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The Valdez oil spill ExxonMobil

Oct 17, 2019 · Shortly after midnight on March 24, 1989, in a tragic accident deeply regretted by the company, the Exxon Valdez supertanker ran aground in Alaska’s Prince William Sound. Despite the efforts undertaken to stabilize the vessel and prevent further spillage of oil, more than 250,000 barrels of oil were lost in just a short period of time.…

After the Big Spill, What Happened to the Ship Exxon ...

It is unclear whether this applies to "boats" as big as a 987-foot-long oil tanker, but it is possible that the ship originally known as the Exxon Valdez might be used to argue that the answer is "yes." When the Exxon Valdez was delivered to Exxon on December 11, 1986, it was the largest vessel ever built on the west coast of the U.S.…

Exxon Corporation American company Britannica

Exxon Corporation, also known as (until 1972) Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), former oil and natural resources company that merged with Mobil Corporation as Exxon Mobil in 1999.. The former Exxon company was founded in 1882 as part of the Standard Oil trust (see Standard Oil Company and Trust), which in 1899 became the holding company for all companies previously grouped in the trust.…

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

The EPA, ADEC, and the US Coast Guard gave Exxon a September 15 cleanup deadline. Since Valdez was the most accessible city close to the spill, Exxon mobilized its response headquarters in the community and began a massive cleanup effort. During the summer of 1989 over 10,000 workers were employed by Exxon and its management company, VECO-Norcon.…