Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/BP-Oil-Rig-Protest-in-the-North-Sea---Day-1---2---News-Access---Soundbite-27MZIFJ826TUB.htmlConceptually similarBP Oil Rig Protest in the North Sea - Day 5 - Soundbite from Activist TomGP0STTG42Completed★★★★★★BP Oil Rig Protest in the North Sea - Day 2 evening - New Activists Board the Rig - News AccessGP0STTFVECompleted★★★★★★Video Compilation of Ten Day Protest against BP Rig in Scotland and North SeaGP0STUL7GCompleted★★★★BP Oil Rig Protest in the North Sea - Day 8 - Climate Emergency banner held alongside BP rig_News AccessGP0STTGZICompleted★★★★★★Occupation of Oil Rigs in North SeaGP04GLECompleted★★★★Activists at Edinburgh Court before Trial on BP Rig Action - John Sauven SoundbiteGP0STULHXCompleted★★★★Activists at Edinburgh Court before Trial on BP Rig Action - News AccessGP0STULI4Completed★★★★Swimmer in front of BP Oil Rig Holds Climate Emergency Banner- North Sea - News AccessGP0STTHUJCompleted★★★★BP Oil Rig does 1st U-turn away from North sea drilling site and heads to land - News AccessGP0STTGZPCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STTG8MBP Oil Rig Protest in the North Sea - Day 1 & 2 - News Access & SoundbiteGreenpeace activists board a BP oil rig and hang Climate Emergency banner in Cromarty Firth, Scotland. The rig has been halted from leaving to head to drilling grounds. Edit has soundbite from Greenpeace activist Jo from local area. The footage is from 9th and 10th June.The rig is the 'Paul B Loyd Jr', owned by Transocean, and on its way to the Vorlich field where it was to be drilling new oil wells, operated by BP, paying £140,000 a day for its use. BP is the operator, Transocean the owner, the same as the Deepwater Horizon. Greenpeace is calling on BP to halt looking for new oil and invest in renewable power instead.Locations:Cromarty Firth-Europe-Scotland-United KingdomDate:9 Jun, 2019Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:6m28sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :NEWS ACCESS-SOUNDBITEKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-British Petroleum (BP)-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Day-Greenpeace activists-Inflatables (boats)-KWCI (GPI)-Non-violent direct actions-Oil (Industry)-Oil exploration-Oil rigs-Outdoors-SeasShoot:BP Oil Rig Climate Emergency Occupation Action in Scotland & North SeaGreenpeace activists have occupied a BP oil rig in Scotland for more than 10 day in a climate emergency protest.Greenpeace is calling on BP to halt drilling for new oil in light of the climate emergency and refocus their business on renewable energy.