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Only one day before the start of the 2013 year, disaster struck on the southeast shore of Sitkalidak Island in Alaska. It was December 31, 2012 when things went awry for the drilling unit Kulluk, and formal investigations into the matter have not died down since. Half a month after the disastrous incident, Rear Adm. T.P. Ostebo, commander of the Coast Guard's 17 th District, has officially ordered ...
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C. Chan has officially been recognized by the Maritime Professional Promotion Federation (MPPF), along with the Hong Kong Maritime Forum (HKMF), in a joint press conference, as the first female mariner in Hong Kong to qualify as Captain of an ocean-going vessel. Among employees and officials of the shipping industry in Hong Kong, Chan is now positively recognized as "a successful maritime ...
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Deepwater Horizon
One of the most talked about, and arguably most disastrous oil spills to affect maritime and offshore workers in the industry is the 2010 British Petroleum oil spill, now referred to as the Deepwater Horizon disaster. More than 2 years ago, in April of 2010, the oil spill that unabatedly flowed for 3 months in the Gulf of Mexico became known as the largest accidental maritime oil spill in the ...
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