Dangers on British Columbia coast
Grounding of tug and barge, returning from Alaska, demonstrates BC falls short of offering ‘world class’ marine response system
For Petroleum News
The British Columbia’s inability to measure up to its 2012 pledge to establish a “world-leading marine oil response, prevention and recovery system” before any approval of increased oil tanker traffic on the Pacific Coast was highlighted Oct. 13 when a tug and barge ran aground on the central B.C. c....
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Diesel recovery underway
29 groundings last year
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