Coast Guard continues to monitor fuel spill on Savannah River

SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Coast Guard continues to coordinate with the Motor Vessel Maersk Dellys in response to the report of a fuel leak at Garden City Terminal in Savannah Tuesday. The leak originated from an approximate seven inch crack in the hull of the Motor Vessel Maersk Dellys. Moran Environmental Response continues to maintain the containment boom around the vessel while fuel is removed...

Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Savannah responds to fuel spill

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Savannah is responding to reports of a fuel spill at Garden City Terminal in Savannah, Tuesday. Colonial Oil Industries alerted the Coast Guard at 1:50 a.m., Tuesday, that during bunkering operations Motor Vessel Maersk Dellys experienced a fuel leak. Moran Environmental arrived on scene at the terminal and had boom in place containing the source...

Coast Guard and Department of Ecology respond to diesel oil leak near Gray’s Harbor, Wash.

SEATTLE – The Coast Guard and Washington Department of Ecology responded to a diesel fuel leak Saturday after the 40-foot fishing vessel, Miss Elora, grounded on Westhaven State Park Beach located near the mouth of Gray’s Harbor, Wash. At 4 a.m., Coast Guard Sector Columbia River in Warrenton, Ore., received a report that two people were on board when the vessel ran aground and subsequently launched...

Unified command established for response to fuel spill on Adak

KODIAK, Alaska – A unified command has been established and is continuing to respond Tuesday to the discharge of diesel fuel from an underground oil storage tank into Helmet Creek and the small boat harbor adjacent to Sweeper Cove Monday on the northeast side of Adak Island.

Coast Guard Investigating Fuel Leak In Long Beach

LOS ANGELES – The Coast Guard in coordination with California Office of Spill Prevention and Response, Long Beach Fire Department, and Long Beach Police Department, responded to a report of a fuel leak today from a vessel at the International Transport Services (ITS) berth in Long Beach, CA. The leak was reported just after 10:00 a.m.