Fuel begins flowing from tanker to Nome
Crews on Monday afternoon began transferring 1.3 million gallons of fuel from a Russian fuel tanker to the iced-in Western Alaska city of Nome.
The offloading began near sundown, said Stacey Smith of Vitus Marine, the fuel supplier that arranged to have the Russian tanker Renda and its crew deliver the gasoline and diesel fuel. The process began after crews safety-tested two transfer hoses with pressurized air.
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“Proud To Be An American”
Since: Apr 07
#1 Jan 17, 2012
Where's the democRat's Global Warming Monster when you need it?
“It's a Brand New Day”
Since: Feb 06
#2 Jan 18, 2012
c'mon john, even you can do better. This is just another record breaking weather event.
Q. Since we have them every week, what does that tell you?
a) Something is very wrong.
b) these are all lies, there are no records being broken. And there is no crisis in Alaska.
c) I don't care, my suprstition tells me to suppore the status quo.
#3 Jan 30, 2012
Did that Russia ship finally get home after leaving Nome?
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