CIPC shuts in Drift River terminal
Explosive event at Mount Redoubt triggers change in strategy and forces Chevron to shut in oil production at 10 offshore platforms; producers studying other ways to move oil
The unified command for the response to the threat to the Drift River Marine Terminal from the eruption of Redoubt Volcano breathed a collective sigh of relief at 1 p.m. April 6, following the successful offloading of 3.7 million gallons of crude oil from the terminal tank farm into the tanker Seabu....
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6 million gallons
But what of the future?
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