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Published on March 10, 2016

Author: NormanMcCombMSEE

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1. Norman McComb_CV_Feb 2016 1 | P a g e Norman J. McComb Environmental Engineering & Management Specialist Overview Norman is an environmental professional with cradle to grave experience in project planning and management in various areas ranging from environmental incident management and investigation (loss adjusting) to environmental consultancy, contracting and advisory roles. Norman has experience working in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia and Papa New Guinea for numerous clients including oil and gas production facilities; regional transport facilities; commercial and industrial manufacturers; major utility companies; power generation facilities; construction engineers; consulting engineers; and regional and local governments. Norman is a pragmatist at heart and an efficient negotiator well suited to problem solving. Education & Affiliations  MSc Environmental Engineering  BSc (Hons) Geography  Member of Society of Environmental Engineers (UK)  Member of International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas Programme (IEAGHG) Areas of Expertise  Contaminated Land Management  Environmental Management Systems  Environmental Insurance  Due diligence investigations  Climate Change Adaptation  Incident Investigation & Management (ICAM)  Acid Sulfate Soils & Groundwater Management  Construction Environmental Management Plans  Business Development Work History 2014 to 2016 Laing O’Rourke, Environmental Team Lead (Western Australia & UK) 2012 to 2014 WSP | Parsons Brinkerhoff, Environmental Engineer (Western Australia, New South Wales & Papua New Guinea) 2011 to 2012 Mason Evans, Geo-environmental Engineer (UK & Ireland) 2010 to 2011 Whiteford Geoservices, Project Manager (UK & Ireland) 2008 to 2010 Crawford & Company, Environmental Loss Adjuster (UK & Ireland) 2007 to 2008 Alpha Environmental, Environmental Field Scientist (UK & Ireland)

2. 2 | P a g e Project Experience Environmental Engineer │ Carbon Capture & Storage Interdisciplinary School │ IEAGHG│ 2016 Industry participant in International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas (IEAGHG) Interdisciplinary Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) School. Participants (usually from a research or PhD background) were selected from a global application process that was 3 times oversubscribed. This event brings together people with different backgrounds, such as engineering, geology, socio-economics etc. with the main focus on CCS. I was awarded with a student of the week award. Environmental Team Lead │ Wheatstone LNG Construction │ Chevron & Bechtel│ 2014 – 2016 Tasked with reviewing, updating and implementing the Construction Environmental Management Plan and Acid Sulfate Soils Management Plan during the construction of Wheatstone is an LNG liquefaction and gas export plant. The scope of work for the Inside Battery Limits and the Outside Battery Limits (ISBL & OSBL) Civil Works Project includes tasks required to perform earthworks, install electrical earthing systems, install concrete, steel reinforcing and embedded materials, and install items incidental to foundation slabs, piers, pedestals, trenches, sumps and other structures.  Implementation and review of EMS (ISO 14001)  Daily site inspections and audits (Environmental Spill Control; Chemical Management; Waste Management; Flora & Fauna interaction management; Dust control; Stormwater management)  Internal and external KPI reporting  JHA and SWMS reviews  Incident investigation and management  NGERs and National Pollution Inventory reporting and assessment  Reviewing, updating and implementing company and client Construction Environmental Management Plan and Acid Sulfate Soils Management Plan for construction of LNG Plant  Formulation and implementation of Acid Sulfate Soils Dewatering Management Plan for structural sump construction  Project financial forecasting and budgeting  Staffing and resource allocating Environmental Specialist │ White Rose CCS │ ALSTOM & DRAX│ 2015 Environmental specialist asked with reviewing environmental scope for tender on flagship Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) plant in the UK. Environmental Team Lead │ Wheatstone LNG Acid Sulfate Soils │ Chevron & Bechtel │ 2014 – 2016 During the construction phase of Wheatstone LNG there was a significant groundwater dewatering element required for the construction of structural sumps. During my time on site I was the technical specialist tasked with designing and implementing the groundwater dewatering system that could successfully abstract, treat, store (in line with regional environmental guidance) and discharge Acid Sulfate Water. Through cost engineering design and implementing a robust environmental testing regime I successfully reduced the cost and scope of works for the client from $15million (AUD) to $5million (AUD). Senior Environmental Advisor │ Gorgon LNG Construction │ Chevron & CKJV │ 2013 Senior environmental advisor (secondment) tasked with reviewing, updating and implementing the Environmental Management Plan during the construction phase of Gorgon General Utilities on behalf of Laing O’Rourke. Positioned within the HSE team, my role was to promote environmental awareness whilst ensuring OHS compliance through the promotion of an Incident and Injury Free workplace.  Implementation of site EMS (ISO 14001)  JHA and SWMS reviews

3. 3 | P a g e  Incident investigation and management  NGERs and NPI reporting and assessment  Internal and external KPI reporting  Reviewing, updating and implementing company and client Environmental Management Plan and Impact Mitigation Strategies for construction of LNG Plant Environmental Engineer │ Barrow Island Groundwater Monitoring │ Chevron │ 2012 – 2013 Environmental engineer tasked with undertaking licensed groundwater monitoring and reporting on contamination issues on an active oil production field. Usually part of a two-man team, time on-site consisted of FIFO swings. The undertaking of activities on-site required adherence to strict OHS guidelines through the formulisation and review of JHAs, undertaking toolbox talks, complying with relevant work permitting systems and proactive reporting of dangerous/hazardous behaviours of fellow employees via Stop Work authority requests and workplace observations. Groundwater sampling was undertaken using various techniques including: low-flow submersible pumping; and snap-sampling. Environmental Engineer │ Groundwater Investigations (Hydrocarbons) │ InterOil │ 2014 Environmental engineer tasked with undertaking groundwater monitoring and reporting as part of US$525M acquisition of InterOil for Puma Energy in Papua New Guinea. Field work was undertaken in Rabaul, Kavieng and Port Moresby. Environmental Engineer │ Indoor Vapour Investigations │ AusFuel │ 2014 Environmental engineer tasked with investigating indoor vapour pathways on various service stations and depots. Various tasks included installing vapour wells and collecting vapour samples via Tedlar bags. Environmental Engineer│ Groundwater Investigations (Hydrocarbons) │ AusFuel │ 2012 – 2014 Environmental engineer tasked with undertaking phase I and II environmental site investigations and reporting on contamination issues on service stations. Acting as the lead engineer on-site I was required to formulate Site Environmental & Safety Management Plans, review JHA’s, update SOP’s and make sure the risks associated with relevant and potential contaminates of concern was managed. During the undertaking of works, hot-work permitting was required in compliance Work Place Clearance Group guidelines. Groundwater sampling techniques deployed included low-flow submersible; peristaltic pumping; and snap-sampling. Environmental Engineer│ Phase I & II Site Investigations │ Various│ 2012 – 2014 Site engineer tasked with undertaking phase I & II site investigations. The various projects included:  Phase I Environmental Condition Investigation, WA Salt Group: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I investigation into environmental conditioning of a salt processing facility proposed for land redevelopment. (Cockburn, Western Australia)  Phase II Site Investigation, Confidential: Project engineer tasked with the coordination of drilling works and collecting of soil samples for laboratory analysis on a hotel property within Fremantle. (Fremantle, Western Australia)  Phase II Site Investigation, Ausfuel: Project engineer tasked with the coordination of drilling works and collecting of soil samples for laboratory analysis on a service station. (Waterloo, Western Australia)  Phase I Environmental Due Diligence Assessment, Hills Holdings Ltd: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I Environmental Due Diligence site assessment on a commercial building located within Malaga Industrial Estate. (Malaga, Western Australia)  Phase I Environmental Due Diligence Assessment, CorMac Consulting: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I Environmental Due Diligence site assessment on a 1.2 ha site within

4. 4 | P a g e Perth CBD containing a 22-storey office building, 3-storey retail building, two 2-storey hotels, two pubs, and three commercial 2-storey buildings. (Perth, Western Australia)  Fill Characterisation Sampling, Savills Project Management: Project engineer tasked with undertaking soil sampling on a 2.7 ha site to characterise site-wide fill materials for the presence of ACM. (Perth, Western Australia)  Phase I Environmental Due Diligence Assessment, GE Capital: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I Environmental Due Diligence site assessment on a 31 level, multi-storey, multi-tenancy commercial building located within Perth CBD. (Perth, Western Australia)  Phase I Environmental Due Diligence Assessment, GE Capital: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I Environmental Due Diligence site assessment on a 9-storey, multi-tenancy commercial building located within Perth CBD. (Perth, Western Australia)  Phase I Environmental Due Diligence Assessment, GE Capital: Project engineer tasked with undertaking Phase I Environmental Due Diligence site assessment on an 8-storey, multi-tenancy commercial building located within Perth CBD. (Perth, Western Australia) Environmental Engineer│ Environmental Auditing & Due Diligence │ Various│ 2012 – 2014 Site engineer tasked with undertaking asbestos register compliance audits, due diligence investigations and environmental management audits. The various projects included:  Asbestos Register Compliance Auditing, Truck Centre WA: Site engineer tasked with undertaking annual asbestos register compliance audit. (Perth, Western Australia)  Asbestos investigation, St Maria Gorettis Primary School: Project Manager tasked with managing and undertaking destructive investigation for the identification of ACM. (Western Australia)  Asbestos Removal Works, St Maria Gorettis Primary School: PM tasked with supervising ACM removal works. (Western Australia)  Asbestos Management Plan, Truck Centre: Lead engineer tasked with undertaking annual asbestos survey and updating of asbestos management plan. (Kewdale, Western Australia)  Hazardous Materials Survey, GE Capital: Project engineer tasked with undertaking hazardous materials survey within a 1970’s-constructed commercial premise located within a multiple-unit complex fronting the Albany Highway. (East Victoria Park, Western Australia)  Air Monitoring (Asbestos in Soils), Gregory Aylin: Project engineer tasked with undertaking air monitoring during ground disturbance works as part of the Burswood Stadium project. (Burswood, Western Australia)  Due Diligence Investigations, GE Capital: Site engineer tasked with undertaking numerous environmental risk audits on various properties as part of divestment/investment propositions. (Various, Western Australia)  C&D Recycling Facility, WA Recycling: EMS and Process Audit of C&D recycling facility. (Western Australia) Project Manager │ Landfill waste characterisation │ Comber Consortium │ 2011 Site manager for the duration of detailed site investigation works on an unregulated and unlicensed landfill located on the shores of Strangford Lough (RAMSAR Site). Project Manager │ Ballylumford Tank Base Stabilisation │ AES Corporation │ 2011 Project manager for the recovery of Heavy Fuel Oil from tank storage bases within Ballylumford Power Station (UK). I was responsible for the overall running of the project within budget as well as ensuring compliance of staff and contractors with the site OHS framework for excavations and hot-works within an active power station. Project Manager │ R&D Pulverized Fuel Ash & HFO Stabilisation │ AES Corporation │ 2011

5. 5 | P a g e Lead consultant for research into the use of Pulverized Fuel Ash (PFA) for the consolidation of tank storage bases impacted by Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO). Project Manager │ Isotope analysis of diesel biodegradation│ AES Corporation │ 2011 Site manager and liaison champion between Queens University Belfast and monitored natural attenuation program undertaken on-site. Project Manager │ Diesel release management│ AES Corporation │ 2011 On-site project manager tasked with planning and undertaking the site investigation into spill event on a distillate facility at Ballylumford Power Station. Project Management │ Spill response management │ Various │ 2010 – 2011 Day to day duties included the management and co-ordination of geotechnical and geophysical investigations notably on Contaminated Land (Phase 1 and 2) and Pre and Post Wind Farm installations. Other essential responsibilities include client liaison, business development and the management of academic and commercial R&D projects. Responsibilities regarding contaminated land were to act as an independent consultant for the Loss Adjuster. We were appointed as independent consultants to provide clear and concise information regarding contamination on-site, removing the conflict of interests for the benefit of the Insurer. The level seriousness of contamination on site and what appropriate remedial action was required indicated by Phase 1 and 2 studies. The task of remediation was then put out for tender based on our recommendations. Final validation of the site was then undertaken following completion of remedial works by the third party contractor. The various projects I was involved in are detailed below:  Ballylumford Tank Base Stabilisation, AES Corporation: Project manager for the recovery of Heavy Fuel Oil from tank storage bases within Ballylumford Power Station (UK). I was responsible for the overall running of the project within budget as well as ensuring compliance of staff and contractors with the site OHS framework for excavations and hot-works within an active power station.  R&D Pulverized Fuel Ash & HFO Stabilisation, AES Corporation: Lead consultant for research into the use of Pulverized Fuel Ash (PFA) for the consolidation of tank storage bases impacted by Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO).  Isotope analysis of diesel biodegradation, AES Corporation: Site manager and liaison champion between Queens University Belfast and monitored natural attenuation program undertaken on- site.  Phase II site investigation, AES Corporation: On-site project manager tasked with planning and undertaking the site investigation into spill event on a distillate facility at Ballylumford Power Station. Site Engineer │ Geotechnical & Geophysical Investigations │ Various │ 2010 – 2011 Site engineer task with planning, coordinating and managing geotechnical and geophysical investigations on various construction and wind farm sites. The various projects included:  Foundation suitability investigation, Mott MacDonald: Site engineer tasked with investigating ground conditions within Belfast Metropolitan area (Sherwood Sandstone) as part of foundation design (as well as ground contamination assessment) for proposed re-development of University of Ulster Campus. Role consisted of site management for the advancement of boreholes (rotary drilling and shell and auger) and subsequent well installation. (Belfast, UK)  Turbine base and road conditioning investigation, SSE Renewables & AECOM: Site engineer tasked with undertaking, borehole logging, ground stability (plate bearing tests) and in-situ geo- mesh design investigations on various wind farm sites as part of investment/divestment transactions. (UK and Ireland)

6. 6 | P a g e  On-shore Wind Farm Investigations, Various: Site engineer undertaking ground stability testing, rock quality analysis, peat slide risk assessments, ground resistivity testing (Campus Tigre and Megger DetT2) and seismic refracturing (Seistronics RAS 24) on numerous wind farm locations. The largest site consisted of No. 50 turbine locations spanning an area of approximately 2000ha situated 10km east of Donegal town. The various windfarms included: Whappstown; Meenbog; Cam Burn; Glenconway; Tievenamenta; Slievekirk; Meenadreen; Straness; Croaghnameal; Dromada; Athea; Altahullion; Brackagh; Glenconway; Straness; Slievekirk (UK and Ireland)  Ground conditioning investigations, Various: Site engineer tasked with undertaking borehole and trial pit logging, ground stability (plate bearing tests), percolation, and fill characterization investigations on various domestic and commercial sites pre-constriction. (UK and Ireland)  Ground conditioning investigations, Various: Site engineer tasked with GPR (Mala Ramac 1000MHz), ground resistivity testing (Campus Tigre and Megger DetT2), seismic refracturing (Seistronics RAS 24), and electro-magnetic (Geonics EM31 Ground Conductivity Meter) investigations for the characterisation and depth of fill material and locating of in-situ building remnants and redundant utilities. (UK and Ireland) Environmental Loss Adjuster & Scientist │ Environmental Insurance│ Various │ 2007 – 2010 I was employed as a Technical Specialist / Environmental Loss Adjuster which involved cradle to grave management of environmental insurance incidents. Critically, the responsibility rested with me to determine the contamination severity and likely method and cost of remediation. On a technical level I conducted seminars to educate clients (Insurers, Brokers and Insured) and other relevant stakeholders (local authorities) involved within environmental incidents. This involved explaining the processes associated with CLR 11 (similar to DER contaminated sites guidelines) and the attached responsibilities incorporated within Part 2A EPA 1990, and Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2006 (polluter pays principle). Most importantly, I was required to highlight the associated hazards with contaminated land and the attached liabilities of land owners. Another aspect of my role was to provide guidance to heads of other departments where environmental issues may have created a problem in the progression of a particular claim. My role within the loss adjusting sector helped me develop relationships with local and regional authorities. This involved experience in the serving of abatement notices and the management of multisite remediation programs. Some cases, involved complex party-wall and land ownership issues and some where there was the reluctance of any party to admit liability of a pollution incident. During multisite contamination cases there was also the engagement with solicitors and other legal professionals concerning liability issues. A summary of some projects are provided below:  Environmental Liability assessment, Insurance Industry: Technical specialist for the undertaking of Loss Adjustment and Environmental Liability assessments on a property impacted by ACM due to a fire in an adjacent premises. (Carmarthen, UK)  Environmental Liability assessment, Insurance Industry: Technical specialist for the undertaking of Loss Adjustment and Environmental Liability assessments on a commercial pig farm impacted by a fire outbreak at the premises. (Ballymena, UK)  Groundwater impacted by hexavalent chromium, Aerospace manufacturer: Technical advisory role concerned with environmental compliance auditing and due diligence monitoring on-Site. (Confidential, Southampton, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Liability investigation into spill incident (waste oils) from a mechanics that resulted in residential occupants having to vacate their premises due to vapour intrusion issues. I became involved at after a 2 year stand-off where I was required to validate the site and return the occupants to their property. As part of the process there was the requirement to conduct remedial works in compliance with recommendations from the Chief Environmental Health Officer of Ipswich City Council. (Ipswich, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role managing the environmental response and liability investigations into a 5000 litre diesel spill at a specialised

7. 7 | P a g e print works. Remedial works coordinated consisted of internal stripping of impacted building materials and subsequent refitting. (London, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 2000 litre kerosene spill at heritage listed dwelling. The basement structure of the dwelling was impacted which required lowering of the water table and subsequent disposal of hydrocarbon impacted groundwater to a water interceptor. Following approval from the Environment Agency treated groundwater could be discharged to sewer and remaining dirty water within the primary interceptor was disposed of by specialised contractor. Vapour abatement measures were undertaken to mitigate hydrocarbon vapours within the dwelling. Continual groundwater removal and bio-surfactant treatment of impacted foundations facilitated site validation. (Milton Keynes, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 1000 litre kerosene spill at a heritage listed rectory dwelling. Dwelling foundations and subfloor fill was impacted by free product. Remedial actions required included the internal excavation of sub-floor fill and the fitting of a passive sub-floor ventilation system. Due to building age, considerable structural preparation was required to facilitate construction works. (Winchester, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 900 litre kerosene spill at a domestic property. Liability issues arose due to impact to neighbouring party wall and vapour intrusion issues. (Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 9000 litre release of unleaded fuel from a service station. (Glasgow, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 3500 litre release of kerosene fuel from domestic fuel tank. Liability issues arose due to impact on the neighbouring party wall, vapour intrusion within the neighbouring garage and suspected impacted on the local river. (Kings Lynn, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a 4000 litre release of kerosene from a domestic heating oil tank. Project was further complicated by the occurrence of a protected species, the crested newt, which required relocating by specialised fauna handlers. (Ipswich, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a de-icant release from Heathrow Airport on nearby recreational ponds. (London, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a fire outbreak at a pig factory. (Ballymena, UK)  Contaminated land incident management, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing environmental response and liability investigations into a fire outbreak at a potato factory and subsequent planning requirements for redevelopment of the premises. (Derry, UK)  Effluent contamination of residential gardens, Insurance Industry: Technical advisory role tasked with managing liabilities of various parties regarding effluent discharge into a number of residential estates. (Utility provider, Northern Ireland)  Phase II Contaminated Land Assessment, Insurance Industry: Field scientist tasked with undertaking a Phase I and II contaminated land investigation concerning fire damage to ACM within domestic property. (Gloucester, UK)

8. 8 | P a g e  Phase II Contaminated Land Assessment, Drayton Nursery: Field scientist tasked with undertaking a Phase II contaminated land investigation within a commercial nursery impacted by an on-going diesel leak and ACM materials. (Enfield, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. (Ennsikillen, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Andersonstown, Co, Antrim. (Andersonstown, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Stewartstown, Co, Antrim. (Stewartstown, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Dalgellau, Gwynedd. (Dalgellau, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Bala, Gwynedd. (Bala, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Dromore, Co. Down. (Dromore, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within the Fortwilliam area of Belfast. (Belfast, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Dunmurry, Co. Antrim. (Dunmurry, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Ormeau Embankment area of Belfast. (Belfast, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within South Belfast. (Belfast, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Stoneyford, Co. Antrim. (Stoneyford, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Laurelhill area of Lisburn, Co. Antrim. (Lisburn, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Glenavy, Co. Antrim. (Glenavy, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Dundonald, Co. Antrim. (Dundonald, UK)  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Donegal town. (Co. Donegal, Ireland)

9. 9 | P a g e  Phase I and II Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Insurance Industry: Field Scientist tasked with undertaking Site Walkover and Investigation into hydrocarbon spill at a residential property within Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. (Cookstown, UK)

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