With the fact-finding committee on last month's oil spill off Rayong set to announce its investigation results today, petroleum executives insist best practices on safety have always been in place but admit some "minor adjustments" may be needed for better handling of emergencies.
Petroleum executives say changes will be made to avoid another accident like last month’s oil spill off Rayong province. PTT PLC
Siri Jirapongphan, executive director of the Petroleum Institute of Thailand, said existing criteria should be strengthened, particularly in terms of decision-making when responding to accidents.
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