Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oil-Spill-Response-Vessel-during-California-Oil-Spill-27MZIF3YPXYT.htmlConceptually similarOil Spill Response Vessel during California Oil SpillGP0STP1R2Completed★★★★Oil Spill Response Vessel during California Oil SpillGP0STP1OPCompleted★★★★Aerial View of California Oil SpillGP0STP1QVCompleted★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1OOCompleted★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1OFCompleted★★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1OICompleted★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1ONCompleted★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1OBCompleted★★★★Activists Clean up Californian Oil SpillGP0STP1OECompleted★★★★View AllGP0STP1R0Oil Spill Response Vessel during California Oil SpillOil spill response vessel, The Ocean Sentinel, attempts to contain oil from a broken pipeline in the Pacific Ocean near Goleta. A 24-inch underground pipeline leaked into a culvert leading to the ocean. Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline said up to 105,000 of gallons of oil were released before the pipeline was shut down.Locations:California-North America-Pacific Ocean-Santa Barbara-United States of AmericaDate:20 May, 2015Credit:© Jonathan Alcorn / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5472px X 3648pxKeywords:Boats-Cleaning-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Disasters-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (topography)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil pipelines-Oil spills-Oiled beaches-Outdoors-Pollution-Sunny-WaterShoot:California Oil SpillCleanup crews begin treating four miles of the Pacific Ocean and shoreline near Goleta, Calif., after a 24-inch underground pipeline broke and leaked into a culvert leading to the ocean. Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline said an estimated 21,000 gallons of oil were released before the pipeline was shut down. Sea life is dead in the oil. Whales were seen in the area affected by the oil which lies in an area of state park beaches.