Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oil-pipeline-under-construction--Egypt--The-pipeline-runs-for-some-200-km-along-the-coast-to-Suez--It-is-an-easy-military-target--Leakage-could-remain-undetected-for-long-periods--27MZIF4ODX9.htmlConceptually similarOil pipeline running along side of the Red Sea.GP0F1QCompleted★★★★Oil pollution on the Red Sea coast between Hurghada and Suez. Egypt.GP0IL8Completed★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP03CICompleted★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP0BQYCompleted★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP019KRCompleted★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP0URKCompleted★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP0DU5Completed★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP01C2YCompleted★★★★Save the Dugong Action in JapanGP0VSHCompleted★★★★View AllGP0VLHOil pipeline under construction, Egypt. The pipeline runs for some 200 km along the coast to Suez. It is an easy military target. Leakage could remain undetected for long periods.Oil pipeline under construction, Egypt. The pipeline runs for some 200 km along the coast to Suez. It is an easy military target. Leakage could remain undetected for long periods.Locations:Red SeaDate:1 Jun, 1990Credit:© Mike Midgley / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3717px X 2581pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Outdoors-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Egypt DocumentationBackground photography of Egypt.