This undated photo provided by the California State Lands Commission shows Platform Holly, an oil drilling rig in the Santa Barbara Channel offshore of the city of Goleta. The platform will be decommissioned and its operator is seeking bankruptcy protection, almost three years after the platform was idled when an onshore pipeline ruptured and spilled a massive amount of oil into the ocean.
This undated photo provided by the California State Lands Commission shows Platform Holly, an oil drilling rig in the Santa Barbara Channel offshore of the city of Goleta. The platform will be decommissioned and its operator is seeking bankruptcy protection, almost three years after the platform was idled when an onshore pipeline ruptured and spilled a massive amount of oil into the ocean. AP California State Lands Commission
This undated photo provided by the California State Lands Commission shows Platform Holly, an oil drilling rig in the Santa Barbara Channel offshore of the city of Goleta. The platform will be decommissioned and its operator is seeking bankruptcy protection, almost three years after the platform was idled when an onshore pipeline ruptured and spilled a massive amount of oil into the ocean. AP California State Lands Commission

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