Satellite Source: Sentinel 2A
Mode: Multispectral
Resolution: 10 meter
Image Date & Time: 06-15-2018 1639 UTC

Confidence: Medium-High
Issue Date: 06-16-2018

Region: Gulf of Mexico
Location: 28°38'37" N, 92°26'20" W
Coverage Area: 10.63 km^2

Possible oil seen in satellite imagery located approx. 97 nm SSW of Lafayette,
 LA. The slick is measured 4.6 nm in length and 0.86 nm wide. The anomaly 
shows a silvery appearance under sun glint in high resolution imagery.
 And its shape is widening and feathering with distance.

The anomaly doesn’t appear to have a connected point source but there 
are several oil platforms that can be seen located approx. less than 2 
nm SW from the southern most point of the sheen.

Analyst: Kim

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