Greenpeace bear witness to oil spills at the Mamontovskoe and Yuzhno-Balyksky oil fields, owned by Rosneft in the Khanty-Mansiysk district, Siberia. Rosneft’s operations have turned thousands of hectares of forest into environmental disaster zones just in a matter of years. Rosneft has received at least 23 license blocks from the Russian government for oil exploration and production on the Arctic shelf.
Aerial of an oil spill at the Rosneft oil field, Pyt-Yakh. Disastrous oil spills is a daily routine at Rosneft fields near Pyt'-Yah, Khanty-Mansi region, Siberia.
© Denis Sinyakov / Greenpeace
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Five Greenpeace Belgium activists hold hand banners reading: "Gazprom: Don't Destroy The Arctic', during the Brussels European Autumn Gas Conference. Greenpeace demands that Gazprom cease their high-risk oil exploration in the Arctic. The...
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