): GAO GUANGSHENG, VP OF CNOOC'S SHENZHEN BRANCH"After four days of active pressure venting, the internal pressure of the pipe is approaching the appropriate level for repair. And we have started to inject nitrogen into the pipe."Injections of nitrogen started Thursday morning as a dredger surveyed the pipe's surroundings for repair
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