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A hole in the roof permitted the smoke from burning oil egress; yet the atmosphere was far from lucid.
The sea is full of fire on summer nights all the way down from Novastoshnah to Lukannon, and each seal leaves a wake like burning oil behind him and a flaming flash when he jumps, and the waves break in great phosphorescent streaks and swirls.
Suddenly there was the momentary gleam of a light up in the direction of the ventilator, which vanished immediately, but was succeeded by a strong smell of burning oil and heated metal.
THERE is no hope of survival for missing sailors on a burning oil tanker off China, the chief of Iran's maritime agency has said.
No survivors THERE is no hope of survival for the 29 missing sailors on a burning oil tanker off China, the chief of Iran's maritime agency said.
NNA - Iranian state TV is quoting an official as saying there's "no hope" of survival for missing sailors on burning oil tanker off China.
Rabiei called the Iranian and Chinese rescue teams to board the burning oil tanker at the earliest.
Emergency workers unloading the bodies of two crew members, said to have been found on board a burning oil tanker on Saturday (January 13) as 13 boats attempt to put out the fire.
1991 -- A Kuwaiti firefighting team of 26 members participate in putting out fires at the burning oil wells, set ablaze by the occupying Iraqi troops.
The Paris Agreement put a legal obligation on countries to halt carbon pollution caused by burning oil and coal.
settles on the polished votives burning oil and vows.
The company prides itself in being able to produce carbon black in a clean, sustainable way, versus the typical manufacturing of carbon black which entails burning oil ("furnace process").