Prince William Sound Offshore Tank Vessel APC Approved

On April 11, 2022, the U.S. Coast Guard accepted Alaska Chadux̂ Network’s (ACN) Alternative Planning Criteria (APC) for Tank Vessels transiting the Prince William Sound Captain of the Port Zone in the offshore operating environment, between 50 and 200 nautical miles that are not part of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. This expansion of tank vessel APC…

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ACN Supports Crude Oil Spill Response – Lima, Peru

The Alaska Chadux̂ Network (ACN) team provided oil spill response consulting support to ETI (Environmental Technologies Inc.) during the Repsol Refinery crude oil spill in Lima, Peru that occurred on January 15, 2022. It is estimated over 11,000 barrels of crude oil was spilled in the coastal environment in the vicinity of Lima, Peru. Two…

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2021 Annual Report Released

2021 Annual Report Released   The 2021 Annual Report for the Alaska Chadux̂ Network (ACN) has been released! ACN is excited to share the highlights from 2021 of the responses, training, compliance services, stakeholder engagement, and financial accountability; all together create the ACN comprehensive difference. ACN was able to continue advancing its capabilities in balance with…

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Maritime Challenges in the U.S. Arctic – A Virtual Seminar

Meeting Maritime Challenges in the U.S. Arctic We must meet maritime challenges in the U.S. Arctic head-on. As the only Alaska-based OSRO nonprofit, we’re so pleased to co-host this unique virtual seminar with our colleagues at NAMEPA (North American Marine Environmental Protection Association)! This informative event will be held on September 8th at 0900(ADT)/1300(EDT). It…

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Enrollment Fee Reduction

The Alaska Maritime Prevention & Response Network’s [Network] Board of Directors, made up of industry representatives, recently adopted reduced fees for non-tank vessels that participate in the Network’s Coast Guard approved Alternative Planning Criteria (APC) programs.

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Specialized Oil Spill Response Vessel Homeported in Kodiak

Originally published on  KMXT 100.1 Kodiak By Kayla Desroches May 11, 2016 An oil spill response vessel called the Sea Strike is now homeported in Kodiak, gearing up to answer the need for oil spill cleanup in the Central Gulf of Alaska and Western Alaska. One of the groups behind the project says it’ll be an improvement…

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How Shell’s Arctic Pullout Better Prepares Alaska for Oil Spills

Originally published in  Alaska Dispatch News By Annie Zak February 6, 2016 Shell may have pulled out of the Arctic, but some of its leftover equipment will better prepare the state for oil spills. Three Alaska organizations are working together to place spill response equipment Shell contracted during its Arctic offshore oil exploration in response hubs around Western…

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IMO adopted areas to be avoided along Aleutian Islands

The IMO Maritime Safety Committee per IMO SN.1/Circ.331 adopted five ‘Areas to Be Avoided’ (ATBA) in the region of the Aleutian Island Archipelago in order to reduce the risk of a marine casualty and resulting pollution and damage to the environment. These new ATBAs will come into effect on January 1, 2016. The five ATBAs apply to…

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The Network updates stakeholders on 2015 accomplishments and current issues

The purpose of the presentation was to provide an overview of the Network Alternative Planning Criteria (APC) program status, 2015 accomplishments, and to discuss Alaska-specific APC issues. The briefing provided an opportunity to affirm lines of communications with those who have mutual clients in the Network APC. For more information, please contact the Network.

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