ExxonMobil in Alaska: Exxon Valdez: The aftermath Spill legacy includes new safeguards and enhanced response capabilities
For Petroleum News
On March 24, 1989, the tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound in Alaska. Loaded for a five-day run to Long Beach, Calif., the 987-foot ship held 1,264,164 barrels of North Slope crude. The ship’s hull was ruptured, spilling 257,000 barrels of its cargo onto the sea.
The Valdez, in....
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