State-owned oil and gas giant PTT Plc vowed to improve its oil transportation network and facilities following last month's oil spills in Rayong to ensure safety and prevent other accidents.
Clean-up continues on a Koh Samet beach yesterday after a PTTGC floating hose broke during crude oil loading, spilling at least 50,000 litres into the Gulf of Thailand and creating an ecological concern. PTT Plc
Board chairman Parnpree Bahiddhanukara said after a board meeting yesterday that a floating hose that broke during crude oil loading will be replaced with a new one.
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