Greenpeace activists at risk of prison time over BP protest

Greenpeace activists on the Cromarty Firth.
Credit Greenpeace.
Handout.
One use only.
Greenpeace climbers on BP oil rig in Cromarty Firth, Scotland.
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 activists on the Cromarty Firth. Credit Greenpeace. Handout. One use only. Greenpeace climbers on BP oil rig in Cromarty Firth, Scotland. 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.

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