BP plans backup tankers for Valdez use
North Slope oil producer submits spill plan for charters; would fill in when regular ATC vessels unavailable; watchdogs have concerns
For Petroleum News
BP has submitted a spill prevention and response plan for backup tankers it might charter on short notice to haul Alaska North Slope crude oil out of the port of Valdez.
The submission of the plan, which is subject to state approval, is something of a surprise because an Oregon-based shipping firm,....
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