Showing posts with label East China Sea. Show all posts
Showing posts with label East China Sea. Show all posts

Saturday, January 20, 2018

No efforts spared in rescue for tanker Sanchi: China

tanker Sanchi
China has set up an efficient interministry coordination team to handle the aftermath of the sunken oil tanker Sanchi, which includes monitoring and cleaning up the marine oil slick that was left and conducting regular search and recovery operations, senior officials said on Friday.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Worse than Exxon Valdez? Fears rise ‘all fuel escaped’ from ill-fated Iranian oil tanker

Sanchi IRAN
Chinese authorities are struggling to contain what may be the worst oil tanker spill and environmental disaster of its kind in history, after the stricken Iranian ship. The Sanchi, finally sank over the weekend.

Monday, January 08, 2018

US Joins Search for Missing Crew After Vessels Collision off China's Coast

U.S. Navy sent a P-8A aircraft
The US Navy has joined the rescue operation searching for the crew members of vessels that collided off China's eastern coast on Saturday, the navy's press service said in a press release on Monday.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Search continues for 13 missing fishing men in East China Sea

A combined rescue of military and civilian efforts salvaged seven people from a sunken fishing boat Friday while the rest of 13 crew members remain missing.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

China issues yellow alert for ocean waves

China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center on Monday issued a yellow alert for ocean waves brought by Typhoon Nock-Ten and a cold front.

EL News