Gibraltar says heavy fuel yet to be removed from cargo ship


              Fuel is transferred by a pipe to a small orange boat as a precaution from the stricken Tuvalu-registered OS 35 cargo ship that collided with a liquid natural gas carrier in the bay of Gibraltar last Monday in Gibraltar, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022. Gibraltar authorities say that a small amount of heavy fuel oil has leaked from a bulk carrier ship stranded since colliding Monday with another ship near the Bay of Gibraltar.  A government spokesman said that the situation was under control and the cargo ship was not in danger. He said there has been no environmental impact so far. (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno)
            
              The Tuvalu-registered OS 35 cargo ship that collided with a liquid natural gas carrier in the bay of Gibraltar last Monday, lies on the seabed, off Catalan bay to prevent it from sinking in Gibraltar, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022. Gibraltar authorities say that a small amount of heavy fuel oil has leaked from a bulk carrier ship stranded since colliding Monday with another ship near the Bay of Gibraltar.  A government spokesman said that the situation was under control and the cargo ship was not in danger. He said there has been no environmental impact so far. (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno)
            
              People relax on a beach in front of the stricken Tuvalu-registered OS 35 cargo ship that collided with a liquid natural gas carrier in the bay of Gibraltar last Monday in Gibraltar, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022. Gibraltar authorities say that a small amount of heavy fuel oil has leaked from a bulk carrier ship stranded since colliding Monday with another ship near the Bay of Gibraltar.  A government spokesman said that the situation was under control and the cargo ship was not in danger. He said there has been no environmental impact so far. (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno)
            Tug boats work to control spilled oil from the Tuvalu-registered OS 35 cargo ship that collided with a liquid natural gas carrier in the bay of Gibraltar last Monday in Gibraltar, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022. Gibraltar authorities say that a small amount of heavy fuel oil has leaked from a bulk carrier ship stranded since colliding Monday with another ship near the Bay of Gibraltar.  A government spokesman said that the situation was under control and the cargo ship was not in danger. He said there has been no environmental impact so far. (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno)