Oil and gas are produced both onshore and offshore and it is transported through pipelines to the refineries and various depots. The global oil reserve is estimated at about 3520 billion barrels and an average daily production of 2500-3000 billion barrels. Over the past years, the global production of oil and natural gas has increased substantially [2]. This has resulted in increased processing and transportation of oil between points. There has been a great increase in the oil spills and theft of oil resulting in environmental pollution and degradation [3]. Oil spills normally result from a number of factors including defective materials, corrosion of pipes, ground erosion, tectonic movement on the offshore wells, and vandalism of the oil and gas facilities [1]. Oil spills normally result in adversely fatal impacts such as environmental degradation, fires, and massive loss of property.