Archive for January, 2012

Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Wreckage Could Take 10 Months to Remove

Italian officials today predicted it could take as long as 10 months to completely remove the wreckage of the stranded cruise ship, the Costa Concordia, from the waters near Giglio. Operations to siphon the more than 500,000 gallons of fuelRead More

Cruise Ship Search Resumes, 21 Still Missing

Nearly a week after the Costa Concordia ran aground and capsized off the Italian coast, recovery teams have resumed their search for the 21 victims still unaccounted for onboard the stricken vessel. The search was temporarily suspended on Wednesday afterRead More

Fishing Boat Capsizes Near New Jersey, 1 Dead

A commercial fishing vessel capsized late Tuesday night approximately 10 miles off the coast of New Jersey. The maritime accident left one dead and required another member of the crew to be rescued by a passing ship. The overturned vessel,Read More

BP Sues Halliburton Seeking $42 Billion To Cover Oil Spill Costs

In a recent federal court filing, BP demanded that contractor Halliburton pay for all of the costs incurred as a result of the Deepwater Horizon explosion and subsequent oil spill. BP last estimated the tab at approximately $42 billion. BPRead More


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