NEWS & UPDATES

May 13, 2015 - The Network’s 2014 Year in Review Shows Strong, Growing Service

The U. S. Coast Guard recently approved a second nontank vessel APC for vessels transiting the Aleutian subarea within the Western Alaska Captain of the Port Zone. So, why choose the Network? The Network is a nonprofit company focused on reducing the risk of marine casualties and oil spills.  We do not profit from enrollment…

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11/11/2014 - Network Announces Updated 2015 APC Enrollment Process & Fees

Over the course of 2014, the Network proved capable of expediting enrollment requests from around the world within 24 to 48 hours. In order to better serve Network participants, the Network is revising its enrollment process by transitioning to an online system for 2015 to more effectively support the needs of participants. The Network remains confident in our ability to continue to enroll participants efficiently through this new enrollment process. Computer system transitions can be strenuous however we have strived to make this process as seamless as possible for Network participants. We appreciate your patience in implementing this new system. The Network is enthusiastic for the upcoming year and certain that over time this process will streamline future enrollments for all participants. With respect to the International Group P&I Clubs review of the Network NTV enrollment application, the Network’s amended APC enrollment forms and terms are in final review with acceptance anticipated promptly. Enrollment Fees…

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09/15/2014 - The Network and Alaska Chadux Corporation Announce Enhanced Oil Spill Response and Equipment Program for Western Alaska

The Alaska Maritime Prevention & Response Network (Network) and Alaska Chadux Corporation (Chadux) have completed terms for a financial grant from the Network to Chadux to acquire and stage additional oil spill response resources for the Captain of the Port Zones of Western Alaska and Prince William Sound covered in the Network Nontank Vessel Alternative Planning Criteria (NTV APC) program. The equipment enhances Chadux’s current response resource inventory by adding a Large Vessel Booming Package, a Western Alaska Rapid Response Package, and by establishing enhanced response capability in Adak, Alaska. The new Adak response resource package will be managed by Chadux and staged in close cooperation and coordination with The Aleut Corporation. The new response resources will be phased into Chadux’s response resource inventory over the next nine months. “When the NTV APC was approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, the Network made a commitment to enhance response resources in Western Alaska” said Ed Page,…

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