Crafts

Preventing Oil Spills in the Strait of Juan de Fuca Today and Tomorrow. Captain Joe Raymond Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound

Description
Preventing Oil Spills in the Strait of Juan de Fuca Today and Tomorrow Captain Joe Raymond Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound Overview Prevention Preparedness Response How are we doing? Sector Puget Sound
Categories
Published
of 34
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Share
Transcript
Preventing Oil Spills in the Strait of Juan de Fuca Today and Tomorrow Captain Joe Raymond Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound Overview Prevention Preparedness Response How are we doing? Sector Puget Sound AOR Looking Forward Blan k FOUO USS General M.C. Meigs January ,300,000 gallons of heavy oil spilled T/V Arco Anchorage December ,000 gallons of crude oil spilled FOUO T/V Exxon Valdez March 1989 Approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil spilled Prevention Increasingly Higher Standards International Flag State Port State Classification Society Double-Hulls for Tank Vessels and IMO phase in for non-tank Vessels Domestic and Port State Examinations Enhanced Navigation (e.g. AIS, digital charts) Increased Crew Competency (STCW) Vessel Traffic System Deep and wide channels Cooperative VTS with Canada Tugs Escorts, Emergency Response Towing Vessels, and Puget Sound Pilots Puget Sound Harbor Safety Plan Standards of Care FOUO Enforcing U.S. and International Standards Double Hull Tankers Non-Tank Vessel Fuel Tanks The Bridge of a Ship Yesterday and Today Enhanced Navigation Pilots and Simulators Cooperative Vessel Traffic Service 12 VTS Puget Sound Preparedness National Contingency Plan Northwest Area Contingency Plan (NWACP) Vessel Response Plans Tank Vessels Non-tank Vessels Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR) Facility Response Plans Canada/U.S. Joint Marine Pollution Contingency Plan - Pacific Geographical Annex (CANUSPAC) Incident Command System (ICS) Training and Qualifications Drills and Exercises FOUO Geographic Response Plans (GRPs) FOUO Response Incident Command System (ICS) Oil Spill Response Organizations (OSROs) Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund (OSLTF) Coast Guard Strike Teams Vessel of Opportunity Skimming System (VOSS) and the Dynamic Incline Plane (DIP) 600 System Coast Guard Incident Management Assist Team (IMAT) and Public Information Assistance Team (PIAT) FOUO Primary Response Contractor Equipment Locations FOUO Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund Federal trust fund to pay removal costs and damages resulting from oil spills or substantial threats of oil spills to navigable waters of the United States. Costs not directly paid by the responsible party (RP). State access for removal activities. Payments to federal, state, and Indian tribe trustees to conduct natural resource damage assessments and restorations Payment of claims for uncompensated removal costs and damages. Responses to mystery spills. FOUO So... how are we doing? FOUO 7,628,95 Oil Spill Incidents by Gallons Spilled and Port , , , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, SEA SFO LA NY NO HOU Gallons and Instances of Pollution Gallons of Pollution Gallons Instances SECTOR HOUSTON/GALVESTON SECTOR LOS ANGELES/LONG BEACH SECTOR NEW ORLEANS SECTOR NEW YORK SECTOR PUGET SOUND SECTOR SAN FRANCISCO 0 Gallons of Oil Spilled 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 Quantity and Instances of Oil Spilled Quantity of Oil Spilled Instances of oil spilled Instances of Oil Spilled 2, 14000 Pollution Spilled from Vessels in Sector Puget Sound s AOR CFV Sea Breaker 800 gal, Point Roberts Rec Iver 754 gal, Lake Washington Rec Unnamed 550 gal, Spieden Isl. Rec Chickamauga 400 gal, Spine CFV Clam Digger 313 gal, Guemes Gallons 6000 CFV Miss Mary 1500 gal, La Push CFV Deep Sea 2500 gal, Penn Cove Year Incident Investigations CG Wide Total Events Allision Collision Grounding Incident Investigations Sector Puget Sound Total Events Allision Collision Grounding 24 Incident Investigations (Groundings, Collisions, Allisions) Serious Marine Incident Events Total Events Not a Serious Marine Incident Serious Marine Incident Incident Investigations (Groundings, Collisions, Allisions) Serious Marine Incident Events Sector Puget Sound Total Events Not a Serious Marine Incident Serious Marine Incident 5/5/ Miscellaneous Vessel, 1.7% Ro-Ro Cargo Ship, 0.4% Tank Ship, 1.8% General Dry Cargo Ship, Offshore, 1.9% 2.0% Bulk Carrier, 2.3% UNSPECIFIED, 2.7% Vessels involved CG wide Refrigerated Cargo Ship, Warship, 0.1% 0.1% Research Ship, 0.1% School Ship, 0.1% Recreational, 2.7% Fishing Vessel, 7.3% Barge, 44.0% Passenger Ship, 9.2% Towing Vessel, 23.8% 26 Vessels involved Sector Puget Sound Bulk Carrier, 2% Tank Ship, 1% Warship, 1% Research Ship, 0% General Dry Cargo Ship, 2% Miscellaneous Vessel, 4% Fishing Vessel, 22% UNSPECIFIED, 5% Recreational, 7% Towing Vessel, 17% Passenger Ship, 21% Barge, 18% 27 Looking Forward Foster a Culture of Safety and Continuous Improvement Continue Implementing Lessons Learned Adapt to Changes in Vessel Traffic Larger Ships ( 10,000 TEU and Mega Cruise Ships) Deeper Drafts and Greater Beams New Types of Vessels (e.g. ATBs) Today s Oil Spills Fishing and Recreational Vessels Derelict Vessels Uphold our Tribes Treaty Rights FOUO Deep Draft Vessel Traffic 1992 thru M/V BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FOUO Call In point Current Belle Rock Vessels outbound from Victoria: Transit in northernmost portion of traffic lane. Vessels outbound from Port Angeles: Transit in southernmost portion of traffic lane, Outbound from Victoria Inbound to Port Angeles Inbound to Victoria Outbound from Port Angeles Vessels departing Victoria are asked to begin their turn to the outbound lane when perpendicular to buoy VG as traffic permits Vessels inbound for Victoria: Transit in northernmost portion of traffic lane. Vessels inbound for Port Angeles: Transit in southernmost portion of traffic lane. Questions?
Search
Similar documents
View more...
Related Search
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks
SAVE OUR EARTH

We need your sign to support Project to invent "SMART AND CONTROLLABLE REFLECTIVE BALLOONS" to cover the Sun and Save Our Earth.

More details...

Sign Now!

We are very appreciated for your Prompt Action!

x