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Siberia sheds 20 thousand tons of diesel from the power plant, Putin announced state emergency

The state of emergency in Russia has been announced by President Vladimir Putin after the leakage of 20 thousand tons of diesel from a power plant in Siberia (Norilsk oil spill), Russia. Action is continuing on a war footing to clean diesel after it is found in the Ambernaya river in large quantities. President Putin has also expressed strong displeasure over the incident.

After a leakage of 20,000 tons of diesel from a power plant in Siberia, Russia, President Vladimir Putin has declared a state emergency. The plant from which the oil spilled is located in Norlisk city of Siberia. Action is being taken on a war footing to stop the huge amount of diesel flowing from this plant. Let us know that diesel has flowed from the plant and got into the Ambarnaya river.

Diesel leakage started from Friday

The plant in Siberia from which the diesel has leaked is a unit of Norlisk Nikil. The company is among the world’s top companies in the production of nickel and palladium metals. The oil spill in this company started from Friday itself, but due to lack of adequate restriction measures, 20,000 tons of diesel was washed away in two days.

Why Diesel Leak

It is being told that the leakage of oil in the plant started due to a pillar sinking of the fuel tank. The tank was built on icy hard ground which started melting as the temperature rose. However, such an incident is rarely seen in the Siberia region. Please tell that no official statement has been released by the company Norlissk Nikil about this incident.

Fear of water and soil crisis

With the oil spill, environmentalists have predicted a water and soil crisis in the Siberia region in the coming days. He has said that more than 350 square miles of the area have been affected by this leak. 15,000 tons of petroleum products have been found in the Ambarnaya river here. Cleaning up is now a very difficult task. This river goes ahead and meets a lake.

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