Division of Spill Prevention and Response

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Division of Spill Prevention and Response Photos

Gallery Description
Test Burn 1 A test emulsion burn, 80 Barrels, 45 minutes. Extinguished and reignited multiple times.
Test Burn 2 Alaska North Slope Fresh Crude, 80 barrels, 45 minutes burn, continuous.
Test Burn 3 Emulsion, 80 barrels, 45 minutes burn, continuous.

Ice Conditions

Presentation of Ice Conditions, North Slope Spill Response Team.
Exxon Valdez Spill Prince William Sound Spill documentation - 1989.
Star Princess Grounding on Poundstone Rock, Lynn Canal - 6/23/95.
Overseas Ohio Damage inspection of a head-on collision with an iceberg.
International Spill Conference, Tampa Equipment Demonstration at the International Spill Conference, Tampa, Florida - 1993.
Nearshore Response Drill Oil Spill Response Team Training Exercise, Prince William Sound - September 19-22, 1994.


Prevention and Emergency Response Photos

Gallery Description
M/V Kuroshima Response to vessel grounding in Summer Bay near Dutch Harbor, 11/26/1997. 39,000 gallons bunker fuel released.
Swanson River Pipeline Breach Response to leak in pipeline, 1/6/1999. 217,224 gallons produced water and 11,424 gallons crude oil released.
M/V Wilderness Adventurer Response to vessel grounding in Dundas Bay, Glacier Bay National Park, 6/12/1999.
Canyon Derailment Response to Alaska Railroad derailment at Canyon, 10/31/1999. 12,450 gallons diesel released.
Gold Creek Derailment Response to Alaska Railroad derailment at Gold Creek, 12/22/1999. 12,000 gallons diesel released.
TAPS Bullet Hole Release Response to leak in the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, 10/4/2001. 285,600 gallons crude released.
Various Response Images DEC responders on the job.