Petroperu needs to pay for their oil spills

(PeruReports) “Petroperu can’t attribute the pipeline fracture to nature,” environment and energy specialist Freddy Rojas told El Comercio. “This pipeline is from the 60s, so they have to foresee these accidents. Mismanagement in this area is clear.”

Even though this article is from last year, it needs to stay fresh on people's minds. The Amazon is one of the few precious areas of rain forest on the earth.

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