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HALIFAX — BP Canada has reported a spill of drilling fluids from its oil exploration operation taking place off the coast of Nova Scotia.
An incident report on the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board website said there is a "preliminary estimate" that 136 cubic metres spilled from the West Aquarius drilling unit on Friday before it was stopped.