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  1. Jul 02,  · 17 mars Le pétrolier l'Amoco Cadiz s'est échoué au large de Portsall. Deux de ses cuves déversent une marée noire polluant les côtes finistériennes. Images d'archive INA Institut.
  2. On 16 March , the oil tanker the Amoco Cadiz, transporting , tonnes of crude oil and 4, tonnes of bunker fuel, suffered a failure of her steering mechanism, and despite the efforts of the crew of a German tug boat and two unsuccessful towing attempts, .
  3. Mar 15,  · The incident: The tanker AMOCO CADIZ ran aground off the coast of Brittany on 16 th March following a steering gear failure. Over a period of two weeks the entire cargo of , tonnes of light Iranian and Arabian crude oil and 4, tonnes of .
  4. De Amoco Cadiz was een mammoettanker die op 16 maart aan de grond liep, vijf kilometer voor de kust van Portsall, gemeente Ploudalmézeau, in het noordwestelijkste puntje van Bretagne ().De tanker was eigendom van het Amerikaanse Amoco.. Het schip was op weg van de Perzische Golf naar Le Havre in Frankrijk, toen het in zwaar weer terechtkwam. Een klein probleem in de stuurinrichting.
  5. Apr 10,  · The American owned supertanker, Amoco Cadiz, crashed off of the coast of Brittany, France on March 16, Oil poured onto beaches and fishing grounds, creating what was predicted to turn into the worst tanker spill ever recorded. On March 20, experts raced to salvage 29 million gallons of oil due to a bad weather forecast. Early estimates reported a pollution spread of about kilometers.
  6. The AMOCO CADIZ Oil Spill & EPA A Preliminary Scientific Report Edited by Wilmot N. Hess NOAA Environmental Research Laboratories Major Contributors: Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Texas A. & M. University University of New Orleans University of South Carolina April
  7. Photo: erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfo On March 16, , the VLCC tanker Amoco Cadiz ran aground on Portsail Rocks off the coast of Brittany, France. The tanker had departed from the Persian Gulf and was en route to Rotterdam, Netherlands with one schedule stop at Lyme Bay, England with a cargo of millon barrels of light crude oil worth over 40 milllon (USD).. Photo: erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfo

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