Fishing boats fall short for training
Alyeska Pipeline reports ‘non-readiness’ in its spill response fleet, boosts pay; only 169 of 189 vessels available on Jan. 26
For Petroleum News
Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., commercial fishermen, state oil industry regulators and an industry watchdog group are trying to patch holes in a program that trains hundreds of fishing vessel crews to respond to oil spills in Alaska’s Prince William Sound.
On Feb. 2, Alyeska sent the Alaska Departmen....
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Watchdog cites problems
One fisherman’s view
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