Posted by | July 17, 2010 00:47 | Filed under: Top Stories

How many more oil casualties will there be before there is a greater push for sustainable energy?

An oil pipeline at a busy Chinese port exploded, causing a massive fire that burned for 15 hours before being put out Saturday. Officials said no one was killed.

State-run media said the pipeline blew up Friday evening, and more than 2,000 firefighters worked overnight to control flames and further blasts on a second pipeline.

China Central Television showed flames raging among tanks at the port in the northern city of Dalian, and state media described flames of about 100 feet (30 meters) high.

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