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Shell drilling ship is in distress in the Gulf of Alaska- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 30 December 2012 01:53

The Associated Press, referring to the U.S. Coast Guard Officer David Mosley has reported, that drilling platform KullUK of oil company Royal Dutch Shell is in distress in the Gulf of Alaska, USA. Floating drilling platform KullUK currently can not move, because on the way from the Aleutian islands in Seattle was failed an engine of vessel Aiviq, which towed it, so drilling platform KullUK drifting about 43 km off the coast of uninhabited Trinity islands in the Gulf of Alaska, United States. Coastguard of U.S. fears, that the drilling platform KullUK will be thrown on the coast of the Trinity, which will cause it serious damage, since the wind speed in the region of location of the drilling platform is about 100 kilometers per hour and wave heights up to 7.5 meters in the conditions to evacuate 18 people staff very hard and arrived the U.S. Coast Guard helicopter was unable to evacuate personnel from the drilling platform, THE VIDEO:

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