‘Very hard life now’: 12 years after the Montara oil spill, Indonesians are still fighting to be heard

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Sunday, January 16, 2022

The resulting slick killed seaweed crops, destroyed fishing grounds and polluted waters over more than 90,000 sq km, an area larger than Tasmania.

In March 2021, the federal court ordered the Australian subsidiary PTTEP Australasia (PTTEPAA) to pay Sanda a little over A$34,000 in damages.

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