Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Disrupting-Oil-Survey-in-New-Zealand-27MZIFV126_X.htmlConceptually similarDisrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP04T13Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP04T14Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP04T16Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CL3Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CKZCompleted★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CL0Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CL1Completed★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CL4Completed★★★★★★Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandGP02CL5Completed★★★★View AllGP04T15Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandInflatables and sailing boats, including Secret Affair, with Greenpeace activists disrupt the seismic testing carried out by Brazilian oil giant Petrobras in Raukumara Basin, off East Cape, North Island. Banners are displayed reading "Stop deep sea oil". Deep sea oil drilling is being opposed because of the risk of oil spills polluting marine life and coastlines and the impact of climate change when the oil is burnt.Locations:Aotearoa-North Island-OceaniaDate:10 Apr, 2011Credit:© Malcolm Pullman / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3543px X 2372pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil drilling-Oil exploration-Outdoors-Seas-Seismic testing-ShipsShoot:Disrupting Oil Survey in New ZealandInflatables and sailing boats with Greenpeace activists alongside the oil survey ship Orient Explorer disrupt the seismic testing by Brazilian oil giant Petrobras in Raukumara Basin, off East Cape, North Island. Floating behind the ship, the airgun arrays release thousands of high-decibel explosions to map deposits beneath the sea floor. Deep sea oil drilling is being opposed because of the risk of oil spills polluting marine life and coastlines and the impact of climate change when the oil is burnt.