Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oil-Platform-Fire-in-Louisiana-27MZIFVVJA6T.htmlConceptually similarOil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C08Completed★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0ACompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0BCompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0CCompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0DCompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0ECompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0FCompleted★★★★Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaGP04C0GCompleted★★★★Collecting Oil from Oil Rig DisasterGP023AKCompleted★★★★View AllGP04C09Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaA United States Coast Guard plane flies over the Black Elk Energy oil production platform 40 kilometers east of Grand Isle after an explosion and fire killed two workers and sent four others to a hospital with burns.Locations:Gulf of Mexico-Louisiana-North America-United States of AmericaDate:16 Nov, 2012Credit:© Sean Gardner / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5530px X 3500pxKeywords:Accidents-Aerial view-Aeroplanes-Climate (campaign title)-Coast guards-Day-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (topography)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil fires-Oil rigs-Outdoors-SunnyShoot:Deadly Oil Platform Fire in LouisianaA Black Elk Energy oil production platform 40 kilometers east of Grand Isle, La., in the Gulf of Mexico is shown Nov. 16, 2012, after an explosion and fire killed two workers and sent four others to a hospital with burns. U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Ed Cubanski told a news conference in New Orleans the well was not producing at the time and no oil was leaking. A small amount of oil spilled from the rig when workers using a torch cut into a 75-foot-long, 3-inch-wide line on the platform. Cubanski said a sheen one-half mile long and 200 yards (meters) wide was reported in the area.