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Criminal and civil probes have reportedly been launched after an oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach, California, sent up to 144,000 gallons of heavy crude into the ocean over the weekend.  California Gov. Gavin Newsom proclaimed a state of emergency in Orange County to support emergency response to the spill.

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California oil spill state of emergency: criminal, civil probes launched


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Coast Guard officials said that investigators were looking into whether a ship’s anchor may have struck a pipeline on the ocean floor. Cargo ships often pass through the area and backlogs have affected ports in recent months.

Amplify Energy CEO Martyn Willsher said company divers were inspecting the area of the suspected leak and that he expected a clearer picture of what caused the damage. Willsher also said an anchor from a cargo ship striking the pipeline is "one of the distinct possibilities."

The pipeline was supposed to be monitored under an automated leak detection system that would report any problems to a control room, but smaller leaks were expected to take longer to detect, according to a 2016 spill response plan for the Amplify platforms submitted to federal regulators.

Huntington Beach area beaches could be closed for months

While the leaking pipe had been shut down, containment of the oil was not confirmed.
Authorities say that about 3% of the oil has been captured thus far. While it is still too soon to determine the impact on the surrounding environment, beaches could be closed for months and coastal fisheries are closed to both commercial and recreational fishing.  


The damage stretched about six miles along the California coast. Amplify Energy shut down its California operations to limit the spill, and the Coast Guard led an operation to find the source.

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