State settles runaway oil tanker affair
Tesoro, shipping firm to pay $429,870 to resolve claims from 2006 incident in which surging ice ripped vessel from Cook Inlet dock
For Petroleum News
Early on a frigid February morning in 2006, Alaskans awoke to startling media reports of a 600-foot oil tanker aground on a Cook Inlet beach near Nikiski.
Although no one was injured, the ship was saved and a major oil spill averted, the incident raised troubling questions about how a combination of....
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Multiple failings cited
Dock improvements made
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