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California / Oil Dispute #577114

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 01, 1990
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(Studio: John Dancy) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara: David Burrington) Dispute between environmentalists and oil industry over offshore oil field at Point Arguello, California, featured; various oil scenes shown. [Chevron spokesman Mike MARCY - says we can't begin operation.] ["Get Oil Out" Carole Ann COLE - comments.] Formation of environmental group after 1969 Santa Barbara, California, oil spill noted. Chevron's efforts to ship by tanker instead of pipeline detailed. [County board of supervisors Tom ROGERS - talks about pipelining.] [Pipeline OPERATOR - says Chevron's oil can be handled.] [California coastal commission Susan HANSCH - says Chevron wants to use tankers because it is cheaper than pipelines.]

Burrington, David;
Dancy, John

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