for doing everything possible. They have made a strong, positive committment to the community and should be commended for being on site so fast and making a very strong effort to remediate a most sensitive area.
$%it happens and it's just too bad it happened along one of the most sensitive areas of the Pacific coast. Costs will be staggering as the vultures will be coming out of the woodwork. We haven't even seen the tip of the iceberg yet. tt
From the PAA news conference.
The spill involved an estimated 105,000 gallons of crude; about 21,000 is believed to have made it to the sea and split into slicks that stretched 9 miles along coast. A 23-mile by 7-mile area was closed to fishing. As of Thursday, more than 9,000 gallons had been raked, skimmed and vacuumed up, officials said.
They have cleaned up 8% not 50% and they haven't even dug up the pipe yet. Get your facts straight before shooting off your big mouth.