Alyeska wins over commercial fishermen
After threatening to strike, boats owners win higher pay and turn out strongly for spill response training in Prince William Sound
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Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. believes it has calmed the recent rocky relations with commercial fishermen trained for oil spill response.
As evidence, Alyeska points to the many fishing boats taking part in a major training session from April 29 to May 3 at Cordova, the main commercial fishing port i....
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