Incidents

id,open_date,name,location,lat,lon,threat,tags,commodity,measure_skim,measure_shore,measure_bio,measure_disperse,measure_burn,max_ptl_release_gallons,posts,description



10265,2021-04-13,SEACOR Power Response,"LA, Gulf of Mexico",29.0065,-90.20488889,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On April 13, 2021, the USCG Sector Nola received report of a capsized 129' lift vessel approximately 7NM south of Port Fourchon in MSU Houma COTP Zone. The prime focus is on Search and Rescue. The vessel is carrying diesel fuel. The USCG requested oil trajectory. No shoreline impact anticipated."

10263,2021-04-12,Gray whale carcass,"Pebble Beach, CA",36.5621863976812,-121.94287776947,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"In the evening of 12-APR-2021, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a beached 30’ gray whale in the vicinity of the Pebble Beach, CA. The carcass is likely to be towed offshore late on 13-APR or early on 14-APR-2021. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10262,2021-04-10,Diesel Spill Cockler Point,"Venice, LA , USA",29.05722222,-89.30416667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 10, 2021, the USCG Sector Nola was notified of a 500-gallon marine diesel spill from a 2in transfer line at a Whitney facility. The spill is located in an unnamed canal east of Southwest Pass. The source is secured. Roseau cane in the immediate area of the spill is impacted. USCG requested trajectory, resources at risk, and on-site support Sunday morning."

10261,2021-04-01,Hilcorp Natural Gas Pipeline Leak,"Cook Inlet, AK",60.77953,-151.45727,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 1-Apr-2021, Sector Anchorage reported that a natural gas pipeline in Cook Inlet ruptured and is releasing gas into the water and it is bubbling at the surface. This is a Hilcorp pipeline from Nikiski to Platform A. Sector is seeking information to understand the gas release and associated hazards to natural resources and the environment."

10260,2021-03-29,Quartermaster Yacht Club,"Vashon Island, WA",47.39393,-122.46591,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On March 29, 2021, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC that two 45’ yachts, the Lady CJ and Soulmate, caught on fire and sank at the Quartermaster Yacht Club, Vashon Island, WA at approximately 0430 local time. There is potential for approximately 300 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons of gasoline. Oil is visibly surfacing from the vessels and has spread throughout the harbor. The USCG requested a trajectory and a resources-at-risk analysis."

10259,2021-03-27,F/V Captain 72 Aground,"Offshore Cameron Parish, LA",29.68052778,-92.88705556,Oil,,Marine diesel fuel,,,,,,500,0,"On March 26, 2021, the F/V Captain 72 struck a submerged object and began taking on water, eventually settling just offshore of Cameron Parish, LA. All three crew members on board were safely removed from the vessel. The vessel was carrying approximately 500 gallons of marine diesel fuel ( NRC #1301360). It was inbound, with a catch of shrimp. A sheen was noted on the water when the crew was removed. MSU Lake Charles contacted the NOAA SSC and requested fate and trajectory."

10258,2021-03-26,Brunswick East River Mystery Sheen,"Brunswick, GA",31.14333333,-81.49666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 26, 2021, the Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit (MSU) Savannah personnel contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a recurring mystery sheen emanating from the bank of the East River in Brunswick, Georgia. The NOAA SSC provided resources at risk information."

10257,2021-03-23,St Johns South Jetty Barge Grounding,"Jacksonville, FL",30.376,-81.45183333,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 23, 2021, The barge Bridgeport grounded 1 nm south of the entrance channel to the St Johns River. Early reports received indicate the barge was holed and was taking on water. The barge is unmanned and has 930 gallons of diesel fuel onboard for operation of machinery. The cargo onboard is reported to be 28 million pounds of fly ash (also 14383.53 short tons or 28757060 pounds). The USCG has a CG Cutter on scene to maintain a safety zone. One tug ist onscene and another is enroute. It is reported that the pilot will not allow inbound or outbound shipping until the barge is removed. Salvers are enroute."

10255,2021-03-20,48' Fishing Vessel Sunk,"La Push, WA",47.92,-124.73,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 20, 2021, USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted SSC about a Search and Rescue case, a 48’ sport fishing vessel (name later reported as ""Unwind"") sunk in approximately 150 feet (25 fathoms) of water near La Push, WA three people on board were rescued. It is unknown the quantity of fuel or if there is a leak, the USCG has an overflight scheduled to look for a sheen. A resources at risk and trajectory and fate are requested."

10253,2021-03-19,MY La Dolce Vita,"Monroe County, FL, USA",24.61694444,-82.13616667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,4500,1,"On March 16, 2021, the 100-foot Yacht La Dolce Vita had a fire and explosion near the Marquesas in the Florida Keys. The USCG D7 requested the NOAA SSC to attend a conference call to discuss a proposed salvage plan. The vessel has burned to the waterline and has been drifting partially submerged while being monitored and boomed. USCG has worked through the National Marine Sanctuaries and obtained a resources at risk from the Florida State Scientific Support Coordinator. It is thought the vessel had between 1200 and 4500 gallons of diesel aboard."

10252,2021-03-17,Gray whale carcass,"Dockweiler Beach, Venice, CA",33.9262692048137,-118.437767028809,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"Late afternoon on 17-MAR-2021, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 30’ gray whale in poor health and in the process of stranding on Dockweiler Beach near LAX airport. The whale died overnight and the carcass may be towed offshore early afternoon today (18-MAR-2021). NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10254,2021-03-17,Mystery Spill SW Pass,Gulf of Mexico,28.841167,-89.403667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,USCG contacted NOAA SSC on 17 MAR 2021 for assistance in identifying the source of a mystery sheen near SW pass. SSC recommended a satellite imagery analysis request be sent to NESDIS. NESDIS generated an MPSR identifying both the anomaly and suspect vessel.

10250,2021-03-16,"Buckeye Gasoline Spill, Linden, NJ","Staten Island, NY",40.6181222422551,-74.2037200927734,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 16 March 2021, USCG Sector New York and NJDEP notified the NOAA SSC about a pipeline gasoline spill that occurred at the Buckeye Oil Terminal, Linden, New Jersey. Sheen reported in creek leading to the Arthur Kill waterway. USCG, NJDEP and OSRO on-scene."

10251,2021-03-16,FV Pacific Prince,"Bering Sea, Alaska",56.24,-168.49,Oil,,hydraulic oil,,,,,,250,0,"On March 15, 2021, the USCG Sector Anchorage notified the Alaska SSC that the FV Pacific Prince released approximately 250 gallons of hydraulic oil to the Bering Sea. Phone support provided but no products requested at this time."

10248,2021-03-05,Tug Hunter & F/V American Challenger adrift,"Off Bodega Bay, CA",38.28172222,-122.99383333,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"In the evening of 05-MAR-2021, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a tug boat & towed fishing vessel drifting towards shore off Bodega Bay, CA. During transit from WA State, the Tug HUNTER was towing the F/V AMERICAN CHALLENGER when there was a loss of propulsion and both vessels started drifting to the NNE. At the time of the report, the Tug HUNTER had deployed their anchor, but it had not yet caught bottom. USCG indicated that the primary pollution concern was from the Tug HUNTER, reportedly carrying 26,000 gallons diesel and 1,100 gallons. USCG requested a hypothetical trajectory estimate in the event of a grounding/spill to inform field investigations the following morning. The tug was able to anchor and was later towed to port but the fishing vessel grounded on rocks in a remote area south of Estero de San Antonio. A response effort is underway."

10245,2021-03-03,"Sunken Truck Bayfield, WI","Rittenhouse Ave, Bayfield, WI 54814, USA",46.81222222,-90.80716667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 3, 20201, the Great Lakes SSC received notification of a truck that fell through the ice. The incident occurred last week and efforts to salvage the truck were abandoned today. USCG is requesting recommendations on the potential environmental impact of leaving the truck in 130ft of water. Estimated pollution potential 70gallons of diesel and the truck batteries."

10246,2021-03-03,"Tar Oil Spill, Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal","Chicago, IL",41.8172352,-87.75664654,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"SSC received notification at 1700 on 03MAR of a tar oil spill in Chicago Ship Canal. The RP was energizing lines to transfer tar oil and noticed a reduction in pressure. The spill was quickly identified, reported, and OSROs were on scene to begin surface water clean up operations."

10243,2021-03-01,Savoonga AVEC Tank Farm,"Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island, AK",63.6953,-170.47577,Oil,,#1 diesel,,,,,,20000,0,"On 1-Mar-2021, Sector Anchorage notified NOAA of a 20,000 gallon spill at the AVEC fuel tank farm in Savoonga. The fuel is overflowing the containment berm and migrating below the snow surface. Sector Anchorage is requesting phone support only at this time."

10241,2021-02-28,"Right Whale Carcass Trajectory, South Carolina",United States,33.6877817584394,-78.5494995117188,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 28 February 2021, NOAA Fisheries, Miami, Florida, notified the NOAA SSC that a North American Right Whale carcass was observed drifting off Myrtle Beach, SC. NOAA Fisheries requested a trajectory to try and relocate the carcass."

10244,2021-02-26,Bulk grain cargo barges MS River,"Caruthersville, MO, USA",36.113845,-89.61439,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 26 FEB 2020, the Coast Guard Sector Lower Mississippi River located in Memphis, TN contacted the NOAA SSC regarding potential impacts from a multiple grain barge stranded or sinking in the Mississippi River. The Tug M/V MARTY BASKERVILLE allided with the Caruthersville Bridge (I-155) causing 32 barges to break free. Two of these barges, each loaded with approximately 1,800 tons of corn, sank along the riverbank. Salvage operations are being planned and USCG is consulting with US Fish & Wildlife on potential impacts"

10240,2021-02-26,FV Haida Lady,"Sitka, AK",57.0130167,-135.29575,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"On 26-Feb-2021, MSD Sitka reported that the FV Haida Lady capsized near Cobb Island in Sitka Sound. The 52' fiberglass-hulled vessel has approximately 1500 gallons of diesel on board. A sheen was observed during an overflight. MSD Sitka is requesting a trajectory and fates, analysis, weather forecast, RAR analysis, and potentially an ESA Section 7 consultation."

10239,2021-02-25,Disabled S/V Plan B Adrift,"31 NM off Monterey, CA",36.53483333,-122.60033333,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 25-FEB-2021, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary staff contacted their NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate for a disabled/dismasted 30’ sailing vessel PLAN B for potential relocation/recovery. The vessel was the subject of a USCG search & rescue activity on the previous afternoon and was too low in the water for effective towing operations at that time. The vessel’s last known position was roughly 31 nautical miles West of Monterey, CA. No known pollution threat."

10238,2021-02-23,"Vegetable Oil Release, Caret, VA","15613 George Washington Memorial Hwy, Saluda, VA 23149, USA",37.98,-76.96,Other,,Vegetable Oil,,,,,,7000,1,"On February 23, 2021, the NOAA SSC was notified by the Virginia DEQ about a tanker truck accident on Rt 17 in Essex County, VA. that spilled 6500-7000 gallons of waste vegetable oil into Lewis Creek, which is a tributary to the Rappahannock River. VADEQ requested scientific support."

10237,2021-02-21,"ITV BEARCAT MM 591 Loudon, TN",USA,35.74695,-84.33186,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 21, 2021, the USCG Marine Safety Detachment in Nashville, TN, notified the NOAA SSC of a barge caught against a railroad bridge pier on the Tennessee River. The ITV BEARCAT was pushing 8 hopper barges upbound at MM 591.5 TNR (Loudon, TN (just north of Route 11 bridge) when they stalled due to a strong head current just after passing under the Southern R/R Bridge (LLNR 30375) and the master lost control. The tow began to top around and laid up against the bridge piers (upstream side). The tow is not blocking the channel. USCG Sector Ohio requested (and NOAA SSC provided) hazard analysis on cargo and may request assistance with consultation, RAR, etc. pending further development of the incident."

10236,2021-02-20,F/V Coastal Reign,"Tillamook River Bar, Oregon",45.56859,-123.96807,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Columbia River notified SSC the evening of 20-Feb-2021 that the 38’ aluminum hulled F/V Coastal Reign capsized and is grounded on the South Jetty of Tillamook Bay, Oregon. There is a maximum potential of 900 gallons of diesel, with an estimated 600 gallons on the vessel. A sheen is observed in the water."

10234,2021-02-18,F/V Aleutian Falcon,"Tacoma, WA",47.28472,-122.41151,Oil,,"Ammonia, Diesel",,,,,,,3,"At 0237L on 18-FEB-2021 USCG Sector Puget Sound FOSC notified SSC of a vessel fire on the F/V Aleutian Falcon, a 233’ fish processing vessel owned by Trident Seafoods. The vessel is moored on the Hylebos Waterway, Tacoma, WA. There is a maximum potential for 107,000 gallons of possibly diesel and approx. 10,000 pounds of ammonia on the vessel. Fire departments are on scene. The vessel was pre-boomed."

10235,2021-02-18,Wales School Fuel Spill,"Wales, AK",65.604687,-168.086067,Oil,,diesel,,1,,,,1862,0,"On 18-Feb-2021, NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Anchorage of a fuel spill from the school fuel storage tank in the village of Wales on the northern Bering Sea coast. The storage tank contained over 8400 gallons of No. 2 diesel and approximately 1862 gallons have leaked onto the ground. Sector Anchorage is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis, Resources at Risk report, and potentially an ESA Section 7 consultation."

10233,2021-02-17,"Orphan Drum, Warrenton Jetty Lagoon","Hammond, OR",46.21875,-123.9907,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of 17-FEB-2021 the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted the SSC in regards to a 55-gallon drum with unknown contents that washed up on the Warrenton Jetty Lagoon, Oregon. A Resources at Risk is requested."

10231,2021-02-13,F/V Terry F,"Near Ocean Park, WA",46.58,-124.13,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On 13-FEB-2021, the USCG Sector Columbia River Incident Management Division notified SSC that the 50-foot F/V Terry F lost propulsion and steering and drifted into the shore break near Ocean Park, Southern Washington. All persons on board were safely evacuated. There are approximately 500 gallons of diesel on board."

10230,2021-02-11,Foss Harbor Marina Fire,"821 Dock St, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA",47.25627,-122.43591,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 11, 2021, the Washington State Department of Ecology notified the NOAA SSC of a fire at the Foss Marina in Tacoma, Washington on the Foss Waterway. Two boats have sunk: a 42’ sailboat and a 35’ powerboat. There is potential for about 300 gallons of fuel between the two vessels."

10229,2021-02-10,S2 Energy MP 21 Spill,"Breton Sound LA, USA",29.5585,-89.33583333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 10, 2021, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a release of crude oil on February 9, 2021, from an S2 Energy platform in Main Pass 21 due to a saltwater pump malfunction. Approximately 3.5 bbl of crude released into Breton Sound, Louisiana, resulted in a 1mi x 200yds slick. USCG requested fate and trajectory."

10228,2021-02-09,Chevron Pipeline Spill,"Long Wharf, Richmond, CA",37.9261905693763,-122.403788566589,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At roughly 1500 hrs on 09-FEB-2021, there was a reported release of "intermediate bunker fuel" from a pipeline along the Richmond Long Wharf at the Chevron Refinery. The NRC report (No. 1297669) indicated an estimated release rate of 5 gallons/minute. USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support while Sector pollution response personnel are en route and a USCG overflight is being requested. In the meantime, local news helicopter video footage at roughly 1700 hrs appeared to show no active release, but did show light winds and oil & sheen close to shore just south of the wharf."

10227,2021-02-08,Barge Shauna Kay,"Berth #7 in the Sitcum Waterway, Tacoma, WA",47.27141,-122.41922,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 8-Feb-2021, the NOAA SSC received an email from the State of Washington Department of Ecology that Barge Shauna Kay, transited from Vancouver, Canada to Tacoma, Washington overnight, had an observed oil sheen. The barge reported to be carrying 40,000 barrels. In an update, soundings indicated approximately 1,100 gallons #6 IFO-380 is unaccounted for. Clean-up crews are currently recovering oil from the barge deck. USCG performed an overflight this morning from Port Angeles to Tacoma and observed no oil in the water. The barge is currently moored at berth #7 in the Sitcum Waterway, Tacoma, WA.USCG requested a Resources At Risk (RAR)."

10226,2021-02-04,FV Seabrook Discharge,"St Herman's Harbor, Kodiak, AK",57.7769919582321,-152.412805280383,Oil,,diesel,1,,,,,150,0,"On the afternoon of 3 Feb, USCG MSD Kodiak received a report about a diesel discharge in St. Herman's Harbor. On scene they observed a 300 x 300-foot sheen that was a mix of fresh product and rainbow in color. It was coming from the F/V Seabrook, which was internally transferring product earlier that day. The vessel had a maximum potential discharge based on pumping capacity of150 gallons. The RP has deployed sorbents. USCG is requesting initiation of a Section 7 consultation."

10225,2021-02-03,Styrofoam debris,"Fort Funston, San Francisco, CA",37.7199481976772,-122.506914138794,Other,,Marine debris,,1,,,,,0,"On Wednesday, 27-JAN-2021, a member of the public observed Styrofoam pieces scattered along the shoreline near Fort Funston, just south of Ocean Beach in San Francisco, and reported it to the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary (GFNMS). GFNMS staff then contacted NOAA OR&R to inquire whether the foam may have been related to two recent shipping container losses north of the Hawaiian Islands or to containers lost in the general vicinity back in December 2015."

10224,2021-02-01,M/V Roger Blough Vessel Fire,"324 N 1st Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, USA",44.8378,-87.3864,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 1, 2021, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of an 833-foot laid-up vessel on fire in a marina. Local fire stations on scene and attempting to control the fire from other vessels. The USCG requesting a trajectory for the potential release of 70,000 gallons of light diesel and potential impact to an ice-covered bay."

10242,2021-02-01,Mystery Spill,Off Israel,32.03,34.08,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On/about 18-FEB-2021, following a winter storm, tar began arriving on beaches of Israel from an unknown source. As a result, roughly 160+ km (100+ miles) of coastline were impacted including public beaches, natural reserves, and national parks. This Hotline is being opened to collect and archive relevant incident info."

10223,2021-01-25,F/V SUNUP grounded/sunk,"Eureka, CA",40.75733333,-124.23083333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,900,0,"On the morning of 25-JAN-2021, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to report the grounding and sinking of the F/V SUNUP within the entrance channel to Humboldt Bay the previous evening (24-JAN-2021). The 50’ wooden F/V has a maximum fuel capacity of 1,300 gallons, but at the time of sinking, the owner reported her to be carrying roughly 800-900 gallons. On-scene conditions are rough and sheening has been observed during the day. USCG requested trajectory support."

10221,2021-01-21,M/V MAERSK ESSEN,"455 NM North of Oahu, HI",28.41166667,-154.12666667,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 21, 2021, NOAA's Emergency Response Division was notified of a mass loss of shipping containers from the vessel M/V MAERSK ESSEN approximately 455 NM north of Oahu, HI. The 1200-foot ship, with a capacity of 13,100 containers was transiting from China to Los Angeles, CA, and reported that an estimated 732 40-foot containers were lost on 1/16/2021 at position 28-24.7N 154-07.6W. No information available yet on the types of cargo lost."

10220,2021-01-19,"TPIC In Situ Burn, South Pass 24, LA","9, LA, USA",29.09527778,-89.28111111,Oil,,,,,,,1,,0,"On January 19, 2021, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD called NOAA SSC reporting an estimated 10- 20 bbls of crude oil discharged from a flowline owned by TPIC in South Pass 24 in Plaquemines Parish. USCG, State, and RP have agreed on In situ burn as the response method for this incident."

10219,2021-01-13,MV Kempton,"Christiansted, St Croix 00820, USVI",17.6955,-64.752,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 13, 2021, the US Coast Guard from Sector San Juan notified the SSC of a 328 foot LPG tanker, the MV Kempton at Limetree terminal on the south shore of St Croix, USVI that is loaded with 2526 MT of propane (UN1978). USCG reported that a 12-inch diameter pipe on the vessel has several pinhole leaks and the odor and sound of leaking gas is present."

10218,2020-12-30,"Overdue Vessel, Freeport, Bahamas",Atlantic Ocean,26.6106860953885,-79.3902037292719,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 30, 2020, NOAA ERD opened a hotline to document support to BASRA (Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association) for a Search and Rescue effort in the Bahamas."

10217,2020-12-26,M/V MS. DEBBIE MM 830 MS River,"Caruthersville, MO 63830, USA",36.177447,-89.614592,Oil,,Diesel and lube oil,1,,,,,2500,0,"On December 26, 2020, the USCG Sector Lower MS contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a grounded, partially sunken tug in the vicinity of MM 830 of MS River near Caruthersville, MO. The vessel was reported to have 2,500 diesel and several hundred gals of lube oil on board. The NOAA SSC requested to provide RAR information and remain on standby for other support as needed."

10216,2020-12-26,USCG Cutter Spar,"Kodiak, AK",57.729,-152.515,Oil,,Hydraulic Oil,1,,,,,650,0,"On December 26, 2020, the USCG MSD Kodiak contacted the NOAA Emergency Response Division regarding a hydraulic fluid spill from the Cutter Spar at the USCG dock in Womens Bay, Kodiak, AK. The release occurred at 11 AM local time. USCG requested a trajectory for an estimated 600 to 650 gallons. Lat Long: 57.729, -152.515."

10215,2020-12-25,Pro Assist III,"PR-181, Patillas, 00723, Puerto Rico",18.04294444,-65.99338889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 25, 2020, the USCG San Juan PR notified the NOAA SSC that the tug Pro Assist III sank about 1/4 mile off Yabacoa, Puerto Rico. The tug was fueled with 1000 gallons of diesel fuel oil. A sheen was observed at the vessel location. USCG requested a trajectory and oil fate prediction forecast."

10213,2020-12-23,BNSF Oil Train,"Custer, WA",48.9181959860051,-122.638958154421,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 22, 2020, a BNSF train carrying Bakken crude oil derailed while en-route to the Phillips 66 refinery in Ferndale, WA. The EPA and WA Department of Ecology are responding. This incident occurred near Custer, Washington. Seven cars derailed and five caught fire. For some portion of time, Interstate 5 was shut down by the State Patrol. There was an evacuation of nearby residents. The cause of the derailment is under investigation by federal and state authorities including the FBI and the NTSB. Notification only"

10214,2020-12-23,Pleasant Harbor Wooden Vessel,"Pleasant Harbor Public Water Access, 309255 US-101, Brinnon, WA 98320, USA",47.660611,-122.920825,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of December 23, 2020 at 1200 the NW SSC was informed about a sunken 35 foot wooden hulled vessel near Pleasant Harbor Public Water Access. The vessel is actively leaking. Red dye diesel and hydraulic oil have been seen in the water. Washington Ecology is on scene and a salvage unit is expected early afternoon. The USCG has requested a resources as risk assessment."

10212,2020-12-21,Yuma Energy Main Pass Block 4 Wellhead,"Breton Sound, LA, USA",29.68961111,-89.35994444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 21, 2020, NOAA opened this hotline for an incident that began on October 26, 2020. The USCG has received reports of intermittent sheening from inactive Yuma wellhead serial #207985 since Hurricane Zeta made landfall, 26 Oct 2020. Well is located in Breton Sound, LA. The leak is a steady drip of oil and water mixture above the waterline resulting in a light silver to rainbow sheen. No shoreline impacts observed to date. Yuma filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in October and is unable to take response actions. LADNR has entered the well into their Orphaned/Abandoned well program and contracted an OSRO to deploy boom. NOAA providing fate/trajectory and resources at risk as requested."

10211,2020-12-16,Trading Bay Pipeline Leak,"Trading Bay, Cook Inlet, Alaska",60.81667,-151.78778,Oil,,crude,,,,,,7890,0,"On 16-Dec-2020, MSD Homer reported a pipeline leak at the Trading Bay oil production facility. The leak is underground within a pipeline corridor and is estimated to be approximately 190 barrels of 80% crude oil mix. The position of the leak is about 570 feet from the high tide line. There is no visible oil at this time."

10210,2020-12-11,Lucky Angel- 75ft fishing vessel,"offshore Horn Island, Gulf of Mexico",30.0183334,-88.661914,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,10000,0,"On December 12, 2020, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an incident involving a 75ft steel hull fishing vessel (Lucky Angel) with approximately 10,000 gallons of diesel that caught fire and sank approximately 10 miles south of Horn Island (off MS Coast, Gulf of Mexico). USCG is requesting trajectory and fate analysis."

10209,2020-12-09,35’ vessel submerged/grounded,"Long Beach, CA",33.741266063906,-118.138867391906,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,50,0,"On December 10, 2020, the USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a 35’ vessel partially submerged & grounded in the vicinity of Island Chaffee (a man-made, industrial island near Long Beach, CA). The maximum potential for the vessel is 200 gallons, but the owner reports only 50 gallons of gasoline on board at the time of the incident (2230 hrs, 09-DEC-2020). Today, only light sheening has been observed near the vessel, but Sector wanted to know whether the vessel could impact nearby sensitive sites in the event of a catastrophic release."

10207,2020-12-04,16’ Vessel Adrift,"Monterey Bay, CA",36.77116667,-121.83183333,Other,,Marine Debris,,,,,,,0,"In the afternoon of 04-DEC-2020, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary contacted their NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate for a 16’ pleasure craft for potential recovery the following day. The vessel’s last known position from 1130 hrs (Local) was provided roughly 3.5 miles SW of Moss Landing Harbor. No pollution threat. On Saturday afternoon (05-DEC-2020), an MBNMS staff member reported that the drifting vessel had been recovered and was successfully towed back to Moss Landing for salvage."

10206,2020-12-04,Toledo Beach Marina Fire,"11840 Toledo Beach Rd, La Salle, MI 48145",41.83264,-83.41501,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 4, 2020, the Great Lakes SSC received notification of green liquid in the water associated with a fire at the Toledo Beach Marina, Ohio. The USCG Marine Safety Unit (MSU) in Toledo requested resources at risk and trajectory for 225 gallons of antifreeze."

10208,2020-12-03,Container Ship ONE Apus,North Pacific Ocean,33.23,-172.54833333,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 30, 2020, the 1195- foot Container Ship ONE Apus suffered a container collapse mid-Pacific during a voyage from Yantian, China, to Long Beach, California. The incident occurred approximately 1,600 nautical miles northwest of Hawaii when the ship encountered a storm and heavy seas. The ship changed course and headed to Japan to assess the damage. The owners and managers of the ship are now reporting that the extent of the lost and damaged containers could exceed 1,900 containers with up to 40 hazmat containers. Fully loaded the Apus has a capacity of 14,000 TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) intermodal containers. This hotline is being opened to capture information about the incident and the potential for marine debris and hazardous materials."

10205,2020-12-02,T/V Harvest Spirit grounding in Detroit River,"370 Crystal Bay Dr, Amherstburg, ON N9V 4B2, Canada",42.106498,-83.128098,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 2, 2020, the Great Lakes SSC received notification of the bulk carrier Harvest Spirit running aground near buoy marker 13 in the Detroit River. No reports of observed pollution at this time. USCG requests trajectory and RAR for the estimated 280 cubic meters (73968.2 gallons) of marine diesel."

10204,2020-11-30,Selawik Diesel Discharge,"Selawik, AK",66.60388,-160.01205,Oil,,diesil,,,,,,1013,0,"On 26-Nov-2020, there was a discharge of an estimated 4500 gallons of diesel, in the village of Selawik, during a transfer between the tank farm and a day tank. The actual amount discharged is unknown. The discharged product impacted the adjacent frozen ground and reports from the field confirmed product was found under approximately two feet of snow but on top three inches of ice. Sector Anchorage IMD is requesting a Resources at Risk and an Oil Fate Analysis."

10203,2020-11-27,Tug Cape Lookout,"Krause Lagoon, Christiansted, St Croix, USVI",17.70884444,-64.77375556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 27, 2020, the NOAA SSC opened a hotline for the abandoned tug Cape Lookout, now partially submerged in Krause Lagoon, St Croix, US Virgin Islands. The tug has a potential fuel capacity of 48,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 2000 gallons of lube oil. As of 25 November responders had recovered 700 gallons of oil from the water and 5500 gallons of oily water from inside the vessel. The SSC has coordinated with other federal resource management agencies and trustees. A resource at risk report for the incident has been requested."

10202,2020-11-25,"F/V Miss Lena, Sunk Offshore Texas",Gulf of Mexico,27.0299,-93.7709,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,7500,1,"On November 25, 2020, MSU Texas City requested a fate analysis for the 7,500 gallons of diesel fuel aboard F/V Miss Lena, which sank the evening of November 24. Status of fuel tanks unknown. Vessel is in deep water (~1100 - 1200m) and will be left in place. All crew safely removed from vessel. Phone support provided."

10201,2020-11-20,"Vessel Fire, Mystic, CT","3 Williams Ave, Mystic, CT 06355, USA",41.3501392155955,-71.959376335144,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,1,,,,300,0,"On November, 2020, USCG Sector Long Island Sound notified the NOAA SSC about a 30 foot long vessel that caught fire and sank at the municipal dock in Mystic, CT. There is an active discharge of diesel fuel. USCG requested information on potential resources at risk."

10200,2020-11-16,"Sunken Vessel City Island Marina, Bronx, New York","703 Minnieford Ave, The Bronx, NY 10464, USA",40.86,-73.79,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,100,0,"On November 16, 2020, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a 30' pleasure craft that sank at the dock this morning. USCG reports that a noticeable sheen is coming from the vessel. NPFC opened to begin clean-up. An unknown amount of fuel is onboard. The cause is being investigated."

10198,2020-11-10,F/V Jimmy and Charlie Jr.,"McIntosh County, GA, USA",31.32166667,-81.255,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,20000,0,"On November 10, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that an 88-foot steel hull fishing vessel is grounded near the entrance to the Altamaha River on a sand bar. The vessel has a capacity of 33000 gallons and is thought to have 15000 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No pollution reported at this time. Salvage plans are being developed and anticipated to begin tomorrow morning."

10199,2020-11-09,F/V Three Pigeons,Grand Isle State Park,29.2523,-89.9543,Oil,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On November 10, 2020, the NOAA RRO was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans requesting fate and trajectory for a potential release from a beached 70ft shrimping vessel F/V Three Pigeons. The USCG reported that the vessel was on fire and was purposefully beached at Grand Isle State Park with 3000 gallons fuel diesel fuel onboard."

10197,2020-11-07,FV LOBSTER MANIA,"jonesport, maine",44.23916667,-67.63722222,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,250,0,"At 11:30am on 7 November 2020, USCG Sector Northern New England notified the NOAA SSC that the FV LOBSTER MANIA, which was involved in a SAR case, is partially submerged and leaking diesel fuel, 17 nmi due east of Jonesport, Maine. Vessel has an estimated 500 gallons of fuel on board. USCG requested a trajectory."

10195,2020-11-01,Cox Operating S2 Energy East Timbalier Island Pipeline Spill,LA USA,29.065066,-90.3297749,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 1, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that S2 Energy had identified a service riser slowly discharging oil south west of East Timbalier Island. A 4-mile sheen with a dark product extended to the southeast. No shoreline impacts observed. Source secure. NOAA provided trajectory."

10194,2020-11-01,Derelict Vessel Removal,"Harsens Island, MI",42.5591,-82.6911,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 1, 2020, the USCG Sector Detroit requested a Resources at Risk and Best Management Practices for removing an abandoned vessel in the marshy area of St. Clair Flats. The vessel was a SAR case about 1.5months ago (date is an estimate) and the owner is not taking action. An estimated 100gals of gasoline is onboard, the vessel is a 30' Sea Ray."

10196,2020-11-01,Grand Bay Spill,"Venice, LA, USA",29.34444444,-89.32638889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 1, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans received a report of oiled shoreline and a 1mile x 60ft light sheen in Grand Bay. Lobo Operating is conducting an investigation. NOAA determined this event is not likely related to the Saratoga Lobo Black Bay Spill (previous RL report)."

10193,2020-10-31,Saratoga Lobo Black Bay Spill,"LA, USA",29.66561667,-89.49571389,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,Hurricane Zeta (28 OCT 20) impacted Saratoga Resources Test Facility (NWF561) operated by Lobo Operating (NRC Report # 1291052). An estimated 500bbl crude oil was lost from one of three tanks on the platform. The remaining two tanks are damaged but only one tank continues to discharge. The leaking tank contains approximately 57bbl crude oil and 557bbl produced water. The tank is discharging onto the platform and into the water. Sheen is minimal. USCG has not identified any areas of shoreline impact. NOAA providing fate/trajectory and resources at risk.

10192,2020-10-28,Hurricane Zeta,Gulf of Mexico,27.3503530892671,-89.1537940050846,Other,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On October 28, 2020, NOAA's Emergency Response Division opened this hotline to capture information on Hurricane Zeta. The current forecast calls for Zeta to make landfall as a Category 2 hurricane in Southeast Louisiana by late this afternoon. This system will bring a multi-hazard threat to the area and significant impacts are expected across portions of SE LA and S MS. The SSC has made arrangements with RPI and Spatial Data Branch to ensure Arc Collector is available for USCG use post-landfall."

10191,2020-10-26,M/V WILD WAVE aground,"Avalon, CA",33.35,-118.326667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On October 26, 2020, the USCG Sector LA/LB contacted their NOAA SSC about the pleasure craft M/V WILD WAVE that was aground on Descanso Beach, in Avalon, CA (Santa Catalina Island). USCG reports that the vessel has a potential of 200 gallons of diesel on board. It is likely to break up before the vessel can be recovered. Sector LA/LB requested a hypothetical ""what if"" trajectory in the event a spill occurs."

10190,2020-10-22,Liberty Ship Thomas Heyward,Gulf of Mexico,30.30755556,-86.60394444,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On October 21, 2020, NOAA was notified of a spill from the SS Thomas Heyward Liberty Ship, now an artificial reef located southwest of Destin East Pass, FL. In September, sport divers reported oil sheen on the water surface and black ""oil - like"" substance flowing from the deck of the ship and the Okaloosa county diver conducted an inspection of the artificial reef and collected samples. Now, USCG requested NOAA assistance in identifying whether the ship is related to the Johnson Beach spill, reported after Hurricane Sally made landfall."

10189,2020-10-19,"Broadkill Beach Oil Spill, Delaware","Broadkill Beach, DE 19958, USA",38.83,-75.21,Oil,,Fuel Oil,,,,,,,0,"On October 19, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that an unknown volume of oil from an unknown source had come ashore at Lewes State Park, Delaware. At least one mile of shoreline has been impacted with tar balls and tar patties. Sector Delaware Bay intends to conduct a more formal shoreline assessment."

10188,2020-10-18,Sunken Tug- Off Duluth Wisconsin,"Bayfield County, WI, USA",46.946512,-91.408906,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 18, 2020, the NOAA SCC was notified of an incident in western Lake Superior, where a tug vessel was towing a smaller tug vessel that broke free and sank at 0100 on 18OCT2020. The sunken tug is 45ft long, max potential pollution on board is 400 gallons of diesel and 10 gallons of lube oil."

10186,2020-10-16,TS Nabarima-Off Venezuela,Venezuela,10.24714,-62.15061,Oil,,light crude,,,,,,,0,"On 16 Oct 2020, NOAA was asked by the US National Response Team to provide trajectory, resources at risk, and fate information in the event of a spill from the tanker Nabarima, a floating storage and offloading unit (FSO), moored in the Gulf of Paria between Venezuela and Trinidad. At this point, a release has not occurred (to our knowledge). The vessel has an estimated 1.1 million barrels of light crude oil aboard."

10187,2020-10-16,"Wooden Vessel Sinking La Conner Marina, WA","La Conner Marina, WA, USA",48.39779,-122.49519,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of Friday 16 OCT 2020, a 32 foot wooden vessel sank along a pier in La Conner Marina. A residual sheen was seen around the vessel, boom and pads were deployed. There is a potential for a small diesel spill from storage aboard the vessel. The vessel is scheduled to be raised around 1600. Resources at risk were requested."

10185,2020-10-14,Salmon Bay Spill,"Ballard Locks, Seattle, WA",47.6658,-122.39688,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 14 OCT 2020, SSC was notified of black waste oil discharging from F/V ALASKA CHIEFTAN. Located on the freshwater side of the Ballard Locks in Salmon Bay, USCG is on scene and says the spill is mostly contained. Request for a resources at risk."

10183,2020-10-13,High Island 330 Sheen,Offshore Texas,28.0973385,-93.50274218,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On October 13, 2020 a light sheen was noted near the Genesis Energy G03302 unmanned platform located in High Island Block 330. The platform produces natural gas, and the sheen is believed to be due to a 2,000 gallon diesel tank on the platform deck. Platform is located approximately 112 nm offshore and remains shut in following Hurricane Delta. MSU Texas City requested evaluation of potential shoreline impact. Small diesel fact sheet provided."

10184,2020-10-13,Trinity Bay Anomalies (MPSR),"Chambers County, TX, USA",29.68138889,-94.79083333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 13, 2020, NESDIS issued two Marine Pollution Surveillance Reports noting anomalies (potential oil) at facilities in Trinity Bay, Texas. NOAA SSC forwarded MPSRs to Sector Houston-Galveston. Duty teams will follow up"

10182,2020-10-06,Hurricane Delta,Gulf of Mexico,25.7998911820883,-89.3554651737213,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 6, 2020, Hurricane Delta was heading towards southeastern Louisiana and expected to make landfall as a category 2 hurricane. NOAA ERD opened this Hotline to capture coordination efforts with USCG D8 and Sectors New Orleans and Mobile as well as States and EPA."

10181,2020-10-04,Kamchatka Spill,"Kamchatka Krai, Russia",52.6252841929045,158.613277673721,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 4, 2020, NOAA ERD opened this Hotline to capture information regarding a potential spill in the Kamchatka region of the Russian Federation. Pollution was reported in the coastal zone near Khalaktyrsky beach, where, according to local residents, a massive stranding of sea animals was seen on the shore. Later, phenol and oil products were identified in three more areas of the Avachinsky Bay in the Kamchatka region. At this time, U.S. agencies have not been activated and there are no known impacts to U.S. waters. Information only."

10180,2020-10-03,"Mystery Sheen, MSU Chicago","Government Pier, Waukegan, IL 60085, USA",42.3621974,-87.7894196,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 3rd, 2020 at 1315, a mystery sheen was reported to the SSC by MSU Chicago. A trajectory of where the sheen is moving was requested."

10179,2020-10-01,"Bulk Carrier Aground Welsh Island, Oregon","Welsh Island, OR, USA",46.24503,-123.47034,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 01 OCT 2020, Bulk Carrier Genco Auvergne ran aground near Welsh Island, Oregon on the Columbia River. SSC received the initial call at 0800 and an update at 0900. No leaking has been observed. The Carrier contains approximately 14,600 Barrels of low sulfur marine gas oil. Three tugs are on-scene to assist, waiting for high tide around 1300 to move the Carrier. Resources at Risk requested."

10178,2020-09-30,"Lobo Durango Platform Allision, Breton Sound","LA, USA",29.4525,-89.29666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 26, 2020, the USCG Sector NOLA received NRC reports #1288319 and #1288318 regarding an allision between M/V Kristy Dutch and Lobo Platform, Durango. The allision resulted in damage to the inactive riser platform. An active line with approx 4.5bbl oil is associated with the structure. Currently no active discharge. NOAA providing Spot Forecasts"

10177,2020-09-30,"Yuma Energy Platform Leak, Breton Sound","LA, USA",29.67083333,-89.43666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 30, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of multiple reports of oil sheen near Fiddler Point, Breton Sound post Hurricane Sally. The USCG was unable to identify the source but satellite surveillance by NOAA NESDIS identified the source as a Yuma Energy platform in Breton Sound Block 2. A cement storage barge located under the platform has visible cracks and is discharging a few drops of crude oil every minute. An estimated 50bbl of oil resides in the barge. NOAA provided a trajectory."

10176,2020-09-29,West Bell Island Oil Spill,"LA, USA",29.099,-90.27477778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 28, 2020, the USCG Houma was notified by Weeks Marine of a mystery oil spill on West Bell Island, LA. Approximately 1,000 ft of sandy beach has been impacted NOAA has provided a hind-cast to assist with the determination of the source."

10175,2020-09-28,"YM MANDATE, Jersey City, NJ","51 Port Terminal Blvd, Bayonne, NJ 07002, USA",40.6626707362225,-74.0714550018311,Oil,,oil,1,1,,,,1000,0,"On September 28, 2020, USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC that the containership YM MANDATE was leaking oil from a hole in its hull at the Global Marine Terminal, Bayonne, NJ. . No information as to the estimated volume spilled. Cause unknown at this time. OSRO's on-scene placing boom around the vessel."

10174,2020-09-25,Anticipated sinking of F/V FLAGSHIP in Tillamook Bay,"402 S 7th St, Garibaldi, OR 97118, USA",45.5537491400004,-123.914584871381,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"ON September 25, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a vessel sinking in the Port of Garibaldi, OR. The F/V FLAGSHIP is currently at the Port of Garibaldi. Station Tillamook ran pumps to keep the vessel afloat overnight. OSLTF opened (owner/operator not taking action, see below). OSRO to take off the remaining fuel today (1600 gallons of diesel is estimated on board)."

10173,2020-09-24,Timbalier Island Platform Leak,"Timbalier Bay, LA",29.075,-90.29333333,Oil,,Crude and Gas,,,,,,,0,"On September 24, 2020, the NOAA Regional Response Officer was notified by the USCG MSU Houma IMD Chief about a platform leak reported by BSEE which was seen during a non-related overflight. USCG and LOSCO contacted several companies in the area to identify RP. USCG requested a fate and trajectory analysis while RP was been located."

10172,2020-09-22,F/V RELUCTANT aground,"Port Frederick, AK",58.003,-135.62766667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,150,0,"The F/V RELUCTANT ran aground in Port Frederick, AK at around 0830 hrs on 22-SEP-2020. The owner reports that the vessel has 150 gallons of diesel fuel on board with a capacity of 280 gallons. NRC report indicates a 20x20 ft sheen. USCG Sector Juneau contacted the NOAA SSC covering AK to request oil fate & trajectory for a potential catastrophic release from the vessel."

10171,2020-09-14,Hurricane Sally,Gulf of Mexico,28.8,-87.4,Other,Hurricane,,,1,,,,,0,"Around 4 AM on September 14, 2020, Hurricane Sally made landfall in the vicinity of Gulf Shores/Orange Beach, Alabama as a strong Category 2 storm (sustained winds ~100 MPH). The center of the storm tracked slightly farther east than initially forecast. Very heavy rain on the east side of the storm continued as it tracked northeast. Coastal areas impacted by significant storm surge spanned from Gulf Shores, Alabama east to the Florida panhandle. Seas in excess of 20 feet were observed offshore Pensacola, Florida. USCG Sector Mobile set up incident command for hurricane response operations under their Continuity of Operations Procedure (COOP) at the NOAA Disaster Response Center in Mobile, Alabama. NOAA disaster response support included deployment of the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator and Scientific Support Team, as well as the National Geodetic Survey Remote Sensing Division (NGS/RSD) Emergency Response aerial surveillance team, and the Coast Survey’s mobile navigation response team (NRT). Additionally, support from NOAA included satellite imagery analysis from the Satellite Analysis Branch (SAB) of National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS). NOAA's Emergency Response Division and Spatial Data Branch personnel from the Office of Response and Restoration provided direct on-scene support of all pollution response operations including operation of the Common Operational Picture (COP) in NOAA's Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA), as well as data collection and management of all assessment and pollution mitigation for over 1,000 storm-impacted vessels. NOAA's Emergency Response Division also provided Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Technique (SCAT) teams for a storm related oil spill on Johnson Beach Gulf Islands National Seashore."

10170,2020-09-13,"Sunken Recreational Vessel, San Jacinto River","20111 Rio Villa Dr, Houston",29.83086389,-95.68363889,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 13, 2020, NOAA SSC received a request from Sector Houston- Galveston for technical assistance with consultations associated with a sunken recreational vessel in the San Jacinto River. Vessel is sheening, and boomed. Sector Houston has federalized the response and plans to sting the vessel tanks."

10169,2020-09-11,"Possible Sweetener Spill to St. Lawrence River, Canada","Cardinal, ON, Canada",44.79,-75.38,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 11, 2020, the USCG Sector Buffalo contacted the NOAA SSC for support on an incident that occurred on September 9, 2020. Environment Canada reported a possible spill of what is most likely a food-grade corn-based sweetener. The incident took place in Canadian waters at 4040 James Street, Cardinal, Ontario, CA (8 NM from Ogdensburg, NY). The suspected responsible party is an organization called INGREDION CANADA INC. USCG requested support on fates, potential for impacts to US waters, and trustee notifications."

10168,2020-09-10,M/T Monsoon,"Upper Florida Keys, USA",24.8864364907877,-80.1974487304688,Chemical,Adrift,,,,,,,,0,"On September 9, 2020, USCG Sector Key West notified the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary that a 750 Ft Propane was adrift off of the Upper Keys. The tanker MT Monsoon was underway with empty tanks from Belgium to Houston when it had issues with saltwater contamination of its engines, losing propulsion. Notification only"

10167,2020-09-03,MV Windy K Vessel Fire and Grounding,"1069 St Clair Pkwy, Mooretown, ON N0N 1M0, Canada",42.84814,-82.46439,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,,0,"On September 3rd, 2020, the M/V Windy K caught fire and ran aground in the St. Clair River at approximately 1600. No injuries reported. Canadian CG is on scene and responding. Sector Detroit requesting trajectory for the potential of 600 gallons of marine diesel release."

10166,2020-09-02,Mystery waxy material on Fort Lauderdale Beach,"298 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316, USA",26.1196803039652,-80.1038101315498,Other,,non petroleum oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 2, 2020, the USCG Sector Miami called the NOAA SSC to report a waxy white material that had washed up on Fort Lauderdale Beach near Las Olas Blvd. It was estimated that about a mile of beach was contaminated with a small band of the material. USCG suspect it might be palm oil or something similar. They plan to SCAT the area and collect samples for possible analysis at a local laboratory. No potential source has been identified."

10162,2020-08-31,FV SAAMI Aground,"Sitka, AK",56.991389,-135.443889,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On 29-Aug-2020, the FV SAAMI ran aground on Kulichkof Rocks in Sitka Sound. The vessel was abandoned and then caught fire. Approximately 500 gallons of diesel were on board at the time of the grounding. USCG MSD Sitka is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis."

10164,2020-08-31,Mystery Sheen,"Off San Clemente, CA",33.33694444,-117.6375,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"In the early afternoon of 30-AUG-2020, a recreational pilot observed a mystery sheen roughly 3.75 miles offshore of San Clemente, CA (between Dana Point and Oceanside). A report was made to the National Response Center almost 24 hrs after the observation, describing the sheen as rainbow in color and roughly 50 feet in diameter. USCG Sector San Diego requested trajectory input in the event they conduct a helicopter overflight."

10165,2020-08-31,SM-3 Barge Grounding,"Ekuk, AK",58.7859969413012,-158.49380495958,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On 31-Aug-2020, Sector Anchorage received notification of a potential release of diesel into Nushagak Bay from a grounded barge. The vessel went aground due to a broken anchor chain in bad weather. Potential of 5000 gallons of diesel onboard. Notification only at this time. No products have currently been requested."

10163,2020-08-31,S/V Ocean Lady Grounding,"101 Ocean Lake Way, Ocean Shores, WA 98569, USA",46.98277778,-124.18611111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 31, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that the sailing vessel Ocean Lady was aground at Ocean Shores, WA. The vessel is 27ft with 15gal of diesel, an unknown amount of engine oil, and vessel batteries. Sector Columbia River IMD is seeking RAR and assistance with Section 7 consultation."

10161,2020-08-30,Mystery Sheen IVO 238,Gulf of Mexico,29.305,-91.88666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"30 Aug 2020 NESDIS imagery indicates a 15x1 mile oil anomaly 14 miles south of Marsh Island, LA. USCG, BSEE, and potential RPs are investigating. No additional information at this time."

10160,2020-08-29,TPIC Platform Explosion Main Pass 67,"Venice, LA, USA",29.14555556,-89.05111111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 29, 2020, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of an explosion at a TPIC platform in Main Pass 67, Venice, LA (NRC 1285919). The platform is on fire but is shut-in. 300bbl of oil/water mixture are stored onsite. It is unknown if a release has occurred. NOAA providing fate & trajectory."

10157,2020-08-27,FV Ginny O Submerged,"Crawfish Inlet, Sitka, AK",56.79803,-135.0917,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1800,0,"On 25-Aug-2020, Sector Juneau reported that the FV GINNY O was sinking in Crawfish Inlet south of Sitka. The vessel has a maximum fuel capacity of 3500 gallons. The vessel is boomed off, and the fuel vents were plugged. The sheening observed was very light and is contained within the boom. The vessel was not actively sheening."

10158,2020-08-27,FV Lady Ashley,"Karluk, AK",57.64,-154.34653,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On 27-Aug-2020, MSD Kodial reported that the FV LADY ASHLEY hit a submerged rock, was taking on water, and was then intentionally beached to prevent from sinking. The vessel reportedly has 200 gallons of diesel fuel on board and did not appear to be leaking fuel after the intentional grounding. MSD Kodiak is still investigating and has asked NOAA to stand by for potential requests for science support."

10155,2020-08-25,Hurricane Laura,Texas and Louisiana,29.67416667,-93.83361111,Other,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"Hurricane Laura is forecast to make landfall on the Southeast Texas/Southwest Louisiana coast early on the morning of August 27, 2020 as a Category 3 (major) hurricane. This Hotline is being opened for reporting from all units and SSCs."

10153,2020-08-21,CFV PHUONG MAI St Mary's Ga,"Camden County, GA, USA",30.71833333,-81.40666667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"On August 20, 2020, the 40-ft. fishing vessel Phuong Mai ran aground and sank in St. Mary's Inlet, GA. The fishing gear was deployed at the time of the sinking. The USCG Sector Jacksonville requested an Incident Specific RRT call to determine the best course of action for the disposal of the marine debris and ensuring the channel to King's Bay Naval base remains unobstructed."

10154,2020-08-21,Hilcorp E8 Platform Oil Spill,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",28.94944444,-89.38944444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 21, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC#1285147 reporting a discharge of approximately 3 bbl crude oil from Hilcorp platform E-8 in Southwest Pass. The discharge is secured and containment boom deployed. Oil is contained within the area surrounding the facility. USCG and LDEQ were onsite. No shoreline impacts or oiled wildlife observed."

10156,2020-08-21,MY NO FILTER Fire and Sinking,"offshore Ocean City, MD, USA",38.0556608824208,-75.1567840576172,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,200,0,"On August 21, 2020, the USCG Sector Maryland notified the NOAA SSC that a 60-foot long yacht had caught fire and partially capsized 2 miles offshore and 2 miles north of Chincoteague Island, Virginia. On 25 August, Sector Maryland requested a review of the proposed salvage plan and stakeholder coordination."

10152,2020-08-21,Pipeline Explosion,"Corpus Christi Inner Harbor, TX",27.81686111,-97.46772222,Chemical,,Propane,,,,,,,0,"On August 21, 2020, an explosion and fire were reported in Corpus Christi Inner Harbor after a dredger hit an underwater pipeline (NRC#1285154). 6 non-critical injuries were reported, 4 persons unaccounted for. SAR activities are underway. The pipeline reported to contain propane has been shut-in, and pressure is being bled off. The Dredger is reported to contain a potential of 8,000 gallons diesel and an unknown amount of hydraulic fluid.As of approximately 1200 CT, dredge fire was extinguished. No sheen has been observed on the water. SSC providing support on response options, air plume modeling, trajectory in the event of release and resources at risk."

10150,2020-08-20,Ferry Vessel ISLAND DUCHESS aground,"Wellesley Island, NY, USA",44.37122222,-75.90627778,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"On August 20th, 2020, the NOAA Great Lakes SSC was notified of F/V ISLAND DUCHESS aground in the St. Lawrence river with 138 passengers and 1500 gallons of marine diesel on board, though nothing has spilled. The vessel is stable, at anchor, and not taking on water. All passengers transferred to an empty ferry vessel with USCG escort. USCG Sector Buffalo requesting trajectory and fate if release does occur. Canada and local tribes have been notified."

10151,2020-08-20,TPIC MP35 Produced Water Discharge,"Main Pass 35, LA, USA",29.45111111,-89.40333333,Oil,,Produce water/oil,,,,,,31500,0,"On August 19, 2020, the USCG Sec NOLA was notified of a collapsed platform and produced water tank in Main Pass 35. Lines have been shut-in. Release secured. Approximately 750 bbl of produced water were discharged. Rainbow sheen in the area. SSC provided phone support. No shoreline impact anticipated."

10149,2020-08-18,"Tank Fire, Pasadena Refining Systems, Pasdena, TX","111 Red Bluff Rd, Pasadena, TX 77506, USA",29.71944444,-95.21055556,Oil,,heavy hydrocarbon,,,,,,,0,"On August 18, 2020, a tank fire was reported at Pasadena Refining Systems, Pasadena, TX. The facility is adjacent to Buffalo Bayou. Product is unknown. Fire reported extinguished approximately 0730 CT. No waterway discharge, fire suppression water, and foam remained within secondary containment. No products requested."

10148,2020-08-15,"Plum Island Waste Water Treatment Facility-Charleston, SC","539 Harbor View Cir, Charleston, SC 29412, USA",32.76052778,-79.95261111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 15, 2020, the USCG Sector Charleston notified the SSC of a 3100-gallon release of diesel from a tank at the Palm Island water treatment facility on James Island, SC. The diesel transited offsite through drainage and into nearby Dill Creek and adjacent marsh areas. The USCG is working with South Carolina Dept of Health and Environmental Control to assess and respond to the spill. Currently the spill is contained in the creek with boom and skimming operations are ongoing. NOAA is evaluating oil fate and effects and potential movement should the containment boom fail. NOAA is also assisting the USCG with initiation of sect 7 ESA and EFH emergency consultations."

10145,2020-08-14,"Mystery Sheen, Buffalo River","503 Elk Street, Buffalo, NY 14210, USA",42.86055556,-78.83416667,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On August 14t, 2020, the USCG D9 DRAT informed the NOAA SSC of a mystery sheen and product release at a storm outfall in Buffalo, NY. The product contained in an existing boom. As of today, OSRO's have been on site for sample collection and air monitoring. Spot forecast and RAR have been requested and delivered. Mitigation plans and source identification to be determined next week after product sample has been analyzed."

10144,2020-08-13,Bayou Bienvenue Vessel Fire,"Bayou Bienvenue, New Orleans, LA, USA",29.99166667,-89.915,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 13, 2020, the USCG Sec NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of two derelict vessels on fire in Bayou Bienvenue and Lake Borgne (aka Post Katina Junkyard). The area is not accessible by land. No response to the fire was initiated. USCG overflight on 14 Aug 2020 did not identify a release of oil from the vessels. Fire is out."

10146,2020-08-13,Helis Oil Well Leak Black Bay,"LA, USA",29.52722222,-89.47777778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 13, 2020, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a 7bbl well leak and 1.5mi x 1mi rainbow sheen in Black Bay, Louisiana. A well owned by Helis Oil was identified as the source of release. Well is secured. Fate & trajectory requested. No shoreline impact anticipated."

10147,2020-08-13,Plastic Pellets Mississippi River,"Chalmette, LA, USA",29.9389,-89.9931,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 6, 2020, The USCG Sec NOLA was notified of industrial plastic pellets impacting approximately 1mi of the Mississippi River east bank (LDB) just downriver of downtown New Orleans adjacent to the Chalmette Battlefield and National Cemetery. Responsible Party has not been identified."

10159,2020-08-11,Main Pass 69A Sheen,"LA, USA",29.23388889,-89.05138889,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 11, 2020, the USCG IMD Sector New Orleans reported a sheen with dark product 20 miles long and half-mile wide off the Louisiana coast. TPIC is suspected to be the responsible party. Fieldwood and BSEE both conducted overflights. The amount is suspected to be 5 - 10 barrels of Louisiana Sweet Crude. RRO notified and phone support was requested"

10143,2020-08-10,Mystery Sheen Main Pass 61,Gulf of Mexico,29.31611111,-88.92027778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"ON August 10, 2020, the USCG received notification of a mystery sheen in Main Pass 61 off the coast of Louisiana. The sheen was 8mi x 1/2mi heading west to east. USCG requested a hindcast to determine the potential for association with a previous incident."

10142,2020-08-08,HANTA YO Sinking,"Uyak Bay, Kodiak Island, AK",57.66833,-154.21833,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On August 8, 2020, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC for support on a sunken fishing vessel. The USCG MSD Kodiak is providing oversight in response to the fishing vessel HANTA YO, sunken or partially sunken, 45-foot aluminum-hulled, in the vicinity of Uyak Bay. Planned response actions are pending, the owner is working with his insurance company to work through removing the 200 gallons of diesel fuel from the vessel. MSD Kodiak has requested NOAA SSC stand by and provide phone support with regard to potential trust resource concerns in the vicinity."

10141,2020-08-07,SHADUBE II Aground,"Heather Island, Columbia Bay, AK",60.95588,-147.06275,Oil,,gas and heating oil,,,,,,72,0,"On 01-Aug-2020, MSU Valdez received notification that a 32-foot sailing vessel, Shadube II, ran aground near Heather Island, in Columbia Bay. There was 45 gallons of gasoline and 27 gallons of heating oil on board. Due to unsatisfactory response by the owner, USCG opened the OSLTF and authorized a contractor to remove hazardous materials. MSU Valdez requested NOAA SSC support for marine mammal BMPs during response."

10138,2020-08-06,Humpback Whale Carcass,"Santa Cruz, CA",36.949467034395,-122.010554759235,Other,,Whale,,,,,,,0,"On 06-AUG-2020, the NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 30’ Humpback Whale carcass in the vicinity of Santa Cruz. It is expected that the carcass may be towed approximately 45-50 miles offshore tomorrow night (07-AUG-2020). NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in towing guidance discussions."

10139,2020-08-06,M/V WAKASHIO,"1.5 NM off Pointe d’Esny, Mauritius",-20.43812,57.74463,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 25, 2020, the 984-foot bulk carrier M/V WAKASHIO ran aground on a coral reef off the coast of Pointe-D’Esny, Mauritius. The situation was initially reported as stable but in the past few days, the vessel has begun leaking fuel oil. The vessel is reported to have approximately 1.1 million gallons of fuel and lube oils on board, but no was not laden with cargo. On August 8, 2020, the US National Response Team and NOAA were notified via the US. Department of State, to address a formal request for assistance from the Mauritius Government. This hotline was opened to capture information regarding the incident."

10137,2020-08-05,Gunslinger Vessel Aground,"False Pass, AK",54.8686389400983,-163.405723578762,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,350,0,"On 5-Aug-20, Sector Anchorage notified NOAA SSC of a 29-foot fishing vessel grounding approximately one mile north of False Pass, Alaska in Bechevin Bay. The vessel contains 350 gallons of diesel and approximately 20 gallons of hydraulic oils. SAR is active. Sector is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis."

10140,2020-08-04,Nome and Savoonga Trash Events,"Nome and Savoonga, Alaska",64.5956128002961,-166.2451171875,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 04-Aug-20, the Sea Grant Marine Advisor for Northwest Alaska made notification of two potentially related marine trash events in the Northern Bering Sea--one north of Nome, and one east of Savoonga. Federal and State agencies are investigating and USCG Sector Anchorage has requested NOAA ERD assistance in identifying/ruling out potential sources."

10136,2020-08-04,Pacific Jade Aground,"Whale Island, Kodiak, AK",57.92833,-152.82167,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On 01-Aug-2020, the FV Pacific Jade ran aground in Whale Passage due to an equipment failure that lead to loss of power and steerage. The vessel has 500 gallons of diesel onboard. MSD Kodiak is requesting NOAA SSC review of response plans to lighter the fuel."

10135,2020-08-02,S/V PLAYTIME sunk,"North of Point Arena, CA",39.22028,-123.83222,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,50,0,"On 02-AUG-2020, USCG Marine Safety Detachment Humboldt Bay contacted their NOAA SSC for input on potential shoreline oiling of a sunken vessel 2.5 NM offshore. The 45’ S/V PLAYTIME sank during the night with roughly 50 gallons of diesel and one gallon of lube oil on board. All passengers were safely rescued, but the S/V is believed sunk in over 100’ of water."

10134,2020-07-30,GFNMS whale carcass,"Salmon Creek Beach, California",38.354441,-123.068066,Other,,Dead whale,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 30-JUL-2020, the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary (GFNMS) contacted their NOAA SSC to request a hindcast trajectory for a whale carcass. The GFNMS is working with the Marine Mammal Stranding Network to determine if a whale carcass found near Bodega, CA on 23-JUN-2020, might be the same carcass observed near Point Reyes on 14-JUN-2020."

10128,2020-07-28,FV Viking Star Riper Sinks off Coast of New Jersey,"Offshore, Barnegat, NJ",39.4644710032924,-74.0661623328924,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,1100,0,"On 28 July 2020, USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC that a 60 ft fishing vessel sank 30 NMI east of Barnegat Light, NJ. The vessel had over 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No pollution observed at the time incident was reported."

10132,2020-07-28,"Offshore Discharge, High Island 536",Gulf of Mexico,28.04916667,-94.43833333,Oil,,crude oil,1,,,,,,0,"On July 28, 2020, MSU Texas City received a report from BSEE overflight of a sheen near an unmanned platform in High Island Block 536 (NRC#1282980). Specific oil and amount discharged unknown. Requested evaluation of trajectory, including the likelihood of shoreline impact, the potential for affecting Flower Garden Banks NMS, and possible connection to NESDIS mystery sheen in East Breaks 166."

10133,2020-07-28,"Offshore Mystery Sheen, East Breaks 166",Gulf of Mexico,27.8025,-94.27666667,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On July 28, 2020, MSU Texas City requested hindcast analysis of sheen observed in Marine Pollution Surveillance Report (MPSR) 20200727_1649 (NRC#1282971), specifically to determine if three nearest platforms were a likely source, and/or if the sheen was possibly connected with a discharge at an unmanned platform in High Island 536."

10129,2020-07-28,"Vessel Capsizes at Naval Station Norfolk, VA","Norfolk, VA",36.9625117765982,-76.3158416748047,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,1,,,,400,0,"On 28 July 2020, USCG Sector Virginia notified the NOAA SSC that a privately owned charter vessel with 400 gallons of diesel fuel onboard, sank, and capsized in Willoughby Bay, Norfolk, Virginia, adjacent to the US Navy's Naval Station. USCG requested an informal ESA emergency consultation. No pollution reported at this time. Salvage operations are underway."

10127,2020-07-26,Fieldwood Pipeline GC40 Spill,Gulf of Mexico,27.93478611,-89.96132778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 26, 2020, the USCG MSU Houma received notification of a discharge more than 60 miles offshore in Green Canyon 40. Discharge believed to originate from a Fieldwood Energy Pipeline. Current sheen (not slick) is 12 miles long. Early estimate of discharge volume is 12.5bbl. Release not yet secured. USCG requesting trajectory."

10125,2020-07-21,CGC NAUSHON Fuel Spill,"Womens Bay, Kodiak, AK",57.707667,-152.5223167,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,204,0,"On 08-Jul-2020, the CGC NAUSHON discharged approximately 204 gallons of diesel into Womens Bay during and internal fuel transfer. MSD Kodiak has requested NOAA Science Support in determining the amount of the release based on observed fate of the sheen."

10126,2020-07-21,M/V Algoma Verity,"Fore River Parkway Trail, Fore River Parkway Trail, Portland, ME 04102, USA",43.6475194712573,-70.2837789058685,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 17, while in Portsmouth Harbor, the ALGOMA VERITY reported an issue with fuel its ballast tank water. On closer inspection, with the US Coast Guard, is was determined that a fuel tanks and the ballast tank were communicating. On the 19th the ship was moved to Portland, ME because of better facilities. Issues around decanting remain. The NOAA SSC was brought in for these discussions."

10131,2020-07-20,FSO Safer tank ship,Yemen,15.1167,42.5833,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"The FSO Safer is a 396 meter (1,300’) ULCC tank ship falling into disrepair off the coast of Yemen with roughly 1.3 million bbls of Marib Light crude oil on board. The vessel and cargo is owned by the Yemeni Government's Safer Oil Company, is located roughly 4.8 NM off the Ras Isa shoreline (30 NM NW of the port of Al Hudaydah), but has had no maintenance since 2015 due to conflict in the region. The US Department of State is working with the UN Environmental Program (UNEP) and the UN Office for Project Services (UNOPS) and has requested technical assistance from the National Response Team to better understand the potential spill risks, potential mitigation measures, and threats to the local environment and coastal communities. This Hotline is being opened to archive relevant information obtained via the NRT and to house NOAA products as needed."

10124,2020-07-20,North Pacific Gold Abandoned Vessel,"Homer, AK",59.60578,-151.42542,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On 20-Jul-2020, MSD Homer notified the NOAA SSC of the following: MV North Pacific Gold, a 90-foot crabber turned gold mining vessel, was abandoned in the Homer small boat harbor in 2016 after suffering a marine casualty. The vessel touched bottom during a low-tide event in April 2020, damaging the hull. The vessel contains approximately 6000 gallons of oily water in the aft tanks and an unknown amount in the saddle tanks. The OSLTF has been opened for assessment of the vessel due to substantial threat of pollution and Global Diving and Salvage has been hired to assess the vessel's condition. MSD Homer is requesting NOAA provide resources at risk to support removal and potential scuttling of the vessel."

10123,2020-07-17,Barge Sea Lion Rodman Panama,"Pier 1 2-3, Rousseau, Panama",8.952652,-79.57444,Oil,,IFO,,,,,,,0,The SSC was contacted through the NRT Panama committee for requested technical support to address cleanup assessment and recommendations for an IFO spill that occurred on 30 June 2020 at the former Rodman Navy base. The oil impacted nearby mangroves.

10122,2020-07-14,Hackberry Oil Field Valve Leak,Louisiana,30.01638889,-93.32063889,Oil,,Crude Oil,1,,,,,2000,0,"On June 12, 2020, a discharge of crude oil into Calcasieu Lake from a non-operational well was reported (NRC#1281686). Discharge is from a failed valve, not secured. OSRO is on-site, conducting skimming operations, and oil is contained by boom. As of June 14, source is still not secure. Response operations ongoing, with an estimated 1,000-2,000 gallons of oil present in boom. Boom is containing oil. MSU Lake Charles requested trajectory in the event boom fails."

10121,2020-07-12,LOBO Grand Bay Discharge,"Venice, LA, USA",29.31527778,-89.28472222,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 12, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD called the NOAA RRO about an estimated 4bbl crude oil discharge at LOBO Operating Grand Bay Tank Battery #12. The cause of the discharge is determined to be a broken valve. The source is secured, most of the discharge is contained with a hard boom."

10120,2020-07-12,USS BonHomme Richard on fire,"3400 Senn St, San Diego, CA",32.6832378898011,-117.132146357975,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,786000,0,"At roughly 0830 hrs Pacific, 12-JUL-2020 there was an explosion and subsequent fire on-board the USS Bonhomme Richard (an 843' US Navy amphibious assault ship) moored in San Diego, CA. The fire continued for several days. The USCG Sector San Diego contacted the NOAA SSC to request a hypothetical "what if" trajectory to guide a first light overflight in the event of a release overnight. An estimated 900,000 gallons of diesel is on-board."

10119,2020-07-11,"Hilcorp 212 Facility, Lake Grand Ecaille Spill","LA, USA",29.39194444,-89.79527778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 11, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division called the NOAA Regional Response Officer about an estimated 1bbl crude oil discharge at Hilcorp 212 facility. The cause of discharge is determined to be internal corrosion. Source is secured, most of the discharge is contained with hard boom. USCG requested trajectory for rainbow sheen seen during overflight crew."

10118,2020-07-06,Bayou Teche Mystery,"Jeanerette, LA, USA",29.8998027,-91.6261294,Other,,not oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 6, 2020, the St. Mary Parrish, LA Sheriff's department notified the USCG Morgan City of a brown substance floating in Bayou Teche. The substance was spotted as far north as Iberia and covered more than 8 miles of Bayou Teche. NOAA assisted with the identification and sampling of the unknown substance. LSU will analyze the substance."

10116,2020-07-01,"F/V Jamie Lynn, Charleston, SC","Crab Bank, Charleston Harbor, SC",32.79983333,-79.89666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 1, 2020, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the grounding of the F/V JAMIE LYNN. The vessel grounded on June 24th, 2020. The NOAA SSC was consulted on potential environmental concerns with regard to using a crane barge to lift the vessel and access tanks to remove fuel."

10115,2020-06-30,Destin Operating Wellhead Leak,"Franklin, LA USA",29.890437,-91.490024,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 27, 2020, the USCG received NRC #1280534 regarding a leaking wellhead operated by Destin Operating in Charenton, LA. Approximately 10-15 bbl of sweet crude impacted an unnamed waterway. USCG authorized the removal of oiled vegetation. No reports of oiled wildlife. USCG, LOSCO and NOAA on site tomorrow."

10117,2020-06-29,Mystery Sheen,"York County, ME, USA",43.0161953254032,-70.6733322143555,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG Station Portsmouth, NH contact the NOAA SSC about a 1/2 mile long mystery sheen 3 miles east of the Portsmouth Harbor entrance. The SSC worked with the unit to determine possible sources and next actions."

10114,2020-06-28,"Sailing Vessel Aground Whidbey Island, WA","Mutiny Bay, WA",47.996519,-122.557845,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 27 JUN 2020 a sailing vessel ran aground in Mutiny Bay on Whidbey Isalnd, WA. A slow oil drip was reported and being contained in the vessel. The vessel is to be removed at high tide, approximately 2300, on the 27 JUN. NOAA gave a verbal confirmation there are no sensitive resources at risk."

10113,2020-06-26,MV OCEAN SPRAY,"Pasadena, MD",39.13297222,-76.44425,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 26 June 2020, the USCG Sector Maryland NCR contacted the NOAA SSC about a 60-foot commercial vessel that went aground and sank at a marina in Bodkin Creek, Bayside Beach, Maryland. The vessel has a mixture of petroleum products onboard totaling approximately 200 gallons. USCG requested a trajectory."

10112,2020-06-26,Right Whale Strike NJ,United States,39.6056881783208,-73.9874267578125,Other,,,,,,,,,0,A deceased right whale was discovered off of NJ coast (lat/long forthcoming) that has propeller wounds and likely a recent vessel interaction case. NMFS/GARFO has requested coordination with ERD.

10111,2020-06-23,TPIC 2-69 Well Unit 2 Delta Duck Oil Spill,"Venice, LA USA",29.23068056,-89.20633611,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 23, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans received an NRC report of 3-5 barrels of crude oil discharged from a 2-inch gas line, associated with TPIC 2-69 Well Unit 2. The impacted area is within the Delta Duck National Refuge, in Plaquemines Parish. The source is secured. Containment boom deployed. The majority of impacted vegetation is water hyacinth."

10108,2020-06-22,T/V Aquila Vegetable Oil Spill,"Mississippi River, MM 98, LA",29.91016667,-90.09711111,Other,,Vegetable Oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 20, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received a report of a discharge of an unknown amount of vegetable oil (palm oil and coconut oil) from the T/V AQUILA (IMO#9692258) into the Lower Mississippi River (MM 98). OSRO deployed. The NOAA SSC and RRO were notified via email."

10109,2020-06-22,Whitney Oil and Gas Spill Well #256,"Venice, LA",29.06857222,-89.17506389,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 21, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC#1280070 reporting an unknown amount of crude oil, discharged from a 2-inch flow line, associated with Garden Island Bay S/L 214, Well#256, located in the Garden Island Bay area, in Plaquemines Parish. Whitney Oil and Gas (Whitney) is the responsible party."

10107,2020-06-19,FV Stormie B,"Sukhoi Lagoon, Kodiak Island, Alaska",56.9418295831892,-154.361300468445,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"On June 19, 2020, NOAA was notified that the F/V STORMIE B ran aground on the beach just outside Sukhoi Lagoon, Kodiak, AK. The vessel sustained two quarter-sized holes in the hull and repaired them using Splash Zone. Master reported no water in the bilges and no pollution from the vessel. The USCG is not requesting any NOAA assistance at this time but will update should the vessel discharge any fuel."

10106,2020-06-19,Savoonga Mystery Substance,"Savoonga, AK",63.4944659272803,-170.051879882812,Other,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On June 19, 2020, the NOAA SSC was notified by the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisor in Nome that the Village of Savoonga reported a mystery substance on the beach and a number of dead seabirds. The birds appeared to be coated with the substance. The USCG is requesting NOAA's assistance in identifying the substance."

10105,2020-06-18,Whitney Tank Battery 49 Garden Island Bay Oil Spill,"Venice, LA, USA",29.07537778,-89.16603889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 18, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans received NRC#1279863. Crude oil discharged from an underwater flow line in the Garden Island Bay area, Plaquemines Parish. The estimated amount of discharge is 5bbls. Whitney Oil and Gas is the responsible party. OSRO deployed containment and sorbent boom. Impacted vegetation is predominantly water hyacinth. The impacted area is within the Pass A Loutre State Wildlife Management Area."

10103,2020-06-17,F/V Rebecca Mary,40 miles south of Nantucket,40.2397,-70.285,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"ON June 17, 2020, the Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England (SENE) received a VHF Mayday call from the F/V Rebecca Mary taking on water approximately 40NM S of Nantucket Sound with 04 POB. Survival suits had been donned, the life raft was made ready alongside the F/V, and the EPIRB was activated (alert/position received by D1).  Sector SENE and First District DRAT contacted the NOAA SSC. The vessel is carrying 3000 gallons of diesel fuel."

10104,2020-06-16,"TPIC Romere Pass, Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Oil Spill","Venice, LA, USA",29.28861389,-89.24055556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 16th, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans received NRC#1279695 regarding a crude oil spill from a wellhead in Romere Pass, LA. Current estimate of discharge is 5bbl.The Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) is the responsible party. The wellhead has been secured. Oil was effectively contained within a 30ft diameter patch of water hyacinth. USCG and TPIC coordinated directly with USFWS."

10101,2020-06-12,Crude Oil Discharge in Baptiste Collete Bayou area,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.32194444,-89.29111111,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,10,0,"On June 11, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC report #1279374 stating that LOBO Tank Battery 1 discharged an estimated 10 gallons of crude oil into an unnamed canal in the Baptiste Collete Bayou area. OSRO on site, IMD will continue to work with the responsible party to monitor the situation."

10100,2020-06-11,T/B PML-2501,"19823 E Pierre Row, De Tour Village, MI 49725, USA",46.02907222,-83.94726667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 11 June 2020 the barge PML-2501 under tow by the tug ANGLIAN LADY and carrying crude coal tar grounded near Sweets Point in area of Sault Sainte Marie, MI. The barge's ballast tank was holed, but no product released."

10099,2020-06-09,"Tug Lee W - Barge Collision, Bolivar. TX","Port Bolivar, TX",29.40502778,-94.74330556,Oil,,Condensate,,,,,,163800,0,"On June 9, 2020, the Tug Lee W collided with its forward barge, causing a 1.5 ft gash above the waterline in the forward tank. Potential of 3,900 bbl condensate in the damaged tank. An unknown amount of product discharged into ICW. Boom deployed around the vessel, but product confirmed outside area and moving eastward. (NRC#1279187)"

10098,2020-06-05,Tropical Storm Cristobal,Coastal Louisiana,29.9930022845511,-91.307373046875,Other,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On June 5, 2020, the Tropical Depression Cristobal forecast track heading to Louisiana from the Yucatan Peninsula. The greatest threat according to National Weather Service to the affected area is heavy rainfall and minor to moderate coastal flooding. This hotline was opened to capture planning information."

10097,2020-06-04,M/V Hoegh Xiamen,"Intermodal Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226, USA",30.4046,-81.5467,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 4, 2020, the Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville notified the SSC of explosions and a resulting fire aboard the 600 foot RoRo or car carrier vessel M/V Hoegh Xiamen that occurred at approximately 1830 EST at pier 20 on Blount Island, Jacksonville, FL. The estimated position for the vessel is 30.4046N, 081.5467W. Fuel on board was reported to be 64 MT of low sulfur fuel oil, 315 MT of MGO, and 30,355 liters of lube oil. At this time, the Coast Guard does not have information pertaining to the number of tanks aboard the vessel or the distribution of the oil onboard. Cargo consists of 2400 cars each with approximately one eighth of a tank of gasoline plus normal lubricants. Reportedly one firefighter was critically injured and five more had minor injuries. The fire department is on scene and attempting to cool the vessel but are not trying to enter the vessel to extinguish the fire. NOAA is preparing some trajectory analysis information and resources at risk information for the Coast Guard for use in the event of a release."

10096,2020-06-02,"Sunken Pleasure Craft Matia Island, WA","Eastsound, WA 98245, USA",48.74691,-122.83773,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Morning of 02 JUN 2020, Washington State Ecology was notified of a sunken 41 ft pleasure craft off Matia Island in the San Juan Islands. Coast Guard safely rescued persons onboard before the vessel sank. It is unknown how much fuel is onboard the vessel at this time and Coast Guard is reporting they are not seeing a sheen in the water. They are planning to conduct an overflight at daylight to assess the situation. ESA has been requested at this time."

10094,2020-06-01,Bloom Reported as Oil,"Parish Governing Authority District 9, LA, USA",29.0429638621888,-90.5081176757812,Other,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On June 1, 2020, the USCG MSU Houma reported to SSC and RRO that they had been receiving reports all weekend about a brownish substance in the water. There were no reports of sheen or smell of oil, and substance appears to be an algae bloom."

10102,2020-06-01,M/V Old Hat,"Little Irish Bayou, LA",30.17733333,-89.37116667,Oil,,Oil (Sheen),,,,,,,0,"On June 1, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC Report # 1278550 stating that the M/V OLD HAT is continually taking on water and being pumped out, creating a sheen in the water around the vessel, while moored at a private dock, near Little Irish Bayou, a tributary of Lake Pontchartrain, in Orleans Parish, LA. IMD team are conducting on site assessment."

10095,2020-05-31,Whitney Oil South Pass Platform Leak,"Gulf of Mexico, LA, USA",29.016666,-89.26666,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 31 May 2020 USCG received reports of a 4 mile sheen near South Pass moving south, offshore. A Whitney Oil knockout platform experienced an upset. The product was discharged from the flare. No recoverable oil reported. Estimated 150 gallons discharged."

10093,2020-05-25,Un-Manned Rocket Failure,"near San Nicolas Island, CA",33.1,-119.79972222,Other,,RP-1 Kerosene fuel,,,,,,1600,0,"On 25-MAY-2020, a 70 foot long, un-manned rocket was launched from an aircraft at 35,000’ altitude with 13,500 pounds of RP1 Kerosene fuel on-board (roughly 1,600 gallons). Shortly after launch, two explosions occurred destroying the rocket and causing it to fall to the water roughly 80-90 miles off the coast of Long Beach, CA. On the evening of 26-MAY-2020, USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate of fuel and/or debris."

10092,2020-05-21,F/V ARIANA MARIE,"Newport County, RI, USA",41.35288889,-71.41572222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 21, 2020, A F/V carrying approximately 362 gallons of diesel fuel, 2-five gallon containers of gasoline, and a small amount of hydraulic fuel. The vessel caught fire at 1101 and burned until it sank at 1258 EDT on 21 May 2020 in 105 feet of water. NOAA SSC contacted for support on potential fates of the oil."

10090,2020-05-20,Gray whale carcass,"Santa Cruz, CA",36.9587670416815,-122.014786843032,Other,,Whale,,,,,,,0,"In the afternoon of 20-MAY-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 30-35 foot long Gray whale carcass in the area of Santa Cruz, CA. It is expected that the carcass may be towed offshore tomorrow (21-MAY) and released around mid-day. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10091,2020-05-20,Natural Gas Line Leak Vermilion 114/129,"LA, Gulf of Mexico",28.3507987613093,-92.5839838385582,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"20 May 2020, USCG MSU Houma notified of a natural gas pipeline leak approximately 25 miles south of Louisiana coast. At approximately 1240 a fishing vessel net caught on the pipeline and caused an immediate release. USCG is working to identify the responsible party. The release is not yet secure. A 1/2-1 mile light sheen was reported heading south. NOAA providing assistance with fate/trajectory."

10088,2020-05-20,Saginaw River Flooding,"Midland, MI",43.63,-84.29,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"Significant rainfall starting Sunday, May 17, 2020, caused major flooding in the mid-Michigan area in the Saginaw River and ultimately resulted in the failures of the Edenville Dam and the Sanford Dam in Midland County. On May 20, 2020, the UISCG Sector Detroit contacted the NOAA SSC. NOAA is providing USCG with information management support and Common Operational Picture (COP) via ERMA, including relaying NWS products. An Incident layer is being developed and communications continue between ORR Spatial Data Branch and the Sector."

10089,2020-05-20,S/V FREEDOM adrift,"South of Half Moon Bay, CA",37.29822222,-122.56283333,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"Shortly before midnight on 19-MAY-2020, USCG Sector San Francisco received a call from the 30’ wooden S/V FREEDOM that she was beset by weather and adrift south of Pillar Point Harbor, CA. All persons on board were rescued without incident and no pollution threat is anticipated. The subsequent morning, the Monterey Bay & Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuaries' staff contacted the NOAA SSC for CA to request a drift estimate for the un-manned vessel to assist in potential recovery/removal by the vessel owner."

10087,2020-05-15,Whale carcass,"Carpinteria, CA",34.3940553328314,-119.526701649524,Other,,Whale,,,,,,,0,"Early afternoon on 15-MAY-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 35 foot long whale carcass on the beach at Carpinteria, CA. It is expected that the carcass may be towed offshore tomorrow (16-MAY) and released in the mid-afternoon. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10086,2020-05-13,"Tug ""Lucedale"" Mile Marker 279 Ohio River","Ashton, WV 25503, USA",38.67816667,-82.18633333,Oil,,DIESEL,,,,,,2300,0,"On May 13, 2020, USCG MSU Huntington contacted the NOAA SSC requesting support for a Tug discharging diesel fuel at MM 279 of the Ohio River (LAT 38 40.69, LONG -82 11.039). Unknown cause, unknown amount. Worst case discharge (WCD) estimate is 2300 GAL. USCG is requesting assessment of WCD travel distance and location of nearest water intake."

10085,2020-05-07,"Fishing Vessel ""Bay of Isle"" Aground, Barnegat Inlet, NJ","Barnegat Light, NJ, USA",39.7585398156103,-74.0946292877197,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,0,,,,,150,0,"USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC at 9:30am on 7 May 2020 that a 45 ft long commercial fishing vessel was hard aground on the south side jetty in Barnegat Inlet, New Jersey. Vessel has 500 gallons on board. No pollution reported at this time. USCG requested trajectory and resources at risk support."

10084,2020-05-07,"Navy Vessel Diesel Spill, York River, VA","Yorktown, VA, USA",37.25619444,-76.53505556,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,,,,,4000,0,"At 0900 on 7 May 2020, USCG Sector Virginia notified the NOAA SSC that approximately 2,000-4,000 gallons of diesel fuel has been released into the York River at Gloucester Point from a Navy vessel. USCG and VADEQ going on-scene to investigate. USCG has not made any requests for NOAA support at this time."

10083,2020-05-06,FV MACH III,"18 Rocky Point Rd, Norwalk, CT 06853, USA",41.04388889,-73.42222222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 6, 2020, the 40 ft fishing vessel, MACH III, landed hard aground about 300 yards off the southern shore of Sheffield Island (Long Island Sound) and the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge this morning. USCG contacted the NOAA SSC. The vessel is carrying approximately 150 gallons of diesel fuel. No pollution reported. Salvage plans being developed. All crew rescued."

10082,2020-05-03,Main Pass 75 Pipeline Release,"LA, USA",29.24555556,-88.98222222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 3, 2020, the USCG received a potential spill report from the NOAA/NESDIS/SATELLITE ANALYSIS BRANCH that initiated NRC #1276557. The USCG confirmed a very light grey/silver sheen via overflight. A pinhole pipeline leak was the suspected source. 04 May 2020 Crimson shut in the suspected pipeline. USCG requested an oil spill trajectory.No anticipated shoreline impacts."

10081,2020-04-30,P/C GOING COASTAL sinking,"off Carmel, CA",36.4367,-121.997,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On 30-APR-2020, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to report a 90’ Pleasure Craft GOING COASTAL that was reportedly sinking roughly four miles offshore, just south of Carmel Bay, CA. The vessel is believed to be carrying up to 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel. USCG requested a spill trajectory."

10079,2020-04-29,PAC ACRUX Diesel Spill Mississippi River,"Convent, LA, USA",30.06472222,-90.87472222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"April 29, 2020 at 05:53am USCG Sec NOLA received report of a low-sulfur diesel fuel discharge from the M/V PAC ACRUX into the Mississippi River MM164 (Convent, LA) (NRC #1276293). The vessel allided with a mooring dolphin, causing an 18-24" gash and 2-3" hole in the fuel settling tank. Approximately 264 gallons of fuel was discharged from the tank into the Mississippi River. A black and rainbow sheen was observed on the water’s surface. No shoreline or wildlife impacts reported."

10080,2020-04-29,PetroEcuador pipeline release,Ecuador,-0.108506,-77.591191,Oil,,,,1,,,,,4,"In response to an official request of the Government of Ecuador via the U.S. Department of State, the US National Response Team was activated to share their expertise for an April 7, 2020 pipeline spill into the Coca River on the border between the Napo and Sucumbíos Provinces. A sinkhole undercut the right of way three pipelines resulting in a spill of approximately 10,000 barrels of crude oil and 1245 barrels of gasoline into the Coca River. PetroEcuador has requested technical assistance to strengthen the methodologies that are currently being applied and also to improve practices for future spill responses."

10078,2020-04-26,Orphan Well Head Leak,"LA, Gulf of Mexico, USA",29.44805556,-91.60444444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Apr 24 and Apr 25 2020 NOAA NESDIS identified an anomaly south east of Marsh Island, LA (NRC Reports 1276036, 1276099, 1276102). The anomaly ranged from 2 to 14 nm in length. Apr 26 2020 USCG Houma confirmed presence of a sheen and identified the source as a pin hole leak in the riser of a well head. USCG determined the sheen to be non recoverable oil. No impact to shoreline reported. USCG plans to clamp the line on Apr 27. USCG requested a trajectory in the unlikely event of a large release of oil during operations."

10076,2020-04-21,Cape Fear River Sheen,"BLNG SPG LKS, NC 28461, USA",33.940321820016,-77.9699706612155,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On 21 April 2020 at 1200 hours, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that an oil sheen was reported to have been observed in the Cape Fear River, south of Wilmington, North Carolina. USCG has deployed resources to the area. No requests for any technical or scientific support at this time."

10075,2020-04-17,"NESDIS MPSR off San Diego, CA",Offshore CA,31.95,-118.66,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On Friday afternoon, 17-APR-2020, NOAA’s NESDIS office issued a Marine Pollution Surveillance Report (MPSR) of a possible spill 108 NM to the Southwest of San Diego, CA. The SSC was in contact with staff from USCG District 11 and Sector San Diego. Though the anomaly was not confirmed as oil, this Hotline is being opened to capture some of the questions, discussion and outcomes that ensued."

10074,2020-04-17,Tank Truck Revere,"1030 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151, USA",42.421825,-71.00455556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 17, 2020, a tank truck spilled approximately 11,000 gallons of gasoline on a traffic circle in Revere, MA. The area is within 1000 feet of a marsh system that leads to open water."

10073,2020-04-16,Grounded Powerboat off Haleiwa Harbor,"Oahu, Hawaii",21.59666667,-158.10738889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"The morning of April 16, a 21-foot powerboat ran aground near the rock jetty outside of Haleiwa boat harbor, Oahu. A USCG helicopter airlifted two people aboard to safety. The vessel has a maximum potential of 50 gallons of gasoline aboard, as well as miscellaneous lube oils and two marine batteries. An analysis of oil fate in the event of a release was requested."

10072,2020-04-16,PV Bella Vita Sinking,"Cochrane Bay, Prince William Sound, Alaska",60.664722,-148.379167,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,700,0,"On 15-Apr-2020, the 60’ P/V Bella Vita struck a submerged pinnacle rock in Cochrane Bay in Prince William Sound. The vessel captain was forced to abandon ship. The vessel sank in 800’ of water. The two passengers were rescued by a nearby good samaritan vessel. The Bella Vita has an estimated 700 gallons of diesel on board, along with a small amount of engine oil. No release or sheen has yet occurred. The Alaska DEC has requested NOAA to provide trajectory and fates analysis."

10070,2020-04-13,Tug ALBERT/Barge MARGARET Grounding,"Grosse Pointe Park, MI",42.35927,-82.9061,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3990000,0,"On the morning of April 13, 2020, the Tug ALBERT ran aground while pushing a double-hulled barge with 95,000 gallons of diesel aboard. There are no reports of pollution at this time. USCG is requesting a trajectory and resources at risk."

10071,2020-04-12,VMT Sump Release,"Valdez, AK",61.091633,-146.391867,Oil,,North Slope Crude,1,1,,,,620,0,"At 2000 hrs on 12-Apr-2020, USCG Marine Safety Unit Valdez was notified of an oily water discharge from the Valdez Marine Terminal into Port Valdez. A 180' x 50' silver sheen was observed at Berth 4. The source is a failed sump that has been secured. Phone support at this time."

10069,2020-04-10,Bryan Mound Incident,"Freeport, TX",28.92055556,-95.37777778,Oil,,Oil,,1,,,,8400,0,"On April 7, 2018, a buried pipeline discharged a reported 200 bbl oil at the Bryan Mound Strategic Petroleum Reserve site in Freeport, TX. The discharge location is in the EPA zone. The majority of the oil remains in the soil or on the ground near the discharge site, although some oil has migrated to Blue Lake, a non-navigable waterway. RP, ExxonMobile Pipeline Company is responding."

10067,2020-04-08,F/V Kathleen Grounding,"20806 President Point Rd NE, Kingston, WA 98346, USA",47.747849668365,-122.473482917994,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Sector Puget Sound notified ERD that the F/V Kathleen ~60 ft, ran hard aground on Jefferson Head (South of Kingston, WA), at approximately 0530. Three crewmembers were rescued and no injuries were reported. There are approximately 8,000 gallons of diesel onboard."

10066,2020-04-07,FV Freyja Salvage,"Unalaska Island, AK",53.98787,-166.87589,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1200,0,Process has begun for the salvage and removal of the grounded FV Freyja. The Freyja grounded on Unalaska Island in March 2019. Removal may include scuttling at sea. NOAA SSC has been requested to assist with contacts and permits.

10065,2020-04-06,Gray whale carcass,"Port of Los Angeles, CA",33.7238572697613,-118.240017009531,Other,,Dead whale,,,,,,,0,"Early afternoon on 06-APR-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 30-35’ gray whale carcass at the Port of Los Angeles, CA. It is expected that the carcass may be towed offshore early tomorrow afternoon (07-APR-2020). NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10064,2020-03-29,Sunken tug MM 14 Ohio River,"Glenwillard, PA, USA",40.55706,-80.21676,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 29 March 2020, NOAA SSC was contacted by MSU Pittsburgh regarding a report of two tugs sunk at MM 14 (RDB) on the Ohio River in vicinity of Leetsdale, PA. Unknown amount of diesel on board (estimated at 100-200 gallons). USCG determined that neither vessel was operational and thus not inspected. OSLTF has been opened and USCG assumed lead after discussion with EPA Region 5. Sheen observed downstream. USCG conducted notifications to ORSANCO and other as appropriate. Water intake reported 3 miles downstream. River is high and current (~4 MPH) has prevented any further operations. NOAA SSC assisted with fate and effect and notifications. Salvage and assessment operations planned for 31 March or as soon as river conditions permit. No further requests for assistance at this time."

10063,2020-03-28,West Seattle Bridge - Marina Fire,"1317 SW Spokane St, Seattle, WA 98134, USA",47.57,-122.35,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,On the evening of 27 MAR 2020 a marina fire broke out under the West Seattle Bridge where 8 boats were impacted. An unknown amount of oil was released into the water that has since been contained. Later on a small sheen was reported near Harbor Island thought to have come from the marina fire. The USCG has requested a resources at risk (RAR) at this time.

10062,2020-03-27,SEAPA Submarine Cable Removal,"Stikine Channel, AK",56.43701,-132.56155,Oil,,dielectric fluids,,,,,,212,0,The Southeast Alaska Power Agency (SEAPA) seeks to replace an electrical submarine power cable in the Stikine crossing between the islands of Woronkofski and Vank to maintain reliable power for the Petersburg Borough. Cable replacement will require removal of the existing oil‐filled cable and installation of a new cable. Worst case discharge would be the entire length of the cable 18000 feet with an amount of approximately 212 gallons of dielectric fluid. USCG Sector Juneau requested the NOAA SSC provide input on ESA listed species in the vicinity of the project.

10077,2020-03-23,Potential for collapse of the West Seattle Bridge,"3423 Klickitat Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98134, USA",47.5712507296836,-122.353333868086,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"The West Seattle Bridge, which serves as the primary connection between the community of West Seattle and the rest of the city, was closed on March 23, 2020 due to rapid growth in cracking along the center section of the bridge. The bridge spans the east and west channels that form the mouth of the Duwamish River at Elliott Bay, crossing over Harbor Island. A collapse of the bridge could impact activities on Harbor Island and navigation up the Duwamish river, both centers of commercial and industrial activity for the city. A unified command has been established among the USCG, Washington DOT, and City of Seattle Police and Fire Departments. No pollution is anticipated at this time."

10057,2020-03-20,M/V ALGOMA CONVEYER Grounding,"Green Bay, WI",44.60367,-87.94379,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,,0,"On the evening of March 19, 2020, M/V ALGOMA CONVEYER ran agroundapproximately 5 NM North of Fox River in Green Bay and partially blockedthe channel near the Green Bay Harbor Entrance Channel Light 14. The vesselexperienced a loss of propulsion prompting it to let go of its starboardanchor and then run aground. Approximately 600' of the vessel is aground. Noinjuries were reported and no reports of pollution. The vessel is carrying rock salt and 15,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil and diesel. USCG Sector Lake Michigan is requesting a trajectory and resources at risk."

10058,2020-03-16,M/V HON JAMES L OBERSTAR Fueling Spill,"425 Banks Ave, Superior, WI 54880, USA",46.7402,-92.0955,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,500,0,"On the morning of March 15, 2020, the M/V HON JAMES L OBERSTAR, spilled during fueling in Howards Bay (Fraser Shipyard), Superior, WI. The vessel was reported to have discharged 100-200 gallons of diesel fuel into the water. The cause was found to be a hydraulic quick closing valve that was not secured properly. The source of the discharge has been secured. OSRO was deployed and recovery operations have been completed. Notification only."

10056,2020-03-13,F/V SCOMAS grounded,"Bonita Cove, Marin County, CA",37.8241251858622,-122.508701349383,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On the evening of 13-Mar-2020, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted NOAA’s Emergency Response Division about the grounded F/V SCOMAS. The vessel went aground at Black Sands Beach (west of Point Diablo near the SF Bay entrance) the previous day. USCG is concerned that the vessel will break up in upcoming wind/wave conditions and is requesting a trajectory for a potential release of 600 gallons of diesel."

10055,2020-03-11,Gray whale carcass,"Port of Long Beach, CA",33.7317635842996,-118.222160339355,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"Mid-afternoon on 11-MAR-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 29’ gray whale carcass at the Port of Long Beach, CA. It is expected that the carcass may be towed offshore mid-day tomorrow (12-MAR-2020). NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10054,2020-03-10,Pleasure craft WILD WAVE,"Two Harbors, Santa Catalina Island, CA",33.422558807173,-118.505144119263,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On the afternoon of 10-MAR-2020, USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC about an un-manned pleasure craft WILD WAVE that was dragging anchor outside of Catalina Harbor on Santa Catalina Island, CA. It is a 65' wooden vessel (former trawler) with a potential of 400-800 gallons diesel on-board and is reportedly 30 yards offshore. Sector LA/LB requests a hypothetical ""what if"" trajectory in the event it hits the rocks and discharges in the next two hours."

10053,2020-03-09,ITV SOUTHERN STAR,"Carrsville, KY 42081, USA",37.12022,-88.42793,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 9 March 2020, USCG Sector Ohio Valley contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken towing vessel in the vicinity of MM 922 on the Ohio River near Paducah, KY. Vessel sank yesterday with aprox 9,000 gal of diesel on board. Only sheen discharge has been reported. Response options are limited due to high velocity of current (4-6 MPH). The NOAA SSC provided RAR utilizing ERMA."

10052,2020-03-04,Gray whale carcass,"Long Beach, CA",33.7300504284044,-118.220958709717,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"Late in the afternoon on 04-MAR-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 28’ gray whale carcass at Long Beach, CA. No field necropsy is anticipated, so the carcass may be towed offshore first thing in the morning (05-MAR-2020). NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10059,2020-03-02,F/V KATHY Oil Discharge Lake Superior,"Chassell, MI",46.98861111,-88.43638889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the evening of February 26, 2020 there was a report of an oil discharge from F/V KATHY on Lake Superior on the Keweenaw Peninsula. The suspected vessel was reported to have discharged approximately 3 cups of dark oil onto the ice while moored at the South Entry Bay Boat Launch. Upon investigation, it was determined the vessel was taking on water and the owner was pumping an unknown amount of water from the bilge every few days to keep it from sinking. Notification only."

10049,2020-02-27,Partially Submerged Recreational Vessel Huron Harbor Marina,"Huron, OH",41.391532,-82.554591,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 27, 2020, SSC received notification about a partially submerged white 34' recreational vessel at the Huron Harbor North Marina in Huron, Ohio. There is a light rainbow sheen around the vessel which has been contained with boom placed by the marina. No products requested."

10050,2020-02-27,Whitney Tank Battery 160 Loomis Pass Spill,"Venice, LA, USA",29.116625,-89.18091667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 27, 2020, the USCG Sector New Orleans received a report of a discharge of crude oil from a flow line at the Whitney Garden Island Bay Field Tank Battery 160 Facility, located near Loomis Pass, in the Pass A Loutre State Wildlife Management. Discharge is secure. Initial estimates are between 5 and 30bbl. USCG requested fate/trajectory and resources at risk."

10048,2020-02-24,Gray whale carcass,"Port Hueneme, CA",34.1497437230568,-119.208226203918,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"On 24-FEB-2020, NMFS Stranding Coordinator in CA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 15’ gray whale carcass at Port Hueneme, CA. No field necropsy is anticipated, so the carcass may be towed offshore late in the day. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

10061,2020-02-22,"MV MAYESEA Sinking, Sandy Hook, NJ","Area F Rd, Highlands, NJ 07732, USA",40.44444444,-73.96583333,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,,0,"At 10:00pm on 22 March, 2020, USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC that the 65 ft MV MAYESEA ran aground on Gunnison Beach, Sandy Hook, NJ. Vessel has as much as 150 gallons of diesel fuel on board. No pollution observed as of 23 March at 9:00am. Primary concern is that this area is a known piping plover nesting area."

10047,2020-02-20,Recreational vessel sunk in Anacortes Skyline Marina,"2400 Skyline Way, Anacortes, WA 98221, USA",48.4925585454651,-122.680367608555,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 20, 2020, the SEA WOLF, a 44 foot recreational vessel sank while moored at the Skyline Marina (2400 Skyline Way, Anacortes, WA 98221). Potential of up to 300 gallons of diesel aboard."

10046,2020-02-17,North Santiam River - Truck Spill,"N Santiam Hwy, Detroit, OR 97342, USA",44.697,-122.22689,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 16 FEB 2020 along the Santiam River, a single vehicle crash involving an overturned double fuel tanker occurred releasing approximately 10,000 gallons of gasoline and diesel onto the bank of the Santiam River near mile marker 63. By the end of the day fuel was seen in the river. The EPA FOSC has requested an ESA emergency consultation. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has been contacted. Consultation is ongoing."

10045,2020-02-11,Mystery Red Dyed Diesel Spill Venice Marina,"Venice, LA, USA",29.2401303,-89.3645153,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 11, 2020, the USCG was notified of a red dyed diesel mystery spill at the Venice Marina, Venice LA. An area of water less than 50x50ft between boat slips contains red dyed diesel and white foam. Quantity unknown. USCG is onsite collecting information and attempting to identify the responsible party. Three dead pelicans found on-site. NOAA SSC providing phone support. On-scene support is possible."

10044,2020-02-07,Diesel Spill - Unknown Source,"Port Orchard, WA. USA",47.5419508505704,-122.641171215218,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 07, 2020 - Washington State Department of Ecology, USCG Sector Puget Sound, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the City of Port Orchard are on-scene investigating the source of a diesel spill in Yachtfish Marina, Sinclair Inlet, Port Orchard. No impacts to fish or wildlife have been reported and NOAA support is not requested at this time. This is a notification only."

10041,2020-02-07,"Fishing Vessel Aground on Shackleford Banks, NC","Harkers Island, NC, USA",34.6521888771406,-76.6230469755828,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,10000,0,"At 0900 on 7 February, 2020, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that a commercial fishing vessel went aground on Shackleford Banks, North Carolina. Vessel has 7,000-10,000 gallons of diesel onboard. No pollution reported at this time. USCG requested trajectory."

10043,2020-02-07,Lost dredge Hose,Atlantic Ocean,29.61666667,-80.71666667,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 7, 2020, the NOAA SSC was notified of a lost 2000’ length x 36" diameter floating rubber hose that is used to attach to a dredge and pump sand through. The hose came unattached from the towing vessel M/V TRIDENT sometime on the morning of February 6, 2020, roughly 28 miles NNE of Daytona Beach, FL. ERD was requested to run a drift study on the estimated position and direction of drift of the rubber hose"

10040,2020-02-06,Gaubert Oil Diesel Spill,"ICW, Houma, LA, USA",29.598269,-90.663037,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 6, 2020, a broken valve at a fueling facility located along the Houma ICW at mm52 resulted in the discharge of several hundred gallons of red dye diesel into the ICW. Local winds pushed the diesel against the bank and into a boat slip. Boom applied and cleanup in progress."

10042,2020-02-06,Small plane crash,"Arcata Bay, Eureka, CA",40.8242019984899,-124.142160415649,Oil,,Aviation fuel,,,,,,195,0,"On February 6, 2020, a small plane crashed into Arcata Bay near Eureka, CA. The pilot was rescued with no injuries. 195 gallons of aviation fuel were reported to be on board, but no release was observed until later that afternoon. Containment boom has been deployed, but wing tanks are difficult to access for pollutant removal. USCG MSD Humboldt Bay contacted their NOAA SSC with an initial report and to request information regarding potential fuel exposure to nearby shellfish aquaculture site, roughly 0.5 NM away. Subsequently, ERD has been providing oil fate/transport/mixing information to the state authorities responsible for fishery closures during oil spills."

10060,2020-02-04,Sunken Deck Barge - Perrin Excavating and Harbor Hawk,"West Olive, MI",42.80752,-86.211152,Other,Marine Debris,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of February 1, 2020, a concerned citizen reported a sunken deck barge to the NOAA Marine Debris Division (MDD). The barge sank on December 6 and is completely under water, except for two steel poles extending 6 feet from the deck of the barge. It is reported to be in shallow water about 150 feet off the shoreline. SSC notified USCG about the barge."

10036,2020-02-03,GARROW BEND Sunken Tug,"Mobile River, AL",30.655199,-88.0429989,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 3, 2020, the USCG Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of tug sunk near the Barry Steam Plant in the Mobile River. An estimated 50-80 gallons of diesel and small amounts of oil/lube was discharged. The release is contained and OSRO onscene.Notification only. No further action anticipated. Salvage efforts underway."

10037,2020-02-03,"Grounded Vessel, Hilo, Hawaii","Hilo, HI",19.74280556,-155.08875,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the evening of February 3, 2020, a 70’ motorsailer ran aground on rocks north west of Hilo Harbor on the Big Island of Hawaii. USCG Sector Honolulu requested a trajectory in the event the vessel discharges its contents of 1200 - 1800 gallons of diesel. USCG is planning to take action at first light tomorrow morning."

10038,2020-02-03,Mystery Oil Slick Viosca Knoll Block 989,Gulf of Mexico,28.935,-88.635,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,03 Feb 2020 USCG Sec NOLA requested assistance from NOAA NESDIS regarding an offshore mystery oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico Viosca Knoll Block 989 (NRC 1270287). 04 Feb 2020 two additional mystery oil slicks were reported in the vicinity (NRC 1270338 & 1270346). USCG requested a trajectory to determine potential shoreline impact and an assessment of the potential relationship between the three slicks.

10035,2020-02-01,"Tabbs Bay Discharge, Baytown, TX","Baytown, TX 77520, USA",29.7090345,-94.9843738,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,1050,0,"On February 1, 2020, the USCG Sector Houston was notified of 10 - 15 bbl of dark crude oil discharging into Tabbs Bay, located northeast of Texas Ship Channel. The source was reported to be a well head pipeline but the reason for the discharge is currently unknown. USCG called NOAA requesting trajectory. The source is reportedly secured."

10039,2020-01-30,Mystery Sheen Mississippi River mm93,"New Orleans, LA, USA",29.95,-90.01972222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"In January 30, 2020, the USCG Sector NOLA received NRC report 1270027 regarding a 1 mile rainbow sheen at Mississippi River mm93 (just down river of downtown New Orleans). USCG identified dark product pooled along the LDB at mm94. No source idendified. USCG contracted OSRO to conduct clean up. No observed impacts to wildlife. No requests for NOAA assistance at this time."

10034,2020-01-27,Buoy Adrift and Lost: Long Island Sound,"Southold, NY, USA",41.22944444,-72.06638889,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 27, 2020, the US Coast Guard Sector Long Island Sound contacted the NOAA SSC for assistance in locating a navigational buoy that parted its anchor chain and drifted away sometime before 24 January 2020. Both NOAA ORR/ERD and the NOAA Navigation Manager are involved."

10033,2020-01-26,Diesel and sulfuric acid discharge in Mississippi River MM 123,"Destrehan, LA",29.95365,-90.393498,Chemical,,Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,,0,"On January 26, 2020, the NOAA Regional Response Officer (RRO) received notification from the USCG IMD Sector New Orleans about a vessel sinking at MM 123 and actively discharging diesel into Mississippi River. One of its barge is also actively discharging sulfuric acid into the river. The NOAA RRO is working with the ERD Chemistry and Oceanography Team"

10032,2020-01-24,50 gal diesel spill Old Fort Bayou NRC 1269451,"Ocean Springs, MS",30.419132,-88.827474,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At 1300 on 24 JAN 2020, USCG Sector Mobile notified SSC of an approximate 50 gallon spill of diesel into the Old Fort Bayou marsh off Highway 609 in Ocean Springs, MS. Discharge was suspected to be from a commercial vessel located near by. USCG collected samples for fingerprinting and hired an OSRO to conduct cleanup. No further support requested."

10031,2020-01-19,Possible sheen report,"Sea Ranch, CA",38.7,-123.433,Oil,,Petroleum,,,,,,,0,"On January 19, 2020, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a pilot report of a possible sheen off northern CA coast, roughly 29 miles upcoast from Bodega Bay, CA. USCG requested trajectory support."

10030,2020-01-16,LifeMed Airplane Crash,"Unalaska, AK",53.90944,-166.55638,Oil,,Jet A fuel,0,,,,,170,0,"On January 16, 2020, the USCG MSD Dutch Harbor reported than a LifeMed airplane crashed into the water off the north end of the Dutch Harbor runway into Unalaska Bay. All souls were rescued The fuselage has sunk and is actively sheening. Potential of 500 gallons of Av Gas onboard. USCG has requested a trajectory and fates analysis."

10029,2020-01-14,FV Pappy's Pride,"Galveston, TX, USA",29.3371925669962,-94.6828599495348,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,14000,1,"On January 14, 2020, the 81-foot fishing vessel Pappy's Pride capsized after a collision with the 600-foot chemical tanker Bow Fortune near the Galveston jetties in Galveston, Texas. Two fishermen were rescued. The search for the remaining two fishermen is ongoing. Potential 14,000 gallons red-dyed diesel, tanks compromised at time of impact. USCG requested trajectory and resources at risk. The cause of the collision is under investigation."

10028,2020-01-01,FV Scandies Rose sinking,"Sutwik Island, Alaska",56.49172,-157.0178,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,120000,0,"On January 1, 2020, the USCG MSD Kodiak received notification of the FV Scandies Rose sinking due to high winds and heavy seas. It is unknown if there is a discharge at this time. Potential fuels on board include 120,000 gallons of diesel, 1200 gallons of lube oils, and 650 gallons of other oils. USCG is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis for a potential release."

10027,2019-12-20,Port of Coos Bay Ammonia Release,"63534 Kingfisher Rd, Coos Bay, OR",43.3459859353895,-124.324699044664,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 20, 2019, the USCG Station Coos Bay, Oregon, called the NOAA Emergency Response Division to request an air plume model for a potential ammonia release. A seafood processing facility at the Port is on fire and there is concern about a 300 lb ammonia cylinder. Status of the tank is unknown. Area being evacuated. Hazmat team en route."

10026,2019-12-18,F/V MANDY JANE sunk,"off San Francisco, CA",37.74,-122.72,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1000,1,"On December 19, 2019, the 52' F/V MANDY JANE was the subject of a search & rescue operation and sank about 12 NM WSW of the Golden Gate Bridge (37° 44.35N, 122° 43.08 W). USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the NOAA SSC to request oil fate & trajectory support."

10025,2019-12-17,Sea View Harbor Vessel Fire,"Mystic Islands, NJ 08087, USA",39.5536124419003,-74.4246826507151,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,,,,,2000,0,"On December 17, 2019, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC about a fire that took place on 16 December 2019 at the Seaview Harbor Marine, Great Egg Harbor, NJ. Two vessels caught fire which resulted in the release of approximately 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel."

10022,2019-12-15,M/V Levant - Pier Allision,"Ferndale, WA",48.8515219036398,-122.591328620911,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 15, 2019, NOAA ERD was notified of an allision between a 741-foot LPG carrier and a pier in Ferndale, WA. The allision occurred at 0445 PST and the damaged vessel was carrying a reported 33,000 tons of propane/butane. The water surrounding the vessel is reported to be free of sheen and NOAA support is not requested at this time (notification only)."

10023,2019-12-15,M/V TECUMSEH Engine Room Fire,"Windsor, ON, Canada",42.2772,-83.1011,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,42000,0,"On the evening of December 15, 2019, M/V TECUMSEH was reported to be on fire in the vicinity of Zug Island on the Canadian side of the border. The vessel has 42,000 gallons of diesel on board. USCG is requesting a trajectory."

10024,2019-12-14,"Whitney Oil & Gas Tank Battery 49, Garden Island Bay","Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.07554167,-89.16472222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 14, 2019, at approximately 0733 hrs, Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC#1266407 reporting of approximately 23-25 bbls of crude oil discharged from a broken reducer on the discharge side of a pump, which serviced a 2" flowline between the Dry Oil Tank and storage barge at the Tank Battery 49 facility, located in Garden Island Bay in Plaquemines Parish. SSC Notified"

10021,2019-12-10,Barge Ironmaster Tug Anglian Lady Aground,"ON, Canada",42.51585,-82.68455,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of December 8, 2019, Barge Ironmaster and Tug Anglian Lady ran aground near the border in Lake St. Clair. 3,500L of diesel on board. No spill observed. CANUSLAK Notification/Activation at 1800 10 Dec."

10020,2019-12-09,Finley BNSF Diesel Spill Hover Park,"Kennewick, WA",46.1235,-118.9908,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"December 09, 2019 - Washington State Department of Ecology notified NOAA ERD of an approximately 500 gallon diesel release from a rail car over 11 miles of track near the Columbia River. EPA is the federal response agency."

10019,2019-12-09,F/V SEA ANGELS Grounding,Browns Inlet NC,34.5934993700279,-77.2312316880561,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,18000,2,"At 10:45 am on 9 Dec. 2019, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that the 100 foot long, F/V SEA ANGELS, was hard aground in Brown's Inlet, Onslow, County (near Swansboro), NC. Vessel is listing and taking waves over its side. Vessel has 15,000 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No reports of any pollution or sheen reported at this time. USCG requested a NOAA GNOME trajectory."

10017,2019-12-04,Lake Pelto Equipment Failure,"Chauvin, LA 70344, USA",29.05986944,-90.72756111,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,630,0,"On December 4, 2019, the USCG received a report of a pipeline spill due to equipment failure in Lake Pelto. USCG pollution responders are on site assessing the situation. NRC# 1265477."

10018,2019-12-02,Bayou Bouillion Vessel Discharge,"Parish Governing Authority District 5, LA, USA",30.26916667,-91.61416667,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On December 2, 2019, the USCG received a report of an unknown amount of Louisiana sweet crude discharge from a hole on a permanently moored barge in the Atchafalaya river. SSC notified. NRC# 1265267"

10015,2019-12-02,Pleasure Craft MARCHELLE aground,"West side of Catalina Island, CA",33.419,-118.488,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On the morning of 30-NOV-2019, the 33ft Pleasure Craft MARCHELLE ran aground on the west side of Catalina Island (near Two Harbors) with a maximum potential of 800 Gallons of diesel on board. At the time, a 1/4 mile sheen was observed leading to the west at high tide. On the morning of 02-DEC-2019, USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted the NOAA SSC to request a worst case (800 gallon) trajectory estimate in the event a release occurs during salvage operations scheduled for 1300 hrs on 02-DEC-2019."

10016,2019-11-27,"Grounded vessel, Kauai, HI","Fuji Beach, Kauai, HI",22.06333333,-159.318,Oil,,gasoline,,,,,,70,0,"On the morning of November 26, USCG Sector Honolulu was notified of a 20-foot rigid hull inflatable boat beached and soft aground on Fuji Beach, Kauai, HI, on the shoreline adjacent to the World Mark Hotel Kapa’a Shore. The vessel was overturned and discharging gasoline at a steady drip through the tank fuel cap. The tank appeared to be intact and the discharge was initially being captured. By the morning of November 27, the vessel had re-righted itself in the overnight tide and surf and was grounded further up on the beach. There was no longer any sign of discharge. USCG requested an assessment of trajectory and persistence of potential discharge of the gasoline on board, assuming a worst-case of 70 gallons based on tank capacity. Verbal support was provided. By the early afternoon of November 27, the vessel had been pulled out of the water and the owner had craned it onto a trailer. No release of gasoline was reported."

10014,2019-11-27,TPC Port Neches Explosion,"Nederland, Texas",29.97694444,-93.94722222,Chemical,,butadiene,,,,,,,1,"On November 27, 2019, a tank at the TPC facility in Port Neches, TX exploded. Current reports indicate the tank contained butadiene. Facility caught fire. MSU Port Arthur contacted NOAA SSC to request air plume model. NOAA SSC has coordinated with NWS Lake Charles, and provided Hysplit model to MSU Port Arthur, along with chemical information for butadiene."

10013,2019-11-22,Kitoi Bay Hatchery Release,"Afognak Island, AK",58.19083,-152.37027,Oil,,diesel,1,1,,,,1200,0,"On 22-Nov-2019, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) reported a diesel fuel release at the Kitoi Bay Fish Hatchery in kodiak. The fuel leak was detected on 20-Nov during a fuel transfer to an underground storage tank. The release is estimated to be from 200 to 1000 gallons. MSD Kodiak is leading the case for the USCG."

10011,2019-11-17,"Tugboat Miss Bonnie Allision, Oregon Inlet, NC","Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, Oregon Inlet, NC",35.7728118819951,-75.5348510574549,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,500,0,"On 17 November, 2019, the USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that they were responding to the allision of the tugboat, Miss Bonnie with the Old Bonner Bridge in Oregon Inlet. The incident occurred around noontime today. The tugboat has an estimated 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board."

10012,2019-11-16,Crowley Barge 650-2 Crude Oil Spill,"Anacortes, WA",48.5045355433394,-122.574863419868,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"Saturday, November 16, 2019 3:14 AM - An estimated 20 gallons of Alaska North Slope Crude was spilled onto the deck of a barge during transfer operations in North Puget Sound, Washington. It was estimated that 5 gallons entered the water. On Sunday morning, Washington State's Department of Ecology gave final approval of the cleanup. Investigation into root cause is ongoing."

10009,2019-11-14,OSV BOTRUC 22 spill,"off Sabine Pass, TX",29.675,-93.835,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,700,1,"ON November 14, 2019, the USCG Marine Safety Detachment Port Arthur received a report of a tug & barge colliding with the Offshore Vessel BOTRUC 22 outside of Sabine Pass, TX. No spill was reported from the tug & barge, but the OSV reportedly spilled 700 gallons diesel from a tank with the maximum capacity of 6,000 gallons. USCG requested oil fate & general direction information."

10008,2019-11-13,Recreational vessel TUSSLER sunk,"off La Jolla, CA",32.8667,-117.6208,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On November 13, 2019, the 66’ recreational vessel TUSSLER sank at roughly 17.5 NM due west of La Jolla, CA. The vessel was reportedly carrying 800 gallons diesel fuel and no sheen/slick was observed when she went down. USCG Sector San Diego contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support in the event the vessel leaks."

10007,2019-11-12,Onyx Grounding,"Strait Island, AK",56.39667,-133.71667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"On November 9, 2019, at approximately 1730, the 33-foot, wooden-hulled vessel ONYX ran aground on Strait Island on SE Alaska. The vessel owner stated that he heard a pop and then ran the vessel aground to keep from sinking. CG helo rescued him from the rocks. The Onyx had approximately 100 gallons of Diesel 1 gallon of hydraulic oil 02 batteries and 03 gallons of lube oil. The USCG is requesting a trajectory and fates analysis and weather conditions for the vicinity."

10010,2019-11-11,TPIC Bayou Perot ISB 2019,"Delta Farms, Barataria, LA",29.642638,-90.18337,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 9, 2019, the Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) discovered a flowline Delta Farm #96 Well developed a leak and released oil into a floating marsh. Less than 1 acre of marsh has been impacted. The current estimate of discharged oil is less than 10bbs."

10006,2019-11-10,F/V Miss Haley sunk,off Northern CA,38.45,-123.6,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3500,0,"On November 10, 2019, the USCG Sector San Francisco notified the NOAA SSC that the F/V Miss Haley broke up and sank roughly 14 NM from shore and 28 NM WNW of Bodega Head. The max potential fuel volume on board is believed to be 17,000 gallons diesel. USCG Sector San Francisco requested oil fate & transport information due it’s location within a National Marine Sanctuary."

10005,2019-11-07,Calcasieu Ship Channel Discharge,"Lake Charles, LA",30.13166667,-93.32055556,Oil,,Sweet Louisiana Crude,,,,,,1400,0,"On November 7, 2019, MSU Lake Charles contacted NOAA SSC to request a trajectory and resources at risk analysis for a discharge of Louisiana Sweet Crude discharged from a pipeline. Discharge began approximately 2300 on November 5, 2019. Source is secure. Total discharge volume unknown at time of request."

10004,2019-11-06,"HFO Spill, Honolulu Harbor, HI","Honolulu Harbor near Piers 19 and 20, Honolulu, HI 96817, USA",21.3084755302008,-157.867969572544,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,1,1,,,,84,1,"On November 6, 2019, the USCG Sector Honolulu received notification a spill of 15 barrels of Heavy Fuel Oil in the vicinity of Piers 19 and 20 in Honolulu Harbor. The amount released was subsequently adjusted down to 2 barrels. The release was to be contained within boom. Trajectory support was requested."

10003,2019-11-01,F/V FT Pierce Lady,Atlantic Ocean,25.30027778,-79.6525,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 1, 2019, the USCG Sector Miami notified the SSC that the 65 foot wooden fishing vessel Ft Pierce Lady sank 35 miles east of Elliott Key with 1200 gallons of diesel, 22 gallons of gasoline, and 40 gallons of paint onboard. USCG requested a spill trajectory for the incident."

9998,2019-10-27,Calpine Corp: Propylene Glycol,"9 Bridge St, Weymouth, MA, USA",42.2425,-70.9656,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 27, 2019, the Calpine Corp. in Weymouth, Ma reported to the USCG that it accidentally released 500-1000 gallons of propylene glycol into into storm drains on the property that eventually lead to the Fore River and into the Boston outer harbor. Sector Boston contacted the NOAA SSC for information on the fate and toxicity of the product."

10001,2019-10-27,"James River, Virginia Diesel Oil Spill","Hampton, VA, USA",36.9803224921012,-76.3436279352754,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,1,,,,,0,"On Sunday, 27 October, 2019, both USCG Sector HamptonRoads and Virginia DEQ notified the NOAA SSC about an oil spill in the vicinity of Outlook Beach, located near the mouth of the James River. Both source and volume spilled are unknown. The product appears to be diesel fuel."

10000,2019-10-27,TPIC Breton Sound 37 Facility Spill,"LA, USA",29.51733333,-89.12563889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 27, 2019, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of an 8 mile mystery sheen in Breton Sound in the vicinity of the Chandeleur Islands. Later confirmed that source of sheen was a damaged TPIC wellhead 37. USFW is engaged and providing remote support. NOAA provided initial trajectory and will continue support."

9999,2019-10-27,Whitney Oil & Gas TB49 Spill,"Venice, LA, USA",29.07519444,-89.16461111,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On October 27, 2019, the USCG was notified of a discharge of crude oil from Whitney Oil & Gas Tank Battery 49 into the Pass A Loutre Wildlife Management Area."

9997,2019-10-24,"Grounded Sailboat, Maui, Hawaii","Lahaina, HI , USA",20.8074715768065,-156.622123718262,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,150,0,"On 10/24/2019, the USCG Sector Honolulu has notified the NOAA SSC that a 35 foot sailing vessel ran aground about 1 mile North of Olowalu Maui and is on the beach/rocks. There are approximately 150 gallons of diesel on board. They report a small discharge of either diesel or lube oil. USCG is concerned that incoming surf may cause the vessel to break up if not removed before tonight. They are en route to pump the fuel off the vessel. A trajectory and oil persistence report were requested."

9996,2019-10-22,LPG Tanker EPIC BALTA Fire,"Venice, LA, USA",29.20866667,-89.28016667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 22, 2019, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of LPG Tanker MV EPIC BALTA on fire at Pilottown, LA near Pass a Loutre State Wildlife Management Area. USCG requesting fate and trajectory"

9994,2019-10-21,FMT 3114 Barge MM 480 Mississippi River,"Transylvania, LA , USA",32.73293,-91.1009,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On October 20, 2019, the USCG MSD Vicksburg (Sector Lower MS River) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a barge collision on the MS River near mile marker (MM) 480 (about 3 miles south of Lake Providence, Louisiana). The volume of release reported at 40 barrels. The release is reportedly secured with a patch."

9995,2019-10-21,FV Furious Sea and FV Coral Sea,"Ferndale, WA",48.7898569447478,-122.703964232351,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Monday, October 21, 2019 at 1500 PDT - NOAA ERD was notified of a 55-foot fishing vessel that sank near Sandy Point Marina, Ferndale, Washington. The fuel tanks are reported to be empty and only a small sheen is observed above the sunken vessel. The Coast Guard has federalized the response. This is a notification only - no products are requested at this time."

9993,2019-10-20,TPIC Romere Pass Well 21 Spill,"Venice, LA, USA",29.275278,-89.243056,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 19, 2019, crude oil spilled from a flow line into a Buras Bayou within Delta National Wildlife Refuge at Well 21. The well has been shut-in. TPIC reported a 20 ft by 5 ft sheen. Absorbent and containment boom applied. USCG requested Resources at Risk."

9992,2019-10-16,"Silver sheen, Breton Sound Block 27a",LA USA,29.46638889,-89.40916667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 16, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) was notified of a sheen observed by an overflight on 15OCT19 at 1504 CST, originating from a well head in Breton Sound."

9991,2019-10-15,Hilcorp Energy Berrwood E-5 Facility Spill,Gulf of Mexico,28.98435,-89.360367,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 15, 2019, Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received a report of a discharge of crude oil from a flare associated with the Berrwood E-5 facility, owned/operated by Hilcorp Energy, located in Southwest Pass MM 13 (E5 Canal). The incident occurred due to an unknown cause."

9990,2019-10-14,Sunken Fishing Vessel AMAK,"Garibaldi, OR",45.5558909394839,-123.912408829783,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Monday, October 14, 2019 at 1044 - USCG Sector Columbia River notified NOAA ERD of a 65-foot commercial fishing vessel carrying a maximum of 1000 gallons of diesel has sunk in the port of Garibaldi, Oregon. Cleanup is underway and Resources at Risk have been requested."

9988,2019-10-11,"Grounded Rec Vessel, San Bernard, TX","Brazoria County, TX, USA",28.85083333,-95.44444444,Oil,,'Diesel,,,,,,150,0,"On October 11, 2019, MSU Texas City contacted NOAA SSC about a cabin cruiser, Cheap Wine, grounded on an offshore sandbar near the mouth of the San Bernard River. Vessel reported to be carrying 150 gallons of diesel. Vessel had not discharged at the time of the call. Advice on fate and effects of diesel requested and provided."

9989,2019-10-11,"Sunken Rec Vessel, San Bernard, TX",Gulf of Mexico,28.90933333,-95.17855556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 10, 2019, late in the evening, the sailing vessel Quickxotic sank approximately 2 nautical miles offshore of the mouth of the San Bernard River, with 150 gallons of diesel on board. There has been no evidence of a discharge. Vessel is in the same general area as a grounded rec vessel also reported this morning. Phone support provided."

9987,2019-10-10,Corpus Christi Inner Harbor Mystery Spill,"Corpus Christi, TX",27.81888889,-97.44638889,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,7476,0,"On October 10, 2019 Sector Corpus Christi notified NOAA SSC about an ongoing incident in the Corpus Christi Inner Harbor. Sector Corpus initially responded to a mystery discharge on September 25, 2019. Discharge continued, and appears to be from saturated soils around a buried pipeline. A pinhole leak was discovered in the pipeline and has been patched."

9984,2019-10-07,M/V RT. HON. PAUL J. MARTIN Aground,"Edwardsburgh/Cardinal, Canada",44.7721,-75.39904,Oil,Grounding,HFO,,,,,,64000,0,"On the morning of October 7th, 2019, USCG Sector Buffalo notified SSC that the M/V RT. HON. PAUL J. MARTIN ran aground in the Saint Lawrence Seaway approximately 12NM North of Ogdensburg, NY near Galop Island. The vessel is taking on water at a negligible rate in the forepeak. Fuel tanks have been sounded and the crew is monitoring the ballast tanks. No pollution is present."

9986,2019-10-07,"Mystery Spill, Brazil",Multiple coastal States,-12.2827564262508,-37.4062478542328,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Brazilian officials are investigating wide-spread tar balls affecting dozens of beaches along the country's north-eastern coast. The oil was first detected on September 2, 2019, and oil has now been detected in at least 105 locations spanning eight states and almost 1000 miles of shoreline. This hotline has been opened to capture information about the incident."

9983,2019-10-07,TPIC Platform Pipeline Release Block 69,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.202093,-89.043129,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 07OCT19 USCG Sector New Orleans IMD received a report at ~0855 of 1 - 3 bbl crude oil released into a marsh area in the Gulf of Mexico. The cause of the release was due to a seal on a pipeline located in a platform. Fate, trajectory, and resources at risk has been requested ."

9985,2019-10-05,Phillips 66 Refinery Spill,"Belle Chasse , LA 70036, USA",29.71766667,-90.17,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"02 Oct 2019 USCG received notification of a crude oil spill at the Phillip 66 Refinery in Belle Chasse, LA. NOAA SSC assisting with coordination and assessment."

9982,2019-10-04,Sunken Vessel - P/C King's Way,"West Bay Marina, Olympia, WA",47.066380283214,-122.915167808533,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"October 4, 2019 at 1035 PDT - NOAA ERD was notified of the sinking of a 90-foot power vessel at its slip in West Bay Marina, Olympia, Washington. The vessel has an estimated 1,200 gallons of diesel onboard and is actively releasing fuel."

9980,2019-10-02,Gray Whale Carcass Movement,"Cook Inlet, AK",59.75493,-152.2479,Other,,,,,,,,,0,NMFS is requesting a trajectory analysis for a gray whale carcass observed in Cook Inlet on June 17 to see if it may or may not be the same gray whale carcass observed on June 27 and then on July 11. The size and state of decomp make this a possibility. Trajectory analysis may confirm.

9979,2019-10-01,OSK Dock Collapse,"Nikiski, AK",60.741578,-151.309911,Oil,,diesel,0,0,,,,300,0,"On 1-Oct-2019, USCG reported that the OSK Dock at Nikiski collapsed in heavy weather, rupturing a fuel pipeline and causing a release of diesel. Estimated release is 300 gallons of diesel."

9977,2019-10-01,"Sunken Dredge Tender, Calcasieu Channel",Louisiana,29.86011111,-93.34527778,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,100,0,"On October 1, 2019, a tender sank in Calcasieu Channel, carrying an estimated 100 gallons of diesel and 30 gallons of engine oil. MSU Lake Charles contacted NOAA SSC for advice on where to look for oil at first light. Sheen visible near vessel. Extent of discharge unknown. Advice on recommended search area provided."

9978,2019-10-01,Sunken Towing Vessel ITV ROY H.,"Morris, IL",41.385,-88.3243,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On the morning of September 30, 2019, the towing vessel ITV ROY H. sank with 3000 gallons of diesel on board. The fuel tanks were plugged and valves shut off. USCG and Salvage contractors on-scene."

9976,2019-09-30,Capsized Vessel near Duluth Harbor,"Duluth, MN",46.71611111,-92.02277778,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,30,0,"On September 30, 2019 a vessel capsized and sank near Duluth in rough weather. The vessel was carrying 30 gallons of gasoline and two 12V batteries on-board."

9975,2019-09-28,Vessel Lucky Nguyen allision with well head,"LA, USA",29.04166667,-89.40833333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 28, 2019, the USCG was notified that vessel Lucky Nguyen allided with a plugged and abandoned well west of Southwest Pass. USCG planning salvage operations. Small quantity of diesel discharged from fishing vessel. Diesel contained within boom. SSC providing site conditions, including weather forecast."

9973,2019-09-25,Mystery Release Port Fourchon,"Golden Meadow, LA, USA",29.1149,-90.199,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"25 Sept 2017, USCG MSU Houma received notification of a mystery product in a drainage ditch adjacent to Bayou Lafourche, Port Fourchon, LA. A black product with a very strong odor impacted less than 1 mile of the drainage ditch. The product is contained by earthen dam. A responsible party has not yet been identified. USCG hired a contractor to conduct the clean up. USCG has requested assistance from NOAA to characterize the mystery product , determine toxicity of the product and recommend cleanup activities. SSC will provide on-scene support."

9972,2019-09-23,Sunken F/V Chocolate Bayou,"Chocolate Bayou TX 77577, USA",29.25305556,-95.23494444,Oil,,"engine oil, diesel, hydraulic fluid",,,,,,400,0,"On September 23, 2019, the USCG Marine Safety Unit (MSU) Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC about a sunken fishing vessel in Chocolate Bayou. Vessel is carrying 300-400 gallons of engine oil, 50-75 gallons of diesel, and 30 gallons on hydraulic fluid. No tank discharge has occurred, vessel is sheening. MSU Texas City has engaged an OSRO to remove pollution and requested input on environmental sensitivities."

9971,2019-09-20,San Jacinto River Fleet Incident,"Channelview, TX",29.79277778,-95.06166667,Oil,,"naptha, monoetheylene glycol, lube oil",,,,,,420000,4,"On September 20, 2019, the USCG Sector Houston notified the Texas SSC that at least 5 barges broke this morning due to flooding conditions. There is no reported pollution at this time. Responders are engaged but the situation is difficult due to high water. A partial list of products on the barges include 1 barge with 10,000 bbls of naptha, 1 barge with 10,000 bbls of lube oil, 1 barge with 17,000 bbls of monoethylgycol, and 2 barges each with 10,000 bbls of soybean oil. USCG has requested trajectories for the lube oil and naptha cargoes."

9970,2019-09-19,M/V BRANDON G. BUCHANAN,Mississippi River Mile Marker 387,31.85611,-91.2971,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2019, the USCG Sector Lower MS River notified the NOAA SSC of a sunken barge carrying 3,200 tons of Urea Ammonium Nitrate (UAN) located at mile marker 387 on the MS River. SSC provide initial fate and behavior analysis."

9969,2019-09-18,Right Whale Hindcast,"Babylon, NY, USA",40.60783889,-73.29096944,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On Sept 16, 2019 a dead Atlantic Right Whale (highly endangered) was observed. The NMFS Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office (GARFO) requested a hindcast of the carcass from the NOAA SSC and NOAA ERD."

9968,2019-09-17,"Longliner Miss Emma on fire off Oahu, HI","Oahu, Hawaii",21.21333333,-157.90166667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1700,4,"On September 17, 2019, the USCG Sector Honolulu reports that a 41-foot longliner was on fire approximately 6 miles south of Oahu, Hawaii. Initial reports were that the vessel had 3000 gallons of diesel aboard, but that volume has been adjusted down to about 1700 gallons. A trajectory analysis was requested in the event of a release. Based on current and forecast weather conditions, no oil would be expected to reach the shoreline."

9966,2019-09-11,Mystery Sheen Mississippi River mm96 Downtown NOLA,"LA, USA",29.95388889,-90.06166667,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On September 11, 2019, the USCG received a report of an unknown dark product around the paddle boat NATCHEZ IVO mile marker 96 in the Mississippi River. A Coast Guard overflight confirmed the dark product and sheen moving downstream along the left descending bank for approximately ¼ mile. USCG was unable to identify a responsible party and accessed the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund to hire an OSRO. Boom was placed around the impacted area. SSC and RRO will be onsite Sept 11 to assist."

9965,2019-09-10,MV Alice C,"Winthrop, MA",42.1689157334943,-70.4421398221471,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 10 Sept. 2019 the 50 foot MV ALICE-C, a ""live aboard"" vessel at the Atlantis Marina in Winthrop, MA sank at it's slip. The vessel was carrying approximately 300-400 gallons of gasoline and 100 gallons of diesel or home heating oil (used to the heat the living space). USCG Sector Boston contacted the NOAA SSC due to the proximity of coastal marsh lands."

9964,2019-09-08,MV Kristin Faye,Gulf of Mexico,29.30166111,-89.05499722,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 8, 2019, the USCG received a report that Lift Boat M/V KRISTIN FAYE was partially submerged due to a punch through of the ocean floor with the lift boats port leg in Main Pass Block 64. 700 gallons of diesel and 200 gallons of hydraulic oil onboard with a reported 55 gallons of diesel discharged into the waterway resulting in. 3 mile sheen at time of report."

9963,2019-09-08,MV Savage Voyager,"99 Lock and Dam Rd, Dennis, MS 38838, USA",34.52136,-88.323718,Oil,,diluted bitumen (Cold Lake Blend),1,1,,,,281400,0,"On September 8, 2019, the USCG Nashville MSD contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a release of crude oil blend from a barge at mile marker 411 within the Bay Springs Lock and Dam on the Tombigbee River near New Site, MS. All oil is believed to be contained within the lock. Barge sustained damage to the #1 cargo tank and is estimated to have released all 6,700 bbls (281,484 gallons)."

9962,2019-09-08,St. Simons Sound Incident,"Brunswick, GA 31323, USA",31.13,-81.41333333,Oil,,,,,,,,,18,"On September 8, 2019, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC to report a RORO vessel, the Golden Ray had capsized off Brunswick, Georgia. The vessel was on fire. USCG was conducting rescue operations. NOAA will provide an initial trajectory analysis and Resources at Risk report. The NWS is providing spot forecasts for the incident."

9961,2019-09-04,DOW Chemical Benzene Release Mississippi River,"Hahnville, LA 70057, USA",29.993,-90.44116667,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On Sept 4 2019, USCG was notified of a benzene release into the Mississippi River at mm 127 from the DOW Chemical facility in Hahnville, LA. DOW reported that the release exceeded the reportable quantity (10 lbs). Cause of the release is unknown."

9960,2019-08-29,Hurricane Dorian,United States,28.1495032115446,-80.33203125,Other,,,,,,,,,0,NOAA Office of Response and Restoration Emergency Response Division initiated this Response Link Hotline 29 August 2019 to begin cataloging NOAA OR&R response activities associated with Hurricane Dorian.

9959,2019-08-27,Aground/Sunken Vessel T/V Rawhide,"Northport, MI",45.12866,-85.60978,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of August 27, 2019 at 7:48 a.m., the Coast Guard received a report of the towing vessel Rawhide, sunk in Northport Bay. Local first responders reported an oil sheen near the vessel. Salvage operations have begun."

9957,2019-08-25,"Pleasure craft ""The Lady"" sunk","Huntington Beach, CA",33.7283,-118.0745,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,600,0,"On 25-AUG-2019, USCG Sector Los Angeles/Long Beach contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the 61' wooden pleasure craft ""The Lady"" that sank at the dock in Huntington Beach at 1530 hrs. The vessel had a max capacity of 600 gallons diesel on-board and rainbow sheen and a heavy slick were observed between the vessel and the dock. Reportedly, the vessel was still ""bubbling up"" a few hours later. USCG requested trajectory support for their upcoming response and investigations."

9956,2019-08-16,ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor,"Cook County, IL, USA",42.01666667,-87.25,Chemical,,Cyanide,,,,,,,0,"The USCG Sector Chicago was notified of an on-going release of ""free cyanide"" from the ArcelorMittal facility in Gary, Indiana from their holding lagoon to the Little Calumet River. Sector contacted NOAA for support information on 16 Aug 2019."

9955,2019-08-15,Time Energy Cox Bay Crude Spill and In-situ Burn,"LA, USA",29.47583333,-89.63527778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 15, 2019, the USCG was notified of a crude oil spill from a Time Energy flow line in Cox Bay. A reported 20 bbl have impacted approx 200 x 600ft of marsh. Source is secured and the USCG requested evaluation of potential to conduct an in-situ burn."

9954,2019-08-13,"Disabled pleasure craft, Lanai, Hawaii","Maui County, HI, USA",20.9425,-156.89233333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On August 13, 2019, the USCG Sector Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC for the Pacific Islands that a disabled pleasure craft approximately 2 nautical miles off Shipwreck Beach in Lanai, Hawaii was being towed to port. No oil had been released but a trajectory forecast was requested in the event of a release of the 800 gallons of diesel aboard. A verbal trajectory assessment was provided."

9953,2019-08-12,Napakiak School Tank Farm,"Napakiak, AK",60.6943,-161.9696,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,36000,0,"On 12-Aug-2019, USCG Sector Anchorage reported that the Napakiak School fuel tank farm is at risk from bank erosion along the Kuskokwim River. The potential for discharge is 36000 gallons of home heating oil. Sector requested NOAA assistance in contacting experts and gathering information regarding river bank erosion risk at this location."

9950,2019-08-09,Hilcorp Crude spill Terrebonne Bay,"LA, USA",29.21777778,-90.50277778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On Aug 9, 2019, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a sheen in Terrebonne Bay, LA. A reported 2bbl of Louisiana sweet crude spilled from a Hilcorp facility. Some dark product is contained within boom but a rainbow sheen is escaping containment. USCG requested trajectory."

9952,2019-08-09,"S2 Energy Little lake, Turtle Bay, Jefferson Parrish, LA","Parish Governing Authority District 1, LA, USA",29.53111111,-90.13194444,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 09, 2019 at approximately 1459 CDT, Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC#1254713 reporting a discharge of an unknown amount of crude oil into Little Lake, Turtle Bay, Jefferson Parish, from inactive wellhead 2453#4, owned/operated by S2 ENERGY."

9951,2019-08-08,TPIC South Pass 24 W1 Central Facility,"9, LA, USA",29.08722222,-89.28555556,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 8, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans CDT received a report of a discharge of an estimated 05 barrels of crude oil into South West Pass, Plaquemines Parish, near Joseph Bayou, from a hatch malfunction on a saltwater/oil storage tank at the South Pass 24 W1 Central Facility, owned/operated by Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC). A representative for TPIC stated that upon discovery of the discharge, facility personnel immediately secured source in order to prevent further discharge."

9949,2019-08-07,"Mystery Sheen, Southeast Oahu, Hawaii","China Walls, Oahu",21.25777778,-157.7075,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 7, 2019, the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA SSC to request support related to a mystery sheen reported off the China Walls and Spitting Cave area near Hawaii Kai on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii. The sheen was reported to USCG as approximately 1 mile long and 20 meters wide, appearing orange/brown in color and looking like emulsified oil. USCG requested an assessment of whether the sheen, if confirmed to be oil, could potentially impact nearby shorelines. A verbal trajectory was provided. After investigation, USCG determined the sheen was of biological origin."

9944,2019-08-02,Grounded F/V Koko,"Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington",46.2883591743708,-124.048175811768,Oil,Grounding,Marine Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On Friday, August 02, 2019 at 0830 PDT NOAA ERD was notified of a 40 foot fiberglass hull fishing vessel hard aground off Cape Disappointment State Park, Washington. In the early morning hours, the vessel missed a channel marker and grounded on charted pilings from an old structure. As the tide ebbed, the vessel remained stuck and capsized above the pilings. At least one 12-inch crack in the vessel's hull was observed to be leaking fuel. Vessel owner-hired contractors worked with Washington State Department of Ecology to place containment boom around the vessel. The USCG requested a trajectory. The vessel was successfully de-fueled on Saturday (8/3) and removed from the water on Sunday (8/4)."

9943,2019-07-31,Sodium Dimethyldithiocarbamate Release near Sevenmile Creek,"Harborcreek, PA",42.165777,-79.950408,Chemical,,Sodium Dimethyldithiocarbamate,,,,,,,0,"At 0330 on July 31, 2019 a tank with 200 lbs of Hydrofluoric Acid was reported to be leaking onto the ground near Sevenmile Creek. ALOHA plume modeling was requested."

9945,2019-07-30,Sunken Vessel Crane Barge at ARTCO,"Waggaman, LA",29.94466667,-90.22472222,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 30, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD was notified of a sunken crane barge at ARTCOs (AMERICAN RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO) Mile Marker 110 fleeting area. A light, sporadic sheen was seen coming from the vicinity of the sunken barge."

9942,2019-07-29,Sunken Tugboat Meagan M.,"Port Orchard Railway Marina, WA",47.54,-122.64,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 29, 2019, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified NOAA ERD of a sunken tug boat at its slip in Railway Marina, Port Orchard, WA. An estimated 200 gallons of marine diesel has released with moderate sheen. Maximum potential for product onboard is unknown. OSROs are in route."

9941,2019-07-28,Barataria Bay Potential Platform Spill,Barataria Bay,29.33166667,-89.95,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,On 28JUL19 at ~ 2049 CDT NOAA RRO received a phone call from USCG Sector New Orleans IMD asking for 2 fates and trajectories for a 35 bbl and 1 - 3 bbl oil spill in Barataria Bay from a platform discharge. Sheen was seen but no dark oil at the time the NRC report was generated.

9940,2019-07-25,MV Catalyst Grounding,"Admiralty Island, Alaska",57.83616,-134.29653,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On 25-Jul-2019, USCG Sector Juneau received a notification of the M/V CATALYST running aground in the location of Windfall Harbor located on Admiralty Island and requested trajectory and fate information for a potential release of up to 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel."

9946,2019-07-25,"TPIC Discharge Romere Pass, Delta National Wildlife Refuge","Romere Pass Seaplane Base, Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.27444444,-89.24194444,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,30,0,"On July 25, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD received a report of a discharge of an estimated 30 gallons of crude oil into a marsh area, in Romere Pass, of the Delta National Wildlife Refuge, from a 4-inch flow line, associated with the Delta Duck Facility, owned/operated by Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC)."

9947,2019-07-24,Hilcorp Homeplace Facility Discharge,"Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.41527778,-89.70444444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 24, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division received a report of a four BBL discharge of crude oil at the HILCORP Homeplace facility due to a malfunction in the salt water holding tank control panel which was filled with grease causing the overflow signal to fail."

9939,2019-07-23,M/V Silver Lining Spill,"Hood Canal, WA",47.83935,-122.67795,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 23, 2019, The M/V Silver Lining partially sank about 1.3 miles southwest of the Hood Canal Bridge in Jefferson County, WA. The vessel has 300 gals of diesel and 12 gals of oil aboard. Sheen has been observed coming from the vessel. OSRO and USCG are on site. USCG has requested information regarding environmental sensitivities at a potential salvage site."

9938,2019-07-22,Construction Barge Potential Spill,"Long Beach Inner Harbor, CA",33.7425,-118.168889,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On July 22, 2019, the USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted the NOAA SSC to report a possible diesel spill from a construction barge in Long Beach’s Inner Harbor. The incident occurred at 0900 hrs and had a maximum potential volume of 200 gallons diesel. Sector LA/LB requested trajectory support to aid in searching for any potentially oiled shoreline."

9936,2019-07-18,Hilcorp Manilla Village Mud Lake Spill,LA,29.46944444,-89.96888889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 18, 2019, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of approximately 3 bbl Louisiana sweet crude discharged from the Hilcorp Manilla Village facility in Mud Lake (NRC report 1252432). The source is secured. Approximately 2 bbls contained within hard and sorbent boom. Non recoverable sheen discovered by USCG and LOSCO on the eastern edge of Mud Lake on July 19. USCG requested trajectory."

9934,2019-07-16,Grand Isle Block 22 Sheen,LA,29.12277778,-89.96611111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 16, 2019, the USCG received reports of a 6 mile by 0.75 mile sheen approximately 6 miles south of Grand Isle, LA. Estimated quantity of release, as reported by the RP, is 5 barrels of Louisiana Sweet Crude. Release has been secured. USCG requesting fate and trajectory."

9937,2019-07-14,Vessel Mr. Claude discharge into unnamed bayou,"Buras, LA, USA",29.36513889,-89.57572222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"14 July 2019, near MM 22 on the Lower Mississippi River, the 35-foot towing vessel Mr. Claude sank in an unnamed bayou in the vicinity of Mega Industries fleeting area. The vessel was reported to have 100 gallons of diesel onboard. Approximately 40x20 ft dull and rainbow sheen observed around the vessel."

9935,2019-07-13,Hurricane Barry,"LA, USA",29.495188,-91.846803,Other,,,,,,,,,0,Hurricane Barry made landfall at Marsh Island and Intracoastal City on the southern coast of Louisiana July 13th 2019 as a Category 1 hurricane. This Hotline was opened to capture incidents related to the hurricane.

9932,2019-07-08,FV Alaganik Sinking,"Whittier, AK",60.77833,-148.66722,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5500,0,"In the early morning hours of 08-Jul-2019, a fish tender/barge burned and sank at the dock in Whittier, AK. The tender/barge sank in 80 feet of water with potentially 5,500 gallons of diesel on board. There is light sheening on the water. The USCG is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory for the diesel and potential resources at risk report."

9933,2019-07-05,"M/V Mary R, M/V Mary Fern, M/V Chattie Sue Smith","Mile Marker 21 IL River, Hardin, IL 62047, USA",39.153911,-90.615505,Oil,,oil,,,,,,4500,0,"On July 5, 2019, the USCG Sector UMR contacted the SSC regarding the sinking of 3 tugs at mile marker 21 on the Illinois River. Vessels were contained by boom and vents were plugged. Salvage to occur within next 5-7 days. SSC provided DOI contacts and RAR information. No further support anticipated."

9931,2019-07-01,M/V OKALOOSA Allison with two barges,"Gretna, LA 70053, USA",29.934133,-90.058158,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,0,0,"On July 1, 2019. the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD was notified of an allison that occurred between M/V Okaloosa and two barges. SSC notified. NOTIFICATION ONLY."

9929,2019-06-29,Olympic Tug and Barge Grounding,"Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134, USA",47.5835313629732,-122.345016002655,Oil,Grounding,High Sulfur No.6 Fuel Oil,,,,,,3360000,0,"On June 26, 2019, USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted NOAA ERD to request a trajectory and resources at risk for a potential release from a barge carrying an estimated 3,000,000 gallons of oil that grounded at its berth at Pier 23 on Harbor Island, Seattle, Washington. This is a potential release, no spill has occurred at this time."

9928,2019-06-28,Sulfuric Acid Release Train Derailment,"Sarnia, ON, Canada",42.9592,-82.4189,Chemical,,Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of June 28, 2019, a train derailed in a tunnel connecting Port Huron, MI and Sarnia, ON Canada. There are reports of 25-50 gallons of sulfuric acid being released. The leaking car has a potential of 194,000 lbs. The train also is carrying 3000 gallons of diesel, no reports of fuel being released. USCG is requesting fate and reactivity of sulfuric acid."

9930,2019-06-27,"1500GAL Diesel Fuel, Violet, LA","7701 E Judge Perez Dr, Violet, LA 70092, USA",29.87981111,-89.87440833,Oil,,oil,,,,,,1500,0,"On June 27, 2019 at ~ 0836 CDT, the USCG Sector New Orleans incident Management Division was notified to 1500 gallon diesel discharge from a pump station number 5 in Violet, LA."

9927,2019-06-26,Republic Steel Black River Sheen,"Lorain, OH",41.454167,-82.146389,Oil,,OIl,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of June 26, 2019, Republic Steel reported 50 - 200 gallons of an unknown petroleum product sheening in the Black River in Lorain, OH. OSRO is on site. Notification only, no products requested."

9922,2019-06-25,"Poydras Energy Well Head , Main Pass Block 32","Main Pass, Mississippi River",29.46472222,-89.41361111,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 13, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) was notified of a sheen originating from a well head in Main Pass 32 measuring 2 nautical miles by 30 feet, silver in color, via Forefront Emergency Management."

9926,2019-06-25,TPIC Jackup rig sheen,"Breton Sound, LA",29.48666667,-89.18833333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 25, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division received a notification about a light 2 mile sheen from an TPIC jackup rig. The sheen was in close proximity to Breton Island a known tern nesting site. USCG request an oil trajectory."

9923,2019-06-25,Westlake Mercury Release,"Longview, WA",46.1307201989765,-122.993187904358,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 25, 2019, NOAA ERD was notified of an accidental flushing of mercury contaminated soil at a state designated hazardous waste site in Longview, WA. After a water main broke, uncontrolled water flushed through the contaminated site and entered the Columbia River. This was a notification only no products or support are requested at this time."

9919,2019-06-24,Vessel Grounding M/V Timber Navigator,"Mississippi River, LA, USA",29.14833333,-89.25722222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 23, 2019, the USCG notified NOAA SSC of the M/V Timber Navigator grounding at MM 0 of the Lower Mississippi River. The vessel is being held in position by its port anchor and tug assist vessel. The vessel is carrying approx 190 metric tons of various fuel and hydraulic oil. No current signs of discharge."

9918,2019-06-22,"Sheen report near Point Sur, CA","25 NM south of Point Sur, CA",35.89,-121.81,Oil,,Possible oil,,,,,,,0,"At 1630 hrs on 22-JUN-2019 the NOAA Ship R/V Bell M Shimada observed a sheen roughly 25 NM south of Point Sur, CA and forwarded photos and location to USCG Sector San Francisco and the NOAA SSC. The USCG Duty Officer requested trajectory support to determine if the sheen might be related to a recent NOAA NESDIS Marine Pollution Surveillance Report (MPSR) issued in the vicinity on 20-JUN-2019."

9917,2019-06-21,Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery Fires and Explosions,"3100 Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19153, USA",39.9144499978282,-75.2178268443095,Chemical,,Butane,,,,,,,0,"On 21 June 2019, USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC of a fire, followed by several explosions at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery, located in SW Philadelphia. A shelter in place has been issued and several adjacent roadways and bridges have been closed. USCG has requested smoke plume modeling support."

9920,2019-06-19,Linder Oil Atchafalaya Basin,"Pierre Part, LA",29.9686,-91.3413,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 18 2019. USCG MSU Morgan City conducted a survey of three Linder facilities. USCG has identified 37 drums, 10 five gallon buckets, 6 totes, and approximately 692 barrels of crude oil and produced water remaining on the three separate facilities. USCG requested resources at risk."

9916,2019-06-17,ALGOMA NIAGARA Grounding and Anchoring Near Pipeline,"Windsor, ON, Canada",42.28908,-83.09262,Oil,,Propane/Ethane,,,,,,19698,0,"On the morning of June 17, 2019, ALGOMA NIAGARA broke free from its moorings and subsequently dropped anchor and grounded. The anchor is in the vicinity of two pipelines. There are no reports of pollution at this time. Potential of 194 bbl of liquid ethane and 275 bbl of liquid propane. USCG is requesting plume models and fate and effects."

9921,2019-06-14,Mystery Sheen Viosca Knoll 900A,Gulf of Mexico,29.08444444,-88.70444444,Oil,,oil sheen,,,,,,,0,"On June 14, 2019, the Sector New Orleans IMD was notified of a mystery sheen passing through the Viosca Knoll 900 block measuring 2 nautical miles by 0.5 nautical miles, silver in color. The sheen was moving from West to East, and did not show any indication of a potential source, or that it was a continuous discharge."

9924,2019-06-08,Towing Vessel KAYTLIN MARIE / M/V CENTURY QUEEN Collision,Lower Mississippi River,29.991698,-90.411223,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,8954,0,"On June 8, 2019, In the vicinity of mile marker 126, a collision between Bulk Carrier-M/V CENTURY QUEEN (Panama Flag) and US Towing Vessel KAYTLIN MARIE (operated by Integrity Marine) occurred. Both vessels sustained damage to their hulls, resulting in a discharge from the KAYTLIN MARIE of 8,954 gallons of diesel into the waterway."

9915,2019-06-06,F/V Alina,"Offshore Cameron Parish, LA,",29.44,-93.5885,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,12000,0,"On June 6, 2019, MSU Port Arthur reported a partially submerged shrimp vessel, F/V Alina, offshore Cameron Parish, LA, and requested a trajectory. Maximum potential 12,000 gallons diesel, extent of discharge or potential discharge unknown."

9925,2019-06-04,M/V SUN OF MAN 30 gallon diesel fuel discharge,"Venice Marina, Pier 9",29.24030556,-89.36361111,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,30,0,"On June 4, 2019, the USCG IMD notified of a galley fire aboard the M/V SUN OF MAN while moored at pier 9 in Venice Marina. The Plaquemines Parish fire department responded and extinguished the fire. As a result of the fire, an estimated 30 gallons of diesel fuel were discharged overboard."

9913,2019-06-04,Mystery Sheen MP25,"Breton Sound, LA",29.5335,-89.41744444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 4, 2019, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC regarding a 1/4 mile mystery sheen in Breton Sound, LA. RP and status of release not yet known."

9911,2019-06-03,Blue whale carcass,"Long Beach, CA",33.7478941247381,-118.218297958374,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"The NMFS Stranding Coordinator for CA contacted the NOAA SSC to report an 80’ Blue whale carcass found within the Port of Long Beach on 03-JUN-2019. No field necropsy is anticipated, so the carcass will likely be towed offshore on/about 04-JUN-2019. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9912,2019-06-03,"Partially Submerged Barge and Landing Craft, Grindstone Island","Clayton, NY",44.297451,-76.088467,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 3, 2019, USCG notified SSC about a partially submerged barge and landing craft on the north side of Grindstone Island, St. Lawrence River, Clayton, NY. Notification only, no products are being requested."

9910,2019-05-31,Oil Spill MP315,Gulf of Mexico,29.08722222,-88.73361111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,On May 31 2019 USCG Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a crude oil mystery sheen related to a NESDIS report. Currently 20 bbl oil at the surface. Discharge likely originating from recently plugged well. ROV and OSRO en route. NOAA providing trajectory and resources at risk.

9909,2019-05-30,Ellwood Beach spill,"Goleta, CA",34.4248945323657,-119.907402992249,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On 30-MAY-2019, the USCG Marine Safety Detachment Santa Barbara contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 1-3 bbl spill of crude oil during a shoreside well abandonment operation on 28-MAY-2019. USCG requested trajectory information to support shoreline assessment & cleanup activities, if needed."

9908,2019-05-30,"Fertilizer Release Pungo River, Belhaven, NC","Belhaven, NC, USA",35.5809374353572,-76.4928588364273,Other,,Fertilizer,,,,,,,0,"On 30 May 2019, USCG Sector North Carolina reached out to the NOAA SSC about a 1,000-5,000 gallon release of aqueous fertilizer from a holding tank into the Pungo River, in Belhaven, NC. USCG requested a trajectory."

9907,2019-05-26,Bowley Cap Crude Oil Spill,"Cut Off, LA , USA",29.47138889,-90.38277778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 26, 2019, the USCG notified the New Orleans SSC of 50bbl crude oil spill into the marsh and adjacent waterway. USCG requested consultation support for threatened and endangered species in the area."

9914,2019-05-25,"Hydrogen Pipeline Possibly Struck Bulk Carrier BULK PATRIOT, Potential only",Mississippi River,30.04933333,-90.51613889,Other,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On May 25, 2019, USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received notification that the M/V BULK PATRIOT a bulk carrier suffered a lost propulsion on the Mississippi River. While dropping anchor, the STBD anchor brake failed to function causing the chain to pay out and did not stop until the end of the chain. Sector New Orleans knew there is a pipeline in the vicinity of the anchor dragging and began to investigate to ensure there was no damage to any pipelines. IMD will continue to monitor the situation provide updates as necessary."

9906,2019-05-23,Diammonium Phosphate Barges,"Webbers Falls, OK",35.553642,-95.169527,Chemical,,diammonium phosphate DAP,,,,,,,0,"On May 23, 2019, the NOAA SSC was notified that two loaded fertilizer barges (DAP) broke free from the Oakley Terminal along the Arkansas River due to flooding in eastern Oklahoma. The barges struck and then sank at the Webbers Falls Lock and Dam 16 at approximately 12 PM local time. The USCG is requesting fate and behavior of the spilled material."

9905,2019-05-21,JOSEPH M. CUDAHY (RULET),Florida,25.0228,-82.7563,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"On May 7, 1942, the tanker Joseph M. Cudahy, was torpedoed and sunk during World War II northwest of Key West, Florida. The wreck has been identified as a potential pollution threat in NOAA RULET (Response to Undersea Legacy Environmental Threats). The USCG has requested NOAA review the trajectory analyses and resources at risk information contained in the original RULET report for the vessel to support response planning for the wreck."

9904,2019-05-18,"Chlorine Plant Fire, Kearny, NJ","55 Jacobus Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032, USA",40.735312,-74.113402,Chemical,,Granular Chlorine,,,,,,,0,"At 0100 hours on 18 May 2019, USCG Sector New York contacted the NOAA SSC about a fire at the Alden Leads Chemical Plant, Kearny, New Jersey, a facility that produces and stores chlorine. USCG requested a smoke plume model."

9903,2019-05-16,Sulfur dioxide release,"Shell Refinery, Martinez, CA",38.0188182592727,-122.116856575012,Chemical,,Sulfur dioxide,,,,,,,0,"On May 16, 2019, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to report an airborne release of 500 lbs Sulfur Dioxide from a flare stack at the Shell Refinery in Martinez, CA. USCG requested an estimate of potential airborne concentrations downwind of the release and how far concentrations might exceed levels of concern."

9901,2019-05-15,Gray whale carcass,"Pacifica, CA",37.5980480930453,-122.511034011841,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"On 15-MAY-2019, NMFS Stranding Network staff contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 40’ gray whale carcass that had washed ashore near Pacifica, CA the day before. No field necropsy is anticipated, so the carcass may be towed offshore on 15 or 16-MAY. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9902,2019-05-15,Gray whale carcass,"Carlsbad, CA",33.1547985945316,-117.351665496826,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"The NMFS Stranding Coordinator for CA contacted the NOAA SSC to report a 25-30’ Gray whale carcass that had come ashore near Carlsbad, CA on 15-MAY-2019. No field necropsy is anticipated, so the carcass may be towed offshore on/about 16-MAY. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9900,2019-05-10,"Bayport Channel Collision, Houston Ship Canal near Bayport, TX","Houston Ship Channel, TX, USA",29.6303534022912,-94.9775848165154,Oil,Collision,Reformate (gasoline blending stock),,,,,,1050000,14,"On May 10, 2019, the NOAA Emergency Response Division was notified by the USCG of a vessel collision at approximately 3:20pm near Houston, TX. Information is preliminary at this time, but the M/V Genesis River collided with two tank barges in the Houston Ship Channel near Bayport Texas. Each barge has a capacity of 25000 bbls (approx 1 million gallons) of a gasoline blending stock. Amount released is unknown at this time. The M/V Genesis River, loaded with butane and propane, is reportedly taking on water but not spilling any petroleum or cargo at this time. ERD is providing weather and trajectory products."

9899,2019-05-09,"Smith Island Grounding, near Smith Island, WA","Near Smith Island, WA",48.31872222,-122.851,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 09, 2019, the USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted NOAA ERD to report the grounding of a Canadian whale-watching vessel, the 4 Ever Wild, near Smith Island, WA. The maximum potential discharge was reported as 264 gallons of diesel fuel. No spill has occurred at this time. Resources at Risk were requested."

9898,2019-05-08,Sunken Crane Barge - Offshore Freeport,"Offshore Freeport, TX",28.35,-95.48,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,150,0,"On May 8, 2019, a crane barge containing a reported 150 gallons of diesel fuel sank approximately 9 NM offshore of Freeport, TX. No discharge has occurred. MSU Texas City requested fate analysis."

9896,2019-05-07,FV Masonic Grounding,"Spanish Islands, Alaska",55.970278,-134.123056,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"At 0200 on 7-May-2019, the FV Masonic grounded on on the Spanish Islands around Cape Decision in Southeast Alaska. The wooden hulled fishing vessel has a reported 2000 gallons of diesel and 150 gallons of lube oils onboard. There was no reported or observed discharge at the time of the report. USCG MSD Sitka is requesting a fates analysis, trajectory and resources at risk report."

9897,2019-05-07,Gray whale carcass,"Oxnard, CA",34.1573302494094,-119.22700700134,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"On 07-MAY-2019, NMFS Stranding Network Coordinator contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a gray whale carcass that had washed ashore near Channel Islands Harbor in Ventura County, CA. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9894,2019-05-02,FV Ann Kathleen,"Bandon, OR",42.9765,-124.47116667,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On May 2, 2019, the USCG responded to a commercial fishing vessel, Ann Kathleen, on fire and aground about 9 nautical miles south of the Coquille River Bar in southern Oregon at location 42°58'35.4""N, 124°28'16.2""W. The vessel has an estimated 2000 gallons of diesel aboard. Oil discharge has not been observed nor reported."

9895,2019-05-02,ITV Cindy R,"Mile Marker 8, Harvey Locks, Gulf Intercoastal Waterway, LA",29.8568676,-90.0649346,Oil,,oil,1,,,,,,0,"On MAY 2, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD received a report that T/V Cindy R owned and operated by Gulf South Marine Enterprises, LLC sank in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway West mile marker 8 near Harvey Locks. Unknown amount was discharged into the waterway."

9893,2019-04-29,Gray whale carcass,"Port of LA/Long Beach, CA",33.7209130193587,-118.218040466309,Other,,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"On April 29, 2019, the NMFS Stranding Network Coordinator contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a gray whale carcass that had washed ashore at the Port of LA/Long Beach. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9891,2019-04-25,ISTOP Anomaly Report,"Kayak Island, Alaska",58.74225,-144.67275,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On 25-Apr-2019, USCG MSU Valdez received an ISTOP (Integrated satellite tracking of pollution) report of a possible oil spill and requested NOAA analysis to determine if the possible oil will impact shoreline."

9892,2019-04-25,Womens Bay Abandoned Barge,"Kodiak, AK",57.69913,-152.52545,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1200,1,"On Apr 25, 2019, USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Kodiak, Alaska, received a report of rainbow sheen emanating from a grounded, abandoned barge in Women's Bay. USCG will be hiring a salvage contractor to address the pollution potential. NOAA notification only at this time."

9890,2019-04-23,Mystery Sheen @ South Pass 60,South Pass Block 60,29.06194444,-88.94222222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 23, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) called the SSC to request satellite imagery for a mystery sheen at South Pass 60. The mystery sheen was discovered during an USCG overflight to West Delta block 79A and NRC report # 1243536 was generated."

9888,2019-04-22,Unknown Sheen West Delta Block 79A,West Delta Block 79A,28.97139,-89.51472,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 22, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans called the SSC about an unknown sheen. Sheen color is described as 60% slightly colored, 30% silvery, and 10% barely visible. Sheen length is 4NM long and 50 feet wide. USCG requested a fate and trajectory and also 72 hours monitoring from NESDIS."

9887,2019-04-21,TV Aqua Loyalty,Mississippi Sound,30.22,-88.561598,Oil,,Colombian crude API 22.6,,,,,,21000000,0,"On 21 April 2019, USCG Sector Mobile notified the SSC that the 817-foot Tanker Vessel Aqua Loyalty ran soft aground enroute to the Chevron Refinery in Pascagoula, MS. Vessel is carrying 500K bbls of Colombian crude (API 22.6). NO REPORT of discharge.USCG is monitoring closely. No products requested at this time. Vessel was refloated"

9886,2019-04-19,M/V Never Say Never sunk,"Off Ano Nuevo, CA",37.07,-122.37,Oil,,"Diesel, marine debris",,1,,,,1200,0,"On 19-APR-2019, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC regarding the 57’ sunken pleasure craft M/V Never Say Never that was involved in a search & rescue case the previous evening. USCG requested oil fate & transport information and staff from the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary requested potential vessel drift information."

9889,2019-04-18,Possible seep activity,"Off Point Arguello, CA",34.5879974555048,-120.741119384766,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On 18-APR-2019, USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Santa Barbara contacted their NOAA SSC to discuss recent oil sheen observations NW of Santa Barbara Channel. USCG has requested potential remote sensing support. This Hotline is being created to capture remote sensing information, as needed."

9885,2019-04-16,Gray whale carcass,"Pacifica, CA 94044, USA",37.6487621893897,-122.494511604309,Other,Marine Mammal,Whale,,,,,,,0,"In the evening of 16-APR-2019, NMFS Stranding Network staff contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a gray whale carcass that had washed ashore near Pacifica, CA. A field necropsy is scheduled for 17-APR-2019, after which the carcass would be towed offshore. NMFS requested a carcass drift estimate to aid in determining how far offshore to tow the carcass so it does not re-beach in the upcoming days."

9884,2019-04-15,T/V Dejeanne Maria,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.1525,-89.245,Oil,,Diesel/Lube Oil,1,,,,,,0,"On April 15, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received a report that Towing Vessel Dejeanne Maria hit a submerged dredge pipe and sank near the Mississippi River in Pass A Loutre with ~ 7000 gallons of diesel/lube oil onboard. The discharged amount into the waterways is unknown."

9883,2019-04-14,ITV Buckles MO River,"Slater, MO 65349, USA",39.1205,-92.94266667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,8000,0,"NOAA SSC was notified on 14 April 2019 of incident involving the grounding of the vessel ITV Buckle at Mile Marker 217.1 on the Missouri River near Saline City, MO. Vessel ran hard aground on 13 April. No apparent discharge. Vessel is carrying 8,000 gallons of diesel. USCG is requesting trajectory assessment for potential worst case discharge and resources at risk."

9882,2019-04-12,S/V Morena,"Mona Island , Puerto Rico",18.11,-67.87,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 7, 2019, a 45 foot fiberglass catamaran sailing vessel ran aground at Mona Island Puerto Rico. The vessel has 50 gallons of diesel on board. The vessel is resting on coral including Staghorn coral. The USCG plans to address the pollution threat and work with Puerto Rico authorities to remove the vessel."

9881,2019-04-10,Oceanographic Buoy Adrift,"Coos Bay, Oregon",43.29861111,-124.53194444,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 10, 2019, the NOAA Marine Debris Program was notified that a 14-foot long (1500 lbs) oceanographic buoy detached from its mooring on Friday, April 5 at location 43° 17' 55""N, 124° 31' 55""W (7 miles west of Cape Arago, Oregon). A trajectory was requested."

9880,2019-04-10,TPIC Crude Oil Discharge Delta Duck,"1, LA, USA",29.24555556,-89.19916667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 10, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) notied the NOAA SSC that the TPIC Delta Duck Facility had a 6 inch transfer line ball valve fail. TPIC initially reported 3 bbl of crude oil discharged into Delta National Wildlife Refuge's unnamed canal surrounding the facility."

9877,2019-04-03,Hilcorp CF#6 Facility,"Louisiana, USA",29.58583333,-90.05944444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 24, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC Report #1240899 reporting a discharge of an estimated 3bbls of crude oil into an unnamed canal and muddy marsh area, tributary to the Dupre Cut/Barataria Bay Waterway, in Jefferson Parish, LA. Hilcorp personnel secured the discharge. IMD personnel are on scene at the incident location to conduct an onsite assessment, to determine any further environmental impact to ensure proper clean up and response actions and will continue to work with Hilcorp to monitor the situation."

9875,2019-04-03,LOBO Tank Battery 1 Leak,"Venice, LA",29.32194444,-89.29111111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 1, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) notified the NOAA SSC that the LOBO Operation Inc. Tank Battery 1 in Venice, LA, had an 8 inch transfer line fail while they were shut-in. USCG estimated approximately 10 bbl of crude oil was spilled into unnamed canal. IMD will continue to work with responsible party to monitor situation."

9876,2019-04-03,Partially Submerged Recreational Vessel at JSBB Marina,"Mandeville, LA",30.353,-90.051,Oil,,Unknown ( Possibly dirty motor oil),,,,,,1,0,"On March 24, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of a discharge from a partially submerged, 36-ft recreational vessel, named MISS JILLY, at The JSBB Marina, in St. Tammany Parish, LA. USCG IMD will continue to work the marina owner/operator to monitor the situation and provide updates as necessary."

9878,2019-04-03,Unknown Oil and Source at Venice Marina,"Marina Rd, Venice, LA",29.23856389,-89.36359167,Oil,,Motor Oil,1,,,,,,0,"On March 22, 2019, the US Coast Guard Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC Report # 1240778 reporting a mystery spill at the Venice Marina, in Plaquemines Parish, LA. The discharged product is reported to be used motor oil. USCG personnel are en route to the incident location to conduct on site assessment and investigation as to the potential source and/or cause of the discharge."

9873,2019-04-01,Mystery Sheen Main Pass 63,Gulf of Mexico,29.33416667,-88.99361111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 1, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 4nm x 2nm silvery mystery sheen originally identified on March 29 2019. USCG requested assistance identifying this sheen in past and future NESDIS Satellite reports."

9872,2019-03-28,"Dublin Express Oil Spill, Staten Island, New York","Arthur Kill, Staten Island, NY",40.5571129748457,-74.215393087361,Oil,,#6 bunker fuel,1,1,,,,100000,10,"On March 28, 2019, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC that the Container Vessel Dublin Express's hull was damaged by a container that fell from her deck in heavy sea conditions. It is reported that between 12 and 16 containers were lost. As the vessel was docking, crew members observed an oil sheen behind the vessel. Areas along the shoreline of Elizabeth NJ have been impacted. An unknown amount of #6 bunker fuel was released. The USCG is on-scene. USCG has requested a NOAA trajectory."

9871,2019-03-22,CMA CGM AQUILA Adrift,"Bering Sea, Alaska",54.12633,172.39,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 22, 2019, the USCG requested a trajectory for a drifting container ship, 393 meters long. The container ship became adrift at 0717 on 22 Mar 2019 in the Bering Sea. The USCG requested an estimated position for 24 hours, 48 hours and 72 hours. The ship regained propulsion on 23-March and resumed its voyage."

9870,2019-03-19,Seattle Slew Diesel Spill Mississippi River,"Mississippi River mm55, LA 70040, USA",29.6101776899165,-89.8807811737061,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 19, 2018, the USCG Sector NOLA contacted the SSC regarding a sunken tug at mm 55 in the Mississippi River. Efforts are focused on one missing person but a 3 mile sheen was reported and USCG requested an initial trajectory for a worst case discharge of 9k gal of diesel."

9867,2019-03-18,"Coal Washup Cape Charles, VA","Cape Charles, VA",37.2539427006374,-76.0198974609375,Other,,Coal,,,,,,,0,"The NOAA SSC received a notification from USCG Sector Hampton Roads on 18 March, 2019 about an estimated four miles of coal that has washed ashore in Chesapeake Bay adjacent to Cape Charles, VA on the Eastern Shore. Coal was first observed coming ashore on 14 March. USCG is in the process of establishing a Unified Command to address the situation. USCG requested NOAA to provide clean-up recommendations and to identify possible resources at risk."

9868,2019-03-18,"M/V La Pinta - Miami, FL",Port of Miami Anchorage,25.7564546501811,-80.1108455657959,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 18, 2019, the USCG Sector Miami/RRT contacted the NOAA SSC to discuss response options for a Haitian freighter at the Port of Miami anchorage. The vessel has 4500 gallons of diesel on board, some other various hazmat items not yet identified, and is taking on sea water. Weather and trajectory products requested but vessel is not leaking fuel oil at this time."

9866,2019-03-17,"ITC Tank Fire, Deer Park, TX","1942 Independence Parkway, Deer Park, TX",29.73277778,-95.09111111,Oil,,naptha,,,,,,3360000,3,"On March 17, 2019 Sector Houston-Galveston notified NOAA SSC about a tank farm fire in Deer Park, TX (Houston area). Tank with capacity of 80,000 gallons naptha is on fire. Fire still burning, source not controlled, two additional tanks (one xylene, one gas blend) also at risk from fire. Inland zone, EPA FOSC, Coast Guard in liaision role at ICP in event there is a discharge that enters Tucker Bayou. SSC requested to provide support on chemical properties, response options, and resources at risk."

9865,2019-03-16,Buskin River Diesel Spill,"Kodiak, AK",57.7577896855863,-152.515624557511,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1400,0,"On March 16, 2019, the NOAA SSC was contacted by the Department of the Interior regarding a diesel spill from an upland site along the Buskin River on Kodiak Island, AK. The leak of roughly 1,300 gallons diesel reportedly occurred overnight between an upland fuel storage tank and a newly installed generator and was discovered this morning. A significant portion of the spilled volume reached the Buskin River and sheens have been observed out to ½ mile from the river’s mouth into Saint Paul Harbor. The Buskin River is a primary recreational and subsistence fishing waterway on Kodiak Island and young pink salmon alevin are reportedly present along the banks of the river at this time. Sorbent and protective boom has been deployed."

9864,2019-03-16,"PAC ATHENA Ferrosilicon Cargo, Port of Morehead City, NC","Beaufort, NC",34.7288597488777,-76.6753692459315,Chemical,,Ferrosilicon,,,,,,,0,"On March 16, 2019, USCG Sector North Carolina contacted the NOAA SSC about a cargo vessel that docked at the Port of Morehead City containing a cargo of ferrosilicon. USCG requested technical information about the chemical, associated human health and environmental risks and recommended safety measures. There has not been any chemical release."

9863,2019-03-10,F/V ALL MY JOY,"Fishers Island, NY",41.26833333,-72.025,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 10, 2019, the fishing vessel ALL MY JOY capsized after taking on water and notifying the Sector Long Island Sound (all souls rescued). The vessel continued to float upside down and finally grounded about 3/4 miles off Fishers Island, NY. with 2000 gallons of diesel on-board. Only light sheen was observed, the remaining oil still in the tanks. USCG is planning an oil removal and salvage."

9862,2019-03-07,Sunken Tug Mississippi River,"LaPlace, LA",30.0340277133622,-90.4705238342285,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 7, 2019, the USCG notified the NOLA SSC of a potential release from a tug boat sunken along the left descending bank at MM 132 near La Place, LA. The vessel has a worst case potential discharge of 9,500 gallons diesel. A slight sheen reported. The USCG requested an oil trajectory."

9861,2019-02-28,Olympia Brewery Transformer Spill,"Tumwater, WA",47.0116302416478,-122.904481887817,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"February 28, 2019 - An unknown quantity of transformer oil was released into the Deschutes River from the site of the old Olympia Brewery in Tumwater, Washington. The maximum capacity of the transformer was 700 gallons. The spill is now controlled and the cause of release is under investigation."

9859,2019-02-27,FV Arctic Storm,"Bering Sea, Alaska",56.196467,-162.55973,Oil,,hydraulic oil,,,,,,1081,0,"On 27-Feb-2019, the FV Arctic Storm experienced an equipment failure and a release of 1081 gallons of hydraulic oil. USCG Sector Anchorage is requesting a fate analysis and trajectory."

9858,2019-02-27,Guardian Plane Search,"Admiralty Island, Alaska",56.99501028,-134.46716306,Other,,,,,,,,,1,"On 29-Jan-2019, at 1810, a Guardian medical flight went down south of Admiralty Island. Global Salvage is on scene to recover the plane and black box. They are requesting a NWS Spot Forecast for dive operations."

9860,2019-02-27,LC Don Quixote,"Kodiak Island, Alaska",57.79167,-153.93083,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,800,1,"On 26-Feb-2019 at 0933, the 74’ Landing Craft Don Quixote began taking on water and ran aground on Kodiak Island. The LC has approximately 800 gal of Diesel and 50 gal of Oil onboard. A sheen has been spotted coming from the vessel and an unkown amount of product has been discharged. Sector Anchorage is requesting fate analysis and trajectory."

9857,2019-02-25,Sump Pump Discharge into Lake St. Clair,"St Clair Shores, MI",42.478953,-82.880621,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,2500,0,"On February 25, 2019, USCG Sector Detroit contacted SSC about a private residence discharging oil from a sump pump into Lake St. Clair. Source of oil is believed to be an underground home heating oil tank."

9856,2019-02-23,"Cargo Plane Crash, Trinity Bay,TX","Anahuac, TX 77514, USA",29.76333333,-94.715,Oil,,JP-5 (Heavy Kerosene,,,,,,24000,0,"On February 23, 2019, a Boeing 767 cargo plane crashed into Trinity Bay, Texas. Aircraft reported to be carrying 24,000 gallons of JP-5 (heavy kerosene). Sector Houston-Galveston and Texas General Land Office (TGLO) responded. Large debris field was present, no visible sheen or recoverable oil. TGLO provided fate analysis, CG requested no additional products. Recovery operations suspended at nightfall."

9855,2019-02-23,FV Kaia,"Unimak Island, Alaska",54.7961,-164.5847,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"At 0200 on 23-Feb-2019, the FV Kaia ran aground on the north side of Unimak Island. The Kaia is a steel hulled fishing boat carrying a reported 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel. No report of a spill at this time. At this time, all crew are still onboard. A USCG helicopter is enroute. Weather is 35 kt winds and 12 foot seas. Sector Anchorage is requesting fates analysis, a trajectory, and potential resources at risk."

9854,2019-02-17,M/V St Clair Vessel Fire Maumee River,"Toledo, OH",41.699087,-83.451108,Oil,,Fuel Oil,,,,,,69000,0,"On the morning of February 17, 2019, the M/V St Clair was reported to be on fire at the CSX pier on the Maumee River in Toledo, OH. The vessel was reported to have 69,000 gallons of #6 fuel oil aboard though there are no reports of pollution."

9852,2019-02-15,FV Pacific 1,"Unalaska Island, Alaska",53.5099,-167.187,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,6000,0,"On 15-FEB-2019, at 0430, the FV Pacific I was reported sunk approximately 3 miles northwest of Kismaliuk Bay on the northwest side of Unalaska Island. It is unknown if there has been any release estimated total of oils on board is 6000 gallons. Vessel is sunk in approximately 225 feet of water. USCG Sector Anchorage is requesting fate and trajectory at this time."

9853,2019-02-15,West Cameron 398 Unknown Sheen,Offshore Gulf of Mexico,28.94933333,-93.55233333,Oil,,Unknown Sheen,,,,,,,0,"On February 15, 2019, MSU Port Arthur contacted ERD to request trajectory for sheen located approximately 60 miles offshore. Sheen reported as 16 ft x 2 miles rainbow in NRC#1237739. AIRSTA Houston launched helo, unable to reach site due to weather. Local assets confirmed presence of sheen, but located no apparent source. We do not expect shoreline impacts based on the current observations."

9851,2019-02-13,Lindsey Lake Tanker Spill,"Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway, Cascade Locks, OR 97014, USA",45.6874152803854,-121.712754964828,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,4000,0,"On the morning of February 13th, 2019, Oregon DEQ notified the NOAA Duty Officer of a spill of approximately 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel from an overturned tanker truck on I-84 near Lindsay Creek in Oregon. Oregon DEQ is on scene and has initiated booming to contain the spill within Lindsay Lake and prevent it from getting into the Columbia River."

9849,2019-02-10,"Trawler Aground Swinomish Channel, Puget Sound","North end of Swinomish Channel, Anacortes, WA",48.4609416697985,-122.517063617706,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of February 10th, 2019, NW SSC was notified by USCG Sector Puget Sound of a 50' trawler which ran aground at the northern end of the Swinomish Channel near Padilla Bay. Vessel appears to be intact at this time as there is no reported sheen. USCG and Swinomish Tribe will attempt to get a party aboard to sound the vessel to determine if any product is still aboard. Swinomish tribe is attempting to contact the owner. USCG will continue to monitor the site for any signs of spillage."

9848,2019-02-09,T/V Ed McLaughlin Sinking Ohio River,"Cheshire, OH",38.916055,-82.124537,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,8000,0,"On the afternoon of February 8th, 2019, the T/V Ed MCLaughlin capsized on the Ohio River at mile marker 259. The vessel sank in approximately 75 feet of water with 4906 gals of diesel, 110 gals of lube oil, and 55 gals of hydraulic oil aboard. Light sheening has been reported near the vessel sinking site. USCG requested fate, effects, and trajectory."

9847,2019-02-06,FV Big John Vessel Grounding,"Frisco, NC, USA",35.2246907785728,-75.6391525268555,Oil,,deisel fuel,,1,,,,800,0,"On 6 February 2019, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC about a fishing vessel that grounded off of Frisco, North Carolina (Outer Banks) on 5 February. Vessel had approximately 800 gallons of petroleum products on board. The vessel was a complete loss. USCG requested information about potential resources at risk and marine debris clean-up methods."

9845,2019-02-05,Mystery Sheen - Cape Lookout State Park,Oregon,45.3432175810499,-123.978824615479,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"February 05, 2019 - At 1115 PST NOAA ERD was contacted by USCG Sector Columbia River responding to a mystery sheen reported at Cape Lookout State Park, Oregon. Emulsified product was observed in the surf zone and on the beach. No products are being requested at this time."

9850,2019-02-03,Hobby Airport JP-8 Discharge,"7714 Airport Blvd, Houston, TX 77061, USA",29.655,-95.27666667,Oil,,JP-8,,,,,,64000,0,"On February 3, 2019, Sector Houston-Galveston IMD responded as first Federal on-scene to a reported discharge (NRC#1236649) of 64,000 gallons of jet fuel (JP-8) into the containment area of a fuel storage area at Hobby Airport. Houston Fire Department also responded. Incident occurred within EPA response zone, but a reported 10-30 gallons was discharged into a storm drain system which leads to Sims Bayou, a feeder stream to the Houston Ship Channel. Storm drain outfalls were boomed, and storm drains were flushed by the OSRO. On-scene teams noted sheen on water, no fish kills or other injured wildlife were observed. Sector Houston-Galveston IMD issued a Notice of Federal Interest (NOFI) regarding the product in the water. NOAA SSC was contacted, and provided phone support regarding environmental sensitivities for Sims Bayou.Sector Houston-Galveston is working with the OSRO to determine final amount of product discharged to the waterway."

9844,2019-02-02,Northlake Way Bunker C Seepage,"Seattle, WA",47.6475519406185,-122.34050989151,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"February 02, 2019, 1015 PST - NOAA ERD was contacted by USCG Sector Puget Sound responding to Bunker C leaching into North Lake Union as a result of a burst water main and subsequent flushing of previously contaminated soil. The source (water leak) is secured and initial estimates of total volume of Bunker C entering the lake was said to be around 20-30 gallons. No products are requested."

9843,2019-01-23,Tarballs Observed - Point Reyes National Seashore,"Inverness, CA.",38.1215932716592,-122.957611083984,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On January 23, 2019, the USCG District 11 notified OR&R of reported mystery tarballs at two locations on the Point Reyes National Seashore that washed up following a storm."

9841,2019-01-17,Kirby 10227,"Carlton Township, AR, USA",33.30527778,-91.16472222,Chemical,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On January 17, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans called the NOAA SSC regarding a barge that ran aground on the left descending bank in the Mississippi river. The barge was carrying 10,000 lbs of Dichloromethane at the time of accident. There has been no sign of discharge."

9842,2019-01-17,Mystery Sheen in Gulf of Mexico,"Offshore, Mississippi River Delta",28.98833333,-88.67833333,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,On 17JAN19 at 1515 USCG Sector New Orleans contacted SSC regarding a mystery rainbow sheen 5 miles by 500 ft heading from the West to the East. The sheen was reported at 1301 by a privately owned aircraft. USCG is currently trying to ascertain the origins of the spill.

9840,2019-01-16,"South Pass, Block 23","Venice, LA",29.03138889,-89.24972222,Oil,,Crude Oil,1,,,,,50,0,"On January 16, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) was notified that an estimated 50 gallons of crude oil was discharged near the Pass A Loutre Wildlife Management Area, in Plaquemines Parish, LA. The discharge was reportedly from a facility owned and operated by Whitney Oil & Gas, LLC. The USCG contacted the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) to request satellite imagery of the discharge location to confirm sheen size and trajectory, and NOAA Satellite Analysts reported no satellite imagery was available in the discharge location. An overflight is scheduled to be conducted over the incident location in the morning to confirm sheen sighting and plan recovery product."

9839,2019-01-08,Hilcorp CF-6,"Lafitte, LA.",29.66055556,-90.10833333,Oil,,Crude Oil,1,,,,,252,0,"On January 6, 2019, the USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) was notified that 6 barrels of crude oil was discharged from the CF-6 facility in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. The facility is owned and operated by Hilcorp. The discharge occurred due to fuel freezing, caused by an equipment failure of the dehydration system, which is now repaired."

9838,2019-01-07,F/V A.E. CLIFFORD Sinking,"Superior, WI",46.738342,-92.098947,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On Friday January 4th, 2019 the F/V A. E. CLIFFORD was taking on water at the Hughitt Slip Pier in Superior, WI. Superior Fire Department arrived on-scene, verified there were no persons on board, and began attempting to de-water the vessel. MSU Duluth's Duty Prevention Officer and pollution responder arrived on-scene, reported no visible signs of pollution in the water, however the smell of diesel and oil was present on the vessel. Potential of 200 gallons."

9846,2019-01-04,F/V Mistress,"Block Island, RI",41.13,-71.49833333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 1, 2019 the F/V MISTRESS was underway in the vicinity of Block Island, Rhode Island when the vessel took on water with three people aboard. When the dewatering pumps were unable to keep up, the boat capsized with two crewmembers aboard. These two crew are missing. The F/V CAPT BLIGH rescued the third crewman from the life raft. The NOAA SSC was contacted asked to help coordinate with the Navigational Response Team."

9837,2018-12-18,"Diesel Discharge, Lower Mississippi River MM125","Mississippi River, Hahnville, LA , USA",29.9825,-90.40138889,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3500,0,"On December 18, 2018 Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC about a diesel discharge resulting from a vessel allision at MM125 on the Lower Mississippi River, right descending bank. Sheening reported, amount of discharge unknown at time of notification. Damaged tank has been lightered, with no sheen observed following lightering. Sector New Orleans is sending a pollution response team for on-site evaluation. No products requested."

9835,2018-12-17,Corpus Christi Ship Channel Vacuum Oil Discharge,"Corpus Christi, TX , USA",27.82222222,-97.43555556,Oil,,Vacuum Gas Oil,,,,,,210,0,"On December 17, 2018, at approximately 0330 CT, a barge discharged a reported 120 gallons (~3 bbls) of vaccum gas oil onto the deck of the barge due to a tank overflow. An estimated 15-25 gallons was discharged to the Corpus Christi Ship Channel, in Corpus Christi’s Inner Harbor. Sector Corpus Christi has requested assistance from NOAA SSC regarding clean-up methods for the barge deck. Proposed methods include potential addition of diesel to improve flowability of product, and potential use of Surface Washing Agents. Both measures are for deck only, with no intended discharge to surface waters. Phone support provided, no on-scene requests."

9834,2018-12-14,FV Atlantic Sapphire,Georges Bank,42.13,-67.10833333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Ob December 13, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by Canadian Coast Guard regarding the sinking of the FV Atlantic Sapphire near the US/Canada border in heavy seas. The crew was rescued and the vessel sank with 8000 liters (2113 gallons) of diesel fuel. The sinking is almost 150 miles from the US coast and over 100 miles from the Canadian coast. Canadian Coast Guard to overfly the region."

9836,2018-12-14,TPIC Garden Island Bay Facility,"1, LA, USA",29.14083333,-89.19638889,Oil,,Crude Oil,1,,,,,420,0,"Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) received NRC #1233035 stating approximately 10 barrels of crude oil has been discharged due to a hole in the salt water disposal line at the facility. TPIC shutdown the line, notified their OSRO ES&H, and the area was boomed with approximately 2000ft of boom to keep discharged oil out of the center of Camp Canal waterway to prevent spreading of the oil."

9833,2018-12-12,DOD-contracted Aircraft crash,"off Honolulu, Hawaii",21.27033333,-157.92516667,Oil,,jet fuel or aviation gasoline,,,,,,900,0,"The afternoon of December 12 at about 1500 HST, a DOD-contracted aircraft crashed approximately two miles off the reef runway on the south shore of Oahu, Hawaii. The aircraft was reported to be carrying 900 gallons of fuel. An assessment of whether fuel or aircraft debris could impact shorelines was requested."

9832,2018-12-10,FV Nordic Viking,"Seward, AK",60.12004,-149.43491,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,700,1,"On 9-Dec-2018, FV Nordic Viking, a tender/processor, sank at the T Dock in Seward Harbor. The vessel is reported to be 76'. The vessel owner indicated that there was about 700 gallons of marine diesel on board the vessel (capacity 2,000 gallons). Absorbent boom was placed at the dock. Before booming a rainbow sheen ~60' by 1500' was observed. The sheen reportedly had black oil as well. NOAA SSC is consulting with the ADEC."

9831,2018-12-09,Lake Washington A10 Well Leak,"Port Sulphur, LA USA",29.3994489,-89.7857337,Oil,Wellhead,"Oil, crude",1,1,,,,129,7,"On December 9, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an equipment failure on a wellhead casing in Lake Washington/Rattlesnake Bayou, near Port Sulphur, LA. The discharge amount is estimated to be ~129bbls of crude/water/gas per day. The source was not reported as secured. USCG is requesting a trajectory and potential resources at risk."

9830,2018-12-08,"FV Kathleen Manasquan Inlet, NJ","Point Pleasant Beach, NJ USA",40.1042312680152,-74.0376892173663,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,500,0,"At 0700 on 8 December 2018, USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC that a fishing vessel sank in the Manasquan Inlet, New Jersey. The vessel had 800 gallons of diesel fuel on board. USCG requested SSC to go on-scene to support response. No products requested at this time."

9829,2018-12-06,F/V JEANETTE,American Samoa,-14.56633333,-170.57516667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,90000,3,"On December 5, 2018, the JEANETTE, a 228' commercial fishing vessel, caught fire in Pago Pago harbor and was towed out of the harbor for safety reasons. On December 6, 2018, the vessel sank at 1139 Hawaii Time approximately 17 NM southeast of Pago Pago, American Samoa. It was reported to be carrying as much as 90,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 300 gallons of gasoline. A trajectory forecast was requested."

9828,2018-12-03,TPIC Bayou Des Allemands Crude Spill,"Des Allemands, LA, USA",29.76777778,-90.37861111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 3, 2018, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that 6.25 bbs of crude oil discharged from a TPIC facility near Salvador Wildlife Management Area. USCG requested trajectory and Resources at Risk."

9827,2018-12-02,Barge Dredge 200,5 miles east of Boston Harbor,42.39683333,-70.8255,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"On December 2, 2018, the work barge ""Dredge 200"" while under tow in rough weather capsized and began to sink 5 miles east of the entrance to Boston Harbor. USCG Sector Boston contacted the NOAA SSC for support on the diesel and lube oil fates.."

9826,2018-12-01,PACIFIC SHARAV Drilling Mud Release,GoM,28.37666667,-88.23,Oil,,drilling mud,,,,,,84000,0,"On December 1, 2018, the USCG notified NOAA SSC of a release of synthetic oil based mud to the seafloor. Drilling Rig Pacific Sharav made an emergency disconnect from the well head (6,800ft depth) due to rough seas and 90kt winds. Approximately 2282bbl of mud was released from the bottom of the riser. The drill ship later hooked back into the well without further incident. No sheen or evidence of product at the surface has been reported."

9825,2018-11-29,"Ruptured Natural Gas Line, Belle Isle, MI","Detroit, MI",42.34176389,-82.99833611,Oil,Pipeline,Natural Gas,,,,,,7480519,0,"On the evening of November 29, 2018, USCG Detroit notified SSC of a ruptured natural gas pipeline located along the southwestern side of the MacArthur Bridge. The DTE gas main is 6"" in diameter and has a max discharge potential of 1,000,000 cubic feet over a 4-5 hour period. USCG is requesting plume modeling and fate and effects."

9823,2018-11-28,Breton Sound Discharge Block 21 and 32,"Breton Sound, Louisiana",29.56314,-89.31241,Oil,,"Crude oil , water, and gas",,,,,,,0,"On November 28, 2018, USCG Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a reported unsecured well discharging oil in the vicinity of Breton Sound lease blocks 21 and 32. The discharge was noticed during a USCG flight. A subsequent overflight later the same day confirmed the well was still discharging. The sheen is approximately 15nm by 50 ft heading in the easterly direction. USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory as well as potential resources at risk."

9824,2018-11-28,Hilcorp Burwood W-5 Facility,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.01833333,-89.34972222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 28, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a discharge of crude oil from an overflow on a storage tank associated with the Burwood W-5 facility. The USCG is requesting a trajectory analysis using information from overflights that were made throughout the day. NRC#1231481."

9822,2018-11-28,"Vessel Discharge Ohio River, Greenup, KY","Greenup, KY",38.58333333,-82.84194444,Oil,,dIESEL,,,,,,400,0,"On November 28, 2018, USCG contacted SSC about two derelict vessels Misty Liz (45 ft) and Misty Dawn (55 ft) moored on the Ohio River (Mile marker 336.5) that are actively discharging. Each vessel contains approximately 200 gallons of diesel fuel. There is approximately 15 gallons in the water. USCG is requesting trajectory, and fate and effects."

9821,2018-11-25,"Chemical Leak, New Castle, DE","US-40, New Castle, DE 19720, USA",39.695775515989,-75.531967158895,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 23, 2018 at 8:00pm, USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC about a chemical spill from the Croda Chemical Plant, New Castle, DE. Release has resulted in the Delaware Memorial Bridge being shut down in both directions."

9818,2018-11-18,Jack Boat Ram XVII,"23 nautical miles west of Southwest Pass, Louisiana, Gulf of Mexico",29.01444,-89.841667,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"On November 18, 2018, a leg on the 134-foot Jack boat RAM XVII malfunctioned resulting in the vessel tilting at a 45 degree angle and taking on water. The vessel reportedly has 17,000 gallons of diesel onboard. The USCG requested trajectory for worst case discharge. There are currently no reports of discharge."

9819,2018-11-18,TPIC Lake Pagie ISB 2018,"near Dulac, Louisiana",29.39861111,-90.9525,Oil,,,,,,,1,,2,"On November 15, 2018, USCG notified the NOAA SSC that an estimated 10 bbl of crude oil discharged into an unnamed marsh in the Lake Paige Oil and Gas Field between Bay Long and Jug Lake. The oil came from a flow line owned by Texas Petroleum Investment Corporation (TPIC). On Nov 16 2018, an additional 30-40 bbl of oil was discovered trapped in the floating marsh."

9817,2018-11-16,High Island #24 Platform,"6 miles offshore of Port Arthur, TX",29.54616667,-94.13683333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,,0,"On November 16, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Port Arthur regarding a sheen app. 15mi x 100ft located in the Gulf of Mexico. The Discharge was reported to have started on 15NOV2018. The USCG has requested a trajectory and fate for the discharge."

9820,2018-11-13,F/V Aaron and Melissa II,"50 miles east of Rockland, ME",43.1,-68.36,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On November 14, 2018, the 76 foot fishing vessel Aaron and Melissa II sank approximately 50 miles east of Rockland, Maine in 88 fathoms (500+ feet) of water. All hands were rescued from the sea and the ship went down with an estimated 3-5 thousand gallons of diesel fuel on-board. The NOAA SSC was contacted on that afternoon for for oil fate and movement support and a discussion of resources at risk."

9816,2018-11-07,Abandoned Spraying Wellhead,"Mud Lake, Louisiana",29.48288889,-90.01891667,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,,0,"On November 7, 2018, the NOAA SSC in New Orleans was contacted regarding a discharging wellhead in Mud Lake, Louisiana. The well head appeared to be abandoned and was observed to be spraying crude oil into the air and staining surrounding vegetation. A 500 to 600 foot rainbow sheen was observed in the vicinity of the well. USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory."

9814,2018-10-30,Sunken F/V Wild Bunch,"Off Ewa Beach, Oahu, HI",21.291445937371,-157.991457721169,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 30, 2018, the USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA Emergency Response Division (ERD) to request oil fate & transport for a sunken vessel F/V Wild Bunch that sank off Ewa Beach at 1200 hrs HST."

9815,2018-10-27,"Yacht GRAND MARIANA 1, Saipan","Saipan, CNMI",15.2215,145.719,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 25, 2018, the Yacht GRAND MARIANA 1 grounded off Smiling Cove in Saipan during Super Typhoon YUTU. USCG Sector Guam has been responding to ligher fuel and possibly remove the vessel. The NOAA SSC for the Pacific Islands and NOAA NMFS natural resource experts in Saipan and Guam have been providing guidance to USCG to minimize injury to natural resources during operations. NMFS has provided Best Management Practices and information on natural resources at risk in the area, including those in the nearby National Park."

9813,2018-10-24,Newtok Tank Farm,"Newtok, AK",60.941705,-164.633744,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,15000,0,"On October 6,2018, the Newtok, Alaska, Tank Farm reported a home heating oil leak into secondary containment. A follow-up site inspection of the site by USCG revealed that two 12000 gallon tanks are leaning and could potentially tip over releasing 24000 gallons of home heating oil into the Kealavik (aka Newtok) River. The USCG has requested a summary of the resources at risk to a fuel spill at this site."

9812,2018-10-17,Tiger Pass Unknown Liquid Release,"Venice, LA, USA",29.25616667,-89.32983333,Other,,unknown,,,,,,110,0,"On October 17, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of an unknown substance from 2 barrels that were spotted on the lower Mississippi River. The USCG deployed a field team to oversee the recovery of the barrels and collect a sample of the material."

9811,2018-10-16,"Mystery Sheen, South Pass, LA",Louisiana,28.92583333,-88.97483333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At 11:45 CDT on October 16, 2018 the NOAA SSC was notified of a 9 miles long X 3/4 miles wide mystery rainbow sheen in South Pass. USCG requested fate & trajectory."

9810,2018-10-15,M/V Candy Store,"Cameron, LA, USA",29.7959109,-93.33086,Oil,,,,,,,,,3,"On October 15, 2018, the USCG Lake Charles, LA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of 850-900gal of diesel fuel resulting from a vessel that reportedly grounded on the Cameron, LA Jetty. The vessel was then beached on the North End of Monkey Island. USCG requests a trajectory analysis and potential resources at risk."

9808,2018-10-09,P/V Grand Sun,"Breton Sound, LA",29.82527778,-89.28711111,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On October 8, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a passenger vessel that caught fire in Breton Sound, LA. Four crew were rescued and the vessel was left in the water until the RP conducted a survey that deemed the vessel towable. The vessel was reported to contain 3500gal of diesel fuel and 40gal of lube oil. Although there was no reported discharge at the time of the request, the USCG requests a fate and trajectory for the petroleum products on board."

9807,2018-10-08,Hurricane Michael,Gulf of Mexico,29.94,-85.41,Other,Hurricane|Marine Debris,,,,,,,,0,"This hotline was opened to capture response information for Hurricane Michael. USCG Mobile has set Port Condition X Ray for all ports and the GIWW from Gulfport to Port Panama City. At 1800c, Port condition Yankee will be put in place for all these areas as well."

9805,2018-10-04,Hilcorp East Bay Baptiste facility Discharge,"Port Sulphur, LA, USA",29.45666667,-89.84333333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,42,0,"On October 3, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a discharge of oil from Hilcorp's Bay Baptiste facility into the adjacent waterway, resulting in an app. 0.5mi x25yd sheen."

9806,2018-10-04,Plains Marketing-St James Facility MM 157,"St James, LA",29.98811111,-90.83305556,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,42,0,"On October 4, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of crude oil into the Mississippi River. The discharge occurred while workers were doing construction on an active pipeline, and source is reported secure."

9804,2018-10-03,"Rollover Accident, Providence, RI","Providence, RI",41.80144444,-71.40070278,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At approximately 7:00 PM on Oct. 3rd a tank truck carrying 12,000 gallons of gasoline turned over and ruptured on an over-pass in south Providence, spilling almost the entire load. The gasoline ran down the incline and into storm water catch basins that lead to the Providence River. The Providence Fire Department deployed an as yet unknown amount of AFFF foam and the state and US Coast Guard were notified. The Coast Guard contacted the NOAA SSC at 10:30 PM to begin discussions on tactics and impacts."

9803,2018-10-02,Breton Sound Tank Battery 53,Breton Sound,29.42861111,-89.13527778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Beginning on ~28SEP2018, the USCG federalized the clean up of the Tank Battery structure and began removing oil from the structure. On 02OCT2018 @ 1230CDT it was reported that app 6-8bbls of crude oil was discharged into the water. USCG is requesting the fate and trajectory of the discharged oil."

9802,2018-10-02,F/V San Diego Grounding,"Approximately 7 miles NW of Key West, FL",24.38,-81.53,Oil,Grounding,Oil,,,,,,3000,0,"On October 2, 2018 at 08:45 ET the F/V San Diego shrimping vessel grounded on a jetty approximately 7 miles NW of Key West. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC requesting a fate & transport for potential discharge of 3000 gallons of marine diesel."

9800,2018-09-28,F-35 Crash Beaufort SC,"Sheldon, SC, USA",32.51994444,-80.80922222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 28, 2018, the USCG D7 reported a military F-35 crashed 1 mile west of the Marine air station in Beaufort SC off Little Barnwell Island. The aircraft had 1950 gallons of jet A fuel onboard and was in the water and on fire. NOAA has been requested to provide information pertaining to resources at risk at the crash location."

9801,2018-09-28,"M/V ANNE DAVIS Sinking Lake Ferguson, MS","Greenville, MS",33.36975,-91.10052,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 28 September, 2018 the USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the sinking of Inspected Towing Vessel, ANNE DAVIS. An estimated 150 gallons of hydraulic oil, lube oil, waste oil, and red dye diesel was discharged. It is estimated that when the vessel sank it had approximately 4,000 gallons of diesel, 100 gallons lube oil, 100 gallons of hydraulic oil, and a small amount of waste oil onboard. The USCG has requested resources at risk information and assistance with ESA emergency consultation."

9799,2018-09-27,Salt barge MM 619 MS River,"Mississippi River, Crumrod, AR",34.10939,-90.94105,Chemical,,salt,,,,,,,0,"On 9/27/2018, the USCG Sector Lower MS River contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken salt barge near Mile Marker (MM) 619 on the Mississippi River. The USCG requested fate and effects for the cargo of 3,000 tons of salt."

9798,2018-09-24,Monarch Granite Point,"Cook Inlet, Alaska",60.95556,-151.33194,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"On 6-Sep-2018, Hilcorp reported a sheen incident 400 feet NE of their Granite Point oil drilling platform in Cook Inlet. The sheen is believed to be from a sunken vessel, Monarch. The USCG recovered sheen samples and would like NOAA to analyze the samples and determine the oil type."

9797,2018-09-21,Whale Carcass Trajectory,"San Juan Islands, WA",48.538242,-122.826139,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 14, 2018 NOAA Fisheries' Regional Stranding Coordinator contacted ERD for information pertaining to possible locations of a deceased and drifting whale. The Regional Stranding Coordinator has requested a trajectory to help guide a search for the drifting carcass."

9795,2018-09-18,F/V Captain M&M,"Cameron, LA USA",29.656389,-93.824167,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On September 18, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Port Arthur regarding the collision of a Fishing Vesse off of Sabine Pass. The USCG is requesting a Fate and Trajectory in order to determine future actions regarding the vessel. No release has occurred at this time."

9796,2018-09-18,Vessel Star Suzanna,"Buras, LA, USA",29.45034,-89.609909,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 18, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a sheen reported around Mississippi River Mile Marker 34 by the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's office. The sheen was described to be a reddish-brown substance, potentially diesel. USCG Sector New Orleans will continue to gather information about the sheen."

9794,2018-09-12,T/V Jacob Kyle Rusthoven,"MM 664 Mississippi River (near Helena, AR)",34.53123,-90.56349,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On September 12, 2018 at 1:44 p.m. ET, the National Response Center received a report of a potential discharge of 13,300 gallons (approximately 316.7 barrels) of diesel fuel in the Lower Mississippi River (MM 670) near Helena, AR. The incident occurred on September 12, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. CT when the T/V Jacob Kyle Rusthoven carrying nine (9) loaded rock barges caught fire. The crew of the vessel abandoned ship and were retrieved by a nearby vessel and three (3) of the barges broke free in the river. USCG requested initial Resources at Risk."

9793,2018-09-11,NECCO Plant: Anhydrous Ammonia,"135 American Legion Hwy, Revere, MA 02151, USA",42.4140681,-71.0033553,Chemical,,Anhydrous Ammonia,,,,,,35000,0,"On the morning of Sept. 11, 2018 the USCG Sector Boston was contact by the Revere Fire Department regarding a release of ammonia due to cross-contamination of a copper piping system for water and a tank of anhydrous ammonia. Concerns remain about the potential for additional release from the 35,000 gallon anhydrous tank contained within plant. NOAA SSC and the NOAA chemistry specialist have been contacted and are working with the Coast Guard."

9791,2018-09-10,Corpus Christi Sinking Vessel,"35 miles east of Port Aransas, TX",27.76466667,-96.49366667,Oil,,"oil, diesel & Lube oil",,,,,,,1,"On 10SEP18 @ 0345CDT the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Corpus Christi regarding a currently sinking vessel app 30mi offshore with a potential discharge of 4000gal diesel, 100gal lube oil. The USCG is requesting a trajectory and fate."

9792,2018-09-10,"LOBO Tank Battery 12, Well 161","Venice, LA, USA",29.31444444,-89.285,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 10, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of 20-40 gallons of oil from LONO's tank battery 12 facility well 161. The source has been reported as secure, and the clean up of marsh is being conducted."

9789,2018-09-09,Hurricane Florence,"North Carolina, USA",33.9798087287246,-77.958984375,Other,Hurricane,fuel and hazmats,,,,,,,3,"Florence become a major hurricane on Monday September 10. Landfall is expected near the Cape Fear/Wilmington, NC area later in the week. NWS expects significant storm surge, elevated wind speeds, heavy rains, flooding, high surf and dangerous rip currents. This hotline was opened to capture information about the storm."

9790,2018-09-09,"TPIC Well head Leak, Mississippi River Delta","Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.24555556,-89.19916667,Oil,,oil,1,,,,,63,0,"On September 9, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a well head leak resulting in the discharge of 1.5bbl of crude Oil."

9787,2018-09-07,Satellite Report Mystery Spill,SE of Cape Cod,41.01944444,-68.87861111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 6, 2018. NOAA NESDIS issued an unconfirmed report of oil 65 miles SE of Cape Cod. It is not associated with any known historic source. Two vessels were in the area and NOAA is assisting US Coast Guard with gathering information."

9788,2018-09-06,"Port Reading, NJ Diesel Fuel Spill","Kill Van Kull, USA",40.5518959259611,-74.2538452148438,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,1,,,,5000,1,"On 6 September, 2018, USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a diesel fuel spill that ocurred at the Buckeye Terminal, Port Reading, N.J. as a result of a mechanical failuter during a barge loading operation."

9785,2018-08-31,F/V Master D,"40 miles east of Port Isabel, Texas",26.131,-96.41333333,Oil,,"oil, diesel & Lube oil",,,,,,23000,2,"On August 31, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Corpus Christie regarding a fire aboard the FV Master D. Potential onboard is 23,000 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons lube oil. The incident occurred approx 38 miles offshore. It was reported that there is a 1/2 mile sheen behind the vessel. USCG is requesting a Trajectory and potential resources at risk."

9786,2018-08-31,YP207 Vessel Sinking,"Pautuxent River, Maryland, USA",38.3011,-76.46108333,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,0,,,,200,0,"On August 31, 2018, USCG Sector Maryland NCR notifified the NOAA SSC that a privately owned former Navy vessel, while being towed, sank at an anchorage in the Pautuxent River. An estimated 150-200 gallons of residual fuel oil has been discharge. USCG requested information on potential resources at risk."

9784,2018-08-30,Corpus Christi Inner Harbor Discharge,"Nueces Bay, Corpus Christi, TX USA",27.81277778,-97.41472222,Oil,,"Oil, API ~ 34",1,0,,,,840,1,"On August 30, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Corpus Christi regarding a discharge of oil in the Corpus Christi inner harbor from an overloaded barge. An estimated 1,176 gallons of oil was discharged. USCG requested a potential resources at risk and trajectory."

9783,2018-08-29,Barge CBR 2017,"Port Arthur, TX USA",29.85833333,-93.94111111,Oil,,Diesel - Non Marine,1,,,,,13272,1,"On August 29, 2018 , the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a collision of a two vessels. The incident occurred at ~ 1555CDT. The USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory."

9782,2018-08-24,F/V HIT LIST Fire,"2 Ferry Wharf, Newburyport, MA, USA",42.8132847346801,-70.869197845459,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,0,,,,,500,0,"On August 24, 2018, the USCG Sector Boston notified NOAA that a 42 foot tuna boat caught fire at the dock in the Merrimack River, Newbury Port, MA. The vessel had 500 gallons of marine diesel onboard when it caught fire and sank at the dock. USCG requested trajectory"

9781,2018-08-23,"Hurricane Lane, Hawaiian Islands",South of Main Hawaiian Islands,17.8,-157.9,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"Hurricane Lane, located about 180 miles southwest of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, continues to move slowly north-northwest toward the islands. Lane is currently a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. A Hotline was established August 23, 2018 for any support NOAA ERD may provide in response to the effects of the hurricane."

9780,2018-08-23,Vermilion Gasoline/Asphalt Marina Discharge,"Vermilion, OH",41.4141047628814,-82.3523247241974,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,830,0,"On August 23, 2018, MSU Cleveland notified the NOAA SSC about an Incident that was discovered on Friday 17 August 2018. An 8000 gallon above ground gasoline tank at a local marina developed a leak somewhere along its underground line connecting the fuel pumps along the dock. Approximately 829 gallons of gasoline is unaccounted. The majority of the product is believed to be saturated in the ground under the asphalt and slowly leaching out causing a rainbow sheen and deteriorated asphalt to enter the Vermilion River. USCG is requesting Resources at Risk."

9778,2018-08-22,"Synthetic Oil Spill Blount Island Jacksonville, FL","Jacksonville, FL, USA",30.38,-81.61,Oil,,Synthetic oil,,,,,,2800,2,"On August 22, 2018, the USCG Sector Jacksonville reported a 2800 gallon spill of a sythetic oil ( Amalie XLO Ultimate Synthetic Blend 15W40) from a tank on the deck of a barge at the Blount Island terminal in Jacksonville, FL. NOAA OR&R was requested to provide a trajectory, oil fate, weather forecast and a resources at risk report."

9776,2018-08-14,Main Pass 69 Sheen,"Mississippi River Delta, USA",29.213,-89.046,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 14, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sheen reported on 13AUG2018 @ 1534 for an unknown amount of oil discharging from an unknown source resulting in an estimated 0.25nm long and 50ft wide sheen in the water."

9773,2018-08-13,"Ex-USS PRINZ EUGEN, Kwajalein Atoll, RMI","Kwajalein Atoll, RMI",8.75244444,167.68522222,Oil,Coral|Historic Wreck,Navy Special Fuel Oil,,,,,,11610,1,"U.S. Navy SUPSALV has contacted the NOAA SSC for the Pacific Islands to request trajectory support in the event of an oil release during planned operations on the sunken Ex-USS PRINZ EUGEN in Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. The 700-foot German heavy cruiser sank in December 1946 but still contains fuel oil. The NOAA ERD Scientific Support Team is putting together information on the likely oil trajectory in the event of a release, as well as information on chemistry and expected persistence of Navy Special Fuel Oil ."

9774,2018-08-13,Mystery Slick Gulf of Mexico,Gulf of Mexico,28.81666667,-90.3,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 13, 2018, the USCG received multiple reports of a mystery slick approximately 15 miles south of Timbalier Bay. USCG requested that NOAA review photos of this slick."

9772,2018-08-12,Grounded F/V Pacific Quest,"Santa Cruz, CA",36.9482470157912,-122.066545753866,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1200,2,"On August 12, 2018, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) staff contacted the NOAA SSC about a grounded fishing vessel just outside Santa Cruz, CA at the base of the bluff near UC Santa Cruz’s Seymour Marine Discovery Center. The vessel is carrying 1,200 gallons of diesel. Responders on-scene have requested a trajectory."

9771,2018-08-10,"Failed Wellhead, Gulf of Mexico","Port Arthur, TX",29.65722222,-93.99055556,Oil,,oil,,,,,,8400,0,"On August 10, 2018, the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a failed well head that has a potential to discharge crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico once repair operations begin. Operations will most likely begin early next week. The USCG is requesting preliminary trajectory and fate if oil discharges."

9768,2018-08-07,Mystery Sheen MC 807,Gulf of Mexico,28.16944444,-89.22305556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 7, 2018, the USCG Houma, LA, requested support in responding to a NESDIS Satellite Marine Pollution Surveillance Report. The report, received Aug 06 2018, found a potential sheen estimated to be 8 nm by 0.2 nm in length. The USCG requesting assistance from the NOAA SSC in identifying potential source of sheen including EPA regulated ocean disposal sites."

9767,2018-08-04,F/V BEACH RUNNER Sinking,United States,38.86805556,-74.71888889,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,200,1,"On 4 August at 2:30pm, USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC that the F/V BEACH RUNNER, sank 9 miles offshore of Capr May, NJ. 200 gallons of diesel fuelwere discharged. USCG requested verbal trajectory."

9766,2018-08-02,Oil Transfer Accident / Chemistry Support,"Klamath Falls, OR",42.1980035539276,-121.773834228516,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 2nd, 2018, the NOAA Regional Response Officer was contacted by Oregon State On-Scene Coordinator with regard to an oil transfer accident in Klamath Falls, OR. Upon initiating oil transfer (truck to storage tank) operator was burned by an extremely hot fluid exiting the hose/tank coupling. A brown-yellow vapor was observed exiting the tank. Information on possible chemical reactions causing this scenario is requested."

9764,2018-07-28,Fieldwood Energy Platform Mystery Sheen,offshore LA,28.31944444,-91.615,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 28, 2018, the USCG MSU Houma notified the NOAA SCC regarding a mystery 'sheen' spotted from Fieldwood Energy Platform EI 307A. The sheen was described as thick/milky white with brown streaks. The USCG requested review of photo."

9765,2018-07-28,NESDIS Mystery Sheen GOM,offshore LA,29.35305556,-88.39916667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 28, 2018, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC regarding an anomaly (potential mystery sheen) identified by NESDIS satellite imagery. The USCG requested review of the NESDIS imagery and general trajectory."

9762,2018-07-27,FV O'letta,"Cordova, AK",60.6005,-145.9615,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On July 26, 2018, the USCG Marine Safety Unit (MSU) Valdez reported that the FV O'letta sank in 32 feet of water near Cordova, AK with an estimated 15000 pounds of salmon on board. The vessel has an estimated 600 gallons of diesel on board. There was a sheen observed, and boom was deployed around the vessel. The USCG is requesting a resources at risk report."

9763,2018-07-27,"Vessel MAKALII, Niihau, HI","North Shore of Niihau Island, HI",22.003619,-160.078663,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On July 27, 2018, the USCG contacted the Scientific Support Coordinator for the Pacific Islands to request an oil trajectory and persistence forecast in the event of diesel release from the distressed vessel MAKALII on the north shore of Niihau Island, Hawaii. The 34-foot fiberglass vessel is reported to be carrying approximately 500 gallons of diesel."

9761,2018-07-26,FV Pacific Knight,"Clark's Point, AK",58.86043,-158.5345,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On July 25, 2018, the USCG Sector Anchorage reported that the FV Pacific Knight, a fishing tender, capsized in Nushagak Bay, approximately 11 miles south of Dillingham. The vessel reportedly had 800 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons of hydraulic oil onboard. A sheen is observed on the water. The USCG conducted a SAR. ADFG issued an emergency fishing closure."

9760,2018-07-26,"Submerged Pipe Release, Huron, OH","Huron, OH",41.381628,-82.479287,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,,0,"On July 26, 2018, MSU Toledo contacted the SSC with a report of a 4" diameter pipe with a rubber cap 50 feet offshore that is discharging 1-2 droplets of unknown oil every 5-10 minutes. The droplets create a 10-12"" sheen before dissipating within minutes. The USCG requested a resources at risk for the area near the pipe."

9759,2018-07-24,Tug Sea Cypress Grounding,"Lavallette Beach, NJ, USA",39.97,-74.06,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,17000,1,"USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC at 0530 hours on 24 July 2018 that the Tug Sea Cypress ran aground on a beach earlier this morning onLavallette Beach, New Jersey. Tug has 17,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board, USCG reported no discharge at this time."

9758,2018-07-22,Romere Pass Crude Oil Spill,"Romere Pass, LA",29.288752,-89.252792,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 21, 2018, a Texas Petroleum Investment Company 3 inch flow line discharged approximately 30 gallons of crude oil into Romere Pass, LA. The USCG monitoring is clean up activities."

9757,2018-07-19,Subsea Ethylene Glycol release,MC 474,28.5169694404011,-90.362548828125,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 19, 2018, the USCG Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a release of approx 17,000 gallons of ethylene glycol from a BP subsea platform line at a depth greater than 6,500 ft. Release occurred from July 11-17 approx 16 miles off shore. USCG requested anticipated product fate and potential impacts."

9756,2018-07-17,Mystery Plume in Lake Michigan,"North Chicago, IL",42.33565556,-87.81744722,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 17th, 2018, the USCG Auxiliary photographed an unknown plume in Lake Michigan off Sunderland Creek. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC for assistance interpreting photographs."

9755,2018-07-17,"Sinking Fishing Vessel, LA","Leeville, LA , USA",29.07388889,-90.28305556,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,700,0,"On July 17, 2018, the USCG Sector Houma contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sinking fishing vessel. The vessel is carrying marine diesel, and the USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory of the product. NRC# 121864."

9754,2018-07-13,Gambell Fuel Release,"Gambell, AK",63.781305,-171.728,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,2600,0,"On 13 July 2018, USCG Sector Anchorage received a report of a fuel (diesel or home heating oil) spill in Gambell, AK. The amount released is potentially 2000 to 2600 gallons. SSC support was requested to discuss site characterization and potential response options."

9753,2018-07-13,Hilcorp Pipeline Leak,"Terrebone Bay, LA, USA",29.09905556,-90.45,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,630,0,"On July 13, 2018, USCG MSU Houma contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of crude oil from a transfer line in Terrebonne Bay due to a pinhole leak discovered at 1740CDT. The source has been reported to be secured. The USCG is requesting a fate, trajectory, and potential resources at risk."

9752,2018-07-13,Vermillion Block 228 Discharge,"LA, USA",28.660917,-92.326417,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,600,0,"On July 13, 2018, the USCG MSU Houma contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 3mi x 2 mi oil discharge in within Vermillion Block 228, ~60mi off shore. The discharge is believed to be from a 10mi x 8"" pipeline ~120 feet below the surface of the water. The USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory."

9750,2018-07-09,MAERSK SHANGHAI Marine Debris,"Offshore, North Carolina, United States",34.7574096372601,-76.1627197265625,Other,,Marine Debris - Containers,,,,,,16,0,"On July 9, 2018, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that lost containers resulting from a previous incident that took place off the coast of North Carolina in March 2018 are now spilling their contents. USCG Sector North Carolina has requested support to mitigate this threat to public safety, marine life and potentially the USS MONITOR NMS."

9749,2018-07-04,Grounded Longliner SEA GODDESS,"Off Reef Runway, Honolulu, HI 96819, USA",21.3045,-157.93366667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,8000,0,"On July 4, 2018, the USCG Sector Honolulu has notified the NOAA SSC for the Pacific Islands that the 83-foot steel-hulled Longliner SEA GODDESS grounded early this morning off the middle of the reef runway at the Honolulu Airport. No sheen or oil release has been observed or reported at this time. The vessel is reported to be carrying 8000 gallons of diesel and 500 gallons of oily waste. A trajectory analyses in the event of release was requested."

9751,2018-07-03,F/V LEONA Sinking,"Sitka, AK",56.96855,-135.42411,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,140,0,"On July 02, 2018, the F/V LEONA, a 33' wooden fishing vessel with approximately 140 gallons of diesel fuel onboard, began taking on water. Searches by USCG MSD Sitka (via vessel) and Air Station Sitka (via Helicopter) observed a sheen on the water approximately 2 miles long by 30 meters wide but were unable to locate the vessel and it is presumed to have sank. USCG MSD Sitka requested a fates and trajectoryanalysis for this event."

9747,2018-07-02,"Abandon Building Discharge Port Huron, MI","Port Huron, MI",42.98554722,-82.43755556,Oil,,#2 Fuel Oil,,,,,,120000,0,"On July 02, 2018, the USCG Sector Detroit contacted the NOAA SSC about an abandoned warehouse that was destroyed in a fire on June 22, 2018. Damaged fuel tanks at the site resulted in an unknown amount of #2 home heating oil being discharged into the Black River. The estimated remaining potential is 120,000 gallons in 6 unruptured tanks. USCG is requesting resources at risk and response strategies."

9748,2018-07-02,SEAPORT CANAVERAL NORTH CARGO PIER 1B,"Port Canaveral, FL 32920, USA",28.414439,-80.611344,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 26, 2018 a an unconfirmed amount (""small"") of #6 oil discharged from the Tanker New Constellation during bunkering operations due to a leak in the line. The NOAA SSC was contacted on 2 JUL 2018 regarding use of surface washing agent to remove weathered oil from manmade structures along the pier as conventional removal methods have proven inadequate to meet cleanup endpoints."

9746,2018-07-01,"Broken up vessel ""Dickey Byrd""","Santa Cruz, CA, USA",36.95,-122.1,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,40,0,"On July 1, 2018, the USCG Sector San Francisco staff contacted their NOAA SSC about the vessel "Dickey Bird" that had been the subject of a search and rescue case, but was now broken up offshore near Grotto Beach near Santa Cruz, CA. The vessel is believed to contain 40 gallons of diesel fuel. Given the proximity to sensitive shorelines, the USCG requested information on oil fate & transport."

9745,2018-06-27,Bayland 49 Platform Discharge,"Tabbs Bay, TX 77514",29.70436944,-94.70159444,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,1680,0,"On June 27, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Houston-Galveston regarding the discharge of crude oil into the water in the vicinity of Tabbs Bay, TX. OMI has been contracted to conduct the cleanup. There have been no reports of oiled wildlife."

9744,2018-06-27,TPIC Black Lake Spill,"Taylor Oil Rd, Hackberry, LA 70645, USA",29.99414444,-93.439025,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,1,,,,260,0,"On June 27, 2018, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of crude oil (API 31.7) into Black Lake, LA. The discharge was reported to be caused by a pinhole leak in the line from the wellhead just before the line enters the heat exchanger from where it is transferred to the tank battery. The source has been reported as secured. The USCG is working with the RP in the recovery and cleanup of the discharged oil. The USCG has requested a trajectory and Resources at Risk."

9743,2018-06-25,"Stranded Vehicle, Sea Rim State Park, TX","Sabine Pass, TX",29.6825,-93.9832,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,,0,"On June 25, 2018, MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA SSC for evaluation of potential listed species present at Sea Rim State Park, TX, where a vehicle with a potential of 15-20 gallons of gasoline was stranded in the surf zone. No sheening has been observed. Phone support provided. Owner will attempt to recover vehicle."

9742,2018-06-22,FL Keys Algal Bloom and Fish Kill,"Summerland Key, FL, USA",24.660491,-81.429489,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 22, 2018, the NOAA SSC was contacted by the FL Keys National Marine Sanctuary to report a large algal bloom and associated fish kill that began on June 21 and is continuing. ORR is checking with NESDIS and NCCOS for remote imagery and HABS monitoring information that could help define the bloom area that could then be modeled for a trajectory."

9740,2018-06-18,M/V Paul R. Tregurtha Engine Room Fire,"Brimley, MI",46.52516667,-84.70538889,Chemical,,Caustic Soda Solution,,,,,,90000,2,"On the morning of June 18th, 2018, the M/V Paul R. Tregurtha, a 1,013 foot bulk carrier suffered an engine room fire. The vessel is carrying 68,200 tons of coal, 124,000 gallons of fuel, and 90,000 gallons of caustic soda. USCG has requested a trajectory and fate and effects for caustic soda and intermediate fuel oil. No reports of pollution, all crewmembers accounted for."

9739,2018-06-17,M/V American Spirit Grounding,"Duluth, MN",46.779491237267,-92.0968008041382,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,110000,2,"On June 17, 2018, M/V American Spirit ran aground while approaching Duluth Harbor, MN. Vessel is reported to be carrying 110,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil. There are reports of a potential spill and a smell of fuel oil. MSU Duluth is requesting trajectory, fate and effects, and resources at risk."

9738,2018-06-14,Mystery Slick Mississippi Canyon 773,Gulf of Mexico,28.20861111,-88.73722222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 14, 2018, the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) identified a 6.5nm mystery slick 68 miles off the Louisiana coast. The DOI Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) conducted an overflight and the USCG requested trajectory and fate."

9736,2018-06-13,Bretton Woods Hotel (inland),"Great Hall, 310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd, Bretton Woods, NH 03575, USA",44.2572787,-71.4394811,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 13, 2018, the NOAA SSC was notified of a release of 250 gal of #6 fuel oil that occurred on May 29, 2018 from the boiler house of the Omni Mount Washington Hotel. The oil beneath the boiler house migrated to the adjacent wetlands and possibly impacted the Ammonoosuc River. NOAA was contacted by NH Fish & Game for assistance in considering restoration option for a freshwater marsh."

9735,2018-06-13,Mystery Slick: iSTOP Report,Beyond the Continental Shelf,38.64027778,-67.58222222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 12, 2018, the Environment & Climate Change Canada's iSTOP satellite service notified the National Response Center (NRC) of an anomaly (believed to be oil) off the mid-Atlantic bight.. The USCG is investigating and contacted NOAA for additional information."

9737,2018-06-12,Forefront Timbalier Bay Spill,"Timbalier Bay, LA",29.07794444,-90.34338889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 12, 2018, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that a non-producing (shut in) well was leaking from the well casing and had released an estimated 2-4 bbls of crude oil into Timbalier Bay, LA."

9734,2018-06-09,M/V Seavoyager,"Galveston, TX",29.07027778,-94.29277778,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,294000,0,"On June 08, 2018, the National Response Center received a report that the laden tanker MV Seavoyager had grounded 27 nautical miles southeast of Galveston, TX. The incident occurred on June 07, 2018 at 9:36 p.m. CT as the vessel was departing the Galveston area. The vessel was later refloated and taken to the Galveston Fairway anchorage for further survey. No pollution was detected. All tanks were sounded with no discrepancies observed. A Coast Guard overflight confirmed there was no visible discharge from the vessel."

9732,2018-06-07,AFFF Release at Selfridge ANGB/Air Station Detroit,"Harrison Charter Township, MI, USA",42.6104595,-82.8317486,Chemical,,AFFF,,,,,,800,0,"On June 07, 2018, the USCG District 9 notified the Great Lakes SSC about an AFFF (firefighting foam) release at Selfridge ANGB/Air Station Detroit. The volume is estimated to be approximately 1000 gallons. The USCG has requested information on AFFF toxicity and environmental concerns."

9733,2018-06-07,"M/V Sunfighter Allision in Breton Sound, LA","Louisiana, United States",29.7214519167,-89.1313934326,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 7, 2018, the M/V Sunfighter struck the Breton Sound 18 platform owned by Lobo Operating, Inc.. An estimated 20 bbls of crude oil was released into Breton Sound. The USCG requested a trajectory and fate analysis."

9731,2018-06-07,Whitney Pipeline Spill Pass A Loutre,"Pass A Loutre Wildlife Management Area, Louisiana",29.07155556,-89.17683333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 7, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a potential 28 bbl spill from a pipeline in the Pass A Loutre State Wildlife Management Area, Louisiana. NOAA provided potential resources at risk."

9730,2018-06-05,Judd Cove Trawler,"Eastsound, WA, USA",48.684833,-122.920861,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,1,"On June 5, 2018, the Washington State Department of Ecology notified the NW SSC of a recreational vessel sinking in Judd Bay, Orcas Island, WA. The vessel caught fire and sank, resulting in a diesel spill. Amount released is unknown."

9729,2018-06-04,Siempre Energy Discharge,"Baytown, TX, USA",29.70333333,-94.98611111,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,,0,"On 04JUN2018, the USCG Sector Houston-Galveston contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of crude oil in Tabbs Bay TX. The USCG has requested a trajectory and fate."

9727,2018-05-29,Sunken Vessel - Ocean Beach,"San Francisco, CA",37.76,-122.63666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 29, 2018, the USCG Sector San Francisco notified ERD's Oceanographer On Duty of a sunken fishing vessel 9 miles SW of the Golden Gate Bridge (37 45.6 N, 122 38.2 W). The vessel's closest point of land is Ocean Beach at 6.5 miles to the west. The estimated maximum potential discharge is 400 g of diesel. A description of the product's fate is requested."

9726,2018-05-29,T/V Chem Norma,"Morrisburg, ON Canada",44.89288,-75.1755,Chemical,Grounding,Naptha Solvent,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of June 29th, 2018, T/V Chem Norma grounded between Iriquois and Messena in Canadian waters. It is carrying 11 Metric Tons on Alkylated Arylamine and an unknown quantity of fuel and oil. There are no reports of pollution or discharges. Sector Buffalo contacted SSC and requested fate and effects of Alkylated Arylamine."

9725,2018-05-27,Tarball Incident: SE Florida,"Lighthouse Point, FL, USA",26.2765872673,-80.0765991211,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 27, 2018, the USCG Sector Miami reported that weathered tarballs have washed ashore in three beach locations in Florida. 0.5 miles at Lake Worth, 1.5 miles at Delray Beach, and 1.5 miles at Pompano. USCG plans to employ cleanup contractors tomorrow and conduct SCAT between Pompano and Delray tomorrow morning. NOAA is trying to evaluate potential hindcast source location and RAR information pertaining to potential turtle nesting activities."

9724,2018-05-25,"M/V Durango, TX","Port Bolivar, TX",29.3673,-94.7205,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On MAY 25, 2018, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a discharge of #6 Oil from a tank vessel at the Bolivar Roads Anchorage. The reported potential discharge is 21gal. The USCG is requesting a fate and trajectory."

9723,2018-05-19,FV Kelli J,"Willipa Bay, South Bend, WA",46.58833333,-123.97166667,Oil,,,,,,,,,3,"On Sunday, 20MAY18, the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted the SSC, NW Region, requesting fate and trajectory analysis of 500 gallons of diesel from a fishing vessel, the Kelli J, that sank in Willipa Bay, WA. Initially a SAR case, the missing fisherman was later found by divers inside the sunken vessel prior to it being refloated."

9722,2018-05-08,New Orleans Terminal - DHS015,"Terminal Dr, New Orleans, LA, USA",29.9131454,-90.1250046,Chemical,,Morpholine,,,,,,,0,"On May 8, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of a Hazardous Materials release at a terminal in New Orleans that resulted in 3 persons being exposed to a hazardous material. As a safety precaution, Nola Terminal and Ports of America shut down operations, evacuated the surrounding area and isolated the tanks in question. One tank, carrying Crude Turpentine (UN 1993), had off-gassed from the pressure relief valve. Air monitoring was conducted, the evacuation was lifted and operations resumed.Their are no further public safety concerns and operations are back to normal. Personnel from the Coast Guard are doing well and have been released to go home. The tanks will continue to be isolated and monitored while in port. Case closed. NRC# 1211589 <>"

9721,2018-05-08,Norwalk River Sodium Bisulfite Discharge,"Norwalk, CT, USA",41.11,-73.41,Chemical,,Sodium Bisulfite,,,,,,3500,0,"On May 8, 2018, the USCG Sector Long Island Sound notified the NOAA SSC of a discharge of 3500 gallons of a 37% Sodium Bisulfite solution into the Norwalk River, CT, from a leaking above ground storage tank. The incident was discovered at 1330 hours (local) on May 8, but the discharge is believed to have taken place over the past 30 hours. USCG requested information on the potential fate and behavior of the spilled material."

9720,2018-05-07,Eco Services Spent Sulfuric Acid Release,"3439 Park St, Baytown, TX 77520, USA",29.74815278,-95.00254167,Chemical,,Spent Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,6000,0,"On May 7, 2018, the USCG Sector Houston-Galveston contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a facility that released approximately 6000 pounds of Spent Sulfuric Acid into a gravel containment berm due to a hole in bottom of a 2500 ton capacity tank. The release is secured. USCG requested a safety and environmental analysis."

9713,2018-04-30,M/V MAERSK WOLFSBURG Diesel Spill,"3301 columbus blvd philadelphia, PA",39.96,-75.06,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,1000,0,"On April 30, 2018, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC about a marine diesel spill as a result of a refueling operation at Packer Marine Terminal, Philadelphia, PA. Cause unknown. Potential volume is 1,000 gallons spilled, sheen observed in Delaware River."

9719,2018-04-30,"Vessel Paradise Grounding, Key West, FL","Key West, FL",24.455217,-81.858985,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Key West reported on Friday 27 APR 2018 that the 55' vessel Paradise was aground at Rock Key Sanctuary Preservation Area off Key West, FL. Salvage attempts have been unsuccessful due to weather and sea conditions. The vessel is reported to have approximately 550 gallons of diesel and 15-20 gallons of lube oil on board. There was no release of pollution reported. A fate and trajectory analysis has been requested."

9712,2018-04-29,Southwest pass Mystery Sheen,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.0204569,-89.3667248,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,420,0,"On April 29, 20-18, the NOAA RRO was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a sheen from a wellhead reported by a transiting vessel. The USCG had requested a trajectory analysts of the discharge."

9711,2018-04-26,"Superior Refining Company Explosion Superior, WI","2425 24th Ave E, Superior, WI 54880, USA",46.69169,-92.068405,Oil,,Asphalt,,,,,,2116800,0,"On April 26, 2018, an explosion at the Superior Refining Company in Superior, WI, resulted in a large fire. USCG MSU Duluth contacted the Great Lakes SSC and requested an ALOHA model of the smoke plume"

9710,2018-04-25,Pier 88 Newark Bay Diesel Release,"Avenel, NJ",40.5805846641,-74.267578125,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,1,,,,1000,0,"On April 25, 2018, the NOAA SSC received a notification from USCG Sector New York about a 1,000 gallon diesel fuel spill that took place in Newark Bay, New Jersey during a bunkering operation. USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

9708,2018-04-24,Askinuk Tank Farm Gasoline Release,"Scammon Bay, AK",61.84361,-165.5875,Oil,,gasoline,0,0,,,,7000,1,"On 24 Apr 2018, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) reported a storage tank failed, releasing 7000 gallons of gasoline. The area is frozen and covered with snow. In addition, there are reports of sheening on the nearby river."

9706,2018-04-23,M/V Iver Exporter,"Mississippi River MM 126, LA, USA",29.99186667,-90.41411389,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,2646,1,"On April 23, 2018, the NOAA SSC in New Orleans was contacted by the USCG regarding the discharge of Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) at Mississippi River Mile Marker (MM) 126. The vessel discharged the oil during deballasting operations. USCG has requested a trajectory."

9705,2018-04-18,"Dredge Barge Fire, Port O' Connor, Matagorda Bay TX","TX 77979, USA",28.45833333,-96.38333333,Oil,,Oil - marine diesel,,,,,,18000,3,"On April 18, 2018, the USCG Sector Corpus Christie contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a dredge barge that had caught fire after alliding with a shut-in natural gas pipeline. Natural gas condensate is currently discharging from the pipeline and burning off in the fire. No injuries reported - all crew accounted for."

9704,2018-04-13,Eversource Dielectric Fluid,"16 Revere Beach Pkwy, Everett, MA 02149, USA",42.404509485,-71.0722732544,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Boston contacted the NOAA SSC on the evening of 13 April 2018 regarding a dielectric fluid leak into the Mystic River in Boston, MA. The duration of the leak is unknown, but the Responsible Party has been aware of pressure fluctuations in the lines for some time. The fluid is used to cool high voltage electric lines. NOAA SSC is going on scene Saturday morning."

9703,2018-04-13,UTV Charlie Wallace,"29 Great River Rd, Wickliffe, KY 42087, USA",36.99277,-89.15002,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 13, 2108, the USCG Sector Ohio Valley contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken vessel (UTV Charlie Wallace) at MM 980 near Cairo Bridge on Ohio River. River is closed from MM 979-981. OSRO and salvage support are enroute. Vessel carrying 1,050 gallons of diesel and 50 gallons of lube oil. No sheen reported. USCG is requesting fate and transport and RAR information."

9702,2018-04-12,High Sulfur Fuel Spill Mississippi River,"5901 Terminal Dr, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA",29.91213,-90.11694,Oil,,,,,,,,,5,"On April 12, 2018, the Singapore-flagged vessel Pac Antares struck a wharf at Mississippi River mile marker 100.6 and punctured one of the ship's fuel tanks resulting in a discharge of High Sulfur Fuel Oil. The initial worst case discharge was 114,000 gallons, but this was later revised to approximately 4200 gallons. More than 5 miles of Mississippi river is closed. Visual obs and NOAA trajectory indicate 5-6 miles currently impacted. USCG on-scene. Cleanup underway."

9700,2018-04-06,Mystery Sheen Mississippi MM 163,"8307 LA-18, St James, LA 70086, USA",30.06076667,-90.86668333,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,42,0,"On April 6, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a mystery sheen reported at Mile Marker 163 of the Mississippi River. The USCG has requested a fate and trajectory analysis for the sheen."

9699,2018-04-03,Bay Jacques Crude Spill,"23627 LA-1, Golden Meadow, LA 70357, USA",29.2975,-90.17722222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 3, 2018, the USCG MSU Houma received notification from Summit Oil and Gas, LLC that a crude oil storage tank located in Bay Jacques developed a leak and subsequently discharged approximately 80 barrels of Louisiana crude . Primary and secondary containment boom deployed. Thunderstorms predicted thru the evening. NOAA providing fate/trajectory in case of storm-related breach of the containment."

9698,2018-04-03,"Straits of Mackinac, MI Dielectric Fluid Release","6750 David Dr, Mackinaw City, MI 49701, USA",45.78872778,-84.77852222,Oil,Pipeline,Dielectric Fluid,,,,,,600,8,"On April 2, 2018, approximately 400 gallons of dielectric fluid was released from a power cable crossing the Straits of Mackinac, MI. The source spill site is approximately 400 feet offshore and covered in patchy ice. The fluid could not be secured due to the possibility of water intrusion into the cable, but the flow has been reduced to 10 gallons an hour. USCG Sault Ste. Marie has requested trajectory and resources at risk."

9696,2018-04-02,P/C Ocean Breeze aground,"San Joaquin River Delta, CA, USA",38.0976861428,-121.592988968,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On the afternoon of 02-APR-2018, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their SSC to request a hypothetical "what if" trajectory for a vessel aground in the San Joaquin River. The M/V OCEAN BREEZE reportedly has 400 gallons of diesel fuel and 50 gallons of miscellaneous other oils (motor, lube, hydraulic) on board, which are scheduled for removal tomorrow morning. No spill has occurred at this time though trajectory support has been requested to support upcoming lightering and salvage/removal operations."

9701,2018-04-02,"Pertamina Pipeline, Balikpapan Bay, Borneo",Indonesia,-1.27888554823,116.812133789,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 31, 2018, a pipeline rupture at the Indonesian port city of Balikpapan, on the island of Borneo, resulted in a major crude oil spill into Balikpapan Bay. The pipeline belongs to the state-owned oil and gas firm Pertamina. This Hotline has been opened to share information. NOAA has not yet been contacted for any support."

9695,2018-04-01,F/V MOUNT TAMGUS,"Approximately 12 NM W of Rockaway Beach, OR",45.63,-124.26,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 1, 2108, the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted NOAA regarding an overturned fishing vessel, Mount Tamgus with approximately 3000 gallons of diesel on board and lightly sheening with a 300x500 yd sheen visible. Four personnel (all on board) were rescued from the vessel by USCG Station Tillamook, OR, small boat. Boat owner notified and working with USCG on salvage plan. Fate and trajectory analysis of diesel and vessel requested."

9694,2018-03-30,"Oil & Produced Water,Dead End Well Canal, LA","385 Paradise Ln, Larose, LA 70373, USA",29.63194444,-90.25433333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 30, 2018, the USCG Houma notified the New Orleans SSC of a discharge of approx 8bbls crude oil and 78bbls produced water from secondary containment into Dead End Well Canal, LA. Release secured and the oil is contained by boom within the canal."

9693,2018-03-29,"Diesel Discharge, Rollover Bay, TX","950 N Bauer Ln, Gilchrist, TX 77617, USA",29.5102,-94.5018,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,30,0,"On March 29, 2018, the USCG notified NOAA of a small diesel spill at Rollover Island and Rollover Bay near Port Bolivar, TX. The incident occurred when an excavator on land caught fire and released diesel into the water. The maximum case discharge is 300 gallons of diesel, and the likely amount is closer to 50-60 gallons. MSU Texas City requested a Resources at Risk."

9697,2018-03-29,"Grounded Barge, Wake Island",North Pacific Ocean,19.30277778,166.60455556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 29, 2018, the USCG Sector Honolulu has notified the NOAA SSC that a barge briefly ran aground when entering the entrance channel at Wake Island. No oil was released. USCG is investigating the incident and USFWS is surveying any damage to coral in the area. USCG requested a trajectory analysis in the event of a release while the vessel is stabilized outside of the channel. The vessel is reported to be carrying an estimated 3000 gallons of oil in different capacities."

9691,2018-03-27,Vessel Debris,"Pacific Grove, CA 93950, USA",36.6378441359,-121.925794798,Other,,debris,,,,,,,0,"On March 27, 2018, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) staff contacted the local NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate of submerged vessel debris from a grounded, 35-ft sailing vessel (S/V EAN NA MARA) that broke apart on 12-JAN-2018 near Pacific Grove, CA. Subsequent dive and side scan sonar surveys have been unable to locate keel and engine. MBNMS has requested any information that might assist in future subsurface surveys for the vessel debris."

9689,2018-03-25,Bio-Diesel Discharge Kirby Inland Marine,"Industrial canal locks, Andry St. Wharf, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA",29.95075,-90.01905556,Oil,,Bio-diesel,1,1,,,,8484,0,"On March 25, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a discharge of bio diesel from a tug and barge that separated from its mooring and allided with a wharf and puncture the barge above the the water line."

9688,2018-03-23,M/V Rio Barrow,"1151 Florida A1A, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304, USA",26.12033333,-80.0725,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 23, 2018, a 900 ft cargo vessel at anchor off the entrance to Port Everglades, FL had a discharge of 500 liters of GTX-30 motor oil due to a bad seal. USCG contacted NOAA for trajectory and RAR information."

9687,2018-03-21,"Marathon Petroleum Co, Mississippi River MM140","2310 LA-44, Reserve, LA 70084, USA",30.05116111,-90.59188333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,0,,,,168,0,"On March 21, 2018, NOAA was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a discharge of approximately 4 barrels of crude oil from the Marathon Petroleum Company located at Mississippi Mile Marker 140. USCG requested a trajectory analysis. ."

9686,2018-03-18,Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Chemical Release,"18 Lucius J. Kellam Jr Bridge-Tunnel, Cape Charles, VA 23310, USA",37.0968122537,-75.9718322754,Chemical,,Chenicals,,,,,,,0,At 8:30pm on 18 March 2018 the NOAA SSC received a notification from USCG Sector Hampton Roads about a chemical release taking place during a construction project on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. USCG requested information on the chemical. NOAA SSC contacted LSU for support.

9685,2018-03-18,F/V OLE BETTS SEA,"22 miles NE of Dry Tortugas, FL",24.5,-82.88,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 18, 2018, the F/V Ole Betts Sea caught fire 22 miles NE of Dry Tortugas with 7000 gallons of diesel onboard. ORR is providing a trajectory analysis and fate and effects report. USCG is monitoring the situation."

9682,2018-03-12,M/V Diamond Express,Bahamas,26.27466667,-78.74383333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 12, 2018, the the USCG D7 was contacted by the Bahamas regarding a sinking cargo vessel carrying cement near Freeport in the Bahamas. Search and rescue underway for missing crew. Due to the location of the vessel, pollution effects to US waters or shoreline are not currently anticipated. THe SSC was copied on initial email exchanges and is standing by for further assistance if requested."

9683,2018-03-11,Helicopter Crash in the East River Five Dead,"26-02 1st St, Long Island City, NY 11102, USA",40.7784616409,-73.9390182495,Oil,,JP-5,,,,,,150,0,"On March 11, 2018, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a sightseeing helicopter that crashed into the East River, Manhattan, New York. USCG inquired about weather forecast and strategy for addressing jet fuel discharge from helicopter."

9684,2018-03-08,Tug Chief (Salvage Operation),"Salmon Bay, Lake Washington Ship Canal, WA",47.6664278084,-122.393159865,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 08, 2018, NOAA was contacted by USCG Sector Puget Sound to prepare a Resources at Risk report for a potential vessel salvage operation in Salmon Bay, WA. The Tug Chief sank in November of 2017 near the Ballard Locks in the Lake Washington Ship Canal. It was later refloated but remains a pollution threat."

9681,2018-03-07,"Derailed Train Cars Susquehanna River, DE","998 Stanford Bratton Dr, Millsboro, DE 19966, USA",39.55,-76.08,Other,Railcar,4 Train Cars,0,0,,,,0,0,"USCG Sector Maryland NCR notified the NOAA SSC that four empty rail cars had blown off the Susquehanna River Bridge and into the river on Friday, 2 March, 2018 during the nor'easter. USCG overseeing salvage efforts and requested an updated weather report."

9680,2018-03-05,MAERSK Shanghai Lost Containers,"17 Miles off Oregon Inlet, North Carolina",34.98,-75.63,Chemical,,76 40 foot long shipping containers,0,,,,,,0,"On 5 March, 2018, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that due to high winds, approximately 70 containers fell off the MAERSK SHANHAI, a container ship transiting 17 miles off the cost of Oregon Inlet, North Carolina on the evening of 3 March 2018. USCG requested information on hazmat contained in the lost containers."

9679,2018-03-04,M/V Tropic Caribe,"36 miles north of Arecebo, Puerto Rico",19.0,-66.0,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG San Juan notified the SSC at 1930 on 04 March 2018 that the 525 foot freighter Tropic Caribe was adrift 36 miles north of Arecebo, Puerto Rico with 18 souls on board and 12500 Bbls of heavy fuel oil. The ship is drifting to the south towards Puerto Rico."

9678,2018-02-26,Port Williams Shuyak Island Bunker C Spill,"Kodiak, AK",58.49033,-152.58366,Oil,,IFO No. 6 (Bunker C),,1,,,,3000,4,"On 26-Feb-2018, a 3000-gallon rubber, fuel bladder fell from the roof of a structure that failed due to bad weather. The fuel bladder is wrapped around a piling and it is presumed to now be empty, with the contents, described as a bunker-C fuel, having been discharged into the water. The USCG is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9677,2018-02-23,"Sodium Hypochlorite Drums, Buffalo Bayou","Tidal Rd, Houston, TX 77015, USA",29.74,-95.1175,Chemical,,Sodium Hypochlorite 12.5% solution,,,,,,110,0,"On February 23, 2018, two 55 gallon drums of sodium hypochlorite 12.5% solution were dropped into Buffalo Bayou when a pallet broke during loading operations. Drums reported to be intact, divers will salvage. NOAA SSC provided hazmat information to Sector Houston-Galveston IMD."

9676,2018-02-22,FV Captain MacKintire,"7 Oak Run, Kennebunkport, ME 04046, USA",43.313761,-70.38945,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"Early morning of 22 Feb 2018, the tug Capt Mackintire sank off the coast of southern Maine. Crew is secure. . UISCG Sector NNE requested the NOAA SSC to consider the potential of shoreline impacts."

9675,2018-02-21,FV Misty Blue,"13 Baxter Rd, Nantucket, MA 02554, USA",41.18366667,-69.76883333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 4, 2017, the Fishing Vessel MISTY BLUE, a clam dredger, sank approximately 13 miles south east of Nantucket, resulting in the loss of its 2 crewmen. The vessel is currently resting in approximately 90 feet of water. At the time of the incident a reported 1600 gallons of diesel and 100 gallons of lubes were onboard the vessel. A sheen was seen from this vessel for multiple days. A dive team was able to apply plastic bags over the vents and tighten the fuel fill caps around 15 Dec. USCG Sector SENE has requested the NOAA SSC to consider risks associated with the vessel and fuel."

9674,2018-02-21,"Lobo Operating, Grand Bay Tank Battery #1","Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.32083333,-89.2925,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,0,,,,294,0,"On February 21, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a crude oil discharge from Lobo Operating Grand Bay, Tank Battery #1. The discharge occurred due to a pin-hole leak on a 12' liquid line, moving product from a booster station to the facility."

9673,2018-02-17,S/V Bella Gina adrift,"off San Simeon, CA",35.61,-121.41,Other,,debris,,,,,,,1,"On February 17, 2018, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for a sailboat set adrift within the Sanctuary five days earlier. The 35-ft S/V BELLA GINA was taking on water and the subject of a search & rescue (SAR) case by USCG. The MBNMS requested modeling support to help determine where the S/V may have drifted and/or sunk."

9672,2018-02-15,Kent Bayou Discharge,"LA, USA",29.53305556,-91.10944444,Oil,,Oil,0,,,,,840,0,"On February 15, 2018, the U.S.DOI contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an ~20bbl discharge from an overflowing storage tank into the adjacent bayou. LDWF reported six (6) alligators, a multitude of migratory birds, and one bald eagle nest in the vicinity of the discharge. USCG notified. Forefront Emergency Management was reported to be leading the response on behalf of the RP. Wildlife Response Services has been activated to address any oiled wildlife."

9670,2018-02-14,FV Sea Star,United States,41.16116667,-70.92505556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On the evening of 14 Feb 2018 USCG rescued 4 souls from the sinking fishing vessel ""Sea Star"" southwest of Martha's Vineyard. The vessel sank with approximately 500-1000 gallons on board and a capacity of 3000 gallons. Sector SENE contacted the NOAA SSC at 2115 EST for oil fate information and consultation."

9669,2018-02-12,Oily water discharge Theodore Ship Channel,"Theodore, AL 36582, USA",30.5344532969,-88.1348601295,Oil,,oily water,1,1,,,,42000,0,"On February 12, 2018, the National Response Center received a report of 1000 barrels of oily waste discharged into the Middle Fork of Deer River (aka Theodore Ship Channel). The USCG Sector Mobile is enroute to determine extent of discharge. Source is secure, facility is responding. ."

9668,2018-02-10,Heavy Fuel Oil Spill Mississippi River MM 145,"4006 LA-44, Mt Airy, LA 70076, USA",30.05163056,-90.64370278,Oil,Pipeline,Heavy Fuel Oil,0,,,,,,0,"On February 10, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a HFO discharge to the Mississippi River at MM 145 that occurred at the Pin Oak Terminals, Mt. Airy, LA. Initial response has been hampered by fog. The USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division (IMD) has arranged with AIRSTA NOLA for an overflight once the fog lifts. USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

9667,2018-02-08,Breton Sound State Block 33,"Breton Sound, LA 70041, USA",29.46916667,-89.42277778,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,,0,"On February 8, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the discharge of oil resulting in an approximate 1.5mi x 50ft sheen located in Breton Sound. The observation, and subsequent notification, were reported by BSEE personnel during an overflight of the area. USCG Sector New Orleans IMD will be conducting an overflight in order to further assess the sheen size and coverage."

9666,2018-02-07,"Grounded Vessel, Chui Zai Fa No. 1, American Samoa",American Samoa,-14.33879444,-170.79001667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,14000,2,"On February 7, 2018, ghd USCG Sector Honolulu has notified the NOAA SSC that the Longliner Chu Zai Fa has grounded on coral reef approximately 200 yards off Leone Bay in American Samoa. The vessel reportedly has 14,000 gallons of diesel onboard. Diesel fumes were detected at about midnight last night, but no oil was observed on the shoreline. A trajectory forecast was requested in the event of a release."

9665,2018-02-04,"Sturgeon River Bridge Tanker Accident Chassell, MI","US-41, Chassell, MI 49916, USA",47.017553,-88.50615,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,4000,0,"On February 3, 2017, the Chassell Michigan Fire Department contacted the National Response Center regarding an accident on the State Route 41 bridge over the Sturgeon River in Houghton County, Michigan. The accident, which involved the tanker truck and 2-3 passenger vehicles, resulted in the tanker on its side and releasing up to 4,000 gallons each of diesel fuel and gasoline. At this time, both diesel and gasoline are on the ground and migrating to the Sturgeon River, which is covered in ice. The ground is also covered in up to 36" of snow and ice. EPA is requesting trajectories to assist with locating product in the river to aid in recovery."

9663,2018-02-02,PBF Energy Refinery Oil Spill,"815 Clonmell Rd, Paulsboro, NJ 08066, USA",39.8438676442,-75.2659606934,Oil,,marine diesel fuel,1,1,,,,200,0,"On February 2, 2018, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC of an oil spill that occurred earlier in the day at the PBF ENERGY Refinery, Paulsboro, New Jersey. Approximately 1,000 gallons of marine diesel spilled into the Delaware River. USCG requested a resources at risk analysis and clean up recommendations."

9664,2018-02-02,"Unidentified Tank, Blind Slough, OR","43115-43207 Pentilla Rd, Astoria, OR 97103, USA",46.20324042,-123.553361893,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 2, 2018, the NOAA Duty Officer received a call on ERD emergency spill line from USCG Sector Columbia River reporting an abandoned tank floating in Blind Slough, near Knappa, OR. The tank is 20' x 5', no reports of leakage or sheening. The contents are unknown. Weather forecast, tides and currents, map, and general analaysis based on information provided was passed along to USCG."

9661,2018-02-01,"Mystery Sheen, Offshore Cameron Parish",Lousiana,29.56,-93.14555556,Oil,,Oil (rainbow sheen),,,,,,,0,"On February 1, 2018, the USCG MSU Lake Charles contacted the NOAA SSC to evaluate if a 300 ft x 0.5 mile rainbow colored mystery sheen was potentially associated with a sunken fishing vessel or was from another potential source. Current and source analysis requested."

9662,2018-02-01,Sprague Terminal,"37 Berkeley St, Stamford, CT 06902, USA",41.04224444,-73.54472222,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On January 31, 2018, the tank barge DOUBLE SKIN 301 was off loading #2 fuel oil to the Sprague Stamford facility in Stamford, CT when a discharge occurred from a transfer hose/manifold connection. The discharge impacted the facility's dock, riprap, waterway, and side of the barge. Product that entered the waterway was contained within the hard boom that had been previously deployed for the transfer."

9659,2018-01-31,F/V Sunnfjord,"Cape Flattery, WA",48.1636428294,-124.816589383,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 31, 2018, the NOAA Regional Response Officer was notified of a vessel (F/V Sunnfjord), loaded with 800 gallons of Diesel Fuel, was in danger of sinking off Cape Flattery, WA. USCG Sector Seattle has requested a trajectory for the 800 gallons of diesel in the event the vessel is lost."

9660,2018-01-31,Yuma Exploration Platform Fire,"E, LA, USA",29.6925,-89.36638889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 31, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans IMD received report of a fire and potential discharge from an unmanned production platform out of Main Pass 4, in coastal Louisiana. The platform is operated by Yuma Exploration and Production Company. The fire was determined to be caused by a pinhole leak in the fire tube (burner) of the heater treater, which caught a Conex box on fire. The platform was shut in and the fire was extinguished using a portable pump. No discharge of oil occurred, source and fire secured. Total potential was 16,000 BBLs of crude and oily mixtures."

9658,2018-01-30,Peak Operating Co Oil Spill,"LA-82, Kaplan, LA 70548, USA",29.73583333,-92.36638889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 30, 2018, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC regarding a 30-35 bbl release of oil from pipeline into marsh outside of White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area. The release is secured. The USCG requested resources at risk."

9657,2018-01-29,Tug ROBIN LYNN,"Ridgeway St, St Clair Shores, MI 48080, USA",42.46513333,-82.8752,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,50000,0,"On January 29, 2018, the USCG requested assistance with an 81 foot tug boat in Lake St. Clair that has been a chronic problem for the USCG and has begun leaking again. The keel is sitting on the bottom in the marine and the water is 3 feet from the main decks, but the engine room appears to be communicating with the waters (Lake St. Clair). The vessel is iced in. In addition, the USCG is concerned about possible asbestos exposure to workers entering the vessel, so additional precautions are being considered. NOAA was contacted on 1/29/18 and is coordinating a jointly edited Resources-at-Risk with regional stakeholders."

9656,2018-01-26,Grand Isle Block 43 Produced Water Sheen,United States,29.10194,-89.984722,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 26, 2018, an unknown quantity of produced water was released from an offshore platform in Grand Isle block 43. The resulting sheen was approximately 5 x 1 mile. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC and requested a trajectory."

9655,2018-01-23,Union Pacific Used Oil Discharge - Willamette River,"1619 N River St, Portland, OR",45.5439097739,-122.685728074,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 23, 2018, the USCG contacted NOAA regarding a release of approximately 3,000 gallons of used oil into a storm drain connected to the Willamette River, Portland, Oregon. The area surrounding the outfall had been fortuitously boomed prior to the spill to contain asbestos from a nearby burned structure (River Street Warehouse). Recovery of the contained product is underway. Response officials are seeking approval, constraints, or disapproval of using hot water washing of near-river surfaces at the outfall area."

9654,2018-01-23,"Woods Hole, Mystery Spill","16 Albatross St, Woods Hole, MA 02543, USA",41.52579167,-70.67405556,Oil,,Bilge (diesel and lube oil),,,,,,200,1,"On January 22, 2018, the USCG contacted NOAA regarding a mystery spill in Woods Hole (Massachusetts) Harbor that was thought to have occurred the prior day. A sheen of approximately 100x100 yards oiled parts of the harbor and shoreline including the NOAA Marine Biological Lab. The NOAA SSC was contacted on the morning of 1/22 and advised US Coast Guard on cleanup issues. Scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. took sample of the oil and have provided analysis. Cleanup and investigation continues"

9653,2018-01-22,San Diego Mystery Sheen,"Offshore San Diego, CA",32.7078088864,-117.703125067,Oil,,Possible oil,,,,,,,0,"On January 22, 2018, the USCG Sector San Diego called the NOAA Emergency Response Division to report a 6 mile by 100 foot sheen observed late yesterday, approximately 20 miles off of Point Loma, CA. The USCG requested assistance in determining whether the oil might be from a passing vessel or associated with a natural seep."

9651,2018-01-21,Highway 3 - Oil Spill,"2800-2898 St Goar St, Dickinson, TX 77539, USA",29.45693,-95.04808,Oil,,Oil Biproduct,1,1,,,,250,0,"On January 21, 2018 , the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA Regional Response Officer regarding a release approximately 250 gallons of an oil drilling fluid."

9652,2018-01-21,Hilcorp Energy's Berrwood E-5 platform Discharge,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.00027778,-89.34722222,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,1,,,,115,0,"On January 21, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the discharge of approximately 2.75bbls of crude oil from Hilcorp Energy's Berrwood E-5 platform. USCG will conduct a site visit on 21 JAN 2018"

9650,2018-01-20,Sewage Spill: Monterey Bay,"Off Salinas, CA",36.72777778,-121.8375,Other,,Sewage,,,,,,,0,"On January 19, 2018, a release of 4.9 million gallons of raw sewage was reported in Monterey Bay, CA. The raw sewage was released through the diffuser of the sewage outfall system, located about 2 miles offshore. NOAA ERD was asked for a trajectory analysis."

9649,2018-01-19,Astoria Pier Discharge,"Astoria, OR",46.1923486815,-123.877258308,Oil,,Bunker oil,1,1,,,,,0,"On January 19, 2018, rainbow sheen and shoreline oiling, extending from the Astoria-Megler Bridge (Astoria, OR) to the Hammond Boat Basin (Warrenton, OR) was reported by the USCG Sector Columbia River. The sheen was first reported at 1800 PST on January 18, 2018. A Responsible Party has not yet been identified. USCG has requested Resources at Risk."

9648,2018-01-19,Essex Village Marina,"37 Pratt St, Essex, CT 06426, USA",41.35366667,-72.38643889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 19, 2018, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that a small amount of diesel has been observed in the ice of Essex Village CT, source unknown. The NOAA SSC was contacted for advice relating to oil behavior in ice and future steps."

9647,2018-01-19,F/V Amvina II,Offshore Cameron Parish,29.3585,-92.63783333,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,10000,0,"On January 16, 2018, the F/V Amvina, carrying an estimated 10,000 gallons of marine diesel was anchored approximately 15 miles offshore of Cameron Parish, LA, prior to passage of a strong northern front. Following the storm, owners were unable to locate the vessel. On January 19, 2018, MSU Lake Charles contacted NOAA SSC to evaluate impact if fuel was discharged. Vessel has not yet been located, and may have sank."

9646,2018-01-16,MV Sanchi,East China Sea,31.5286031666,124.98046875,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"On January 6, 2018, the 900 foot Tanker MV Sanchi collided with the cargo ship CF Crystal in the East China Sea approximately 160 nautical miles off Shanghai, China. The MV Sanchi was carrying 136,000 tonnes (960,000 barrels) of a light condensate oil cargo and an estimated 1000 tonnes of bunker fuel oil. The Sanchi caught fire and after drifting into the Japanese EEZ, it finally sank on January 14, 2018. This hotline has been opened to capture information but at this time NOAA ERD support has not been requested ."

9645,2018-01-15,Whitney Oil & Gas Pass-A-Loutre WMA,"LA 70091, USA",29.12138889,-89.16972222,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,1,,,,126,0,"On January 15, 2018 , the USCG Sector New Orleans Contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a discharge of crude oil from a storage tank into the Pass A Loutre Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The leak was reportedly due to a a malfunction of a tank overfill alarm. Source reported secure and clean up and recovery in process."

9643,2018-01-12,Tug Lumberman - Gastineau Channel,"Juneau, AK",58.30611111,-134.44105556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 12, 2018, the USCG notified the Alaska SSC of a planned oil and hazmat removal operation from a moored vessel in Gastineau Channel, Juneau, AK. An estimated 3,000 gallons of oil and oily mixtures will be removed from the semi-permanently moored vessel. A discharge has not occurred. The USCG Sector Juneau requested a Resources at Risk."

9642,2018-01-10,UTV Gate City Big Sandy River,"Huntington, WV 25704, USA",38.318044,-82.571353,Oil,,"bilge oil, engine oil",,,,,,4000,0,"On January 10, 2018, the USCG Sector Ohio Valley (MSU Huntington) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a discharge of oil from a partially sunken towing vessel in the Big Sandy River approximately 7.8 miles upstream from the Ohio River (at Catlettsburg, WV). The 140 foot vessel sank with 4,000 gallons of bilge oil and 500 gallons of diesel on board. USCG is seeking trajectory and fate information."

9641,2018-01-04,"Fuel oil 6 Discharge, Miss R. MM144.6","4804 LA-44, Mt Airy, LA 70076, USA",30.05361111,-90.64888889,Oil,,Fuel Oil No. 6,1,,,,,,1,"On January 4, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a discharge of No.6 Fuel oil into the Mississippi River. The source is reported as secured. USCG requested trajectory and fate of the product."

9640,2018-01-03,UTV CITY OF CASSVILLE-MM 923.5 OHIO RIVER,"Smithland, KY 42081, USA",37.11219,-88.42534,Chemical,,styrene,,,,,,9000,0,"On January 3, 2018, the USCG Marine Safety Unit (MSU) Paducah (Sector Ohio Valley) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an incident involving three barges near MM 923 on Ohio River. Two barges are loaded with 9,000 barrels of methanol and one has 9,000 barrels of styrene. The barge string is hard aground near Smithland, KY. No release reported. USCG is requesting chemical property information and standby for possible response support."

9639,2018-01-02,Bastian Bay Platform Discharge,"LA , USA",29.29277778,-89.52777778,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,336,0,"On January 2, 2018, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a discharge from a Hilcorp energy facility located in Bastian Bay, Louisiana. The discharge was due to the failure of a valve on a bulk separator. The exact details of the sump and drainage system failure, as well as the secondary containment failure, are still under investigation. USCG estimated the total amount discharged to be approximately 8 BBLs, with 4 BBLs reaching the waterway and the remainder contained within the facility's secondary containment."

9638,2017-12-29,"Mystery Sheen, Main Pass 70","LA, USA",29.246389,-88.984722,Oil,,"Oil, crude1",,,,,,,0,"On December 29, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a mystery sheen observed during an overflight. The Sheen was described a 2mi x 20yd with a leading edge heading toward the SW. The USCG has requested a trajectory and fate for the sheen."

9637,2017-12-28,M/V Pacific Huron Grounding Saint Lawrence Seaway,"42176 Twin Islands, Clayton, NY 13624, USA",44.27593611,-76.03008333,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil/Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On December 28th, 2017, the USCG Sector Buffalo contacted the NOAA Great Lakes SSC about the 623-foot motor vessel M/V PACIFIC HURON, that ran aground late Wednesday (12/26) in the Saint Lawrence Seaway near Wellesley Island, New York. There are no reported injuries to the crew, and no reported leaks, pollution, or flooding on the vessel. Products aboard are 91.9 tons of Heavy Fuel Oil, 54.7 tons of Diesel Fuel, and 19,680.2 Metric Tons of Soybeans. Sector Buffalo is requesting resources-at-risk and a trajectory in the event of a discharge."

9636,2017-12-24,Breton Sound 53,"Louisiana, United States",29.42916667,-89.13527778,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,4200,0,"On December 24, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a mystery sheen in Breton Sound, Lousiana. A marine pollution surveillance report (MPSR) from NOAA NESDIS noted an anomaly emanating from a structure in Breton Sound #53. Upon investigation, the discharge was determined to originate at a decommissioned oil production platform previously owned and operated by Century Exploration. The discharge was observed to be active with emulsified oil and silvery sheen beneath the platform, and measured by satellite imagery to be 03 NM x 0.05 NM."

9635,2017-12-22,M/V Eunice LaMay,"2 miles south of Bayou La Batre, AL",30.34133333,-88.29011111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 22, 2017, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted NOAA regarding a capsized vessel located in the Mississippi Sound approximately 2 miles south of Bayou LaBatre. The vessel is aground in approximately 9ft of water and is lying on her starboard side. Vessel owner plugged fuel vent on port side. Approximately 15,000 gallons of diesel on board. Owner plans to salvage vessel as early as Wednesday (12/27). USCG is seeking trajectory and fate and effect for possible discharge."

9634,2017-12-18,"Gasoline Tanker Truck Rollover, Detroit, OR","559 OR-22, Idanha, OR 97350, USA",44.6629,-121.9565,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 18, 2017, the EPA contacted the NOAA Northwest Region SSC regarding a tanker truck crash at milepost 64 on North Santiam Hwy (OR-22) that resulted in release of 11,500 gallons of unleaded fuel. The EPA requested Resources At Risk (RAR) analysis of any NOAA managed ESA-listed species in the vicinity of the spill, and any associated toxicity information from unleaded fuel on RAR present."

9633,2017-12-15,Mystery Sheen Main Pass 77,LA,29.17611111,-88.88972222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 15, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA Regional Response Officer regarding a mystery sheen reported on 14DEC2017 @ 1121CST. The sheen was characterized as 100% rainbow ~2mi x 15yrds in length. USCG requested a trajectory analysis as well as satellite imagery, if any exists."

9632,2017-12-08,S/V Liberty Star,"293 ME-103, York, ME 03909, USA",43.06672222,-70.57322222,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 8, 2017, the sailing boat Liberty Star reported to the USCG Sector Northern New England that she was taking on water and sinking. All souls rescued. The boat had less than 100 gallons of diesel fuel on board."

9631,2017-12-05,Bayou Perot ISB,"4905 Decamp, Lafitte, LA 70067, USA",29.64305556,-90.18305556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 5, 2017, the USCG MSU Houma contacted the New Orleans SSC contacted by regarding a potential request to conduct an in-situ burn in Bayou Perot for an 8"" TPIC pipeline that released approximately 50 barrels of crude oil into a floating marsh south of Lake Salvador. The affected area is approximately 65 yards in diameter."

9630,2017-12-03,Bulk Carrier Jupiter #6 Spill,"27 Norfolk Southern Terminal Dr, Norfolk, VA 23508, USA",36.87916667,-76.32611111,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,350,0,"On December 3, 2017, the NOAA SSC received notification from USCG Sector Hampton Roads about a #6 oil spill during a fuel transfer operation aboard the bulk carrier, Jupiter, in the Elizabeth River, Norfolk, Virginia. USCG requested resources at risk description."

9629,2017-12-02,"Derelict Vessel South of Cannon Beach, OR",45 50.47N/12357.78W,45.84116667,-123.963,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 2, 2017, the NOAA Duty Officer was notified by USCG of a vessel that washed ashore approximately 3.5 miles south of Cannon Beach, OR, in position 45-50.47N/123-57.78W. Search and rescue team deployed but no personnel found, and no boat owner identified at this point. Light sheening was observed in vicinity of vessel. Resources at Risk information requested."

9628,2017-12-01,Towing Vessel JAKE SHEARER Voyage WX Forecast,"Kitimat-Stikine, BC, Canada",52.8293209103,-129.501342773,Oil,,N/A,,,,,,,0,"On December 1, 2017, the NOAA Pacific RRO received a request from USCG Sector Puget Sound for a weather request for an emergency tow from Norman Morrison Bay, B.C. (Canada) to Ketchikan, AK. Towing Vessel JAKE SHEARER, a 4,492 HP ATB (Articulated Tug & Barge) was disconnected from it's rigid connection to it's tow, Tank Barge ZIDELL 277m a loaded tank barge with 67,696 BBLS ULSD and 11,051 BBLS RUL. Tug and tow sought safe refuge to await tow to Ketchikan, AK, from another vessel for repairs. ETD safe anchorage Saturday, 02DEC17, 0700.Weather through Tuesday, 05DEC17 for route provided."

9627,2017-11-30,ST 224 Enterprise 265,South Timbalier Block 224,28.51166667,-90.38444444,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1596,0,"On November 30, 2017, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the discharge of diesel fuel from a tank on an offshore rig in the Gulf Of Mexico. The tank was ruptured when a boom crane fell from the rig and punctured the tank. USCG is requested a trajectory and fate of the sheen"

9626,2017-11-29,F/V Crystal Star sunk,"Santa Catalina Island, CA, USA",33.3066269573,-118.449341211,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,120,0,"On November 29, 2017, the USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for a fishing vessel sunk just off the Southwest shoreline of Catalina Island, CA. The F/V Crystal Star had grounded near Salta Verde Point, Santa Catalina Island and later sank with 120 gallons of diesel on board. USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

9625,2017-11-28,Breton Sound Mystery Slick,"South Breton Sound, LA 70041, USA",29.45111111,-89.40333333,Oil,,"oil, crude",,,,,,84,0,"On Nov 28, 2017, A 500x50 ft silver sheen with some dark product was observed during an overflight approximately 5 miles offshore in Breton Sound, LA. The quantity of oil estimated at less than 1 barrel. Oil most likely crude. The USCG Sector New Orleans called the New Orleans SSC to request fate and trajectory of the oil slick."

9624,2017-11-22,XTO Energy Point a La Hache,"LA, USA",29.6151408,-89.7977179,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,630,0,"On November 22, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a crude oil discharge from a 6" transfer line between XTO Energy’s Pointe a La Hache north production platform and their south production platform. The discharge is contained within the marsh grass and small ponds in the area, with a light sheen present in the adjacent canal. The source is reported as secured."

9623,2017-11-19,Fishing Vessel Grounding Bastian Bay,"LA-23, Buras, LA 70041, USA",29.29994444,-89.66333333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 8, 2017, a 36 ft fishing vessel ran aground in Bastian Bay, LA. 70 gallons of marine diesel were potentially discharged along with an additional 4, 55-gallon drums containing diesel. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC to request trajectory/fate of discharged diesel and trajectory of orphaned drums."

9622,2017-11-18,UTV MELVIN L. KING UAN barge MM 711 Ohio River,"Cloverport, KY 40111, USA",37.83891,-86.63187,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 18, 2017, the USCG Sector Ohio Valley contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a fate and effects analysis of a sunken barge on the Ohio River carrying 3200 tons of liquid fertilizer (urea ammonium nitrate)."

9620,2017-11-14,Floating drum,"San Francisco Bay, CA, USA",37.8664518198,-122.444429398,Other,,Drum,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of 14-NOV-2017, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC about a floating drum with unknown contents reported near Angel Island in San Francisco Bay. Sector San Francisco requested a drift estimate to assist their small boat crew in trying to re-locate the floating drum."

9619,2017-11-12,Mystery sheen,"San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco, CA, USA",37.7991696033,-122.37873203,Oil,,Unknown oil,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of 12-NOV-2017, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to relay a report of a mystery sheen in San Francisco Bay. Reported by a barge worker at 0711 hrs, the sheen was described as being 100’ by 2 miles and smelling of diesel fuel. USCG requested trajectory support."

9618,2017-11-10,Noranda Alumina Diesel Spill,"LA-44, Edgard, LA 70049, USA",30.05268889,-90.66421389,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 10, 2017, the USCG notified NOAA regarding a release of 200 gallons of non-marine diesel into the Mississippi River from the Noranda Alumina facility in Louisiana located between river mile markers 142 and 143. The USCG requesting fate and trajectory."

9617,2017-11-09,FV Anne Row,"164-198 Eastern Point Blvd, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA",42.58,-70.66361111,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 9, 2017, the FV Anne Row grounded near Eastpoint Lighthouse in Gloucester MA, due to loss of power. The crew was rescued without injury. No release was reported. USCG requested oil fate and behavior information pending an attempt to refloat the vessel"

9616,2017-11-08,Platform Hidalgo hydraulic fluid spill,"Lompoc, CA 93436, USA",34.5020297944,-120.702667236,Oil,,Hydraulic fluid,,,,,,20,0,"On November 8, 2017, the USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Santa Barbara contacted their NOAA SSC to report a spill of 50 gallons of hydraulic fluid on Platform Hidalgo (off Point Conception, just west of Santa Barbara Channel), of which 20 gallons were reported to have entered the water. According to the NRC report, the release occurred at 0640 hrs on 08-NOV-2017, resulted in a 0.5 mile X 15’ sheen, and conditions were calm. USCG requested trajectory support."

9614,2017-11-06,Lake Pagie B-1 ISB,"3051 Bayou Dularge Rd, Theriot, LA 70397, USA",29.39073056,-90.95976389,Oil,,Condensate,,,,,1,420,0,"On November 7, 2017, the USCG in Houma, LA, contacted NOAA regarding a proposed insitu burn in the Lake Pagie field. Current estimated quantity of release is 10 barrels. Containment boom is deployed around the impacted area."

9613,2017-10-31,F/V Ben & Casey Sunken Vessel,South Padre Island,26.11522222,-97.07727778,Oil,,Marine grade Diesel,,,,,,7,0,"On October 30, 2017 the F/V Ben & Casey, a steel hulled fishing vessel, sank, with a potential 14,000 gallons of marine diesel on board. Vessel is in 62 ft of water, approximately 4 miles offshore of South Padre Island, and approximately 10 miles north of the Mexican border. No discharge currently reported. On October 31, USCG District 8 and Sector Corpus Christi requested fate and trajectory for diesel fuel on board."

9609,2017-10-25,F/V Saint Paul Grounding,"Moses Lake, Texas City, TX 77590, USA",29.45719167,-94.93031389,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,300,0,"On October 25, 2017, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Texas City, TX, contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a grounded fishing vessel in the vicinity of Moses flood gate, within a high Priority Protection Area. There has not been a discharge from the vessel at this time. USCG is requesting natural resource detail support and information regarding potential (if any) ESA issues."

9608,2017-10-25,Tug CALEB,"Half Moon Bay, CA 94019, USA",37.4976844234,-122.478184289,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On 25-OCT-2017, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for an ""old"" grounded tug boat in Half Moon Bay, CA. The 60-foot long Tug CALEB had been at anchor in Half Moon Bay but dragged anchor during recent heavy wave conditions. The USCG estimates there may be 3,000-5,000 gallons of mixed oily liquids on board. As USCG develops a plan to address the vessel, they have requested oil fate & transport support to assess the potential risks to local resources in the event that a spill occurs in the coming weeks."

9607,2017-10-23,LOBO Pipeline Leak,"Grand Bay LA 70091, USA",29.30083333,-89.285,Oil,,Oil/Produced water,,,,,,,0,"On October 23, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a pipeline leak in Grand Bay. The USCG requesting trajectory forecast and fate as well as potential resources at risk in the area."

9606,2017-10-22,Crane Barge TOPS DB1 T.O.W. Allision,"West Cameron Block 198A, LA",29.24251667,-93.24115,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,71000,0,"On October 22, 2017, the USCG contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a barge that allided with a platform being dismantled in West Cameron Lease Block 198A . The personnel that were aboard have been transferred safely, however the barge remains stationary alongside the platform. USCG are requesting a trajectory and fate, as well as a potential Resources at Risk."

9604,2017-10-20,Barge B No. 255 fire,"Corpus Christi, TX",27.84,-97.09,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,5586000,4,"On October 20, 2017, a barge caught fire in the Port Aransas anchorage area. It is still on fire. Barge is carrying 133,000 bbls crude oil of a type unknown. At this time, extent of discharge is unknown. Location is approximately 3 miles off the beach on the Gulf side. Sector Corpus has contacted NOAA SSC and requested trajectory."

9603,2017-10-15,Oil Platform Fire,"Lake Pontchartrain, LA",30.06427778,-90.27266667,Oil,,South Louisiana Crude Oil,,,,,,21000,4,"On October 15, 2017, an oil platform in southwestern Lake Pontchartrain exploded and caught fire. Platform produces both natural gas and oil. Lines were shut in at time of explosion. Approximately 500 bbls of South Louisiana crude are in tanks on the platform. Unknown how much may have been consumed in the blaze. Sector New Orleans has requested a trajectory, and resources at risk. NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge is running air plume modelling."

9601,2017-10-13,Mississippi Canyon 209 Pipeline Discharge,Offshore Louisiana,28.75444444,-88.26722222,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,392700,5,"On October 13, 2017, a discharge reported as 49.2 gallons of crude oil/saltwater mix occurred from a pipeline in Mississippi Canyon 209. Pipeline has been shut in, and RP (LLOG Exploration) is deploying an ROV to evaluate repair needs. MSU Morgan City requested an analysis of sheen fate and direction. Phone support provided. The spill volume was later updated to 7,950 to 9,350 barrels (or 333,900 and 392,700 gallons)"

9602,2017-10-13,Southern Belle - Sunken Fishing Vessel,"Sabine Pass, TX",29.65222222,-93.82555556,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On October 13, 2017, the Southern Belle, a fishing vessel, sank outside the eastern jetty of Sabine Pass. The vessel had a reported tank capacity of 5,000 gallons (marine diesel), amount onboard at time of sinking unknown. Sheening near vessel has been observed. Fate, trajectory, and resources at risk requested."

9600,2017-10-12,Tarmat on Grand Isle Beach,"2258 LA-1, Grand Isle, LA 70358, USA",29.21586667,-90.02043056,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 12, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans and USCG MSU Houma contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a tar mat and stranded oil observed along a beach on Grand Isle. The USCG requested hind cast, tides, and winds."

9599,2017-10-11,"F/V Pacific Paradise, Honolulu, HI","1001 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA",21.2615,-157.82483333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,8000,14,"On October 11, 2107, the USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA's ERD Oceanographer on Duty to report that a vessel, the F/V Pacific Paradise, was aground 400 yards from the Outrigger Canoe Club in Waikiki. The USCG requested a trajectory for a potential release of 8,000 gallons of diesel fuel. The vessel also has 50 gallons of lube oil on board."

9597,2017-10-10,Hilcorp Lake Washington Well LLE#22,"Lake Washington, Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.39111111,-89.77388889,Oil,,"oil, crude",1,,,,,1260,0,"On October 10, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a reported well leak in Lake Washington, LA. The leak was due to an equipment failure on a well that was reported to have been out of service. The source is reported secured. The USCG is requesting a trajectory forecast."

9598,2017-10-10,T/V Caribbean Alliance,United States,24.52166667,-80.78833333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 10/10/2017, NOAA received notification from the USCG that the T/V Caribbean Alliance was disabled and adrift in the Florida Straits."

9594,2017-10-08,"Facility near Shell Central Seaplane, Venice LA","70091, USA",29.0518,-89.30948333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 8, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a sheen observed during an overflight this morning. The sheen was in a burmed area and did not enter the water."

9591,2017-10-08,Hurricane Nate - Lousiana,"Biloxi, MS",30.4,-89.0,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"At approximately 1900 CDT on October 7, 2017, Hurricane Nate (Category 1) made a first land fall at the mouth of the Mississippi River,Louisiana, then traveled across Breton, Chandeleur, and Mississippi Sounds prior to making a second landfall at 0030 CDT (1230 am) near Biloxi, Mississippi. This Hotline is being established to track response activities in Louisiana conducted by Sector New Orleans and MSU Houma."

9596,2017-10-08,Potential Well Head leak,"East Bay, Venice, LA 70091, USA",28.99538889,-89.16983333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",0,,,,,,0,"On October 8, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the report of a sheen observed during an LDEQ overflight in East Bay. The RP was contacted and is currently mobilizing clean-up assets to the area. Weather has been requested."

9593,2017-10-08,"Premiere Industries, Venice LA","Haliburton Rd, Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.26129722,-89.35881111,Chemical,,Powdered Zinc,,,,,,,0,"On October 8, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a potential powdered zinc release at a dock facility. The USCG is working with the owner to further assess and characterize the release."

9592,2017-10-08,"South Barge, Point A La Hache","18859 Hwy 23, Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.60371389,-89.78798056,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,,,,,0,0,"On October 8, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a sheen coming from the south barge in Point A La Hache."

9595,2017-10-07,Akutan Abandoned Vessel,"Unalaska, AK",53.84103,-166.59492,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,23440,1,"The FV Akutan was placed at anchor at the head of Captain's Bay on Unalaska Island and abandoned. On 7-Oct-2017, during high winds the vessel drifted and ended up within 100 yards near shore. USCG will open the fund to remove all the fuel from the vessel. FV Akutan contains 25,000 gallons of diesel, hydraulic oils, and lube oils. There has been no report of a release at this time. USCG is requesting resources at risk and a section 7 consultation for the lightering operation."

9590,2017-10-07,M/V Heartbeat,"Boardwalk Run, Stuart, FL 34994, USA",27.2025,-80.25694444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 7, 2017, the M/V Heartburn had a fueling accident that resulted in spill of 400 gallons of diesel fuel spilled near the mouth of the St Lucie River."

9588,2017-10-05,Tropical Storm Nate,Gulf of Mexico,14.3,-83.7,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 5, 2017, a tropical depression in the southwestern Caribbean Sea was upgraded to Tropical Storm Nate. This Hotline entry is being established to track activities associated with the response to Tropical Storm Nate."

9587,2017-10-04,USS Dewey,"San Diego, CA",32.631889,-117.224167,Oil,,Lube Oil,,,,,,700,0,"On October 4, 2017, the USS Dewey experienced a release of up to 700 gallons of lube oil. The incident occurred 5 miles from Coronado and 3 miles south of Pt. Loma. USCG is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9585,2017-10-03,"Botco XTO Energy, Cox Bay","Port Sulpher, LA 70083, USA",29.46,-89.62333333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,1,,,,336,0,"On October 3, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a dark black sheen 300ft by 300ft caused by the discharge of crude oil from pipeline damaged on the underside of a platform owned by XTO Energy . An estimated 800-1000ft of shoreline was affected. The line has been reported as shut in and the leak is secured."

9583,2017-09-26,"Shell Refinery Fire, Convent LA","Star Enterprise Rd, 70723, USA",30.1058,-90.90009722,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 26, 2017, the MSU Houma contacted the NOAA RRO regarding an electrical fire at the Shell refinery located at 10700 LA-44, Convent, LA 70723 (MM168). The fire was almost extinguished, and the USCG requested a local wind forecast tonight through the morning. No reported impact to the waterway has occurred at this time."

9582,2017-09-26,Sunken skiff,"Pittsburg, CA 94565, USA",38.0448581696,-121.895408673,Other,,skiff,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate for a 25 ft work boat that sank in Suisun Bay, near Pittsburg, CA. The work boat had been tied to a spud barge when it rolled over at 0410 hrs on 26-SEP-2017. The lines then parted and the work boat sank at 0549 hrs with no reported sheening. USCG requested info on size and direction of search area to re-locate and salvage the sunken work boat."

9581,2017-09-23,Lobo Grand Bay Tank Battery#1,"175 Sports Marina Rd, Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.31805556,-89.2925,Oil,,Oil+ produced water,1,1,,,,42,0,"On September 23, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA regarding a produced waste release from a corroded above ground pipeline. The release was visible on an adjacent 50'x30' area of tidal marsh with dead vegetation and pockets of oil. Small pockets of rainbow sheen were observed on the water."

9579,2017-09-22,Romere Pass#59,"Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.27527778,-89.24305556,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,1,,,,210,0,"On September 22, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA regarding the discharge of crude oil into Romere Pass West Delta National Wildlife Refuge. The discharge was due to a pinhole leak in a 3"" submerged pipeline, and impacted an ~50' x 150' tidal marsh and mud flats, with a 30'x40' area containing dark product."

9580,2017-09-22,Shipping Containers Overboard,"Port of Oakland, CA 94607, USA",37.8107200039,-122.325522805,Other,,Shipping containers,1,,,,,,0,"On September 22, 2017, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted NOAA ERD to request assistance with re-locating some empty shipping containers lost overboard from the M/V Mol Maxim. The ship was docked in the Port of Oakland’s Outer Harbor area on the afternoon of 21-SEP-2017 when eleven 40’ shipping containers were lost overboard. All containers were empty, closed and non-refrigerated. The USCG has requested a drift estimate to assist with relocation efforts. No pollution concern has been identified."

9578,2017-09-21,Colonial Pipeline/Intergulf GCMarine,"Vista Court, Highlands, TX 77049, USA",29.83042222,-95.08752778,Chemical,,Diluted Petromeen (0.05-0.07%),,,,,,189000,0,"On September 21, 2017, the USCG Sector Houston Galveston contacted NOAA regarding a plan from a Colonial to demo two out of commission pipes running under the San Jacinto River. NO RELEASE HAS OCCURRED."

9671,2017-09-20,M/V Ferrel,"Vieques, Puerto Rico",18.13086,-65.28095,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2017, the Motor Vessel Ferrel capsized during Hurricane Maria and later washed ashore on the western end of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. An estimated 3,600 gallons of diesel remain onboard. Plans are now underway to remove fuel from the vessel."

9574,2017-09-19,FV Trident & FV Delusional,,43.4,-69.33,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2017, the USCG Sector Northern New England contacted the NOAA SSC for oil fate considerations for fuel oil from two fishing vessels that collided in outer Boothbay Harbor, Maine. One of the vessels sank, but there was no release reported."

9576,2017-09-19,Hurricane Maria,USVI and Puerto Rico,18.1173769695,-65.670277141,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. EDT, Major Hurricane Maria is currently a potentially catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane located approximately 85 miles southeast of St. Croix, moving west-northwest at 10 mph. Some fluctuations in intensity are likely during next day or two but Maria is forecast to remain an extremely dangerous Category 4 or 5 Hurricane until in moves near or over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Hurricane Force winds extend outward up to 35 miles and Tropical Storm-Force winds extend outward up to 140 miles. This Hotline is being established as a location for information for all OR&R activities associated with preparation and response to Hurricane Maria."

9575,2017-09-19,Lake Fortuna Flare Stack leak,"Breton Sound, LA, USA",29.66561667,-89.49571389,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,10,0,"On September 19, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA regarding a flare stack leak and subsequent discharge to the surrounding waters. The incident occurred to an equipment failure details of the cause are under investigation. The USCG is requesting trajectory information for the discharged product."

9572,2017-09-19,South Marsh Island Block 149 Mystery Sheen,SMI149,28.24166667,-92.12805556,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2017, the USCG MSU Houma contacted NOAA regarding a mystery sheen located in South Marsh Island Block 149. The USCG are requesting trajectory information."

9573,2017-09-19,"Valero Refiney Fire, Port Arthur, TX","1801 S Gulfway Dr, Port Arthur, TX 77640, USA",29.86565556,-93.967025,Oil,,Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO),,,,,,,0,"On September 19, 2017, the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a fire that has broken out at one of the storage tanks at the Valero refinery. The commodity of concern is Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO) not straight crude. The USCG has requested air plume modeling information. No NRC report."

9569,2017-09-07,FV Provider,"Sanak Islands, Alaska",54.37471,-162.51439,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,550,0,"On September 6, 2017, the F/V Provider beached on the west end of Elma island, Alaska. The tanks are intact, containing an estimated 550 gallons of diesel. There are also unknown amounts of hydraulic or lube oil on board. Resolve Marine is currently on scene removing the pollution."

9566,2017-09-05,Hurricane Irma- Florida,Atlantic Ocean,24.58,-81.63,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"Hurricane Irma continues to develop in the Atlantic Ocean with winds in excess of 160 knots. On September 5, 2017, this Hotline was established as a location for information for all OR&R activities associated with preparation and response to Hurricane Irma."

9565,2017-09-05,T/V Savage Intensity,"GIWW MM 245, Sulphur, LA 70665, USA",30.05933333,-93.36866667,Oil,,Marine Diesel,1,,,,,3500,0,"On September 5, 2017, the USCG MSU Lake Charles contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the potential discharge of 3500 gallons of marine diesel fuel. The USCG is requesting a trajectory and fate."

9564,2017-09-04,Phillips 66 Refinery Spill,"Rodeo, CA 95033, USA",38.06,-122.26,Oil,,gas oil,,,,,,50,0,"On September 4, 2017, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the NOAA SSC to request fate and transport estimate for a 50 gallon spill of gas oil (API 23) from the Phllips 66 refinery in Rodeo, CA. The spill occurred at roughly 0815 hrs (local) from an unpressurized pipeline along the facility’s pier. A USCG overflight is scheduled."

9562,2017-08-29,I-65 Styrene Release,"Mobile, AL",30.6756615,-88.127445,Chemical,,Styrene Monomer,,,,,,7000,0,"On August 29, 2017, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the release of approximately 7000gal of styrene monomer into a drainage ditch. The release was due to an overturned tractor trailer traveling southbound on I-65. The USCG requested a fate and effects."

9558,2017-08-27,Breton Sound 32 LOBOPlatform Fire,"Breton Sound, LA, USA",29.55777778,-89.325,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,9870,0,"On August 27, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a platform fire in Breton Sound. All personnel are evacuated and safe. No reports of pollution in the water. The USCG has requested a potential trajectory."

9556,2017-08-25,"Calumet Harbor, IN Mystery Bitumen","S Walton Dr, Chicago, IL 60617, USA",41.73103333,-87.50568056,Oil,,Bitumen,,,,,,,0,"On August 25th, 2017, USCG MSU Chicago contacted the Great Lakes SSC concerning a mystery bitumen that was discovered by the USACE during a rock removal project in the Calumet Harbor. The USACE requested assistance in determination of whether the material was naturally occurring."

9557,2017-08-25,Sunken Vessel POINT HARRIS,"30 nm east of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, HI 96770, USA",21.37,-157.19,Oil,,Marine diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On August 25, 2017, the USCG Sector Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC for an oil spill trajectory in the event of a release from the 82' P/C POINT HARRIS. The vessel sank approximately 30 nm east of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu after two crew were rescued. The vessel is reported to have between 3000 and 5000 gallons of marine diesel fuel and lube oil onboard."

9554,2017-08-24,Floating Hazmat Box,"between Burrows & Bird Island near Anacortes, WA, USA",48.483,-122.73,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 24, 2017, the USCG Sector Puget Sound reported a 6'x6' metal container floating between Burrows Island and Bird Island. Requesting trajectory of the container for USCG small boat to narrow search window"

9555,2017-08-24,Hurricane Harvey,Texas Coast,27.79,-95.61,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"At approximately August 24, 2017, Tropical Storm Harvey intensified to a hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 80 MPH, and is forecast to become a major hurricane as it approaches the Middle Texas Coast Friday, August 25."

9553,2017-08-23,M/V Gracie Claire,"Cypress Cove Area, Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.25111111,-89.35805556,Oil,,Marine Diesel,1,,,,,2300,0,"On August 23, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a towing vessel that had sunk while taking on fuel at the Cypress Cove Marina in Venice, LA. The USCG is requesting potential resources at risk, fate, and trajectory information."

9551,2017-08-15,Mystery Sheen,"S of Block Island, RI",40.65261111,-71.01216667,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On August 15, 2017, the USCG Sector Long Island Sound contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a mystery sheen reported by USCG Air Station Cape Cod south of Block Island, RI. CG is requesting hindcast information. The sheen does not align with any charted wrecks."

9549,2017-08-14,MPSR support for Anomaly detected ~94NM SE TX,East Breaks Area,27.76027778,-94.105,Oil,,potential oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 14, 2017, the USCG Sector Houston Galveston contacted the NOAA RRO regarding an Marine Pollution Surveillance Report (MPSR) provided by NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service (NOAA/NESDIS) . Observations from AUG 13, 2017 2017 showed an anomaly (potential spill) approximately 94 nautical miles (NM) Se off the coast of Texas."

9548,2017-08-13,FV Akutan,"Unalaska, AK",53.83983,-166.59324,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,30000,0,"On August 5, 2017, the FV Akutan left Dillingham, AK, reportedly on its way to Seattle. The vessel began having mechanical issues and headed to Dutch Harbor. They made it in to Captains Bay on August 7th by their own power, but because of the vessel issues, the Coast Guard escorted them in. The vessel currently remains at anchor and is disabled in Captains Bay approximately 2 miles southeast of Westward Seafoods. USCG has requested a ESA Section 7 consultation."

9547,2017-08-10,FV Stoic,"Unakwik Inlet, Northern Prince William Sound, Alaska",60.95016,-147.58503,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On August 10, 2017, the 51-foot F/V Stoic struck a rocky outcrop and capsized off of Siwash Bay in Unakwik Inlet, AK. Four people were on board, but they made it to the skiff, and were picked up by a good Samaritan vessel. The potential diesel fuel is 1,000 gallons, but the actual amount onboard is unknown."

9546,2017-08-10,"M/V Calumet Aground St. Marys River, MI","Ferry Dock, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783, USA",46.48888889,-84.30166667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,105000,0,"At 2340 on August 9th, 2017, M/V Calumet a 629-foot cargo ship ran aground on the north side of Sugar Island in the St. Marys River. No reported damage, injuries, or pollution. USCG Sector Sault Ste. Marie contacted the NOAA SSC to request trajectory and resources at risk for the potential release of 105,000 gals of #2 Diesel fuel."

9544,2017-08-09,FV Confidence,"Sitka, AK",57.288,-135.60367,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On August 6, 2017, the commercial fishing vessel CONFIDENCE , a 48.8' seine vessel, grounded in Neva Strait near Sitka, Alaska. Vessel fuel capacity is 1500 gallons and the owner estimates there is approximately 600 gallons of diesel fuel aboard. Additionally, vessel has an estimated 70K pounds of catch aboard. The NOAA SSC has been working with DOI and Trust resource agencies on a fish disposal plan"

9543,2017-08-08,"Anomaly, NRC# 1186656, Mississippi Canyon 20",Offshore Louisiana,28.93583333,-88.97,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 8, 2017, Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a satellite ""anomaly"" or potential spill detected in Mississippi Canyon 20 by the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) Oceanmap program. Reports provided."

9542,2017-08-06,Propyl acetate release,"Pier G, Port of Long Beach, CA 90802, USA",33.7436659261,-118.20199867,Chemical,,Propyl Acetate,,1,,,,6600,0,"On August 6, 2017, the USCG Sector Los Angeles/Long Beach contacted the NOAA SSC to request hazard information for a release of propyl acetate (UN/NA 1276) on the deck of the container ship MV Harbour Bridge. The ship is currently moored along southern face of Pier G. A puncture in a 20-foot ISO tank resulted in product was spilled onto the deck and some product may have entered the water. Eleven crewmembers were reportedly having difficulty breathing and one fire fighter has been sent to the hospital."

9541,2017-08-05,"Mystery Sheen , Viosca Knoll 983",Offshore Louisiana,28.9875,-88.92805556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 5, 2017, USCG Sector New Orleans IMD contacted the NOAA SSC for evaluation of the potential source of a mystery sheen reported in Viosca Knoll Block 983."

9539,2017-08-04,FV All In,"Knight Island, AK",60.15685,-147.7526,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On 4-Aug-2017, the F/V All In capsized off the south end of Knight Island. Vessel is not drifting it is in shallow waters, and the mast is reportedly touching the bottom. There is approximately 400 gallons of diesel on board (max potential of 1500 gal of diesel), but there is no release reported at this time. The USCG MSO Valdez is requesting a fates analysis, trajectory, and resources at risk report."

9538,2017-08-03,Anhydrous ammonia barge Cat Island,"Mississippi Sound, Gulf of Mexico",30.245,-89.19666667,Chemical,,anhydrous ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On August 3, 2017, the USCG Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of an incident involving a barge carrying 2500 tons of anhydrous ammonia. Barge reportedly caught fire and was cut from tow. Barge is adrift NE of Cat Island (Miss. Sound) south of Pass Christian, MS. USCG is requesting support on hazard analysis."

9537,2017-08-01,YNG 15,"Prudhoe Bay, AK",70.38542936,-148.51823631,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On July 30, 2017, the YNG 15, an old WWII era barge which sits at West Dock in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, was discovered to be leaking an unknown material. The barge has been there for 20-plus years without use. The USCG has hired a contractor to assess and evaluate the potential threat. Sector Anchorage has requested a resources at risk report and a Section 7 evaluation."

9536,2017-07-31,Drifting Fisheries Buoy Trajectory,Western Pacific Ocean,19.11070972,159.989,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 31, 2017, the Emergency Response Division received a request from the National Marine Fisheries Service for help locating a lost fisheries research buoy adrift in the Western Pacific."

9535,2017-07-24,"FV Grayling, Kodiak, AK",Kupreanof Strait,58.05616667,-153.411,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,700,0,"On July 24, 2017, the USCG MSD Kodiak contacted the NOAA Duty Officer regarding a fishing tender that capsized near Kodiak, Alaska at 1700 AK time. The crew of the FV Grayling were rescued but vessel is adrift. The USCG requested a vessel drift analysis and trajectory for the 400 gallons of diesel fuel."

9533,2017-07-17,Tanker Truck Spill Florida Keys MM 70,"70000 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050, USA",24.841,-80.79,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 17, 2017, the USCG Sector Key West notified the NOAA SSC that a tank truck had overturned releasing an estimated 2600 gallons of gasoline into the water next to the roadway at Fiesta Key, FL. A local contractor is on scene to remove remaining fuel and conduct cleanup. USCG requested a NOAA resources at risk analysis."

9532,2017-07-16,Mississippi Canyon 736 Platform Discharge,Offshore Louisiana,28.26728611,-88.39891944,Oil,,South Louisiana crude,,,,,,2000,0,"On July 15, 2017, an offshore platform operated by Noble Energy on behalf of Murphy Energy discharged between 200 and 2,000 gallons of South Louisiana crude (NRC#11842190. Source is secure. The USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC and requested trajectory and resources at risk."

9530,2017-07-10,"North River Street Fire - Portland, OR","1300 N River St, Portland, OR 97227, USA",45.5397574,-122.6821294,Chemical,,Asbestos,,,,,,,0,"On July 10th, 2017, NOAA SSC was contacted by EPA Region 10 FOSC for assistance in a hazardous material removal action near the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. A warehouse containing asbestos materials located on an approximately 280-foot by 280-foot plot situated between North River Street and the Willamette River caught fire. As the emergency response shifts to cleanup and removal, the FOSC is requesting information regarding ESA listed species and Resources at Risk in the area."

9531,2017-07-10,Wreck 1487,SE of Nantucket,40.102,-69.978,Oil,Historic Wreck,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 10, 2017, the NOAA SSC was notified by the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) of an anomaly on satellite images in Nantucket Sound that may be from oil sheen from one of several historic wrecks in the region."

9529,2017-07-09,UTV Eric Haney,MM 13.5 Upper Mississippi River,37.09,-89.28,Oil,,"diesel fuel, lube oil",,,,,,80000,0,"On July 9, 2017, the US Coast Guard MSU Paducah (Sector Ohio Valley) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the UTV Eric Henry which struck the dike on the right descending bank on the Upper Mississippi River near Cairo, IL. The engine room flooded and the vessel sank near Mile Marker 13.5. Vessel was carrying 78,893 gallons of diesel fuel and 1,600 gallons of lube oil. USCG is requesting trajectory analysis for worst case discharge."

9528,2017-07-05,FV Donna,"Hoquiam, WA 98550, USA",46.98,-123.88,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 5, 2017, the USCG MSU Portland, OR, contacted NOAA with a report of a discharge of an unknown oily substance due to a sinking fishing boat on the Hoquiam River. The cause of the sinking was due to a dilapidated dock were the vessel was moored. USCG requested weather and tide information to support cleanup and salvage operations."

9525,2017-07-03,FV Bunchie,"Dillingham, AK, USA",58.803,-158.568833,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"At 0300 on 3-July, the FV Bunchie, a 32-foot capsized and was towed to ground, one mile south of the Ekuk Cannery . Max potential is 200 gallons of diesel. All persons were safely evacuated. Cause of capsize is unknown. Sector Anchorage is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9526,2017-07-03,FV Ketok,"Dillingham, AK, USA",58.82222,-158.58611,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,150,0,"At 1256, on 3-Jul, the FV Ketok, a 32 foot fishing vessel grounded and swamped in Nushagak Bay. It has a max potential of 150 gallons of diesel and is reported to be sheening. Sector Anchorage is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9527,2017-07-03,FV N11,"Dillingham, AK, USA",58.7355,-158.395,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,300,0,"At 1309, of 3-July, the FVN11, a 32-foot fishing vessel capsized on Flounder Flat in Nushagak Bay. It was last observed with awash with 2-feet of water over the deck on ebb tide. It has a max potential of 300 gallons of diesel onboard. Sector Anchorage is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9524,2017-07-03,"Mystery Sheen, NRC#1182978",Mississippi Canyon,29.02654,-88.5803,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 3, 2017, Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC to request an evaluation of the potential source of the sheen reported to the National Response Center. NOAA was requested to assist with an analysis of currents and winds to help identify the potential source of the sheen."

9523,2017-06-29,FV Miss Destinee,"Kodiak, Alaska",58.025667,-152.392167,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,700,0,"On June 29, 2017, the fishing vessel Miss Destinee sank in Marmot Bay. The Miss Destinee is 35-foot, fiberglass hull. The potential discharge is 700 gallons of diesel. USCG MSD Kodiak is requesting fates analysis and a trajectory at this time."

9522,2017-06-28,FV Whimsea Fire and Sinking,"Juneau, AK",58.383116,-134.647766,Oil,,"diesel, home heating oil, gasoline",,,,,,,0,"On June 27, 2017, the FV Whimsea caught fire and sank at the dock in Statter Harbor in Auke Bay, Alaska. The cause of the fire is unknown. The type and amount of product onboard the vessel at the time of the sinking is unknown, but may have been a mix of diesel, home heating oil, and probably some lube oils. Containment boom has been placed around the area where the vessel sank, absorbent sweep has been deployed, and removal of floating oiled debris has begun. The USCG is requesting information on potential resources at risk in this location."

9520,2017-06-27,"Ford Plant Avon Lake, OH Chemical Release","650 Miller Rd, Avon Lake, OH 44012, USA",41.486345,-82.064353,Chemical,,E-Coat,,0,,,,5000,0,"On June 25, 2017, the Coast Guard MSU Cleveland notified the NOAA SSC of a chemical release at the Ford Plant in Avon Lake, OH. An estimated 5,000 gallons of a paint/primer/coating material was discharged into a drain that flows into Lake Erie."

9521,2017-06-27,"Mystery Sheen, Plaquemines Parish LA","Plaqueminnes Parish, LA 70040, USA",29.75666667,-89.96805556,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 27, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a mystery sheen observed during an overflight on 26 JUN 2017. The USCG requested information as to whether the observed anomaly was oil (petroleum) or another material."

9519,2017-06-22,Chevron Propylene/propane barge-Dock 4,"Pascagoula, MS 39581, USA",30.33318,-88.510421,Chemical,,propylene propane mixture,,,,,,117600,0,"On June 22, 2017, the USCG Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of incident at the Chevron Refinery in Pascagoula, MS, involving a barge loaded with a mixture of propylene and propane. Barge is reportedly leaking from a pinhole leak on the gasket on top of the barge. Volume of product in barge is 2800 barrels. Safety zone of 300 feet has been established. USCG is seeking product hazard analysis."

9518,2017-06-22,"F/V Lady Demaries Sinking, Offshore of Galveston",Gulf of Mexico,28.87833333,-94.4525,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,5000,0,"On June 22, 2017, the USCG MSU Texas City notified the NOAA SSC that the F/V Lady Demaries was sinking approximately 30 miles southeast of Galveston, TX. The vessel has 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel and miscellaneous other oil products on board. Fate and transport information provided."

9517,2017-06-22,Yacht L'Enterprise,"40 NM West of Leadbetter Point, WA",46.72666667,-125.045,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 22, 2017, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that the 87FT Vessel L' ENTERPRISE was sinking with 02 POB, 32NM west of OCEAN SHORES, WA, The USCG rescued the crew and the vessel was abandoned . The USCG requested a trajectory for the partially submerged vessel."

9516,2017-06-21,Black Bay Chemical Totes,"Black Bay, LA, USA",29.57083333,-89.51166667,Chemical,,(X-CHEM)P22 (~700gal) & Methanol (~150gal),,,,,,950,0,"On June 21, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding six (6) missing chemical storage totes from a platform located in Black Bay. The totes were discovered missing after the inclement weather event (20-21JUN2017). USCG requested information on the potential hazards of the chemicals contained in the totes."

9515,2017-06-20,"Liberated barge, Main Pass 25","Main Pass 25, LA, USA",29.52873611,-89.40697222,Oil,,Relatively empty barge loose in unmanned platform territory,,,,,,,0,"On June 20th, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO to request trajectory information for a barge that broke free from its mooring at the facility located in Main Pass, Louisiana. There is no concern for discharge from the barge, but it may be a hazard to vessels and platforms in the area."

9514,2017-06-19,Navlox Taurus,Mississippi River MM065,29.0,-90.00933333,Chemical,,"HCL, AL2O3",,,,,,,0,"On June 19, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA regarding the compatibility of chemicals being used aboard a ship at Mississippi River MM065. Muriatic acid reacted with Alumina creating fumes"

9513,2017-06-14,Catlettsburg Utica Crude (discharge investigation),"Big Sandy River, Catlettsburg, KY 41129, USA",38.367748,-82.596359,Oil,,utica crude,,,,,,,0,"On June 14 2017, USCG Marine Safety Unit Huntington (Sector Ohio Valley) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a suspected discharge from the Marathon refinery in Catlettsburg , KY. USCG has requested support for the investigation into the release to include possible hindcast as well as fate and behavior information."

9511,2017-06-10,FV Taku Sinking,"Sutwik Island, AK",56.51666667,-157.155,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,880,0,"On June 10, 2017, the FV Taku was reported sinking south of Sutwik Island on the Alaskan Peninsula. The Taku is a 65-foot fishing tender with a wooden hull. The maximum potential is 880 gallons of diesel. Three crew were rescued with no report of injury. At the time of rescue, the vessel was free floating. USCG is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory at this time."

9510,2017-06-09,Main Pass 23 Well Head leak,"Breton Sound LA, USA",29.57472222,-89.45222222,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,420,0,"On June 9, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a report of 2 mile long by 1 mile wide sheen in Main Pass (MP) block 23. The sheen is from an well head or flowline at an unmanned platform that is suspected to have been discharging since the prior evening. The discharge was secured and the USCG requested a trajectory forecast."

9509,2017-06-08,USS Posco Industries bomb threat,"Pittsburg, CA 94565, USA",38.0244303505,-121.863741875,Chemical,,"anhydrous ammonia, liquid hydrogen",,,,,,,0,"On June 8, 2017, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted NOAA ERD regarding a reported bomb threat at a local steel processing facility in Pittsburg, CA. Air plume modeling was requested in the event of a large-scale release from the facility."

9508,2017-06-06,"Dock 12, Port of Texas City, Potential Off-gas from Vessel",Texas City,29.3768,-94.8908,Chemical,,H2S gas,,,,,,,0,"On June 6, 2017, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Texas City, TX, contacted the NOAA SSC regarding potential off-gas of H2S from a vessel at Dock 12, Port of Texas City. Specific vessel information unavailable but reported to be carrying a sour crude. MSU Texas City requested advice on potential air plume of H2S should off-gas occur."

9507,2017-06-06,South Marsh Island block 207,"Southwest Pass, LA,",29.50944444,-92.04777778,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 6, 2017, the USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a 5 mile long x 200 foot wide' sheen in the vicinity of Lighthouse Block 207 pipeline facility. A trajectory was requested."

9505,2017-06-04,Mystery Spill or Anomaly off St Augustine FL,"Offshore, Florida",30.0,-80.33,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On June 2-4 2017, a potential oil spill off the east coast of Florida was detected by NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service. The analysis indicated relative high confidence of oil. USCG Sector Jacksonville is conducting overflights of the area today. The feature could be oil, an algal bloom, or other debris collecting in a convergence area on the eastern edge of the Gulf Stream. NOAA provided the USCG with initial trajectory information."

9504,2017-06-01,"Mystery Sheen, Trinity Bay","Chambers County, TX",29.74861111,-94.73694444,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On June 1, 2017, the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) produced an Oceanmap satellite report showing an anomaly (potential spill) in Trinity Bay, TX, near some small facilities in the Bay. NOAA SSC provided report to Sector Houston-Galveston, who were currently working with local facility to evaluate sheen."

9503,2017-06-01,Sunoco Logistics,"2300 N Twin City Hwy, Nederland, TX 77627, USA",30.00746944,-93.98007778,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,504,0,"On May 31, 2017, Sunoco Logistics discharged approximately 12 barrels of heavy fuel oil (API 12.3) into the Neches River, near Nederland, TX. Oil Spill Recovery Organizations (OSROs) were deployed, and oil is currently contained in a boom near the facility. On June 1, 2017, the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted NOAA SSC to request a trajectory."

9502,2017-05-31,Lower Caribbean Oil Spill,Trinidad and Tobago,10.6918,-61.2225,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 30, 2017, NOAA was contacted by RAC/REMPEITC - Caribe (The Regional Activity Center for the Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Information and Training Center for the Wider Caribbean) and the Curacao meteorological office regarding oil beaching at various locations on Venezuela, Aruba, Bonair, and Curacao. The heavy weathered patchy product is suspected to have originated from a tank release that occurred in Trinidad on 23 April. NOAA advised that sample collection and fingerprinting would be helpful to positively identify the oil source. NOAA is standing by to assist further if additional information becomes available that could help determine future movement of the oil"

9501,2017-05-31,"Mystery Sheen, Keweenaw Waterway, MI","McLain State Park Rd, Hancock, MI 49930, USA",47.2345828802,-88.6315841717,Oil,,Hydraulic Oil,1,,,,,5,0,"On May 31st, 2017, a mystery sheen measuring 0.5 miles by 5 feet, was reported near the Lily Pond section of the Keweenaw Waterway, MI. The USCG Marine Safety Unit in Duluth requested information about resources at risk and environmentally sensitive areas in the Lily Pond section of the Keweenaw Waterway."

9500,2017-05-30,Adak Harbor Sheen,"Adak, AK",51.85043,-176.65191,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"ON May 30, 2017, the USCG observed a rainbow/grey sheen in Adak Small Boat Harbor resulting from a diesel and herring oil spill. The sheen is covering roughly 1/3 of the harbor with pockets of recoverable material. USCG has requested an ESA Section 7 consult to be initiated."

9499,2017-05-29,"Sunken Tug, Eugene Island Block, Offshore LA",Gulf of Mexico,28.80333333,-91.63666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4400,0,"On May 25, 2017, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC to evaluate if shoreline impact was anticipated from a sunken tug in the Eugene Island Block, Offshore Louisiana. Tug is carrying 4,400 gallons of diesel, but is not known to have discharged. No NRC # has been filed, case is currently in Search and Rescue (SAR) phase. Phone support provided."

9498,2017-05-28,GB 545 Mystery Sheen,"Offshore, Gulf of Mexico",28.05922222,-94.02538889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 28, 2017, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a reported sheen approximately 15miles NW of the Flower Garden Banks. USCG is investigating. At this time it is uncertain if the sheen is oil (anthropogenic cause vs biogenic). The report was taken from a vessel transiting in the area of the reported sheen."

9497,2017-05-25,Delta Flight 159 Fuel Dump,"Leelanau County, MI, USA",45.4,-86.3,Oil,,Jet A Fuel,,,,,,26432,0,"On May 20th, 2017, Delta flight 159 was in a holding pattern at 28,000 feet over Lake Michigan for the purpose of dumping fuel before diverting back to DTW. The flight dumped approximately 177,300 lbs / 26,462 gallons of Jet A fuel. USCG Sector Sault Ste Marie is requesting information about the fate of jet fuel released at altitude."

9495,2017-05-24,"Ethylene Glycol Drums, Sea Rim State Park","State Hwy 87, Sabine Pass, TX 77655, USA",29.67861111,-94.01583333,Chemical,,Ethylene Glycol,,,,,,110,0,"On May 23 & 24, 2017, 55 gallon drums (2 drums total) containing etheylene glycol were found on the beach of Sea Rim State Park, Sabine, TX. The drum discovered May 23 did not appear to have released any contents, the drum discovered May 24 was leaking slightly. USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted NOAA SSC to request information on listed species potentially in the response area."

9496,2017-05-24,"Mystery Sheen, MC-21",Offshore LA,28.93722222,-88.91194444,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On May 24, 2017, a sheen was reported in Mississippi Canyon, Block 21. Sector New Orleans requested SSC evaluation as to possible source. Sheen unrecoverable, no response planned."

9494,2017-05-23,Tug Adrift off Washington Coast,Tug adrift off Quinalt River,47.23,-124.42,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 23, 2017, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified the NOAA SSC of a 113 ft tug adrift off the Washington Coast. It is towing an empty barge and the tug has a maximum fuel capacity of 65,000 gallons of diesel. The vessel owner, Salmon Bay Barge Line, is working to get a contract tow company to tow the tug and barge to Grays Harbor. Trajectory of drifting tug requested."

9493,2017-05-22,Tug Mr. Landon Aground,"Calcasieu Ship Channel, Cameron, LA 70631, USA",29.807348,-93.349403,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,6000,0,"On May 22, 2017, the Tug Mr. Landon ran aground in the Calcasieu Ship Channel, Cameron, LA, carrying 6,000 gallons of diesel, and an estimated 500 gallons of other oil products. Vessel is currently discharging, but boomed. MSU Lake Charles requested trajectory."

9492,2017-05-17,PVS Chemicals Sulfuric Acid Release,"55 Lee St, Buffalo, NY 14210, USA",42.864,-78.84,Chemical,,Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,,0,"On May 16th, 2017 at 2130, PVS chemicals in Buffalo, NY reported 1725 lbs of sulfuric acid was released from a heat exchanger into the Buffalo River. USCG is requesting fate and effect and resources at risk in vicinity of release."

9491,2017-05-15,Crowley Barge DBL 165-1 Grounding,"Quinhagak, AK",59.750133,-161.929302,Oil,,"diesel, heating oil, gasoline",,,,,,288000,0,"On May 13, 2017, the Crowley Barge DBL 165-1 ran aground in the Kanektok River near its entrance to Kuskokwim Bay. It is grounded on the north side of the river less than a mile downriver of Quinhagak. The tug Nachik refloated on next high tide. The USCG Sector Anchorage is requesting a NWS Spot forecast while barge remains aground awaiting an appropriate tide."

9489,2017-05-11,Marathon Petroleum Storage Tank H2S release,"8025-8099 Crider Ln, Catlettsburg, KY 41129, USA",38.375257,-82.599794,Chemical,,transmixed petroleum and H2S,,,,,,,0,"On May 11, 2017, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Huntington, WV (Sector Ohio Valley) of a release of H2S from a transmixed petroleum storage tank at the Marathon refinery in Catlettsburg, KY. Early reports indicated a range of readings for H2S from 100 PPM to 10 PPM within the dike wall. USCG is sending a team to investigate and is gathering information. Hazard information on H2S provided by SSC."

9490,2017-05-11,Navy OCEANA Jet Fuel Spill,"2789 Potters Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23452, USA",36.83294444,-76.06594444,Oil,,JP-5,1,1,,,,100000,0,"USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC at 1000 hours on 11 May 2017 of a spill of JP-5 jet fuel at the US Naval Air Station (OCEANA), Norfolk, VA. An unknown amount entered a storm water drain and has made its way to the Eastern Branch of Lynnhaven Inlet. USCG has requested trajectory, weather, tides and RAR."

9488,2017-05-10,Bellingham Gray Whale Carcass,"Bellingham Bay, WA",48.747,-122.54083333,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 10, 2017, the NOAA SSC was contacted by NMML Marine Mammal Stranding Coordinator of a dead Gray Whale in Bellingham Bay, WA. Trajectory and analysis requested."

9486,2017-05-08,U.S. Steel Ferrous Chloride Release,"1 Quality Dr, Ecorse, MI 48229, USA",42.287553563,-83.1093978952,Chemical,,Ferrous Chloride,,,,,,11000,0,"On May 8th, 2017, the USCG reported that US Steel in Ecorse, MI release 11,000 gals of a ferrous chloride solution from a storage tank. Secondary containment was reported to have contained much of the spill, but some material entered a manhole cover that leads to the Detroit river."

9506,2017-05-05,"Goble, OR, Columbia River Hazmat Cleanup","70325 Columbia River Hwy, Rainier, OR 97048, USA",46.0150850386,-122.874097824,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"Northwest Region NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG IMD, Sector Columbia River, with a request to provide ERMA Resources at Risk information on a response operation to take fuel off some abandoned vessel(s) in the vicinity of Goble, OR during the period of approximatley June 1-16, 2017. The vessels are located on the Multnomah channel in the Columbia River."

9485,2017-05-04,Cox Bay Oil Containment Release,"Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.46,-89.60666667,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,420,0,"On May 4, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a release of crude oil and rainwater from the containment area of a barge located in the Cox Bay area. The USCG has requested potential resources at risk and some trajectory information."

9484,2017-05-04,F/V Heidi II,"Breton Sound LA, USA",29.6455,-89.33933333,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,700,0,"On May 4, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a sunken vessel in Breton Sound that was the subject of a Search and Rescue (SAR) case. The vessel has been observed discharging fuel. No NRC report is associated with this case. Trajectory and potential resources at risk (RAR) have been requested."

9483,2017-05-02,"F/V David Boy, Atchafalaya Basin LA","Point Au Fer Island, LA",29.33933333,-91.41,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,500,0,"On May 2, 2017, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a fishing vessel that had ran aground on 30APR17. Initially a Search and Rescue (SAR) case, the fund was opened to deal with the vessel. On 01MAY2017 at ~1340CDT an overflight was conducted by the USCG and a sheen was observed to be coming from the grounded vessel. USCG has requested a fate, effect, and trajectory analysis as well as a potential resources at risk."

9482,2017-05-01,"Gray Whale Carcass: Seaview Approach, WA","0.5 NM Offshore Long Beach, WA.",46.332508,-124.082033,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On May 1, 2017, the NOAA SSC was notified of a dead Gray Whale (approximately 22-30 feet in length) floating near Seaview Approach, 0.5 NM offshore of Long Beach, WA. Estimated weight of carcass is about 9,000 kg. The whale is currently entangled in fishing gear. A trajectory is requested."

9481,2017-05-01,"TPIC, Romere Pass LA","Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.28861111,-89.23055556,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,210,0,"On May 1, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding the discharge of oil from a leak in a flow line. The oil was reported to have impacted shoreline (mudflat) and vegetation. An OSRO is reported to be on scene, and the source is reported as secured (boom in place, line shut in)."

9480,2017-04-27,M/V Maersk Garonne,11 miles south Mobile Bay Gulf of Mexico,30.06055556,-88.16833333,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 27, 2017, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an incident involving discharge of heavy fuel oil (HFO) from the M/V Maersk Garonne located approximately 11 miles south of Mobile Bay. Discharge is reported to be from a "pinhole" leak above the water line from the starboard fuel tank. USCG is requesting fate and trajectory analysis in the event there is a significant discharge."

9478,2017-04-26,"SAR Support, Missing Bahamian Small Craft Vessel","Moors Island, Bahamas",26.3750561674,-77.7145385742,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 26, 2017, NOAA ERD was requested to assist with SAR modeling for missing crew from a Bahamian small craft carrying groceries and supplies from Grand Bahama to Moors Island. ERD was asked to review the search pattern and suggest additional search locations."

9479,2017-04-26,"Waste Oil Drum on Elliott Key, FL","Spite Hwy, Islandia, FL, USA",25.455564,-80.189807,Oil,,Waste oil,,,,,,55,0,"On April 26, 2017, the US Coast Guard Sector Miami notified the SSC that an abandoned 55 gallon drum of waste oil washed up on Elliott Key, FL and was observed leaking. The Coast Guard advised that they planned to respond to the drum and remove it tomorrow morning."

9476,2017-04-24,"FV Mariana C, Tangiers Island, Maryland","Dump Rd, Tangier, VA 23440, USA",37.7973,-76.0436,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,500,0,The NOAA SSC received a notification from USCG Sector Hampton Roads at 6:00pm about a 43 foot long commercial fishing vessel sinking in the Chesapeake Bay this afternoon. Vessel sank with 500 gallons of diesel fuel on board. USCG requested trajectory analysis.

9475,2017-04-24,"Sunken Pleasure Craft, Pass a Loutre","Venice, LA",29.14333333,-89.22266667,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,450,0,"On April 24, 2017, Sector New Orleans notified NOAA SSC of a sunken pleasure craft in the Mississippi River near Pass a Loutre. Vessel has 450 gallons of gasoline onboard, believed to be still in the tote tanks on the vessel but actual status uncertain. Phone support provided regarding fate, effects, and resources at risk."

9474,2017-04-21,Tug Powhatan,"Sitka, AK",57.129633,-135.380201,Oil,,"diesel, lube oils",,,,,,1075,0,"At approximately 2215 on 19-Apr-2017, it was discovered that the tug Powhatan, owned by Samson Tug & Barge, had sunk at the dock. The tug was in the process of being stripped. Initial estimates of fuel are 700 gallons of diesel and 325 gallons of lube oils. An overflight at 1600 on 20-Apr-2017 reported 1NM by 1NM sheen on the water. The USCG has requested a fates and trajectory analysis."

9477,2017-04-19,Right Whale Carcass,"38 Hiram Pond Rd, Dennis, MA 02638, USA",41.79638889,-70.26777778,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"NOAA was notified of a Right Whale carcass that was found in Cape Cod Bay on April 13, 2017. Fisheries Enforcement requested a hindcast for the carcass."

9473,2017-04-17,M/V Todd Brown,"MM 940 Mississippi River (near Columbus, KY)",36.8,-89.13,Oil,,marine diesel,,,,,,17980,0,"On April 17, 2017, the USCG MSU Paducah contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken UTV, the M/V Todd Brown located near MM 940 on the Mississippi River north of Columbus, MS. Vessel sank around 1500 CST and has approximately 17,980 gallons of diesel and 67 gallons of slop oil on board. No release reported, but no on-scene observations as of yet. USCG is requesting fate and trajectory for worst case discharge."

9472,2017-04-15,"Mystery Sheen, NESDIS Report",Breton Sound,29.38981111,-89.24179444,Oil,,South Louisiana Crude,,,,,,,0,"On April 15, 2017, Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC for evaluation of NESDIS Anomaly associated with a platform. Nearby field personnel from another organization confirmed that the platform was discharging a small amount of crude and a Coast Guard overflight confirmed sheen."

9471,2017-04-14,"BP Exploration Well #3, Prudhoe Bay, AK","Prudhoe Bay, Alaska",70.2683632,-148.4848009,Oil,,Natural gas crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 14, 2017, the EPA Duty Officer for EPA Region 10 notified NOAA ERD of an oil gas blowout on Well #3 in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The incident began at 0815 local time. The well is venting gas and a mist of oil is blowing off the pad into snow covered tundra. The pad has been evacuated until the well can be shut in. There is no estimate of the amount of oil and gas being discharged. Notification only, no requests for NOAA products at this time."

9470,2017-04-12,U.S. Steel Hexavalent Chrome Release,"100 Riverwalk Dr, Portage, IN 46368, USA",41.630829,-87.17607,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On April 11, 2017, U.S Steel Corporation discovered a green discoloration in the water near an outfall at their facility in Portage, IN, discharging into Burns Waterway. The EPA investigated and determined the material was hexavalent chrome. This information was immediately shared with United States Coast Guard personnel, who were also responding. NOAA support was requested to understand the fate of the spilled material in the waterway."

9469,2017-04-10,F/V Bendora Aground,"near Grand Terre, LA",29.28666667,-89.90955556,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1200,0,"On April 10, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC regarding a grounded fishing vessel, F/V Vendora, near Grand Terre, LA. No discharge has occurred, but the vessel has 1,200 gallons of diesel on board. The USCG has requested a trajectory prior to approving a lightering plan."

9468,2017-04-07,Vengeance crane barge sinking,"San Francisco Bay, CA",37.8095,-122.35116667,Oil,Marine Debris,diesel,1,,,,,4000,0,"On April 7, 2017, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the NOAA SSC to report that a 112’ x 52’ deck barge and crane had capsized and sunk around midnight, just east of Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay. The barge and crane reportedly had roughly 4,000 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons of hydraulic fluid on-board at the time of sinking. The crane and barge had been working on the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) subway tube under the Bay prior to the sinking, but BART officials have reported no known damage to the BART transit system. Sector San Francisco requested oil fate & trajectory support."

9467,2017-04-06,Breton Sound Natural Gas Well Head 46D,United States,29.57833333,-89.11722222,Other,,Natiral Gas,0,,,,,,0,"On April 6, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO about a discharge of natural gas from a well head located in Breton Sound. Wild well is en route OMI and Clean Gulf Associates are on standby."

9465,2017-04-05,"Rigolets oil spill,Jefferson Parish - Hilcorp","the Rigolets, Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.57361111,-90.04694444,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,84,0,"On April 5, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO to report an oil discharge from low flow line due to a pin hole leak. Hard and soft boom are in place, and the source is secure."

9466,2017-04-05,UTV Michael Nadicksbernd,"Strawberry Rd, Brookport, IL 62910, USA",37.1282,-88.65928,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,47000,0,"On April 5, 2017, the USCG MSD Paducah (Sector Ohio Valley) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an Uninspected Towing Vessel (UTV) grounded at Lock 52 on the Ohio River (MM 939). No report of discharge. Vessel carrying 47,000 gallons of diesel. USCG is requesting trajectory assessment for worst case discharge."

9464,2017-04-04,"ATB Meredith Reinauer, Catskill, NY","Hudson River near Catskill, NY",42.2141734621,-73.8502693176,Oil,,gasoline,,,,,,2520000,0,"On April 4, 2017, the ATB MEREDITH REINAUER ran hard aground in the Hudson River near Catskill, NY. The pollution potential is 60,000 BBLS of gasoline (barge) & 93,000 gals of diesel (tug). The barge is listing 10 degrees to STBD but no pollution has been observed. USCG requested trajectory for a potential release."

9463,2017-04-01,Anna Platform Pipeline Leak,"Cook Inlet, Alaska",60.9769,-151.31513,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,19320,0,"On 1 April, 2017, Platform Anna experienced a crude oil discharge of unknown volume from a production pipeline on the bottom of Cook Inlet. The pipeline was shut in. USCG is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis."

9462,2017-04-01,MV Dawn,"near Chassell, MI USA",46.988,-88.4364,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 1, 2017, NOAA ERD was contact by USCG MSU Duluth regarding a fishing vessel sunk in Portage River Harbor Refuge. The 36ft fishing vessel reportedly sunk at the dock and a rainbow sheen was reported around the vessel. USCG requested information on any sensitive sites that may be in the vicinity."

9461,2017-03-31,"Lower New York Bay, Brooklyn, NY","399 Bay 38 St, Brooklyn, NY 11214, USA",40.59149,-73.99718,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,1,1,,,,27000,0,"On March 31, 2017, USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a 27,000 gallon diesel fuel spill from Bayside Fuels, into Gravesend Bay, Brooklyn, NY. The incident occurred at approximately 0245 hours on March 30, 2017. The USCG requested a NOAA trajectory."

9460,2017-03-20,Hilcorp Abandoned well head JGTB 162,West Bay Area,29.14472222,-89.37388889,Oil,,LA crude oil,,,,,,840,0,"On March 20, 2017, NOAA was contacted by USCG regarding a discharge from an abandoned gas well head. Responders are in route to begin operations to shut in the well head in the morning. No release rate reported. Overflight conducted for a 1.0x0.5mile sheen, another overflight is anticipated for the afternoon."

9458,2017-03-14,"Anomaly, Trinity Bay (NRC#1173233)","Trinity Bay, Texas",29.74555556,-94.79333333,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 14, 2017, Sector Houston-Galveston requested information regarding a NOAA NESDIS satellite report of a potential oil spill in Trinity Bay, Texas."

9457,2017-03-14,"Kilauea Lava flow safety zone, Kamokuna, Hawaii County, Hawaii","Kaimu-Chain of Craters Rd, Pāhoa, HI 96778, USA",19.317825,-155.044675,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On March 14, 2017, the USCG Sector Honolulu asked NOAA ERD to provide guidance for establishing a safety zone where lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano is currently entering the ocean at Kamokuna, Hawaii County, Hawaii."

9459,2017-03-14,"Mystery Sheen, Red River (NRC#1173239)","Love County, Oklahoma",33.81,-97.20416667,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 14, 2017, Sector Houston-Galveston notified NOAA SSC regarding a mystery sheen (4 miles long) on the Red River. The sheen is in the EPA zone, and EPA is responding. No products requested at this time."

9455,2017-03-09,UTV Tom Rogers,"Mississippi River near Wickliffe, KY 42087, USA",36.96111,-89.09585,Oil,,marine diesel,,,,,,3500,0,"On March 9, 2017, the UTV Tom Rogers sank in the Mississippi River (LDB at LMR MM 950) near Wickliffe, KY No current reports of pollution, but potential is 3500 gallons of diesel and residual lube oil from bilge. Shoreline/on-water assessments up to 7-10 miles downriver are being conducted and OSRO is on-scene. Assessments will continue periodically until the vessel is salvaged. USCG is requesting fate and transport assessment of potential discharge given current river conditions."

9456,2017-03-08,Mystery sheen / possible seep,"30 NM West of San Diego, CA",32.56666667,-117.91666667,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 8, 2017, USCG pilots reported an oil sheen on the water’s surface roughly 35 NM due West of San Diego Bay. Observers reported seeing bubbles rising within the sheen and photos taken from the USCG helicopter suggest a nearby, submerged source. USCG requested assistance in determine the potential source including whether if might be from an uncharted natural seep."

9454,2017-03-08,"OSV Miss Lynda Aground, Calcasieu West Jetty","Cameron, LA",29.76,-93.35,Oil,,Marine Grade Diesel,,,,,,4390,0,"On March 8, 2017, an OSRV ran around approximately 1/4 mile offshore of the Calcasieu Ship Channel west jetty. No discharge has occurred. Vessel has approximately 4,390 gallons of oil products on board, predominantly marine grade diesel fuel, along with some lube oil and hydraulic fluid. MSU Lake Charles requested a worst-case discharge trajectory."

9452,2017-03-07,Ecofaith G.O.,"Unimak Pass, Alaska",54.31372,-164.60094,Oil,,IFO/diesel,,,,,,400000,0,"On March 1, 2017, the 750' bulk carrier, Ecofaith G.O., suffered a broken tail shaft. It is currently under tow (via tug) to Dutch Harbor, AK. It is expected to transit the Unimak Pass area on Mar 10 and arrive in Dutch Harbor on Mar 11. The USCG Sector Anchorage is requesting a Resources at Risk report for the Unimak Pass/Unalaska Bay transit."

9453,2017-03-07,"Train Derailment Newburgh, NY","newburgh NY 12455, USA",41.48744,-74.009569,Chemical,,"Sulfuric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Bisulfate Aqueous",,,,,,,0,"On March 7, 2017, the NOAA SSC received a notification from USCG Sector New York that a CSX freight train derailed on the West Shore line track along the Hudson River near the Windsor-Newburgh border. Three cars were carrying 55,000 gallons of sulphuric acid, 32,000 gallons of sodium hydroxide and 18,000 gallons of bisulfate aqueous. The train cars are not leaking at this time. Sector New York requested information on these three chemical products, human and ecological risks."

9451,2017-03-06,FV St Dominick,"Pumicestone Bay, Alaska",53.51162,-167.06938,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"On March 6, 2017, the FV St Dominick ran hard aground in Pumicestone Bay. The vessel holed, quickly took on water and sank. The vessel was carrying over 5400 gallons of diesel and had 86,000 lbs of cod onboard. USCG is requesting a fates and trajectory analysis, resources at risk report, and ESA Section 7 emergency consultation."

9450,2017-03-02,Racine Lock & Dam condensate barges,"Racine Locks and Dam, Letart, WV 25253, USA",38.916948,-81.911547,Oil,,natural gas condensate,,,,,,126000,0,"On March 2, 2017, USCG Sector Ohio Valley notified the NOAA SSC of a barge incident located near the Racine Lock & Dam on the Ohio River. No release reported. Two barges containing a combined 74,000 bbls of natural gas condensate are detached and resting in the dam. Salvage operations are underway."

9449,2017-03-02,Tug Ocean Eagle,"Sumner Strait, AK",56.42063,-133.8906,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,58000,0,"On March 2, 2017, the NOAA HDO was notified of a tug grounding in SE Alaska. The tug was carrying 58,000 gallons of diesel fuel. It was reported that an unknown amount of the fuel has leaked."

9448,2017-02-28,FV Elizabeth Taylor,"Kodiak, AK",57.69893,-152.52592,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5500,0,"On 28 Feb, 2017, USCG MSD Kodiak called to report that the fishing vessel Elizabeth Taylor broke anchor and drifted aground in Women's Bay. The max potential for diesel fuel is 5500 gallons. At this time the vessel is reported to be sound and on a sand shoreline."

9447,2017-02-28,"Island Tug and Barge, Seattle, WA",West Duwamish Waterway.,47.576327881,-122.35932827,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 28, 2017, the USCG notified the NOAA Emergency Response Division of an tug/barge allision on the West Duwamish waterway in Seattle, WA. The Tug has a capacity of 9000 gallons of diesel and the estimated discharge is 1200 gallons. The contents of the barge was not reported. Global Diving and Salvage is on-scene and the source is secured. The Tug is boomed."

9445,2017-02-27,Sonny J,"Vidalia, LA 71373, USA",31.566695,-91.416908,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"On February 26, 2017, the USCG Sector Lower MS River (LMR) received a report of towing vessel Sonny J sinking in a barge fleeting area north of Natchez bridge near Vidalia, LA (right descending bank). By 1700, the vessel was submerged up to the second deck. Oil spill response organization is on site and vessel is contained with boom. Minor amount of sheen observed. Salvage plan is being developed."

9444,2017-02-23,"Mystery Sheen, South Timbalier, LA",Gulf of Mexico,28.88555556,-90.44333333,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On February 23, 2017, MSU Morgan City, contacted the NOAA SSC and asked for an evaluation of a possible sheen (NRC#1171801) in South Timbalier area. Review of photos indicated differences in water color were most likely a convergence zone, not oil. Conclusion reported to MSU Morgan City."

9441,2017-02-18,Bellingham BNSF Rail Yard,"1001 Roeder Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA",48.7548307012,-122.488975525,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On February 18, 2017, the NOAA SSC was contacted by the EPA and notified that estimated 200 gallons diesel was released from a ruptured locomotive tank in the BNSF rail yard. Source secured, and tank patched. No release into any waterway, but some small streams nearby drain into Bellingham Bay. Tank capacity 2500 gallons and no further leak occurring."

9442,2017-02-18,"Energy 21 Pipeline, Grand Isle Block 22",Offshore LA,28.10138,-89.97847,Oil,,South Lousiana Crude,,,,,,26,0,"On February 18, 2017, MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC to evaluate whether shoreline impact was anticipated from a 26 gallon discharge from an Energy 21 pipeline approximately 7 miles offshore (NRC#1171392). Phone support provided. Based on volume discharged, distance from shore, currents and weather, no shoreline impact anticipated. Pipeline is secure, with no pressure in the line, and divers are scheduled to investigate tomorrow."

9440,2017-02-16,Tug Samson Mariner,"Gravina Island, AK",55.41166667,-131.80333333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On February 16, 2017, the USCG contacted the NOAA Emergency Response Division about the Tug Samson Mariner that ran aground on Gravina Island, AK. Approx. 3000 gal No. 2 Diesel has been released. USCG has requested an oil spill trajectory."

9439,2017-02-15,"IG Petroleum, West Delta 84",Louisiana,28.93072222,-89.43016667,Oil,,Oil (Unknown),,,,,,10,0,"On February 15, 2017, Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of a jack-up barge which discharged 2 barrels of an unknown oil in Southwest Pass. USCG is sending pollution responders to investigate."

9443,2017-02-14,Ferry Peter Stuyvesant,"70 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210, USA",42.3534380789,-71.0425114632,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,200,0,"In 1978 the historic ferry Peter Stuyvesant sank at pier 4 in Boston. Portions of the wreck were removed, but the keel and engine room were left in place. In January 2017, a firm was hired to remove the remaining wreckage and small amounts of oil began to leak into a previously boomed area.. The US Coast Guard was called and the NOAA SSC was consulted. Removal continues with additional protection and supervision and under an approved removal plan that now included oil removal."

9436,2017-02-13,FV Predator,"Akutan, Alaska",54.1171,-165.71153,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5500,0,"On February 13, 2017, the USCG MSD Dutch Harbor sent notification of a grounded 80-foot fishing vessel ""Predator"" in Akutan Bay. The vessel is taking on water and USCG is delivering de-watering pumps via helo. They have an estimated 5,500 gallons of diesel onboard. USCG is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9438,2017-02-13,Oroville Dam,"Oroville, CA 95966, USA",39.5382045163,-121.485013962,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On 12-FEB-2017, roughly 190,000 people were evacuated from below the Oroville dam due to high water levels within Lake Oroville and eroding emergency/auxillary spillway structure. The Oroville dam is the tallest dam in the US (770’) and impounds the second-largest man-made lake in CA. Water levels within Lake Oroville were diminishing by 13-FEB-2017, but more rain is expected in the area later in the week. No pollution events nor structural failure have yet occurred, but disaster agencies (CalOES & FEMA) have activated some of their resources."

9437,2017-02-13,Whitney Oil & Gas Well #11,South Pass,29.04397778,-89.30421667,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,0,0,"On February 13, 2017 Whitney Oil & Gas in New Orleans reported a spill of 0.033 gallons of crude oil. USCG Sector New Orleans reported the incident to NOAA's RRO at 1430 (CST). No products were requested at that time."

9434,2017-02-12,Fieldwood Energy Pipeline,Ship Shoal,28.58222222,-91.20638889,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,56,0,"On February 12, 2017, the MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA in order to request a trajectory of and estimated 56 gallon discharge of crude oil from an offshore pipeline that was reported to have occurred @ 0700CST on 12FEB2017 creating a 2.5mi x .5mi. Sheen. The cause is unknown at this time."

9435,2017-02-12,Whitney Oil&Gas Well 1008B#14,"South Pass 24, Venice, LA 70091, USA",29.00472222,-89.27166667,Oil,,"Oil, crude",1,0,,,,138,0,"On February 12, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO about a report of an out of service well discharging into the Gulf of Mexico at South Pass 24. Boon is staged and ready on-scene Clean Gulf Associates standing by. An overflight is scheduled in the morning in order to investigate shoreline impact."

9433,2017-02-11,F/V Destination,"St. George Island, Alaska",56.69,-169.70416,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,35400,0,"On 11-Feb-2017, USCG Sector Anchorage reported that the 98-foot fishing vessel Destination sank near St. George Island in the Bering Sea. A SAR is ongoing 6 POB are missing. The vessel had a capacity of 35,400 gallons of diesel onboard. Sector is requesting fate and trajectory analysis for the diesel."

9432,2017-02-10,"MV TUTAHACO, HALIFAX RIVER","1850 Ocean Shore Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32176, USA",29.33916667,-81.06583333,Oil,,waste oil,1,1,,,,200,0,"On February 10, 2017, the USCG Jacksonville notified the SSC of a 200 gallon waste oil spill in the Halifax river. Details at that time were incomplete but Coast Guard representatives on scene indicated some shoreline impact and the possibility of surface washing agent use. At the time of the report the spill had been secured and contained. Later it was reported that the spill originated from a moored WWII tug."

9431,2017-02-08,Hilcorp Platform A Gas Leak,"Nikiski, AK",60.77637,-151.43365,Other,,Natural Gas,,,,,,93252,0,"On February 8, 2017, the USCG MSD Homer reported that an 8-inch natural gas line is releasing natural gas into Cook Inlet between Platform A and the shoreline in the vicinity of Middle Ground Shoal."

9430,2017-02-06,NESDIS MSRP Alaminos Canyon lease block Anomaly,Alaminos Canyon lease blocks 120 & 165,26.84308333,-94.34386111,Other,,uknown- NAPL,,,,,,,0,"On February 6, 2017, the USCG Sector Corpus Christi contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a satellite reported anomaly (potential spill). The USCG conducted an overflight and investigated the reported anomaly but did not observe a spill.."

9429,2017-02-02,FV Defender,"Bering Sea, Alaska",55.6333,-164.35,Oil,,Envirologic Oil 3046,,,,,,300,0,"On February 2, 2017, the F/V Defender reported an accidental release of 300 gallons of Envirologic oil 3046 (biodegradable food oil) into the Bering Sea. The release occurred approximately 120 nm north of Unalaska Island in the Bering Sea."

9427,2017-01-31,Hilcorp Platform Leak,"Unnamed Road, Port Sulphur, LA 70083, USA",29.41472222,-89.70416667,Oil,,oil,,,,,,4,0,"On January 31, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO about a platform leak approximately 3.7 miles south of Port Sulphur. The reported amount of oil in the water and the surrounding marsh is 4 gallons. The source is reported as secure, though the oil was not reported to have been contained. USCG is sending out a team to investigate."

9428,2017-01-31,"Oiled Birds, Cape Cod","Atlantic White Cedar Swamp Trail, Wellfleet, MA 02667, USA",41.907387436,-69.9640274048,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On Saturday (1/28/17) and Tuesday (1/31/17) several oiled birds were found on the shores of Cape Cod. One razorbill and three murres. NOAA SSC was contacted by both the state and the USCG. The spread of the findings and the fact that all but one was alive make hindcasting very difficult. NOAA NESDIS was contacted and a review of recent satellite images proved negative.. Currently, samples are being taken of the oil and the birds are being treated. Resource and management agencies have been notified, including the Cape Cod National Seashore, to be on the lookout for more animals."

9423,2017-01-18,Kinetica condensate Leak (formerly West Cameron 165 Mystery Sheen),West Cameron Lease Block 165-Kinetica LLC. offshore platform,29.37472222,-93.54388889,Oil,,Probably oil,,,,,,,0,"On January 18, 2017, the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA RRO about a mystery sheen reported in the vicinity of West Cameron lease block 165. The USCG requested ocean current information for the area."

9422,2017-01-12,LPG Train Derailment,"El Segundo, CA 90245, USA",33.9019559787,-118.383166539,Chemical,,LPG,,,,,,100500,0,"On January 12, 2017, the USCG Sector LA/LB contacted the local NOAA SSC regarding a train derailment near the intersection of Rosecrans and Douglas (East of the El Segundo Refinery). Three rail cars are known to be involved in the derailment. They are reportedly carrying LPG however, no damage or release to air or water have been reported. El Segundo and refinery fire departments are on-scene. USCG requested air plume modeling support for a hypothetical release from each/all three rail cars in the event they are damaged during response or salvage operations."

9425,2017-01-12,New Haven Oil Terminal Pipeline,"Unnamed Road, New Haven, CT 06512, USA",41.2829194107,-72.9158147197,Oil,Pipeline,Diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On January 19, 2017 the USCG discovered sheening from a combined stormwater/sewerage outfall (CSO) associated with the New Haven Terminal. The oil leaked into the CSO from the soil. Leak continues but is controlled and contained. The NOAA SSC was contacted on Friday afternoon for advice via telephone."

9421,2017-01-10,F/V Karrissa Jo,"24 Water St, Lubec, ME 04652, USA",44.8617095296,-66.9807243347,Oil,,Deisel,,,,,,150,0,"On January 7, 2017, the FV Karissa Jo sank in near Lubec, Maine, in approximate 53 feet of water (cause unknown). The vessel was carrying 150 gallons of diesel fuel. No pollution has been reported."

9419,2017-01-10,Galveston Lightering Area Fuel Discharge,"Offshore of Galveston, TX",28.55833333,-94.56,Oil,,Arab Medium Crude,,,,,,1050,0,"On January 10, 2017, transfer hoses between a barge and deep draft vessel conducting lightering operations approximately 40 miles off shore of Galveston failed, discharging somewhere between 2.5 and 25 bbls of Arabian medium crude into the water. MSU Texas City contacted NOAA SSC for trajectory."

9420,2017-01-10,Kaktovik Storage Tank,"Kaktovik, AK",70.126559,-143.618159,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"On January 9, 2017, the Kaktovik Alaska Public Works Department reported that their 5000 gallon oil storage tank was empty. It is estimated that >4000 gallons of diesel leaked from the tank via a broken pipe. This is believed to have occurred sometime in the last two weeks. The storage tank is located 1/4 mile from Kaktovik Lagoon. The extent of fuel migration is currently unknown."

9418,2017-01-07,Star King,"3NM West of Cape Disappointment, WA",46.27316667,-124.14783333,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On January 7, 2017, the USCG Sector Columbia River reported that the F/V Star King capsized and sank approximately 3NM West of Cape Disappointment. Maximum potential discharge is 4000 gallons of diesel (the vessel's fuel capacity) but only 300 gallons of discharged diesel was reported."

9417,2017-01-06,M/V Desert Hope Fuel Discharge,"13201 Patterson Rd, New Orleans, LA 70131, USA",29.8925,-89.90861111,Oil,,OMG-380,,,,,,52,0,"On the morning of January 6, 2017, the M/V Desert Hope discharged 52 gallons of heavy fuel (OMG-380) near Mile Marker 84, Lower Mississippi River, while refueling from a tanker barge. Source is secure. Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC to request fate."

9416,2017-01-05,Renaissance Ship Shoal 266A Platform Fire,"Offshore of Terrabonne Parish, Lousiana",28.35694444,-91.08833333,Oil,,South Louisiana Crude,,,,,,19950,0,"On January 5, 2017, a fire was reported on a small production platform in the Ship Shoal area of the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 55 miles offshore of Terrabonne Parish, LA. Crew members abandoned platform, and were recovered by a nearby vessel. No pollution was reported."

9415,2017-01-03,Custom Fuel Service Diesel Spill,"1169-1181 LA-44, Reserve, LA 70084, USA",30.04706667,-90.54140556,Oil,,Diesel fuel,1,,,,,500,0,"On January 3, 2017, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA Regional Response Officer regarding a 500 gallon diesel spill that occurred on January 2 during a fuel transfer from a barge at Mississippi River mile marker 137 . The USCG reported that the diesel has been contained. USCG determined the cause was the bursting of a 3"" fuel line"

9426,2016-12-14,WW-II dry dock,"34NM west of San Gregorio, CA",37.34166667,-123.11166667,Other,,Marine debris,,,,,,,0,"On October 26, 2016, the WW-II era floating dry dock (YFD70) sank while transiting under tow near the northwestern boundary of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) in the vicinity of Pioneer Canyon (max charted depth roughly 700 fathoms). The vessel reportedly did not have any fuels onboard."

9414,2016-12-12,Ash Coulee Creek Spill,"21st St S W, Medora, ND 58645, USA",47.1056,-103.3694,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil,,,,,1,,0,"NOAA RRT8 rep received notification of the Ash Coulee Creek oil spill in western North Dakota. No request for support. On 15 DEC, RRT notified of an insitu burn to be conducted on site. Initiating hotline as a placeholder for information on the case due to use of ISB inland and capturing any lessons learned."

9413,2016-12-10,M/V Olympic,Apple Tree Cove,47.79,-122.49,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On December 10, 2016, the USCG notified the NW SSC of a 51 ft recreational vessel that broke free from anchorage and drifted towards shore, grounding and overturning in 12 ft of water near Kingston, WA. The owner estimates is that there was 200 gallons diesel on board. Contractor planning to remove fuel in place, owner to salvage."

9412,2016-12-09,"Richmond Yacht Basin Fire, Richmond, Virginia","9998 Arrahatteck Trail, Henrico, VA 23231, USA",37.39383333,-77.36705556,Oil,,diesel fuel and gasoline,,,,,,,0,"On December 9, 2016, the USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC that there was a fire at the Richmond Yacht Basin Marine, Richmond, VA. Several dozen recreational boats, adjacent docks and piers were engulfed in flames. Sheen was observed in the James River. USCG on-scene. USCG requested technical support. tides and weather."

9410,2016-12-07,F/V Exito,"Unalaska, Alaska",54.07833333,-166.33983333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On December 7, 2016, NOAA was notified of a sinking vessel 4 miles off Priest Rock, outside of Dutch Harbor, AK. The USCG requested a trajectory for a 5,000 gallon diesel spill."

9411,2016-12-07,"F/V Qualay Squallum, Moclips, WA","Grays Harbor, WA",47.1972556927,-124.204032901,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At 0330 hours on 12/7/16, the 51 foot fishing vessel Qualay Squallum ran aground north of Grays Harbor, WA. The USCG reports the vessel is aground on tribal lands, and is currently not reported to be leaking. The vessel has an estimated 3000 gallons of diesel onboard. The grounding location was given as 47.16.967 N and 124.14.582 W. The location is near Moclips, WA. USCG requests a trajectory analysis and consultation assistance."

9409,2016-12-06,UTV Charlie G,"Granite City, IL 62040, USA",38.77377778,-90.13294444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 6, 2016, the NOAA SSC was notified by Sector UMR of vessel, UTV Charlie G, which ran aground near the Chain of Rocks Upper MS River vicinity MM 192.2 . Number 3 starboard wing tank reported to have ruptured with 10,000 gallons of diesel and vessel is taking on water. Max potential of fuel on board is 53,000 gal. USCG requested trajectory support, fate and affects analysis."

9408,2016-12-03,Associated Terminals: Diesel Discharge,"Mississippi River ~MM89, New Orleans, LA 70131, USA",30.050314,-90.545132,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,3000,0,"On December 3, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO in order to give notice of a 300gal diesel discharge that happened at Mississippi River MM89. The discharge occurred during fuel transfer."

9407,2016-11-29,Energy 21 Platform F,"Approx 8 miles offshore Atchafalaya Bay, Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.3125,-91.53527778,Oil,,,,,,,,10,0,"On November 29, 2016, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA RRO to report a discharge of approximately 10bbls from a platform located eight miles from shore. The discharge was reported as not secure but is anticipated to be secured shortly. Requested trajectory and weather."

9406,2016-11-27,Tyonek Platform Potential,"Tyonek, AK",61.076425,-150.950758,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,69000,1,"On November 27, 2016, , the SSC was notified by USCG MSD Homer of a potential incident at Tyonek Oil Drilling Platform. It was discovered that diesel fuel had migrated into and is trapped within one of the support legs of the Tyonek Platform. MSD Homer is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory, resources at risk and ESA section 7 consultation for a potential release into Cook Inlet."

9403,2016-11-22,Barge DBL 185,"Off Port Orford, OR",43.10566667,-125.66816667,Oil,,"Diesel, gasoline, refined cleaning products",,,,,,7560000,0,"On November 22, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified NOAA that the tug towing the 120-foot long barge DBL 185 lost propulsion approximately 50 nm west of Port Orford, OR. The barge is drifting NNW and is reported to be carrying 180,000 gallons of diesel, gasoline and refined cleaning products. A trajectory forecast in the event of release from the barge was requested."

9405,2016-11-22,WW-II Landing Craft,"Rio Vista, CA",38.1428093641,-121.693304815,Oil,,Diesel,,1,,,,220,0,"On November 22, 2016, a WWII-era landing craft (aka "LCM") carrying a tractor was taking on water and sinking in the vicinity of the USCG Boat Station Rio Vista on the Sacramento River. The LCM is estimated to have 120 gallons of red-dye marine diesel on board at the time of sinking and was seen actively leaking this afternoon. The tractor is believed to have 100 gallons of diesel on-board and is not known to be leaking at this time. USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request fate & trajectory information in advance of a first-light shoreline assessment."

9402,2016-11-21,Main Pass 35 Mystery Sheen,"Unnamed Road, Buras, LA 70041, USA",29.45944444,-89.41388889,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,,0,"On November 21, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified NOAA about a reported 2mi x 2000ft silvery sheen. The mystery sheen was observed at 0820 from an unknown source and was reported to be headed south ."

9401,2016-11-20,F/V CAPT Jeff,"12 Saltmarsh Rd, Fairhaven, MA 02719, USA",41.5599767726,-70.8769226074,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"On November 20, 2016, the USCG Sector SENE was notified by the F/V Capt. Jeff that she was taking on water off New Bedford Harbor, MA. She is carrying 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC for support on oil fate and transport and resources at risk."

9400,2016-11-19,"M/V Nenita, Columbia River, WA","Columbia River Mile 30, WA",46.26733333,-123.51566667,Oil,,Marine diesel and high-sulfur fuel oil,,,,,,300000,0,"On November 19, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River was notified that the M/V Nenita, a 738-foot bulk carrier laden with grain, had run aground in the Columbia River at river mile 30 (near Brookfield, WA) while outbound. The vessel is carrying 300,000 gallons of marine diesel and high-sulfur fuel oil. The vessel's hull was breached but no fuel was released. Two tugs assisted with stabilizing and turning the vessel for transit to Kalama. Spill response equipment is on-scene and standing by in the event of a fuel release."

9399,2016-11-18,MV Lucky Lady,"17 Miles SE of Dog Island, FL",29.65,-84.38,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"On November 18, 206, the USCG MSD Panama City, FL contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 38 foot sailing vessel LUCKY LADY sinking approximately 17 miles SE of Dog Island, FL. The vessel was reported having 150-200 gallons of diesel onboard."

9398,2016-11-18,Tank Truck Jet Fuel Spill,"Point Mugu, CA",34.1118045556,-119.082183838,Oil,,Jet fuel JP8,1,1,0,0,0,1500,3,"On Friday morning, November 18, 2016, a mobile tank truck overturned near the entrance to the Point Mugu Naval Air Station and released approximately 1,500 gallons of JP8 jet fuel onto the pavement and into a nearby creek."

9396,2016-11-17,Energy 21 (formerly Main pass 61),United States,29.2975,-88.91666,Oil,,Louisiana Sweet Crude,,,,,,151,0,"On November 17, 2016, the USCG contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a 3.6bbl oil spill off of Main Pass, LA. USCG requested Wx and trajectory."

9395,2016-11-17,Jack-Up Barge Grounding,"Nome, AK",64.496,-165.439,Oil,,diesel fuel and Hydraulic oil,,,,,,350,0,"On 16-Nov-2016, a jack-up barge broke from its moorings in heavy weather. An excavator, that was on the barge, went overboard in 20 feet of water with approximately 150 gallons of hydraulic oil in the tank. The barge grounded on the outer harbor jetty and is in danger of breaking apart in heavy surf. There is a fuel tank strapped to the deck containing 200 gallons of diesel. The USCG has requested a spot forecast."

9397,2016-11-17,"M/V POLA PALEKH Aground, Morehead City, NC","Fort Macon Rd, Atlantic Beach, NC 28512, USA",34.6895,-76.667,Chemical,,Potash,,,,,,,0,"ON November 17, 2016, the USCG Sector North Carolina contacted the NOAA SSC to report the grounding of the M/V POLA PALEKH, a 600 ft bulk carrier carrying 35,800 MT of potash. Grounding occurred in the Morehead City Channel, North Carolina. Sector NC requested trajectory and information on potash. No pollution reported at this time."

9394,2016-11-15,F/V Blue Ocean,"75 Eastern Point Blvd, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA",42.592521637,-70.662689209,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On November 11, 2016, the 54' wooden hull fishing vessel, the BLUE OCEAN broke free from its anchor line and grounded in Southeast Harbor in Gloucester, Mass. Containment boom has been deployed around the vessel.  The max capacity was estimated around 200 gallons of diesel."

9393,2016-11-15,Pleasure Craft LUCIA,United States,41.0627860687,-71.3781738281,Oil,Collision,Diesel,,,,,,175,0,"On November 16, 2016, the 36 foot pleasure craft LUCIA collided with a 40 foot fishing vessel and promptly sank. The event happened 12.5 miles SE of Block Island, RI in 200 feet of water. All souls were rescued by the fishing vessel which experience no major damage. The LUCIA went down with 175 gallons of diesel fuel on-board. The UCSG Sec. Southeast New England requested fate and transport information from the NOAA SSC."

9392,2016-11-09,Shark River Oil Spill,"342-360 S Riverside Dr, Neptune City, NJ 07753, USA",40.1867,-74.0394,Oil,,oil,1,,,,,10,0,"On 9 November at 4:00pm, USCG Sector Del Bay notified the NOAA SSC about an oil spill that occurred in Shark River, Neptune, NJ. Appears that a dredge cutter struck an underwater unidentified object that resulted in an oil spill. NOAA SSC went on-scene at the request of the USCG."

9390,2016-11-07,T/V Newlead Granadino,"Monkton, MD 21111, USA",39.22666,-76.5459,Oil,,"Residual asphalt in tanks, 15-55 gallon drums waste oil, 34,000 gallons diesel fuel, and 3,100 gallons lube oil",,,,,,3100,0,"On 7 November 2016, USCG Sector Maryland contacted the NOAA SSC for the T/V Newlead Granadino that is currently immobile in Baltimore Anchorage, Maryland. Vessel has waste oil, residual asphalt, diesel fuel, and sludge on board. USCG requesting trajectories, resources at risk."

9389,2016-11-07,Whale Carcass Tracking: Atlantic,Gulf of Maine,42.42,-68.2,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 11, 2016, the National Marine Fisheries Service requested a NOAA ORR ERD drift analysis of a whale carcass in the Gulf of Maine"

9387,2016-11-01,"Gasoline Pipeline- Helena, AL","Helena, AL, USA",33.296184,-86.843371,Oil,Pipeline,gasoline,,,,,,300000,0,"On October 31, 2016 at 4:56 p.m. EDT the National Response Center received a report of a 168,000 gallon (4,000 barrel) discharge of gasoline from a 36" steel transmission pipeline. The incident was discovered in Helena, Alabama at 2:55 p.m. CDT. The pipeline was reportedly struck by a third party contractor resulting in the discharge."

9386,2016-10-30,Iron Throne Sinking,"Prince William Sound, Alaska",60.65333,-147.45,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"At 1300, on 30-Oct-2016, USCG notified the SSC of 32-foot pleasure craft which sank west of Naked Island in Prince William Sound. The vessel has 100 gallons of fuel on board. The bow is visible above the water surface. Five persons were rescued. No sheen is visible."

9385,2016-10-28,Main Pass 61,"St Bernard Parish, LA, USA",29.97333333,-89.22833333,Oil,,"Oil, crude",,,,,,49,0,"On October 28, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA ERD regarding an estimated 49 gallon discharge of crude oil from a platform located in Main Pass 61 creating a 1.5mi x 0.5 mi rainbow sheen due to an equipment malfunction. The platform has been shut-in. The rainbow sheen is dissipating."

9384,2016-10-24,Caustic soda spill MM 454- Miss River,"Muscatine, IA 52761, USA",41.40152,-91.05935,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 24, 2016, USCG Sector Upper Miss. River notified the NOAA SSC of a line break during transfer operations of NaOH to a barge vicinity of MM 454 on the Upper MS River. Approximately 100-200 gallons of product spilled along the right descending bank and the line was secured. USCG requested evaluation of threat to environment."

9383,2016-10-24,F/V Pacific Rim,"Westport, WA 98595, USA",46.90183333,-124.09066667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On October 24, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified NOAA ERD that the F/V Pacific Rim is grounded on a sand bar just south of the Westport Marina in Grays Harbor, WA. The 60-foot vessel sank at approximately 0400 yesterday and is reported to be carrying 250 gallons of diesel fuel. No oil release has been observed but trajectory support was requested in the event of a release."

9382,2016-10-21,Hilcorp Lafitte Field CF#1,"Lafitte, LA, USA",29.58333333,-90.06222222,Oil,,Crude Oil (presumed South Louisiana),,,,,,126,0,"On October 21, 2016, a storage tank at the Hilcorp facility on the canal south of Lafitte, LA discharged an estimated 3 bbls of crude oil into the canal and nearby marsh area. Discharge has been boomed and OSRO is on-site. Sector New Orleans notified NOAA SSC and requested resources at risk."

9381,2016-10-20,"Tug GILCREST, Gig Harbor, WA","Carr Inlet, Pierce County, WA, USA",47.333354981,-122.655658722,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 20, 2016, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NW SSC that a submerged vessel "GILCREST" was reported in Carr Inlet, west of Gig Harbor, WA, physical address 8202 86th AVE, Gig Harbor, WA. The vessel is a 55ft tug converted to a recreational craft. On board is approximately 500 gallons of diesel. USCG is on scene and detects no sheen or signs of release. Vessel appears to be stable and not expected to drift, with upper part of mast just above surface of water. Vessel owner has contacted Boat U.S. for salvage."

9379,2016-10-15,Lake Lery Hydraulic Fluid Spill,"1, LA, USA",29.79416667,-89.83,Oil,,Hydraulic Fluid,,,,,,60,0,"On October 15, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a hydraulic fluid leak on a dredge in Lake Lery, LA. The leak was due to equipment failure and 50-60gal was estimated spilled."

9377,2016-10-13,Caillou Island,"9, LA, USA",29.08925,-90.45036,Oil,,South Louisiana Crude,,1,,,,1050,0,"On October 8, 2016, Hilcorp Caillou Island Tank Battery discharged an estimated 300 bbls of South Louisiana crude (NRC#1161033). The tank battery was equipped with a containment and recovery system, which appeared to have prevented discharge of most of the oil to the water. On October 11, 2016, an estimated 15-25 bbls of oil stranded on Timbalier Island, and is believed to be associated with the discharge from Caillou Island."

9376,2016-10-13,S/V Soteria,"Clallam County, WA, USA",48.1396687228,-124.72398377,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,60,1,"On October 13, 2016, ERD was notified of a grounded sailboat at Sand Point, south of Cape Alava, on the Olympic Coast of Washington State. The vessel grounded on October 8, 2016. Three persons on board were rescued. The vessel is reported to have 60 gallons of diesel and multiple small gasoline tanks. Items that could be moved have been relocated above the high tide line. Salvage/wreck removal is pending.Global Diving and Salvage, POC Katy Stewart, contracted to salvage. Global visited the site Monday morning, 10/17. We expect to hear a field report and development of a salvage plan based on current condition of the wreck. No word yet on condition of on-board fuel tank and contents, estimated at 60 gal."

9375,2016-10-11,"Grounded Barges Hatteras Island, NC","Hatteras, NC, USA",35.2456190942,-75.5557250977,Oil,,oil,,,,,,500,1,"On 11 October, 2016 at 0800 hours, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC about two grounded barges on Hatteras Island, North Carolina. In total the two barges contain approximately 500 gallons of diesel fuel and 400 gallons of hydraulic fluid. Barges broke free from their moorings as a result of Hurricane Matthew. No pollution has occurred. USCG has not requested any products or services at this time."

9374,2016-10-07,"Urea Release, Kinder Morgan, Chesapeake, VA","4115 Buell Street Chesapeake, Virginia",36.73,-76.27,Chemical,,Liquid Urea,,,,,,1000000,0,"USCG Sector Hampton Roads contacted the NOAA SSC at 9:00pm on October 6, 2016 requesting support for a release of urea at the Kinder Morgan facility, Chesapeake, Virginia. A release of 1,000,000 gallons of liquid urea was accidentally released from an above ground storage tank. No liquid urea entered the Elizabeth River."

9372,2016-10-03,"Sunken Vessel, Tinian Harbor",Northern Mariana Islands,14.965,145.62072222,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,60,0,"On October 3, 2016, the USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC that a 36-foot vessel has grounded and sunk in Tinian Harbor on Tinian Island. The vessel is reported to be carrying 60 gallons of diesel fuel. An analysis of oil fate in the event of release was requested."

9373,2016-10-03,West Bay Abandoned Flowline,"9, LA, USA",29.10888889,-89.37305556,Oil,,Oil (LA Sweet),1,,,,,42,0,"On October 3, 2016, the USCG contacted NOAA regarding a discharge of a reported 1bbl of crude oil in the West Delta. The discharge occurred when the company pressured the line during a scheduled flushing operation to eliminate potential threat from abandoned legacy lines within the company's field. The company deployed 200' absorbent boom containing 0.5BBL of recoverable oil, secured the line and deployed divers to identify and clamp the source. An over-flight was conducted by the company and reported no recoverable oil outside containment. The USCG requested a trajectory model of the discharged oil."

9371,2016-10-02,Mystery sheen,"Grand Isle, LA",29.06444444,-90.12972222,Oil,,Unknown oil,,,,,,153,0,"On October 2, 2016, the USCG contacted NOAA in order to obtain a trajectory for a mystery sheen reported to the National Response Center (NRC) by Chevron in the vicinity of Grand Isle, LA. The sheen was reported to have approximate dimensions of 7 miles long by 1 mile wide."

9370,2016-10-01,West Delta Mystery Sheen,"E, LA, USA",28.96861111,-89.81833333,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On October 1, 2016, the USCG contacted NOAA regarding a report of a sheen observed in West Delta block, LA. The sheen was reported to be 4 miles long x 1mile wide sheen, east to west, drifting NNW. The origin point could not be distinguished. The USCG has requested NOAA trajectory for the sheen."

9369,2016-09-30,Gretna Ferry Landing Diesel Spill,"Gretna, LA, USA",29.917909,-90.067107,Other,,Diesel fuel,1,,,,,60,0,"On September 30, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO to report that approximately 60 gallons of diesel fuel was discharged into the Mississippi River creating a sheen. The discharge occurred while moving a generator with a crane while setting up for a festival."

9368,2016-09-27,PMEL Wave Glider Search,United States,57.79626,-168.75839,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 25, 2016, one of the NOAA PMEL wave gliders stopped transmitting. PMEL has asked ERD to provide some modeling support to help with the search. The wave glider was lost between St. Paul I, and the mainland in the Bering Sea."

9366,2016-09-26,Black Lake Natural Gas leak,"HACKBERRY, LA",30.00475,-93.42575,Other,,crude oil or condensate,1,,,,,300,0,"On September 26, 2016, the USCG MSU Lake Charles contacted the NOAA RRO for information regarding a natural gas leak. The USCG requested information regarding air monitoring, weather, and tides."

9367,2016-09-26,Manilla Pipeline Leak,"Manilla LA, USA",29.486667,-89.986111,Oil,,crude oil or condensate,,,,,,42,0,"On September 26, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO regarding a leak in an oil line. The commodity of concern is crude oil. The estimated amount discharged is 1bbl (42gal)."

9365,2016-09-23,T/V Challenger Pegasus,"Annapolis, Md",38.94083333,-76.4085,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,,0,"On September 23, 2016, NOAA was notified of a gasoline barge lightering operation in Chesapeake Bay that was scheduled later that afternoon. USCG requested assistance with potential spill scenarios, and the barge was lightered without incident"

9364,2016-09-21,Woods Fisheries,"Gulf County, FL, USA",29.834468,-85.309996,Chemical,,anhydrous ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On September 21, 2016, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG Panama City MSD regarding a 500 lb anhydrous ammonia release from Woods Fisheries in Port St. Joe, Florida. The NOAA SSC provided initial isolation distances and hazard information. No reports of injury. USCG following up with local fire/police and facility."

9363,2016-09-20,Mystery spill,"Western Carquinez Strait, CA, USA",38.0607566735,-122.257760582,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On September 20, 2016, the USCG Sector San Francisco reported sheen and petroleum odors in the vicinity of Vallejo, CA and in eastern San Pablo Bay to the California SSC. Product is currently unknown, volume is unknown, and release time & location are unknown. Initial trajectory products are being developed in anticipation of a USCG request in advance of a first light overflight."

9362,2016-09-14,Quarantine Bay 149D Incident,Louisiana,29.44179,-89.50151,Oil,,"South Louisian Crude, Natural gas",,,,,,,0,"On Sept 14, 2016, the crude oil barge SMI 245 (5,681 BBLs of crude), in the tow of the M/V MEGAN B SETTOON, allided with an unidentified natural gas wellhead in Breton Sound. The M/V MEGAN B SETTOON reports the barge likely sustained minor damage from the allision but not significant enough damage to breach the hull. The vessel also reports that the wellhead has started bubbling from product discharge. Discharge quantity is unknown. Rainbow sheening reported."

9361,2016-09-09,Pleasure Craft Fire Rutherford Beach,"Rutherford Beach, LA",29.77,-93.23,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On September 10, 2016, a pleasure craft caught fire off Rutherford Beach, LA, potentially releasing 500 gallons of diesel fuel. USCG requested fate and trajectory analysis."

9360,2016-09-08,F/V Trinity,"Copalis Beach, WA",47.12,-124.19,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On September 8, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified the NOAA SSC for the Northwest that a 70+ foot steel hulled fishing vessel, the F/V TRINITY, grounded at approximately 0300 on Copalis Beach, WA. The vessel is reported to be carrying 3000 gallons of diesel, but there has been no release. Tugs are en route to try to free the vessel. NOAA trustees have been notified."

9359,2016-09-06,T/V Aframax River,"Harris County, TX, USA",29.75,-95.096667,Oil,,Marine Grade Diesel Fuel,,,,,,,0,"At approximately midnight on Sept, 5, 2016, the T/V Aframax River, caught fire when departing a cargo facility on Buffalo Bayou, Houston Ship Channel, Houston. The fire was extinguished in about an hour, but the vessel discharged marine grade diesel fuel into the water. Estimate of potential discharge was 80,000 gallons, with considerable uncertainty as to amount consumed by the fire. Fate and trajectory assistance were requested from the NOAA SSC."

9357,2016-09-05,Bay Long Pipeline,"Barataria Bay, Louisiana",29.31861,-89.81417,Oil,,South Louisiana Crude Oil,1,1,,,,5250,5,"At 0850 CDT on September 5, 2016, a dredge struck an underwater pipeline in Bay Long, a sub-estuary of Barataria Bay, discharging a reported 10 bbls of crude. Type of crude not specified, assumed to be South Louisiana. Pipeline has been shut in, OSROs en-route, and Sector New Orleans is sending pollution responders. Trajectory and resources at risk requested."

9358,2016-09-05,"F/V Lady Lillian, Westport, WA","Westport, WA",46.90235,-124.1019056,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,,0,"On September 4, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified the NOAA SSC for the Northwest that a 77-foot fishing vessel at the Westport Marine in Westport, WA. The vessel is reported to be carrying 1000 gallons of diesel and 10 gallons of lube oil. Currently, the vessel is not actively discharging. USCG plans to deploy boom around the vessel and remove the fuel."

9355,2016-09-04,Grounded Spirit of Sacramento,"False River, San Joaquin River Delta, CA",38.050659,-121.630325,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,600,0,"In the early morning hours of 04-SEP-2016, the paddle-wheeler SPIRIT OF SACRAMENTO was reportedly taking on water in False River portion of the San Joaquin River Delta. All persons on board disembarked safely, but by sunrise the vessel had capsized, grounded and was producing a light sheen. USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request a spot weather forecast and tidal current estimates for the vessel location to support dive assessment. A trajectory may also be requested prior to fuel removal operations."

9356,2016-09-04,UTV Zeus and anhydrous ammonia barge Upper MS River,"Hampton Township, IL, USA",41.55057,-90.42941,Chemical,Grounding,Diesel and anhydrous ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On September 4, 2016, the USCG Sector Upper Mississippi River notified the NOAA SSC of incident involving loss of marine diesel from the UTV Zeus in the vicinity of Davenport, Iowa. The vessel was assisting a grounded anhydrous ammonia barge around 12 AM on 4 SEPT when it grounded and sustained damage to the port fuel tank. The USCG requesting potential trajectory of worst case discharge of fuel from UTV and, or discharge from anhydrous ammonia barge (4,800 tons)."

9354,2016-09-03,"Capsized Landing Craft, Kure Atoll, HI","Kure Atoll, Hawaii",28.01,182.6,Oil,,gasoline,,,,,,50,0,"On September 2, 2016, the State of Hawaii Papahanaumokuakea National Marine Monument coordinator notifed the NOAA SSC for Oceania that a USCG-contracted 30-foot landing craft carrying an excavator capsized at Kure Atoll. The landing craft is reported to have 50 gallons of gasoline onboard, and the excavator a few gallons of diesel."

9353,2016-08-31,ICL-IP America: Liquid Phosphorus Release,"Gallipolis, WV, USA",38.772387,-82.201772,Chemical,,Liquid Phosphorus,,,,,,,0,"On August 31, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Huntington WV notified the NOAA SSC regarding a liquid phosphorus release at the ICL-IP America facility in Gallipolis, WV. Product immediately caught fire producing a smoke plume. USCG requested information on human health hazards associated with liquid phosphorus and the resulting smoke plume."

9352,2016-08-29,M/V Fog Cutter,"Grand Gosier, LA",29.6271667,-89.109,Other,,Marine Diesel,0,,,,,600,0,"On August 27, 2016 the US Coast Guard responded to a report of M/V FOG CUTTER in distress 3.8 miles northwest of Grand Gosier Island, LA. The vessel subsequently sank. USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA RRO and requested a trajectory of the remaining diesel on board in the event there is a discharge."

9351,2016-08-29,Mystery Sheen: Atlantis Canyon,S of Rhode Island,40.13333333,-70.11666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 29, 2016, a A USCG flight reported seeing a 20 mile x 3 mile ""rainbow"" sheen approximately 65 miles south of Nantucket Island at 1020 EDT. The source of the sheen is not readily identified and neither has the target been confirmed as oil."

9350,2016-08-27,Chlorine Tank Car Release,"Proctor, WV, USA",39.747132,-80.851001,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 27, 2016, the USCG Sector Ohio Valley contacted the NOAA SSC for a trajectory of tank car chlorine release in Proctor, WV. NRC report states that liquid chlorine was releasing to the ground with a visible green cloud downwind and along the Ohio River in the area."

9348,2016-08-23,"Hilcorp Wellhead Leak, Little Lake Marsh","Grand Isle, LA, USA",29.548889,-90.154444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 23, 2016, a Hilcorp wellhead in Little Lake Marsh discharged 1 barrel of crude oil due to an equipment failure. Contractors are on site, and discharge has been boomed. Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC and requested resources at risk."

9347,2016-08-20,"FB North Pacific Adrift, Nome, Alaska","Nome, AK, USA",64.49,-166.1936,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1700,0,"On 8/20/2016, the Fuel Barge North Pacific broke its anchor, lost power, and was abandoned by its crew. The vessel is drifting in a NW (350) direction at about 2 knots/hour. The drift trajectory is toward Sledge Island approximately 8 miles offshore from Nome. Sector Anchorage requested a trajectory and fates analysis for the diesel."

9346,2016-08-20,Grounded F/V Ila,"Grays Harbor, WA",46.89,-124.12366667,Oil,,marine diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On August 20, 2016, the F/V Ila ran aground at the south jetty near Grays Harbor, WA. Vessel has 250 gallons of marine diesel on board and not currently leaking, however, the wooden hull is damaged. USCG notified RRO at 1250 and requested trajectory."

9345,2016-08-19,"Mystery Sheen Off Sanibel, FL",United States,26.383406,-82.283218,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 19, 2016, the USCG Station Fort Meyers FL relayed a report from a vessel operator of a oil sheen approximately 8 miles SW of Sanibel, FL. The operator reported a 3-4 mile stretch of sheen with heavier patches of dark oil measuring up to 50 square yards in area. USCG requested NOAA to assess if this oil was a threat to land and where it may move to."

9343,2016-08-17,Ferry Caribbean Fantasy,"San Juan, Puerto Rico",18.4828923511,-66.1364936829,Oil,,Passenger & car ferry / cruise ship,,,,,,263718,1,"On August 17, 2016, at 1040 local time, the ferry Caribbean Fantasy was reported on fire outside San Juan bay in Puerto Rico. A major search and rescue effort is underway with approximately 500 passengers on board. Position is reported as 18 degrees. 28 min. 36.50 sec north 066 degrees. 10 min. 15.48 sec. West. USCG reports 6279 bbl of #6 fuel oil and assorted container cargo. NOAA support has been requested for modeling and resources at risk."

9344,2016-08-17,F/V Lydia & Maya,Downeast Maine,43.58333333,-68.0,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"Aug 17, 2016 at about midnight the F/V Lydia& Maya reported it was sinking. USCG rescued all aboard, but the 71 foot fishing vessel sank is approximately 80 fathoms of water about 40 miles off the opening of Southwest Harbor in Maine. The vessel was carrying 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel. A air assets has been dispatched by the USCG. NOAA SSC has been notified and is standing by for any requests of products."

9340,2016-08-16,"CIPL Drift River Crude Oil Spill, Cook Inlet, Alaska","Tyonek, AK 99682, USA",60.602627,-152.174166,Oil,,crude,,,,,,,0,"On July 2, 2016, the Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company (CIPL) reported that 14 gallons of crude oil was released inside a valve box and one gallon to the ground at the Drift River Terminal Facility (DRT facility), on the west side of Cook Inlet, Alaska. On July 29, CIPL also reported a crude oil stain at the surface of one of the buried 20-inch fill line blind flanges in the pipe corridor between Tanks 1 and 4. The quantity of this spill is unknown."

9341,2016-08-16,"Valdez Diesel Spill, Port Valdez, Alaska","North Pacific Ocean, United States",61.12157,-146.35134,Oil,,Diesel with red dye,,,,,,,0,"On August 16, 2016, USCG Marine Safety Unit (MSU) Valdez reported a discharge of diesel to Port Valdez, Alaska. Estimated discharge amount is 350 - 650 gal diesel w/ red dye. MSU Valdez is requesting a fates analysis and trajectory."

9337,2016-08-15,F/V McCalis,North Pacific Ocean,42.78333333,-124.7,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At approximately 6 PM, Aug 14 NOAA HDO received a call from USCG Sector North Bend about a F/V taking on water approximately 8 miles offshore of Cape Blanco, OR. All persons aboard were rescued. Trajectory and fate information was requested for the 600 gallons of diesel fuel aboard."

9336,2016-08-13,Honeywell Sulfuric Acid Release,"Geismar, LA 70734, USA",30.22916667,-91.0,Chemical,,Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,800,0,"On August 13, 2016, 800 gallons of sulfuric acid was released onto the Honeywell facility near Giesmar, LA. Release is not threatening waterway, and Louisiana State Trooper HAZMAT unit has responded. MSU Baton Rouge requested evaluation of potential air plume on the Mississippi River vessel traffic."

9335,2016-08-13,UTV Jackson Aaron,Mississippi Mile Marker 768.2,35.524077,-89.948981,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,94000,0,"On August 13, 2016, the USCG Sector Upper Mississippi contacted the NOAA SSC with regard to a barge fire. The fire is currently being handled utilizing shipboard fire fighting and damage control (DC) techniques shore-side assist assets are on the way. The USCG has requested the trajectory for a worse case discharge (WCD) for 94,000gal of marine grade diesel. The vessel is currently located at Mississippi River Mile Marker 768.2."

9334,2016-08-11,"Mustard Gas Incident, Barnegat Light, NJ","Atlantic City, New Jersey",39.73,-73.92,Chemical,,Mustard Gas,,,,,,,0,"On the morning of August 10, 2016, USCG Sector Del Bay notified the NOAA SSC about a commercial clam vessel possibly dredging up a canister believed to contain mustard gas. It is believed that a crew member became exposed to the contents of the canister and required medical attention. USCG, NJ Dept of Health are currently investigating the incident."

9333,2016-08-10,Kingwood Exploration Pipeline Leak,"JD Murphree WMA, Port Arthur, TX",29.775,-93.9852777778,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,,,,,2100,0,"On August 10, 2016, MSU Port Arthur notified NOAA SSC of a 50 bbl crude oil discharge from a production pipeline in JD Murphree Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Source is secure, discharged oil is in an impoundment, and response assets have been mobilized. Resources at Risk information was requested and has been provided."

9332,2016-08-03,Timbalier Bay mystery sheen,"Timbalier Bay, LA",29.1122222222,-90.2975,Oil,,unknown/rainbow potentially oil,,,,,,,0,"On August 3, 2016, NOAA was contacted by USCG MSU Houma regarding a 1.5mi x 0.5mi rainbow sheen reported at 0830CDT. A trajectory and resources at risk was requested. Source unknown, commodity of concern unknown."

9331,2016-08-02,TPIC Wellhead Leak,"Main Pass 35 Block, Offshore LA",29.4511111111,-89.4033333333,Oil,,Lousiana Crude Oil/Natural Gas,,,,,,4200,0,"On August 2, 2016, USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of a 50-100 barrel leak of Louisiana crude oil and natural gas from Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) well #24 in Main Pass Block 35. Wild Well has been activated, and OSROs are responding. Trajectory requested."

9330,2016-07-29,NMS: FGBNMS Coral Mortality Event,"Flower Garden Banks NMS, TX",27.99,-94.04,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 27, 2016 , the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary Research Coordinator notified Dr. Steve Gittings of NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries Office of what appears to be an unprecedented mass dieoff of numerous species of at least corals, sea urchins, brittle stars, and sponges over a large area."

9329,2016-07-28,Chevron Platform Discharge,"South Marsh Island Block 223, Offshore of Louisiana",29.4075,-91.9980555556,Oil,,"South Louisiana Crude Oil, Produced water",,,,,,11,0,"On July 28, 2016, USCG MSU Morgan City notified the NOAA SSC of an approximately 12 gallon discharge of produced water and crude oil from the Chevron Platform in South Marsh Island Block 223, approximately 9 miles offshore of Marsh Island Refuge and requested an assessment as to the potential for shoreline oiling. Given amount and type of product released, distance to shore, and environmental conditions, no shoreline oiling was anticipated. No additional products requested. "

9328,2016-07-28,PC Outlaw,"Long Island, Alaska",54.8216666667,-132.671666667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,450,0,"On July 28, 2016, the pleasure craft Outlaw,a 40-ft aluminum hulled vessel, grounded in Nina Cove (54-49.3N, 132-40.3W), on the southeast corner of Long Island, Alaska. 7 People were rescued off the vessel and transferred to USCG Station Ketchikan. USCG Marine Safety Detachment Ketchikan reports 410 gallons of diesel and approximately 20 gallons of hydraulic oil onboard. The Coast Guard is requesting a Resources at Risk report."

9327,2016-07-27,"TPIC Wellhead Leak, RMM 5, Southwest Pass"," Venice, LA ",29.0872222222,-89.2855555556,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,2100,0,"On July 27,2016, USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC about a Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) wellhead leak which discharged 5-50 bbls of crude oil into a canal near Southwest Pass between River Mile Markers 4 and 5 (NRC#11546080). OSRO is on-site, oil has been boomed, and a natural rip-rap barrier separates the canal from the river. "

9326,2016-07-26,FV Alaska Juris,"Amchitka Pass, Alaska",52.565,178.69167,Oil,Derelict,"diesel, lube",,,,,,100000,0,"On 26-Jul-2016, the USCG reported that the FV Alaska Juris, a 218' fish catcher/processor is sinking due to an unknown cause. The vessel has 45 POB on board and a USCG SAR is in progress. There is a potential of 87,276 gallons of diesel on board. Sector Anchorage has requested a fates analysis and trajectory for the fuels."

9324,2016-07-25,FV Carmelina,"Dry Bay, Alaska",57.59,-155.723,Oil,Derelict,diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On 22-JUL-2016, the FV Carmelina, a fiberglass hull purse seiner, capsized and overturned in Shelikof Strait near Dry Bay, Alaska. All POB rescued by ""Good Sam"" vessel SPARTAN. Estimate of fuel on board is 250 gallons diesel (with other assoc. oils). No sheen observed at the time of rescue. Vessel is carrying approximately 3000 lbs of fish. Vessels nets were fully deployed at the time of capsize. USCG is requesting a Resource at Risk report."

9325,2016-07-25,Hilcorp Energy Pipeline Leak,"Lake Grande Ecaille, LA",29.41838,-89.78053,Oil,Pipeline,Louisiana Sweet Crude,1,,,,,4200,0,"On July 25, 2016 the NOAA RRO was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a spill of 30-100bbl of Louisiana Sweet Crude oil. The Incident occurred around midnight on July 24, 2016. The reported cause of the spill is a valve failure within the pipeline. The source is secure, and ES&H is on scene with ~2,500ft of boom. The USCG has requested trajectory and resources at risk from NOAA."

9323,2016-07-24,FV Ambition,"False Pass, Alaska",55.13617,-163.368,Oil,Derelict,diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On 23-Jul-2016, the FV Ambition suffered a breach to the lazarette hold and began taking on water in the vicinity of False Pass, AK. The vessel has a potential of 3000 gallons of diesel onboard. All POB have been rescued by good Samaritan vessel. FV Ambition is submerged and sheening. USCG is requesting a spot forecast and trajectory and fates analysis."

9322,2016-07-22,Swift Energy Pipeline Leak,"Barataria Bay, LA",29.4054722222,-90.0463333333,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil (likely Sweet Lousiana),,,,,,,0,"On July 22, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Houma, LA, notified the NOAA SSC about a pipeline leak in Hackberry Bay, LA. The pipeline is believed to be carrying crude oil, volume released and potential unknown at this point, but line has been shut in (RP Swift Energy). Preliminary Sheen report was dark oil 15 miles x 200 yards. Coast Guard aerial assets and surface team will be on-site this evening, OSROs enroute. Fate, trajectory, and resources at risk requested and in process."

9321,2016-07-20,Mystery sheens,"Off Moss Landing Harbor, CA",36.8076833333,-121.8083,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 20-JULY-2016, a whale watch boat operating outside Moss Landing Harbor, CA reported two mystery sheens one was "football field-sized" and the other smaller. USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to relay the report and to request trajectory support to determine if the sheens are likely to enter Moss Landing and/or threaten nearby shorelines."

9319,2016-07-19,Cow Bayou Marsh ,"Orange, TX",,,Oil,,Crude oil,,,,,,420,0,"On July 19, 2016, the NOAA SSC provided verbal support to the USCG MSU Port Arthur regarding cleanup methods for an oiled marsh near adjoining Cow Bayou. The source of the spilled oil is secure, the spill is contained, no reports of oiled wildlife have been reported and no oil reached the waterway. The USCG is supervising the cleanup."

9320,2016-07-19,FV Taty Z,"Amlia Island, Alaska",52.11667,-173.88333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,1600,0,"On July 19, 2016, the USCG requested SSC assistance with the grounding of the F/V TATY Z on Amlia Island, AK. The operator estimates that there is 1500 gallons of diesel and 20 gallons of lube oil on board. The vessel also has approximately 4,500 lbs. of Halibut on board. USCG has requested NOAA assistance regarding shoreline type at the grounding location."

9317,2016-07-13,Saxon Harbor Marina,"Saxon Harbor, Iron County, Wisconsin",46.561563,-90.438477,Oil,Collision,Marine debris / gasoline / lube oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 11, 2016, severe weather and flooding destroyed much of the Saxon Harbor Marina in Iron County, Wisconsin. A total of 85 boats have been damaged or destroyed with 20 of those washing up on the Lake Superior shoreline and 6 boats still unaccounted for. USCG reports very turbid water and debris 3 to 6 miles offshore. No visible sheen at this time. MSU Duluth contacted the NOAA SSC for trajectory and resources at risk support."

9316,2016-07-12,F/V Mickey Sue,"Tillamook Bay, OR",45.55,-123.928166667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On July 12, 2016, the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted NOAA ERD for trajectory support for potential release from the F/V Mickey Sue, hard aground in Tillamook Bay, Oregon. The vessel is reported to contain a potential of 250 gallons of diesel fuel."

9315,2016-07-11,F/V Captain Kevin,"Sabine Pass, TX",29.6480555556,-93.8277777778,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On July 11, 2016, the F/V Captain Kevin, a shrimping vessel, sank in Sabine Pass, Texas, next to the south jetty. USCG Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur responded as a SAR case crew was recovered with no reported injuries or fatalities. Vessel reported to be carrying 5,000 gallons of diesel, some of which discharged into the channel. USCG requested fate, trajectory, and resources at risk."

9314,2016-07-08,"Mystery Sheen, Green Canyon 205A","Offshore of Timbalier Island, LA",27.8127777778,-90.5188888889,Oil,,Possible Crude Oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 8, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unity in Morgan City notified the NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen reported by a third party in Green Canyon Block 205A. Sheen was rainbow in color, and approximately 5 mile x 5 mile, source unknown. A previous sheen report was filed in the same location on July 3, 2016. USCG is investigating. "

9312,2016-07-01,Beached whale carcass,"Dockweiler Beach, LA County, CA",33.9423888889,-118.44425,Other,,Whale,,1,,,,,0,"On 01-JULY-2016, NMFS Protected Resources Division in Long Beach, CA contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for a Humpback whale carcass beached near the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). They intend to tow the carcass offshore as soon as possible and want to know how far offshore to tow it so it does not re-beach during the upcoming holiday weekend."

9313,2016-07-01,P/C Ment-2-Be adrift,"Offshore of Point Sur, CA",36.1198333333,-122.016166667,Other,,Vessel adrift/marine debris,,,,,,,0,"On 01-JULY-2016, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary contacted the regional NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for a drifting vessel. The 42ft wooden Grand Banks motor yacht was adrift and abandoned near Pt. Sur, CA. The drift request is intended to assist the owner in locating the drifting vessel before it sinks or becomes grounded in the Sanctuary."

9310,2016-06-30,FV Echo,"Nelson Lagoon, Alaska",55.82455,-161.917125,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,210,0,"On 29 June 2016, the FV Echo, a 30-foot fishing vessel began taking on water and intentionally grounded on the coast of Bristol Bay, 26 miles southwest of Nelson Lagoon. The maximum potential is 210 gallons of diesel it is estimated that there are 80 gallons onboard. "

9311,2016-06-30,Tug boat Potomac,"Tappanzee Bridge, NY",41.0700916667,-73.8810305556,Oil,,,,,,,,1000,0,"On June 30, 2016, the tug boat Potomac sank approximately 100 feet up river of the Tappanzee Bridge. All crew are safe and recovered by nearby boat. The tug remains partially submerged in 9 feet of water. She is carrying approximately 800 gallons of the diesel."

9309,2016-06-30,T/V CHEM VENUS,"Portsmouth, NH",43.0447444444,-70.7151055556,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,30000,0,"On June 29, 2016, the Tank Vessel CHEM VENUS was outbound in the Piscataqua River (border of Maine and NH)when it struck a ledge near Goat Island and proceeded to strike 3 moored sailing vessels. No injuries. No pollution or cargo release has been reported and observations by boat and aircraft confirm no pollution."

9308,2016-06-29,Hudson Transmission Partners,"Hudson River, Edgewater, NJ",40.8283527778,-73.9708805556,Oil,Pipeline,Dielectric Fluid,,,,,,,0,"On June 29, 2016, the USCG First District Command Center notified NOAA of a dielectric fluid leak in the Hudson River coming from a subsurface electric transmission line."

9307,2016-06-28,Maywood Fire,"Los Angeles County, CA",34.0,-118.22,Chemical,,Magnesium,,,,,,,0,"On June 28, 2016, the National Weather Service forwarded a request from LA County for modeling support for a release of magnesium due to a fire in a metals recycling plant that occurred on June 14."

9305,2016-06-27,Energy Reserve 2 Discharge,"Breton Sound Block 32, LA",29.5577777778,-89.325,Oil,,Natural Gas and crude oil condensate,,,,,,10,0,"On June 27, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified SSC regarding a discharge of crude oil from an Energy Reserve 2 well in Breton Sound, Block 32. the source, a pinhole leak on an out-of-service wellhead, has been secured. "

9306,2016-06-27,MM26 Mobile River mystery gas,"Axis, AL",30.979731,-87.996658,Chemical,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On June 27, 2016, the NOAA SSC received a request from USCG to help determine a possible source of a mystery bubbling gas near MM 26.6 in the Mobile River (near Axis, AL). A barge/tow transiting the river observed and reported to the USCG. Several possible sources, including a submerged pipeline, are located in the vicinity of the report."

9304,2016-06-26,Lake Ontario Mystery Sheen,"Sunset Bay, Lake Ontario, New York",43.5236,-76.4079,Oil,Mystery Substance,Light petroleum product (hydraulic oil or mineral oil) ,,,,,,60,0,"On June 28, 2016, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Buffalo regarding a mystery sheen along the Lake Ontario shoreline west of Sunset Bay. Sheen was described as a light petroleum product approximately 1 nautical mile long by 30 yards wide. USCG requested a trajectory for the sheen. "

9303,2016-06-23,Halls Canyon Pipeline,"Ventura, CA",34.28,-119.26,Oil,Pipeline,,,,,,,25200,0,"On June 23, 2016, a fire fighting crew near Ventura, CA, reported a leaking pipeline in Halls canyon, about 3 miles from the coast near Ventura, CA. The spill was initially estimated at 5000 barrels but was later revised to 600 barrels. The oil is reportedly contained in a dry gulch and efforts are underway to build a containment berm."

9302,2016-06-20,FV Chippewa,"Unimak Island, Alaska",54.68167,-163.045,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On June 19, 2016, the 44' F/V Chippewa grounded at Cape Pankof on Unimak Island, Alaska. The vessel is holed on its starboard side and could not be pulled free. No sheen has been observed maximum potential is 1000 gallons diesel. Crew were rescued by good Samaritan vessel and enroute to King Cove. Resolve Marine has been contacted for salvage."

9300,2016-06-16,"Mystery Drum, floating, Vineyard Sound","Vineyard Sound, MA",41.375,-70.785,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,

9299,2016-06-16,Mystery Sheen Owls Head,"Owls Head, Maine",44.0683333333,-69.0383333333,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On June 15, 2016, a USCG Aux. flight reported a 500 yard x 50 ft sheen about 1 nm SE of Owls Head, Maine. The source was unknown."

9298,2016-06-15,Ocean 105,"Gulfport, MS",30.35675,-89.08891,Oil,,marine diesel,1,,,,,,0,"On June 15, 2016, the NOAA SSC was notified of a diesel spill in Gulfport harbor, Mississippi. The cause was reported as transfer line rupture. Red diesel observed in the water along the extent of the pier. USCG requesting support on fate and effects."

9297,2016-06-14,F/V Michelle Dawn,"1.5 miles SSW Mexico Beach, FL",29.92929,-85.43607,Oil,,marine diesel fuel,,,,,,200,0,"On June 14, 2016, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG in Panama City, Florida regarding a 50 ft commercial fishing vessel that reportedly sank off Mexico Beach on evening of 13 JUN 2016 with approx. 200 gallons of marine diesel on board. No one on board the vessel. MSD is working on fuel removal plan with OSRO. No report of sheen. Vessel is overturned. MSD is requesting trajectory analysis."

9294,2016-06-14,Mystery sheen,"Turtle Bay, LA",29.5425,-90.1813888889,Oil,Mystery Substance,"Crude Oil, Produced Water",,,,,,42,0,"On June 14, 2016, the USCG Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC to request a hindcast for a mystery sheen reported in Little Lake, Turtle Bay, Louisiana (Jefferson Parish, NRC# 1150600). Source and responsible party were unknown, but suspected to be a pipeline from one of the facilities located on Turtle Bay. Hindcast and trajectory were provided. "

9296,2016-06-14,Navy Helicopter Crash,"Newport News, Virginia",37.6833333333,-76.4946666667,Oil,Search + Rescue,JP-5,,,,,,400,0,"On June 14, 2016, the USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC that a Navy MH 60 Seahawk helicopter crashed into the James river about 1.5 miles north of the James river bridge. All 3 occupants were rescued. The aircraft had approximately 400 gallons of JP 5 fuel on board at the time of crash."

9295,2016-06-14,Unidentified Floating Containers,"Manasquan, NJ",40.0866666667,-73.5666666667,Chemical,,Unknown,,,,,,1000,0,"On 14 June 2016, the USCG Sector New York contacted the NOAA SSC to report that there are two 500 gallon polyurethane containers floating at sea approximately 20-25 miles east of Manasquan Inlet, NJ. Contents and volume unknown. No visible markings except for ""DANGER KEEP AWAY"" painted on the sides of the containers. USCG requested trajectory."

9293,2016-06-13,Mystery Sheen,"Mississippi Canyon Block 809, Offshore LA",28.1551944444,-89.1038055556,Oil,Mystery Substance,Crude Oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 13,2016, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC requesting additional information regarding a sheen reported in Mississippi Canyon Block 809. SSC contacted satellite analyst for additional information, and cross-referenced reports with known facilities in ERMA. OceanMap reports and map of nearby facilities provided to MSU Morgan City. "

9292,2016-06-03,Union Pacific oil train derailment,"Mosier, OR",45.6854388889,-121.404605556,Oil,Railcar,Bakken Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On June 3, 2016, the USEPA notified the NOAA SSC that at approximately 12:40pm a Union Pacific unit train carrying Bakken crude oil derailed near the town of Mosier, Oregon, east of Hood River on the Oregon bank of the Columbia River. Initial information reported was that 2 cars are on fire and no oil has reached the water. EPA responders are en route. Trustees have been notified."

9291,2016-06-02,Magellan Pipeline,"Spring, TX",30.05,-95.23,Oil,Pipeline,,,,,,,,0,"On June 2, 2016, the USCG contacted the Houston SSC regarding a potential pipeline spill near Spring, TX. The pipeline is at risk of damage due to flood conditions on Spring Creek and severe weather in the Houston region. The pipeline has been shutdown and efforts are underway to remove gasoline from the line, but there is currently a potential of 650,000 gallons in the stretch of pipeline at risk. Spring Creek flows into the San Jacinto River and Lake Houston. The lake is part of the Houston water supply. The USCG requested information on potential downstream transport and impacts to water quality."

9290,2016-06-01,F/V WU WU,"Cape May, NJ",,,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,900,0,"On June 1, 2016, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay contacted the NOAA SSC to report that an unidentified vessel, estimated to be 40 ft in length, grounded and than sank inside of Cape May inlet, New Jersey at approximately 9:30pm. USCG estimates that there are 350 gallons of diesel in the fuel tank and an additional 10 fifty-five gallons containers filled with diesel. No sign of a pollution event at the time of the notification. USCG requested NOAA modeling support. "

9288,2016-05-28,Eagle Ford Discharge,"Beaumont, TX",30.0783333333,-94.0833333333,Oil,Pipeline,Eagle Ford Shale oil,,,,,,600,0,"On May 28, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Port Arthur, TX, notified NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen on the Neches River across from the Port of Beaumont. Discharge was reported to be ~400 gallons of Eagle Ford Shale crude. Advice on fate and trajectory, was requested and provided."

9287,2016-05-28,THE MAJESTY,"Boston Harbor, MA",,,Oil,Grounding,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,1900,0,"On May 28, 2016, the USCG Sector Boston notified the NOAA SSC that THE MAJESTY, a dinner cruise ship, ran aground on George's Island near Boston Light, Boston Harbor, MA. Incident occurred at 1924 hours. Vessel had 1900 gallons of diesel fuel on board. An unknown amount of fuel oil has spilled into the water. "

9286,2016-05-27,M/V Roger Blough,"Lake Superior, Michigan",46.5116666667,-84.6166666667,Oil,Grounding,Number 2 diesel,,,,,,133141,0,"On May 27, 2016, the M/V Roger Blough ran around on Gros Cap Reef in Lake Superior, west of Sault Ste. Marie, along the U.S. and Canadian border. Max potential discharge is 133,141 gallons of number 2 diesel. USCG Sector Sault Ste. Marie contacted the NOAA SSC requesting trajectory, fate, and effects for the potential release, but no reported pollution at this time."

9285,2016-05-24,USS HOPPER,"Barbers Point, Oahu, HI",20.52,-158.48,Oil,,Fuel oil 1-D,,,,,,2000,0,"On May 24, 2016, the USCG Sector Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC that the USS HOPPER had released 2000 gallons of fuel oil 1-D approximately 50 miles southwest of Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii. Trajectory support was requested. Fuel oil 1-D is a type of diesel and would not be expected to persist for more than 24 hours. NOAA trustees have been notified."

9283,2016-05-23,Cessna off Makaha Beach,"Makaha Beach, West side of Oahu, HI",,,Oil,Search + Rescue,Jet A fuel,,,,,,50,0,"On May 23, 2016, the USCG Sector Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC for Oceania that a small 4-passenger Cessna aircraft is in the water about 100 yards off the south end of Makaha Beach on the west side of Oahu, Hawaii. The aircraft is reported to have 50 gallons of Jet A fuel onboard. No oil has been reported released or observed in the water. The aircraft is intact and has been anchored in position. NOAA trustees were notified. "

9282,2016-05-23,F/V JAMIE MARIE,"Ocean Shores, WA",46.9361166667,-124.1753,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,4500,0,"On May 23, 2016, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that the F/V JAMIE MARIE, grounded a half mile north of the jetty in Ocean Shores, WA. The 90-foot steel hull fishing vessel is reported to have 4500 gallons of diesel and 30 gallons of hydraulic fuel, as well as 250,000 pounds of fish onboard. Permission is being sought from WA Department of Ecology to dump the cargo of fish. NOAA trustees have been notified."

9284,2016-05-23,Indiana Train Derailment,South Whitley Indiana,41.0884666667,-85.6279166667,Chemical,Railcar,molten phenol,,,,,,,0,"On May 23rd, 2016, the National Weather Service contacted NOAA's Emergency Response Division (ERD) regarding a train car derailment near South Whitley, Indiana. The damaged car was carrying molten phenol. The spill rate is unknown, the total amount of phenol in the damaged tank car is unknown."

9281,2016-05-22,Mystery Sheen,"Viosca Knoll 859, Offshore Louisiana",28.9833333333,-88.5166666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,Crude oil (likely),,,,,,,0,"On May 22, 2016, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen in the vicinity of Viosca Knoll 859 block. The sheen, reported by third party overflying the area, was described as rainbow, extending 1 mile x 1 miles. "

9280,2016-05-20,M/V ULTRA LASCAR,"Outside San Francisco Bay, CA",37.6695,-122.5745,Oil,,Fuel oil,,,,,,166320,0,"On May 20, 2016, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted NOAA ERD to report that the 575-foot bulk carrier, the M/V UTRA LASCAR lost propulsion while inbound transiting toward San Francisco Bay. The vessel is reported to be carrying 3960 bbl of fuel oil. The bulk cargo is salt. Trajectory support was requested in the event of grounding and fuel release, but the vessel was able to anchor and tugs arrived to provide assistance."

9289,2016-05-20,Whale carcass,"Chatham, Mass",41.65322,-69.95488,Other,Marine Mammal,,,,,,,,0,"On June 1, 2016, the National Marine Fisheries Service contacted ERD with a request for a hindcast of a whale carcass found near Chatham, MA, on May 5, 2016."

9279,2016-05-17,ADVs MSD Panama City 2016,"Apalachicola, FL",29.73691,-84.99775,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,,0,"On May 17, 2016, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG regarding planned abandoned derelict vessel removals in vicinity of Apalachicola River. Two vessels were identified as targets for removal and others in area are being assessed."

9278,2016-05-13,Mystery Spill Pemaquid Point,"Pemaquid Point, Maine",43.7833333333,-69.5166666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,250,0,"On May 13, 2016, the NOAA SSC was contacted by the USCG after a USCG Auxiliary flight reported a fuel oil slick off Pemaquid Point (near Boothbay Harbor) in Maine. The footprint was 50x150 yards, about 3 nautical miles off the coast. Spill source is unknown and the location does not match any legacy sunken vessels from the NOAA Resources and Undersea Threats (RUST) database. "

9277,2016-05-12,Green Canyon 248,"Green Canyon Block 248, Gulf of Mexico",27.7305944444,-90.5704527778,Oil,,Louisiana Crude,1,,,0,,88200,2,"On May 12, 2016, NOAA was contacted by the USCG Marine Safety Unity in Morgan City, Louisiana, regarding a discharge of approximately 2100 barrels(88,200 gallons) of crude oil in the Green Canyon block of the Gulf of Mexico during drilling operations. The source was reported to be secure by the RP. The USCG has requested NOAA trajectory, oil fate, and resources at risk at this time. The incident is approximately 100 miles offshore"

9276,2016-05-10,MC 430 Sheen,Mississippi Canyon block 430 (MC430),28.5666666667,-88.2416666667,Oil,,crude oil or condensate,,,,,,,0,"On May 10, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City contacted the NOAA Regional Response Officer regarding a sheen in the vicinity of Mississippi Canyon (MC)430. The sheen was reported to have the dimensions of 5 miles x 25ft. The commodity of concern is unknown but is suspected to be either condensate or crude oil. The USCG requested NOAA trajectory and potential fate of of the sheen."

9275,2016-05-08,Sheen Reports,"off Bolinas, CA",37.8680555556,-122.693888889,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On May 8, 2016, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the SSC to relay two separate (but nearby) sheen reports offshore of Bolinas CA. The first sheen report from a charter fishing vessel was of a 1 mile x 100 yd rainbow sheen at 0930 hrs, but no orientation description. The second report from the Tug Arthur Brusco was of a N/S oriented sheen approximately 12 NM from the earlier report and within the vessel Traffic Separation Scheme outside the entrance to San Francisco Bay. USCG requested a hindcast trajectory to determine if the two sheen reports might be related and to narrow down the potential source(s)."

9273,2016-05-06,Military Harrier Jet Crash,"Wrightsville Beach, NC",34.2308333333,-77.7231666667,Oil,Search + Rescue,JP-5,,,,,,1600,0,"On May 6, 2016, A military jet crashed off Wrightsville Beach, NC at 4:45pm. USCG Sector North Carolina notified NOAA SSC at 7:45 pm. Aircraft reported to have 1600 gallons of JP-5 on board. USCG requested trajectory. "

9274,2016-05-06,Potassium Hydroxide Spill,"Hampton, Virginia",,,Chemical,,,,,,,,10000,0,"On May 6, 2016, USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC about a 10,000 gallon potassium hydroxide spill that took place at a small industrial facility. Most of the product was captured within on-site containment system but unknown amount escaped into a storm drain and into nearby waterway. "

9271,2016-05-04,Floating barrel,"San Francisco Bay, CA",37.8111666667,-122.3525,Chemical,,Barrel,1,,,,,,0,"On May 4, 2016, USCG Sector San Francisco called the NOAA SSC reporting a barrel floating high in the water within San Francisco Bay between Yerba Buena Island and the Port of Oakland. Sector requested trajectory support to assist in recovery operations. Barrel contents unknown."

9272,2016-05-04,"Mystery Spill, Laysan Island, HI","Laysan Island, NWHI.",25.76,-171.73,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On May 3, 2016, wildlife research crews on Laysan Island in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands reported an oiled Laysan duck and observed a brownish slick just offshore of the island. The slick was reported to the National Response Center on May 4, 2016 and staff from the ONMS notified the NOAA SSC. Laysan is approximately 800 nautical miles NW of Honolulu. "

9270,2016-04-28,Drifting S/V KENTUCKY WOMAN,"Off Point Año Nuevo, CA",37.09,-123.05,Other,,Marine debris,,,,,,0,0,"On 25-APR-2016, the S/V KENTUCKY WOMAN was reportedly taking on water 50 NM SW of the entrance to San Francisco Bay and called the USCG for assistance. The crew was rescued via USCG helicopter and the vessel was left to drift. The Monterey Bay NMS contacted the NOAA SSC requesting trajectory support to assist in locating the vessel before it sank or became grounded in the Sanctuary. "

9269,2016-04-27,M/V Shelf Venture,"Baptiste Collette, LA",29.3476166667,-89.3036333333,Oil,Grounding,Marine Diesel,1,,,,,2000,0,"On April 27, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans (Sec NOLA) contacted the NOAA Regional Response Officer (RRO) regarding the grounding of motor vessel (M/V) SHELF VENTURE in Baptiste Collette, LA. The vessel sustained a 8ft by 3in gash on its port side, damaging the port fuel tank. The USCG determined that the contents of the tank, approximately 1000 gallons of diesel, had discharged into the Baptiste Collette. The USCG has requested a trajectory as well as a resources at risk."

9268,2016-04-22,UTV Ricky Lebeouf,"Channelview, TX",29.7875,-95.0665277778,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,10000,0,"On April 22, 2016, Sector Houston-Galveston requested NOAA SSC provide input for booming strategies in case the UTV Ricky Lebeouf, which sank on April 19, discharges the 10,000 gallons of marine diesel on board. Currently, situation is stable, and discharge appears unlikely. Trajectory analysis provided."

9267,2016-04-20,Sunken Barge EMS 319,"MM 92.5, Mississippi River, New Orleans",29.9530555556,-90.0280555556,Oil,Grounding,Crude Oil (Sweet Lousiana Crude),,,,,,1050000,0,"On April 20, 2016, USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a sinking barge containing crude oil at MM 92.6 on the Lower Mississippi River. Barge has a capacity of 25,000 bbls. SSC has provided trajectory based on river flow estimates, and fate analysis for several types of crude oils."

9265,2016-04-15,F/V No. 1 JI HYUN,"Aunuu Island, American Samoa",-14.29,-170.56,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,50000,0,"On April 15, 2016, USCG Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC for Oceania that the F/V No. 1 JI HYUN has grounded on the southwest side of Aunuu Island in American Samoa. The vessel is reported to have 3,000 gallons of diesel on board. No oil has been released to the environment at this time. USCG requested trajectory support in the event of a release."

9266,2016-04-15,F/V PRIVATEER,"Ocean Shores, WA",46.933895,-124.17639,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,6000,0,"On April 15, 2016, the Washington State Department of Ecology notified the NOAA SSC that the 75 foot fishing vessel, F/V PRIVATEER, was sinking near the mouth of Grays Harbor, WA. USCG conducted search and rescue operations and three crew members were successfully rescued off the vessel. The potential spill volume from this vessel is reported to be approximately 6,000 gallons of diesel. "

9263,2016-04-04,F/V Volga,"Resurrection Bay, Alaska",59.9304444444,-149.322833333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On April 2, 2016, the 37-foot F/V Volga ran aground in El Dorado Narrows on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Vessel has 2 ft long hole and crack under waterline which caused flooding in the engine room. There is approximately 100 gallons of diesel and 500lbs of catch on board. USCG has requested resources at risk and a Section 7 consultation"

9261,2016-04-04,Isles of Shoals Mystery Sheen,"Isles of Shoals, NH",43.0333333333,-70.6,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 4, 2016 a fishing boat reported three 100yd x 100yd mystery sheens in the area the Isle of Shoals, New Hampshire. Sector Northern New England requested NOAA to hindcast sheens in order to determine the origin of the sheen."

9262,2016-04-04,Qinaq River Submerged Excavator,"Tuntutuliak, Alaska",60.333576,-162.673874,Oil,,"hydraulic, lube, diesel",,,,,,60,0,"On March 24, 2016, an construction excavator fell through the ice the Qinaq River near the Village of Tuntutuliak, Alaska, and is in approximately 15 feet of water and 20ft from the bank. The excavator has approximately 60 gallons of product on board, approximately 27 gallons hydraulic, 27 gallons diesel, and 4 gallons of engine oil. The USCG requests information on fate, persistence, and transport of the product."

9260,2016-04-04,Truck Accident: I95,"New London, CT (I95 Bridge)",41.36384,-72.087647,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On April 4, 2016, a tracker-trailer jack-knifed on the I-95 bridge over the Thames River, Connecticut. The accident resulted in the breaching of the fuel saddle tanks and the release of approximately 250 gallons of diesel fuel into the River. Sector Long Island Sound contact the NOAA SSC for oil behavior and sensitive resources information. A sheen was seen on both sides of the bridge."

9259,2016-03-29,Bayou Teche Tank Overflow,"Bayou Tesh, Jeanerette, LA 70544",29.8848333333,-91.5933611111,Oil,,Type 3 Crude Oil,1,1,,,,11550,0,"On March 28, 2016, a tank at the PSC industrial Outsourcing was overfilled, filling the containment berm. Some oil escaped containment and entered Bayou Teche near Jeanerette, LA. USCG requested a trajectory and Resources at Risk."

9258,2016-03-25,TPIC Minor Pipeline Leak,"Delta NWR, Plaquemines, LA",29.2455555556,-89.1991666667,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil (South Louisiana),,,,,,84,0,"On March 25, 2016, USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC about an estimated 2 bbl leak of crude oil from a Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) pipeline in the Delta National Wildlife Refuge. Source is secure, OSROs are on-site, and discharged oil is contained by boom in a dead end canal. "

9257,2016-03-24,Grounded F/V PATTY AJ,"Coos Bay, OR",43.3542638889,-124.331733333,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,,0,"On March 24, 2016, USCG Sector Astoria notified the NOAA SSC of a grounded fishing vessel in Coos Bay, OR with 30,000 pounds of fish, 3200 gallons of diesel, and 300 gallons of lube oil. The incident occurred on Wednesday March 23rd at approximately 0800. Three individuals were rescued from the water, one is still missing. USCG requested scientific support for salvage operations."

9255,2016-03-22,Beached Diesel Bladder,"Jefferson, TX",29.6494444444,-94.1355555556,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On March 22, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Port Arthur, TX, contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an app. 500gal bladder containing marine diesel that has washed up on shore in the vicinity of Sea Rim state park in the McFaddin Wildlife refuge. The bladder has a small perforation in one corner and has discharged approximately 5-15 gallons. The USCG has requested a trajectory from NOAA. "

9256,2016-03-22,Long Bay Oil Slick,"East Cox Bay, LA",29.5156666667,-89.5658333333,Oil,,Oil,1,,,,,105,0,"On March 22, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC with regard to an oil slick sighted outside of Long Bay, Louisiana. The volume was estimated to be 2.5 bbl of crude oil. The USCG has requested a trajectory of the slick."

9253,2016-03-20,F/V LONGSHOT,Long Island Sound,41.155,-71.9535,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1100,0,"The 50 foot F/V LONGSHOT caught fire near the entrance to Long Island Sound on Sunday morning March 20, 2016. The crew escaped without injury, but the vessel was full engulfed and burned to the waterline and then sank. The USCG Sector Long Island Sound contacted the NOAA SSC to determine potential fate of the fuel oil and resources at risk."

9252,2016-03-20,Marina fire,"Port Orchard, WA",47.54,-122.646,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,1800,0,"On March 20, 2016, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC of a fire at the Port Orchard Yacht Club involving numerous vessels. Thus far, an estimated 300 gallons of diesel has been released but discharge continues with the potential remaining fuel estimated as 1,500 gallons. USCG Sector Puget Sound is on-scene and requested trajectory support."

9251,2016-03-17,Tarrytown Tug Barge Collision,"Tappan Zee Bridge, NY",41.068813,-73.877728,Oil,Collision,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,2500,0,"On Saturday, March 12, 2016 a tug and barge collided off Tarry Town along the Hudson River in the vicinity of the Tappan Zee Bridge. The plan is to raise the tug on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 and it is estimated that 2500 gallons of diesel fuel is still on board the tug."

9254,2016-03-16,Marine Debris: partial fishing vessel,"off Gold Beach, OR",42.5275,-124.6775,Other,Tsunami,Marine debris,,1,,,,0,0,"During an overflight on March 16, 2016, USCG Sector North Bend, OR, discovered a 26-30 foot partial fishing vessel roughly 10 miles offshore of Gold Beach, OR that is believed to be Japanese tsunami marine debris. No fuel is believed to be on-board the vessel, but USCG attached a Self-Locating Datum Marker Buoy (SLDMB) to track the debris in the event it poses a hazard to navigation and/or comes ashore. "

9250,2016-03-16,"Mystery Sheen, Main Pass LA","Vicinity of Main Pass, LA",29.3736111111,-89.0327777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On April 16, 2016, the NOAA RRO was contacted by Sector New Orleans about a 2 mile long mystery sheen located in the vicinity of Main Pass. This is a notification only no other assistance is requested at this time."

9249,2016-03-15,Berry Lake Platform Fire,"Bayou Sorrel, LA",30.1423333333,-91.4233333333,Oil,,Louisiana Sweet Crude,,,,,,33600,2,"On March 15, 2016, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Baton Rouge, LA, notified the NOAA SSC of a platform fire in Bayou Sorrel, LA. One tank is reported on fire and two adjacent tanks containing 35,000 gallons of product each, are at risk. A firefighting contractor is en route to the site to assist in containing the fire, along with USCG personnel including the USCG Gulf Strike team. "

9247,2016-03-10,F/V BERGEN,"Bellingham, WA",48.760348,-122.513541,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"Om March 10, 2016, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC for the Northwest that the 57-foot F/V BERGEN grounded in Bellingham Bay, WA, with an estimated 1500 gallons of diesel on board. Trajectory and oil persistence support was requested and delivered verbally. Trustees have been notified and ESA Section 7 emergency consultation has been initiated."

9245,2016-03-08,Drug Interdiction,40 miles south of Dominican Republic,16.5,-71.23,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,2500,0,"On March 8, 2016, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC regarding scuttling considerations for an interdicted drug smuggling vessel 40 miles south of the Dominican Republic."

9244,2016-03-07,F/V Ruby D,Ft Meyers. FL (offshore),26.45,-83.04,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On March 7, 2016, the 36 foot fishing vessel Ruby D sank about 45 miles off Ft Meyers Florida. The vessel had a total diesel fuel capacity of 350 gallons but was reportedly carrying 200 gallons at the time of the incident. The USCG rescued all personnel from the vessel and there were no casualties. "

9243,2016-03-06,Sunken Shrimp Trawler,"Near South Jetty, Galveston, TX",29.32975,-94.7130833333,Other,,none,,,,,,,0,"On March 6, 2016, at 1600 central time, MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC to request analysis of expected wave and current conditions in support of operations to stabilize a sunken shrimp trawler near the south jetty of the Houston Ship Channel in Galveston, Texas. "

9241,2016-03-03,Tug Gregory David,"Pool 27, Upper Mississippi River MM 184.5",38.702863,-90.180711,Oil,Collision,marine diesel fuel,1,,,,,20000,0,"On March 3, 2016, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Upper Mississippi River regarding a damaged tug and release of approximately 200-300 gallons of marine diesel fuel within the lock and dam structure near Granite City, IL (Pool 27, Upper Mississippi River MM 184.5). Tug was transiting the lock and reportedly struck the top of the lock causing through hull damage and piercing the #1 fuel tank around 0930. Vessel is stable and secure within the lock. USCG requested product fate and initial trajectory assessment."

9240,2016-02-29,Dozier's Marina Fire,"Urbanna, VA",37.63515,-76.57225,Oil,,"diesel fuel, gasoline, haz mat materials",,,,,,,0,"At 12:50 PM on February 29, 2016, the USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC about a fire at the Dozier's Marina, Urbanna, Virginia. 50 boats on fire. Pollution unknown at this time. Marina located on Urbanna Creek which is a tributary to Rappahannock River. "

9238,2016-02-22,Whitney Oil & Gas Wellhead Leak,"Garden Island Bay, Plaquemines, LA",29.0886111111,-89.1561111111,Oil,,Crude oil (South Louisiana),,,,,,84,0,"On February 22, 2016, USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC about a 2 barrel crude oil release from a wellhead in the Whitney Oil & Gas Garden Island Bay complex. Dark oil is visible for approximately a 50 ft radius around the wellhead, and has been contained by boom. "

9237,2016-02-20,M/V West Cameron,"238 miles south of Pensacola, FL GOM",26.395,-87.3483333333,Oil,,marine diesel,,,,,,6000,0,"On February 20, 206, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Mobile regarding a sunken tug located approximately 238 miles south of Pensacola, FL. The tug was reportedly being towed to Venezuela and sunk overnight on February 19, 2016. Reportedly 6,000 gallons of marine diesel on board. "

9236,2016-02-18,Genesis 8-inch pipeline ,"Magee, MS",31.8691666667,-89.6783333333,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil ,1,1,,,,6300,0,"On February 18, 2016, the USEPA Region 4 contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a reported release from an 8-inch crude oil pipeline near Magee, MS. The incident was discovered on 16 Feb 2016. Impacted waterbodies include Okatoma Creek and associated wetlands. Release volume initially reported as 50 bbls. Release secured. EPA requested technical assistance from SSC for review of SCAT data, cleanup recommendations and spot weather forecasts."

9235,2016-02-17,Hess Zinc Bromide Discharge,"Offshore Marsh Island, LA",27.7641666667,-91.97,Chemical,,Zinc Bromide brine,,,,,,700,0,"On February 17, 2016, at 2030 local time, NOAA SSC was notified about a 700 gallon zinc bromide discharge from a Hess platform approximately 110 miles offshore of Marsh Island, LA. Sector NOLA requested fate and effects assessment, which has been completed and provided. Source is secure."

9234,2016-02-16,FV Tempest,"Whale Island, Kodiak, AK",57.92905,-152.816966667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On February 16, 2016, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that the 115 foot fishing vessel TEMPEST was aground on the south shore of Whale Island in the vicinity of Kodiak, AK. The F/V TEMPEST is carrying 2,000 gallons of diesel, 110 gallons of lube oil, 55 gallons of hydraulic oil and 350,000 pounds of fish. No discharge or damage to the vessel's hull have been reported. The USCG has requested a weather forecast and shoreline information."

9233,2016-02-16,Tug Emily Anne,Boston Outer Harbor,42.374,-70.9128333333,Oil,,,,,,,,1800,0,"On Feb. 16, 2016, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC that the tug Emily Ann had sunk in or around the main shipping lanes into Boston Harbor. The crew was rescued. The tug sank with approximately 1800 gallons of diesel fuel. Sector Boston requested trajectory and other support."

9242,2016-02-12,Abandoned cannery site,"McAbee Beach, Monterey, CA",36.6152777778,-121.899166667,Oil,,"Kerosene, other oil(s)",,1,,,,750,0,"On February 11, 2016, a small amount of black oil was observed leaching out of an abandoned concrete foundation into the upper intertidal along the Cannery Row shoreline in downtown Monterey, CA. Source is suspected to be an abandoned tank. Excavation of the upland site is likely to occur in the near future once tides and local storm conditions diminish. "

9246,2016-02-12,FV Stella Marie,"Sitka, Alaska",57.01,-135.49694,Oil,Derelict,diesel,,,,,,70,0,"On February 12, 2016, the Alaska SSC was notified that the 36-foot FV STELLA MARIE was partially submerged and adrift near Vitskari Rocks near Sitka, Alaska. The USCG MSD Sitka requested a ESA Section 7 consultation be initiated."

9232,2016-02-11,Field Energy Platform Release,"~13 mile offshore of Grand Isle, LA",29.0313888889,-89.9238888889,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,300,0,"On February 11, 2016, at 0925 local, MSU Morgan City notified NOAA SSC of a 300 gallon crude oil release from a Field Energy platform located approximately 13 miles offshore of Grand Isle, LA. Oil was released due to malfunctioning sump pump. Source is secure. Coast Guard requested trajectory to determine if shoreline impact was likely. "

9231,2016-02-04,Potomac River,Washington DC,38.86,-77.04,Oil,Mystery Substance,Diesel Fuel,1,,,,,,0,"On February 4, 2016, the USCG Sector Baltimore and Virgina DEQ notified the NOAA SSC about an extensive sheen being observed in the Potomac River from the Ronald Reagan National Airport area downriver as far as the Wilson Bridge. Source is unknown but outfall in Roaches Run, Arlington, Virginia appears to be source of oil entering Potomac River."

9230,2016-01-27,Canadian Pacific Rail Train Derailment,"Brownsville, MN Mississippi River",43.66,-91.27,Oil,,vegetable oil sweetener or shortening,,,,,,95000,0,"On January 27, 2016, the USCG Sector Upper Mississippi River contacted the NOAA SSC regarding report of train derailment 3 miles south of Brownsville, MN in MS River. Unknown number of cars derailed, 6 cars in the water, 3 fully submerged, 2 partially submerged, unknown amount leaking. Product reported as vegetable oil sweetener or shortening. USCG requesting support for product F&E, trajectory, RAR, etc. as needed."

9228,2016-01-26,"Inverted Barge, MM130","Mississippi River, near Killona, LA",29.9939166667,-90.4220333333,Chemical,Collision,Caustic Soda (50% sodium hydroxide NaOH),,,,,,420000,0,"On January 26, 2016, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a collision between two tows in vicinity of Mile Marker 130 on the lower Mississippi River. One of the tows included two (2) barges with cargoes of caustic soda (sodium hydroxide, NaOH), one of which capsized. USCG requested initial chemical hazard assessment for the known contents of the overturned barge. "

9229,2016-01-26,M/V CONCORDIA,"MM 82 Arkansas River Pine Bluff, AR",34.37667,-92.066944,Chemical,Grounding,urea,,,,,,,0,"On January 26, 2016, USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River notified the NOAA SSC of a barge grounding on Arkansas River (MM82). M/V CONCORDIA with 6 barges in tow (2 loaded dry cargo, 1 empty dry cargo, 1 loaded R/F molasses, 02 empty R/F (previous cargo oil) stated that they were traveling upbound on the Arkansas River at MM 82 when they touched bottom resulting in damage and flooding of one barge loaded with dry Urea. USCG requested product hazard information and resources at risk assessment. "

9226,2016-01-26,Schuylkill River Spill,"Philadelphia, PA",,,Oil,,#2 oil,1,1,,,,5000,0,"On January 26, 2016, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay notified the NOAA SSC of an oil spill that took place in the Schuylkill River, Philadelphia, PA near the 2400 block of Market Street. A sensor on the emergency generator at a Century Link facility caused an overflow of the diesel fuel. An estimated 4200 gal of diesel discharged from a generator starting between Wednesday, 20 January and Friday, 22 January. USCG has requested a trajectory. "

9227,2016-01-25,M/V Serena III,"Fort Lauderdale, FL",26.1666666667,-79.8583333333,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,7000,0,"On January 25, 2016, the 39 meter (106 ft) Super Yacht Serena III sank 13 nautical miles off Fort Lauderdale, FL in 1200 feet of water. The USCG responded and rescued all 13 passengers without any injuries. The vessel sank with 7000 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. USCG requested trajectory forecast and weather. "

9225,2016-01-25,Sunken Barge MM501,"South of Valewood, MS",32.9519722222,-91.1049722222,Chemical,,urea ammonium nitrate (UAN),,,,,,1034040,0,"On January 25, 2016, the USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River notified the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken barge containing liquid urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) at River Mile Marker 501 on the Mississippi River. Information regarding potential fate and effects of product release was requested. "

9223,2016-01-22,Kinder Morgan,"Chesapeake,Virginia",36.7939444444,-76.2875833333,Oil,,JP-1 kerosene,,,,,,1600000,0,"On January 22, 2016, the USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified NOAA SSC about an above ground storage tank containing 1.6 million gallons of JP-1 (kerosene) that is currently leaking product. Product is leaking into surrounding containment area. No pollution into nearby Elizabeth River reported."

9222,2016-01-21,UTV AMY FRANCES,"MS River MM 363 Natchez, MS",31.55751,-91.41912,Oil,Collision,clarified slurry oil,,,,,,1006026,0,"On January 21, 2016, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River regarding a barge allision with a bridge. The UTV AMY FRANCES was pushing barges southbound when it struck Natchez bridge (Hwy 84) in the vicinity of MM 363, LMR. Two tanks on barge sustained damage. USCG requested on-scene SSC support and product fate and effect, Resources at Risk, and assistance with emergency notifications."

9221,2016-01-21,UTV THOMAS KAY,"Vicksburg, MS ",32.31517,-90.90635,Chemical,Collision,Ethanol,,,,,,,0,"On January 21, 2016, the USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River notified the NOAA for assistance with the UTV THOMAS KAY allision with the Vicksburg, Mississippi railroad bridge at approximately MM 435.7. One of the nineteen barges was reported damaged and carrying ethanol. "

9219,2016-01-20,PCS Nitrogen Facility,"Geismer, LA",30.2192,-91.05418,Chemical,,Anhydrous Ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On January 20, 2016, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC about a release of anhydrous ammonia from a tank at the PCS Nitrogen Facility, at Geismer, LA. USCG requested a potential release plume trajectory from NOAA. "

9220,2016-01-20,Sunken Barges,"Davant, LA",29.6011055556,-89.8408861111,Oil,,coal or pet coke,,,,,,,0,"On January 20, 2016, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC that approximately 15 barges in a fleeting area at River Mile 52 of the Mississippi River had broken loose from their moorings and collided with nearby vessels. One barge carrying either coal or petroleum coke sank mid-channel, and another has been pushed into the bank. Sector NOLA requested advice on fate, toxicity, and effects for these products. "

9218,2016-01-15,Downed Military Aircraft,"North Shore, Oahu",21.6366666667,-158.108333333,Oil,Collision,JP5 fuel,,,,,,4000,0,"On January 14, 2016, the NOAA SSC for Hawaii was notified that two military helicopters had downed approximately 1.5 nm offshore of Haleiwa, Oahu. Each aircraft is presumed to have had about 2000 gallons of JP5 fuel aboard. USCG Sector Honolulu has requested forecasts of the oil trajectory, oil persistence, and likelihood of shoreline impacts."

9217,2016-01-15,Stone Oil Barge Allision,"New Orleans, LA",29.9243222222,-90.0607027778,Oil,Collision,Number 6 Fuel Oil,,,,,,20,0,"On January 15, 2015, a tug and barge allided with the transfer barge at the Stone Oil dock in New Orleans, LA, discharging approximately 20 gallons of #6 fuel oil from inactive transfer arms which were sheared off in the allision. USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

9216,2016-01-13,F/V Yankee,"Neva Strait, Sitka, Alaska",57.2925,-135.614166667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,150,0,"On January 13, 2016, the FV Yankee, a 38 foot commercial fishing vessel, ran aground 15 NM N of Sitka, Alaska in Neva Strait. USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Sitka is currently conducting a survey of the grounding site. The USCG has requested trajectory and fates analysis and an ESA Section 7 consultation."

9215,2016-01-12,UTV CYNTHIA G. ESPER/ HELENA HIGHWAY BRIDGE,"MM 661.7 LMR HELENA, AR",34.485142,-90.585198,Chemical,Collision,"ethanol, denatured alcohol",,,,,,1050000,0,"On January 12, 2016, the NOAA SSC received a request from USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River for support on product fate and potential downstream impacts from release of denatured alcohol (ethanol) from a barge allision with the Helena Highway Bridge at mile marker 661.7 on the Lower Mississippi River. "

9214,2016-01-08,Tarballs,"Point Lobos, CA",36.5166666667,-121.95,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of 08-JAN-2016, USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the regional NOAA SSC to request a hindcast for tarballs that had come ashore at Point Lobos, just south of Carmel, CA. . Due to recent heavy weather in the area, USCG will have some tarballs analyzed and have requested hindcast trajectory support to help determine a likely source."

9213,2016-01-05,Oiled birds,"Monterey Bay, CA",36.81,-121.94,Oil,,Bunker C,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of 05-JAN-2016, California’s Office of Spill Prevention & Response (OSPR) contacted their regional NOAA SSC indicating that chemical analyses of oiled bird samples collected in December 2015 were consistent with oil from the shipwreck SS Jacob Luckenbach. The Luckenbach had sunk in 1953, was a source of mystery spills for decades, and was the site of an underwater oil removal operation in 2002"

9212,2016-01-04,FV Moonraker,"Latouche Island, Alaska",60.064568,-148.01114,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On 02-Jan-2016, USCG received a report of a fishing vessel aground in Horseshoe Bay on Latouche Island, Prince William Sound, Alaska. The FV Moonraker, which dragged anchor during a storm, grounded on 31-Dec-2015 with approximately 200 gallons of diesel onboard. A small amount of sheening was observed. All 4 POB rescued. Vessel salvage will occur during appropriate weather window."

9211,2016-01-02,Hudson River 78th Street Dielectric Fluid Spill,"Edgewater, NJ",40.8091666667,-73.9830555556,Oil,Pipeline,Dielectric Fluid,,,,,,10000,1,"On January 2, 2016, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a leak of dielectric fluid (no polychlorinated biphenyls) from a submerged active high power voltage line that runs between Manhattan, NY and Hudson County, NJ. Sector New York requested trajectory from NOAA."

9210,2015-12-30,Sunken Tug,"Galveston, TX",29.3085555556,-94.7986111111,Other,,No pollution reported,,,,,,,0,"On December 30, 2015, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC to request assistance in locating a tug that sank in the channel between Pelican Island and Galveston Island on December 27. Efforts to locate the vessel, which may be obstructing the channel, have been unsuccessful up to this point. Based on a current analysis using data from PORTS, NOAA provided input on possible locations of the vessel. "

9209,2015-12-29,Pipeline Leak,"Offshore, Sabine Pass, TX",29.4513888889,-93.7980555556,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil (API 18),,,,,,483000,0,"On December 29, 2015, MSU Port Arthur notified NOAA SSC of a pipeline leak of crude oil approximately 12 miles offshore of Sabine Pass, Texas. Pipeline has been shut in. An estimated 37 gallons was released, producing a 2 mile x 250 ft sheen. A trajectory has been requested."

9208,2015-12-21,"Pipeline Leak, Ship Shoal Block 233","Offshore Terrebonne Bay, LA",28.4611666667,-90.8848333333,Oil,Pipeline,"crude oil, produced water",,,,,,7140,0,"On December 21, 2015 the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Morgan City, LA, notified the NOAA SSC of a leak in a 12-in offshore pipeline carrying Louisiana Sweet Crude and produced water. The operator has shut in pipe, is bleeding down pressure, and deploying recovery assets. An 0.5 mile X 150 ft sheen has been reported. Location is approximately 45 miles offshore. Trajectory requested and in progress."

9206,2015-12-14,Containers lost from M/V Manoa,"8 miles off Golden Gate, CA",37.72,-122.65,Other,Marine Debris,Shipping containers,,1,,,,,0,"On December 14, 2015, the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator for California was notified by USCG of containers lost from the Matson Container Ship MANOA. On Friday, December 11, the MANOA departed the Port of Oakland bound for Seattle. While maneuvering to disembark the San Francisco based pilot, the vessel rolled in rough seas and 12 containers were believed lost overboard about 8 miles outside the Golden Gate. At least one container has washed ashore and broken open. The USCG requested NOAA assistance in tracking the remaining containers."

9205,2015-12-14,M/V William Strait,"MM 727 Mississippi River near Memphis, TN ",35.09723,-90.17928,Oil,Collision,"93,000 gallons diesel, 2,344 lube oil, 600 gals other ",,,,,,96000,0,"On December 14, 2015, the NOAA SSC was informed of a vessel collision on Lower MS River. The tug M/V Strait sank after colliding with an asphalt barge. The USCG requested fate and trajectory for fuel on the tug. "

9207,2015-12-14,Tugs in Adak,"Sweeper Cove, Adak Island, AK",51.86241,-176.630308333,Oil,Grounding,unknown petroleum product,,,,,,,0,"On December 14, 2015, two 110-foot tugboats came loose from their moorings in Sweeper Cove in the City of Adak when the pier they were moored to collapsed in a storm. Both tugs are currently soft aground at the jetty in Sweeper Cove. Amount of fuel onboard, if any, is unknown. The USCG Sector Anchorage requested a long-term weather forecast."

9204,2015-12-06,Barge Columbia Elizabeth,"Between Cape Canaveral and Port St Lucie, FL",28.03,-80.23,Chemical,,various hazmat containerized products and wet batteries,,,,,,,0,"On December 6, 2015, the USCG Miami notified the NOAA SSC that the barge Columbia Elizabeth lost up to 25 containers during bad weather somewhere between Cape Canaveral and Port St Lucie, FL overnight before 0800 on 6 December 2015. Further assessment and aerial search was planned."

9203,2015-12-04,F/V Orin C,"Stellwagen Bank NMS, Massachusetts",42.5768333333,-70.361,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 3, 2015, the Orin C reported it was taking on water and requested help from the US Coast Guard Sector Boston. 3 crew were removed from the water as the ship was sinking, two of whom survived. The vessel subsequently sank in or near the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary about 9 miles SE of Cape Ann, MA. The fuel capacity was 750 gallons, however, as it was returning from a fishing trip, it is suspected that the volumes are substantially reduced. The vessel was confirmed sunk and the investigation continues, including a pending overflight. "

9202,2015-12-02,Star Grip,"Agattu Island, Alaska",51.6833333333,170.958333333,Oil,,Hydraulic oil,,,,,,110,0,"On December 2, 2015, the 649-foot cargo vessel, Star Grip, lost two 55-gallon drums of hydraulic oil overboard during rough weather. The incident occurred approximately 100 miles south of Agattu Island. The vessel reported that it was looking to take shelter at Agattu Island. "

9201,2015-11-17,Crimson Gulf (FKA Mystery Slick),app. 3.08nm E of Pass A Loutre,29.2455555556,-88.9827777778,Oil,Pipeline,"Crude oil, natural gas condensate, produced water",,,,,,30996,0,"On November 17, 2015, the USCG sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC regarding a mystery slick observed near Pass A Loutre, LA. NOAA was requested to provide trajectory and weather forecast for the developing incident."

9200,2015-11-07,BNSF ethanol derailement,"MM 754 UMR Alma, WI",44.3199654,-91.9148839,Chemical,Railcar,"denatured alcohol, ethanol",,,,,,20000,0,"On November 7, 2015, the NOAA SSC received a report from the National Weather Service North Central River Forecast Center that a derailment occurred with a potential spill into the Upper Mississippi River (UMR) near Alma, WI. It was reported that 12 BNSF train cars derailed, and 6 cars containing denatured alcohol (ethanol) were leaking alcohol into the river. No injuries were reported. No fire was reported. Area was evacuated for safety. NOAA SSC provided fate and effect and response recommendations to USCG Sector Upper Mississippi River."

9199,2015-11-06,Frosty Fuels Pipeline Rupture,"Cold Bay, Alaska",55.203942,-162.703403,Oil,Pipeline,diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On November 3, 2015, Frosty Fuels reported a diesel spill from a pipeline rupture at the pier in Cold Bay, Alaska. USCG Sector Anchorage estimated the spill amount to be 400-600 gallons of diesel and requested a Resource at Risk (RAR) report for the vicinity of the spill."

9198,2015-11-05,M/V Teal," 3 MN east of Cape Hatteras, NC",,,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"On November 5, 2015, the NOAA SSC was notified of a 60-foor wooden vessel sinking off of Cape Hatteras, NC. All three persons on board were rescued. The vessel had an estimated 2,000 gallons of diesel on board, including several extra tanks that were not secured and may have floated off. The vessel is sunken in shallow water and a debris field has been observed in the vicinity of the vessel. USCG requests trajectory and fate of the fuel."

9197,2015-11-02,Well head equipment failure,"Bayou Perot, LA",29.6805555556,-90.1661111111,Oil,,"Crude oil, natural gas condensate, produced water",,,,,,42,0,"On November 2, 2015, the USCG Sector New Orleans Notified the NOAA SSC about an spill of approximately 1 bbl of crude oil into Bayo Perot due to the failure of the packing of a crown valve on a well head. The spill was contained by previous deployed boom."

9196,2015-11-01,BOPCO platform,"Cox Bay, LA",29.4744444444,-89.6280555556,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On November 1, 2015, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC about an oil spill that occurred on 30 Oct 2015. USCG confirmed by air that a discharge occurred from a platform and had created an approximate 500'x50' rainbow sheen. "

9195,2015-11-01,Entergy,"Jefferson County, Harvey LA",29.8551111111,-90.1001972222,Oil,Collision,Transformer Oil / PCBs,,,,,,100,0,"On November 1, 2015, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC about a transformer oil spill that occurred at the 2400 Block of Barataria Blvd as the result of an explosion of power equipment (3 regulators) at approximately 0100. USCG reports that approximately 100/300 gallons of potential PCB containing transformer oil was discharged from the damaged regulators and into an adjacent storm drain leading to the Harvey canal system. "

9194,2015-10-30,Reagan Airport JP-4 Spill,"Washington, DC",38.8405,-77.0433888889,Oil,Pipeline,JP-4 jet fuel,,,,,,9000,0,"On October 30, 2015, the USCG Sector Baltimore notified the NOAA SSC about a JP-4 fuel oil spill that occurred at Ronald Reagan Airport. USCG reports that approximately 8,000 gallons of JP-4 was discharged from a ruptured pipeline and an estimated 3,000 gallons have entered the Potomac River. "

9193,2015-10-27,M/V Endeavour,"St Lucie Inlet, Stuart, FL",27.2116666667,-80.2166666667,Oil,Grounding,diesel fuel oil,,,,,,5500,1,"On October 27, 2015, the USCG Sector Miami notified the NOAA SSC that a vessel had grounded in the St Lucie Inlet with 5500 gallons of diesel onboard. Some dark oil was seen in the water around the vessel. NOAA trajectory,tides and currents, weather and resources at risk were requested."

9192,2015-10-26,Grounded Tug,"Galveston, TX",29.336,-94.7435,Oil,Grounding,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,78000,0,"On October 26, 2015, the USCG MSU notified the NOAA SSC of a grounded tug and barge in Galveston Texas (NRC#1131660). The barge is empty, tug has a potential of 78,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board. No discharge has occurred. Fate, trajectory, and resources at risk requested."

9191,2015-10-25,Sunken Barge,"Garyville, LA",30.0488555556,-90.5912777778,Oil,,Petroleum Coke,,,,,,,0,"On October 25, 2015, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a sunken barge containing 1,200 tons of petroleum coke (petcoke) at Lower Mississippi River (LMR) Mile Marker 140. The barge is reported to be RP secure, currently tied up at the dock, and no product was released. "

9190,2015-10-23,T/B Gonsoulin #180,"Lake Charles, LA",30.1606359,-93.3247801,Oil,,Crude Oil,1,,,,,630,0,"On October 23, 2015, the Barge Touslin #180 discharged 15 bbls crude oil during a barge to facility transfer. The source is secure, and the spilled oil has been boomed. The USCG MSU Lake Charles contacted NOAA SSC to request fate, trajectory, and weather forecast. "

9188,2015-10-21,Tug Challenger,"Juneau, Alaska",58.3016333333,-134.439,Oil,,"waste oil, lubricants, diesel",,,,,,500,0,"On September 12, 2015, the Tug Challenger sank at its mooring location near Juneau, AK in approximately 20 feet of water. Marine salvors removed some of the accessible pollutants, however, approximately 500 gallons of waste oils, lubricating oils, and diesel remain on the sunken vessel. The USCG Sector Juneau has requested a resources at risk document for potential leakage of the remaining pollutants on board."

9186,2015-10-18,UTV SCOTT STEGBAUER,Ohio River Mile Marker 947,36.90074,-89.10475,Chemical,Grounding,anhydrous ammonia,,,,,,71389,0,"On Sunday, October 18, 2015, the USCG Marine Safety Unit Paducah contacted the NOAA SSC for an ALOHA (Air) plume trajectory for a potential release of anhydrous ammonia. UTV SCOTT STEGBAUER became aground in the Ohio River due to change in water level. UTV SCOTT STEGBAUER is loaded with two barges of anhydrous ammonia containing 71,389 gallons total. No damage, injuries or pollution reported. "

9185,2015-10-16,Diversified Foods Ammonia Release,"Covington, LA",30.4671194444,-90.1884305556,Chemical,,Anhydrous ammonia refridgerant,,,,,,,0,"On October 16, 2015, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding the release of anhydrous ammonia refrigerant. The amount of the release is unknown, but the USCG requested a model for a 40,000lbs release."

9187,2015-10-16,Ketivik,"Egegik, Alaska",57.8166666667,-158.3,Oil,,jet fuel,,,,,,,0,"On Oct 16, 2015, the landing craft, ""Ketivik"", a 50+ ft. vessel that was transiting from Nushagak to Egegik with an unknown amount of fuel product on board was reported missing. USCG was conducting a SARs for the vessel. The SAR aircraft crew reported a sighting of 4 fuel drums of what could potentially be jet fuel (landing craft was believed to have drums of jet fuel on board). USCG Sector Anchorage requested a spot forecast and trajectory for the fuel drums."

9184,2015-10-05,Container Ship El Faro,"35 NM NE of Crooked Islands, Bahamas",23.12,-73.29,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,273000,0,"On October 05, 2015, 7th Coast Guard District contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a possible sunken container ship, the El Faro Monday, which is believed to have sunk during Hurricane Joaquin. While searching in the vicinity of the ship's last known position 35 nautical miles northeast of Crooked Islands, Bahamas, the Coast Guard located a deceased person in a survival suit in the water. A heavily damaged life boat with markings consistent with those on board the El Faro, a partially submerged life raft, life jackets, life rings, cargo containers and an oil sheen were also located by Coast Guard aircrews within a 225 square nautical mile search area. Search and rescue operations continue. Coast Guard has requested assistance with trajectory assessment for potential oil spill associated with sunken vessel."

9183,2015-10-02,M/V Global Gold,"Astoria, OR",46.18956,-123.36013,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,1100,0,"On October 2, 2015, the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted NOAA ERD to report the bulk carrier Global Gold struck the dock while coming into the pier resulting in a rupture in the hull 3-4 feet long on the port side of the vessel. The vessel reportedly lost up to 1100 gallons of diesel. A trajectory forecast was requested. "

9182,2015-10-01,Aleutians Pribilof No 2,"Atka, Alaska",52.193,-174.152,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,300,0,"On October 1, 2015, the 36-foot fishing vessel Aleutians Pribilof No 2 was reported missing. The vessel was last seen moored in Nazan Bay at approximately 2100 on 30SEP. No persons are on board. The owner reported that the vessel has approximately 250 gallons of diesel and 30 gallons hydraulic oil on board. Total capacity for the boat is 300 gallons. The owner suspects that the mooring line broke causing the vessel to go adrift. USCG Sector Anchorage has requested a trajectory for the boat and also fate analysis for the oil if it is discovered that the oil has been discharged."

9181,2015-10-01,Hurricane Joaquin,"Atlantic seaboard, US.",26.43,-71.63,Oil,Hurricane,,,,,,,,0,"On October 1, 2015, NOAA ERD opened a hotline to capture general information regarding any pollution incidents and response activities along the Atlantic Seaboard from the passage of Hurricane Joaquin. Incident specific hotlines may be opened later."

9189,2015-09-30,Seward Mystery Sheen,"Seward, Alaska",60.104072,-149.431679,Oil,,uknown,,,,,,,0,"On 01-Jun-2015, intermittent sheening was observed 250' offshore at Seward, Alaska. The USCG identified and investigated several underwater objects in the area. Further action is pending operational planning and coordination with partner agencies. Sector Anchorage requested NOAA assistance in its investigation"

9179,2015-09-28,"Sea Level, NC Diesel Fuel Spill","Sea Level, North Carolina",34.87414,-76.40281,Oil,Pipeline,Diesel fuel,,,,,,500,0,"On September 28, 2015, the USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC of an estimated 500 gallon diesel fuel spill from an underground pipeline at an assisted living facility into Nelson Bay, a waterbody in Pamlico Sound. A clean-up contractor is on scene deploying both hard boom and sorbent boom within the affected area. "

9178,2015-09-28,Tug Harken 10,"Straits of Georgia, Briitish Columbia, Canada",49.087,-123.460166667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,,0,"On September 28, 2015, the NOAA Emergency Response Division was relayed a notification from the Canadian Coast Guard of a vessel sinking in Canadian waters of the Straits of Georgia. The 18 meter (60 foot) tug boat ""Harken 10"" sank in the middle of the Southern Straits of Georgia this morning in approximately 1000 feet of water west of Vancouver, BC. The crew were rescued. The vessel was reported to contain approximately 5100 gallons of diesel fuel, 160 gallons of lube and 160 gallons of hydraulic oil. Because of the proximity to the U.S. border, the US Coast Guard requested a trajectory analysis."

9177,2015-09-16,Tank Barge Argo,"Western Lake Erie, Ohio",41.6393166667,-82.4933166667,Oil,Derelict|Historic Wreck,"Crude Oil, Benzol",1,,1,,0,200000,3,"On October 20, 1937, the tank barge Argo foundered in a storm and sank in western Lake Erie. At the time of the sinking, the barge was reportedly loaded with 4,762 barrels of crude oil and benzol. The vessel was identified in the 2013 NOAA RULET (Remediation of Underwater Legacy Environmental Threats) report and database as potential pollution threat, but the exact location of the wreck was unknown. Recently the vessel was located, confirmed to be in U.S. waters of Lake Erie, and appears from side-scan sonar survey imagery to be intact and may be periodically leaking."

9174,2015-09-13,F/V Lady K,Bristol Bay AK,58.7581333333,-159.494033333,Oil,Adrift,,,,,,,,0,"On September 13, 2015, the USCG contacted NOAA ERD regarding a vessel adrift in the North side of Bristol Bay, Alaska. The vessel was unmanned and approximately 3 miles offshore. The USCG requested a vessel drift trajectory."

9175,2015-09-13,PRECIOUS TIME II,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.4817833333,-74.0035833333,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline,,,,,,300,0,"On September 13, 2015, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a 29 foot recreational fishing vessel, THE PRECIOUS II, that grounded on the northern end of Sandy Hook. The location is part of Gateway National Park and managed by National Park Service. The vessel contained a max potential 300 gallons of gasoline. The area is considered an extremely environmentally sensitive area, due to the presence of piping plovers, American Tiger Beetle and Beach Amerynthe, endangered plant. "

9173,2015-09-13,THE-INDIA,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.4666666667,-74.0,Oil,Derelict,Gasoline,,,,,,150,0,"On September 13, 2015, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC about a capsized vessel off of Sandy Hook, NJ. It is a 25 foot commercial tow vessel that capsized. Vessel has as much as 150 gallons of gasoline on board. USCG requested that NOAA prepare a trajectory."

9172,2015-09-12,Mystery Sheen,"Offshore Grand Isle, LA",29.0666666667,-89.734,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown suspected oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 12, 2015, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Morgan City, Louisiana, of a mystery sheen offshore of Grand Isle, LA. USCG requested a trajectory and evaluation of potential shoreline impact on Grand Isle and/or potential oiling of the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP). "

9170,2015-09-04,FV Barnacle Bill,"Cold Bay, Alaska",55.3744,-162.973083333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"On September 3, 2015, the 34-foot fishing vessel Barnacle Bill sank between Amak and Glen Islands, offshore of Izembek Lagoon/NWR. The vessel has 100 gal diesel, 5 gal hydraulic fluid, 6 gal oil in the engine, and 3 8D batteries. There was no sheen observed at time of sinking. "

9171,2015-09-04,FV Sierra Allene,"Kelp Bay, Alaska",57.2759833333,-134.918083333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1400,1,"On September 4, 2015, the 49-foot fishing vessel F/V SIERRA ALLENE sank in Kelp Bay, east side of Baranof Island, Alaska. The vessel has approximately 600 gallons of diesel fuel on board. USCG Sector Juneau has requested a fates analysis and trajectory."

9169,2015-09-03,APEX 3508 ,Lower Mississippi River MM 937,36.76449,-89.11895,Oil,Collision,Slurry Oil,0,,,,,250000,3,"On September 3, 2015, the USCG District 8 notified the NOAA SSC of a collision between two towing vessels on the Lower Mississippi River at MM 937 in the vicinity of Columbus, KY. One barge of slurry oil was severely damaged and discharged one tank's entire contents. USCG requests NOAA to provide product fate and effects. "

9168,2015-09-02,FV Pacific Venture,"Sitka, Alaska",57.0343333333,-135.312166667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,600,1,"On Sept 2, 2015, the FV Pacific Venture, a wood-hulled 58’ limit seiner, grounded and subsequently rolled over in the vicinity of The Twins roughly 0.5 to 0.75 nm off the mouth of Indian River, in Sitka, Alaska. The vessel contains approximately 600 gallons of diesel and 50 gallons of other oils. The USCG MSD Sitka requests fates analysis and trajectory."

9166,2015-08-31,Dredge Vessel ILLINOIS,"Sea Isle, NJ",39.1594444444,-74.6325,Oil,,hydraulic fluid,,,,,,500,0,"On August 31, 2015, the USCG Sector Delaware Bay contacted the NOAA SSC to report a spill offshore of Sea Isle, New Jersey. A broken shaft on the dredging vessel M/V ILLINOIS released an estimated 500 gallons of hydraulic fluid into the ocean. Sector Delaware Bay requested a spill trajectory. "

9167,2015-08-31,F/V Richie Rich,"Offshore Point Au Fer Island, LA",29.25,-91.5333333333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"On August 31, 2015, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Morgan City, LA, notified the NOAA SSC about a sunken fishing vessel, F/V Richie Rich, 10 miles offshore of Point Au Fer Island, Louisiana. The vessel is reported to have approximately 4,000 gallons diesel on board. Initial reports were no pollution, but a sheen of unknown size was later reported at the same location. USCG requested a trajectory."

9165,2015-08-31,Piti Power Plant generator fire,"Piti, Guam",13.4642,144.68538,Oil,,#6 Fuel Oil,1,,,,,,0,"On August 31, 2015, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Guam regarding an oil release into a storm drain from the Piti Power Plant in Piti, Guam, following a fire and explosion at a generator. The oil released is reported to be fuel #6. The amount of oil released is unknown at this time, but believed to be a relatively small volume. The storm drain empties into an outfall that ultimately flows into Apra Harbor. "

9164,2015-08-28,FV El Jeffe,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.4825888889,-74.0136944444,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,200,0,"On August 28, 2015, NOAA was contacted by the USCG Sector NY Incident Management Division requesting a trajectory for a sunken fishing vessel just off Sandy Hook, NJ. The boat is not leaking at this time and the trajectory is in preparation for upcoming salvage activities. The amount of oil on board the vessel is unknown, but the suspected amount is approximately 200 gallons of diesel."

9163,2015-08-26,NESDIS Anomaly,"Blocks 207 GOM, LA",28.5294444444,-90.9794444444,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On August 26, 2015, the USCG MSU Mogan City contacted the NOAA SSC requesting evaluation of and trajectory for a mystery sheen reported by NESDIS Marine Pollution Surveillance Report in Blocks 207. "

9162,2015-08-26,NESDIS Anomaly ,"Blocks 43, 47 GOM, LA",28.9938888889,-89.9669444444,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 26, USCG MSU Mogan City contacted the NOAA SSC requesting evaluation of and trajectory for a mystery sheen reported by NESDIS Marine Pollution Surveillance Report in Blocks 43 & 41. "

9161,2015-08-22,Mystery Substance ,Eugene Island Block 142,28.8811111111,-91.4502777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unlknown,,,,,,0,0,"On August 22, 2015, MSU Mogan City contacted NOAA SSC requesting evaluation of and trajectory for a mystery sheen reported by platform operators in Eugene Island Block 142. Upon review of photos, oceanographer and SSC determined substance was likely not oil. As a precaution, a trajectory analysis was requested."

9159,2015-08-17,Sitka Power Plant,"Sitka, Alaska",57.053055,-135.334722,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,30000,0,"On August 15, USCG received a report of a diesel release at the Sitka, Alaska, Power Plant. Approximately 30,000 gallons of diesel was released to secondary containment some diesel flowed from secondary containment into a local storm drain. Sheen and a strong odor of diesel was reported at a storm drain outfall at Eagle Beach. USCG requested a fates analysis for the diesel in secondary containment in order to estimate how much diesel was released through the storm drain."

9158,2015-08-13,FV Sheryl Ann,"Spruce Island, Alaska",57.8357333333,-152.3,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On August 13, 2015, USCG received a report of the F/V Sheryl Ann hard aground near Spruce Island, near Kodiak, Alaska. The Sheryl Ann is a 47ft purse seine, 26GT, with 1000 gallon fuel capacity. Vessel master reports approximately 250 gallons of diesel on board at the time of the incident. "

9156,2015-08-11,FV Egegik Spirit,"Olsen Island, Alaska",60.8763833333,-147.570583333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On August 11, 2015, the 86-FT Fishing Tender Egegik Spirit grounded after dragging anchor near Olsen Island, Prince William Sound, AK. The total fuel capacity is reported to be 5,000 gallons. The vessel also has approximately 94,000 lbs of fish on board. USCG Valdez requests fate and trajectory and resources at risk analysis. "

9155,2015-08-10,MV Challenger/Barge,"Nushagak River, Alaska",59.2616666667,-157.652166667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,300,0,"On August 10, 2015, the MV Challenger with a barge in side tow, sank on the Nushagak River approximately two miles downstream of Ekwok, Alaska. The M/V Challenger is reported to have a maximum capacity of 300 gallons of diesel, with 100 gallons of diesel being reported onboard at the time of the sinking. "

8972,2015-08-02,FV Icelander,"Latouche Island, Alaska",60.075,-147.856333333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,15000,0,"On August 2, 2015, the 82 foot F/V ICELANDER ran aground on Latouche Island, Alaska. Vessel has approximately 12,000-15,000 gallons of diesel on board with 200 gallons of lube oil and 250 gallons of hydraulic oil on board."

8971,2015-08-02,IMTT Bayonne,"Bayonne, NJ",40.6483333333,-74.1116666667,Oil,Pipeline,#6 oil,1,0,,,,14700,0,"On August 2, 2015, the USCG Sector New York notified NOAA of an oil spill from a pipeline into the Kill Van Kull, near Bayonne, NJ. The source of the oil is a pipeline owned by IMTT. It was estimated that 350 barrels of #6 oil was released at 2200 on the night of 1 August. The company reported that most of the oil was contained in boom. The USCG requested a trajectory to help locate any uncontained oil at first light."

9157,2015-08-02,Typhoon Soudelor,"Saipan, CNMI",15.11,146.06,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On August 2, 2015, NOAA ERD opened a hotline to capture information and pollution incidents related to Typhoon Soudelor which made landfall at CNMI directly over Saipan and very near Tinian as a category 2 typhoon."

8970,2015-07-30,Anomaly: 30 July 2015,60 miles east of Cape Cod,41.505,-68.9530555556,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 30, 2015, the Canadian satellite service, through NOAA NESDIS, reported an anomaly 60 miles east of Chatham, MA (Cape Cod). NOAA recommended a search vector and USCG Sector Southeast New England will add one of their regularly scheduled enforcement flights to investigate. "

8969,2015-07-23,Mystery Sheen: Great South Channel,Massachusetts: ESE of Nantucket,40.6791666667,-68.9766666667,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 22, 2015, a Marine Pollution Surveillance Report was generated by the Integrated Satellite Tracking of Pollution (ISTOP) program of Environment Canada for an anomaly (potential oil spill) detected approximately 50-60 nautical miles ESE of Nantucket Island. USCG requested trajectory support for the likely drift of the target to better focus the search area. NOAA Oceanographer\Modeler was consulted and a search area was provided to the USCG."

8968,2015-07-21,UTV CHARLIE BOY,"Mississippi River, St. Louis, MO",38.5343,-90.25788,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,9500,0,"On July 19, 2015, the tug 61 foot towing vessel CHARLIE BOY capsized and sank at MM 173 on the Upper Mississippi River. The vessel has an approximate 9,350 gallons of fuel and other oils on board. One crew member is missing."

8966,2015-07-20,Barge Collision,"Texas City, TX",29.367,-94.785,Oil,Collision,"Naptha,",,,,,,336000,0,"On July 20, 2015, USCG Sector Houston-Galveston contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a barge collision near the Texas City Y. One barge, containing naptha, was reported to have a punctured tank. Specific amount released unknown at time of report. Barge had been pushed to the bank, and was reported to be on fire. A second barge, containing toluene, was involved in the collision, but was reported to be secure. Chemical fate and properties information was requested and provided."

8967,2015-07-20,East Wax Lake Pipeline Leak,"Belle Isle, LA",29.5513888889,-91.39,Oil,Pipeline,"Crude Oil Condensate, produced water",,,,,1,2100,0,"On July 20, 2015, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC to request evaluation of a pipeline leak site in a marsh for a potential in-situ burn(ISB). Products discharged in the marsh include natural gas condensate, crude oil, and produced water. USCG also requested assistance in documenting resources at risk and coordination with federal and state agencies. "

8965,2015-07-17,FV Revelation,"Kvichak Bay, Alaska",58.7916666667,-157.408333333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"On July 16, 2015, the 29-foot fishing vessel ""Revelation"" capsized in Kvichak Bay, Alaska, due to an unusually high amount of catch in their nets, high winds, and the positioning of the boat on the incoming tide. The vessel had less than 100 gallons of diesl onboard. USCG Sector Anchorage requested information on Resources at Risk."

8964,2015-07-16,FV North Star,"Kvichak Bay, Alaska",58.6666666667,-157.45,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,75,0,"On July 16, 2015, the 32-foot fishing vessel ""North Star"" sank in Kvichak Bay, Alaska. The vessel grounded at low tide, and became swamped by the incoming tide. The North Star has approximately 75 gallons of diesel on board. USCG Sector Anchorage requested information on Resources at Risk."

8962,2015-07-14,FV Copper Star,"Hawkins Island, Alaska",60.5231666667,-146.207166667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On July 14, 2015, the FV Copper Star, a 76 foot steel hulled fishing tender, ran aground at Hawkins Island in Prince William Sound. The vessel is reported to have approximately 1,000 to 2,000 gallons of diesel on board. Fuel tanks are not reported to be leaking. The USCG has requested Resources at Risk information and assistance with coordination with USFWS and NMFS."

8963,2015-07-14,FV Elizabeth F,"False Pass, Alaska",54.7856666667,-163.368833333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On July 14, 2015, the FV Elizabeth F, an 81 foot fishing vessel grounded near False Pass, Alaska. The fishing vessel is listing on its starboard side with five thousand gallons of diesel fuel on board. Initially, a sheen was reported but has dissipated in the last hour. The master of the vessel reported that the sheen came from a discharge of 1 gallon of hydraulic oil. The Elizabeth F will attempt to refloat at the next high tide. The vessel does not have catch on board. USCG is requesting Resources at Risk for the area. "

8961,2015-07-12,Mystery Spill Long Island,20 Miles South of S. Hampton Long Island,40.335,-72.3636111111,Oil,Mystery Substance,diesel bilges,,,,,,,0,"On July 11, 2015, NOAA NESDIS submitted a ""Marine Pollution Surveillance Report"" to the National Response Center regarding a potential oil ""anomoly"" off shore of southern Long Island. The USCG D1 Command Center contacted the NOAA SSC for more information and to produce a trajectory so that air assets could better target the anomaly for investigation."

8957,2015-07-06,Private Recreation Vessel,"Patricia Cay, St Thomas, USVI",18.3034333333,-64.8728166667,Oil,Coral|Grounding,gasoline,,,,,,12,0,"On July 5, 2015, the USCG San Juan notified the SSC that a 22 foot recreational vessel grounded on a reef in St. Thomas, USVI. The vessel reportedly had 12 gallons of gasoline aboard and there may have been impact to the coral associated with the grounding."

8958,2015-07-06,Sacraficio II,"Mona Island, Puerto Rico",18.06,-67.8633333333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,320,0,"On July 6, 2015, the USCG Sector San Juan notified the SSC that the 50 foot passenger vessel, Sacraficio II had grounded on Mona Island, Puerto Rico. The grounding occurred on July 5. The vessel has 320 gallons of diesel onboard. The vessel appears to be grounded on sand only on or near the shoreline which is Hawksbill seaturtle critical habitat. No indications of coral impacts have been reported. "

8959,2015-07-03,NE Gulf of Alaska Anomaly,"Sitka, Alaska",55.2983333333,-134.245277778,Oil,,unknown oil,,,,,,,0,"On July 3, 2015, NOAA NESDIS notified the Alaska SSC of a satellite ""anomaly"" over 130 miles south-southwest of Sitka, Alaska. The anomaly may be an oil slick. A trajectory analysis was requested."

8956,2015-07-02,"Barge Collision, LMR MM150","Vacherie, LA",30.0117833333,-90.7283361111,Chemical,Collision,Caustic soda (NAOH),,,,,,420000,0,"On July 2, 2015, USCG Sector New Orleans notified NOAA about a barge collision on the Lower Mississippi River, near mile marker 150. One barge sank, reportedly carrying a load of caustic soda (NaOH). USCG requested potential fate of the material."

8954,2015-06-30,M/V Sharon,"Dauphin Island, AL",30.2248333333,-88.3153333333,Oil,Grounding,marine diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On June 30, 2015, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a 53 ft wooden hulled fishing vessel which has run aground off the west end of Dauphin Island, AL. The vessel is believed to have 500 gallons of marine diesel aboard and no discharge has been reported. USCG has requested a worst case discharge analysis. "

8955,2015-06-30,WWII Seaplane N85U,"Flora-Bama, Perdido Key, FL",30.279537,-87.518156,Oil,Grounding,aviation fuel avgas,,,,,,400,4,"On June 30, 2015, the USCG Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a WWII era seaplane which has run aground on the sandbar about 50 feet from shore on Perdido Key, FL. The seaplane is believed to be carrying 400 gallons of aviation gas (avgas). No discharge has been reported. The seaplane was involved in a movie being filmed locally and experienced mechanical problems forcing it to land. Upon landing, the seaplane began to take on water and was intentionally run aground onto the sandbar. USCG is requesting a worst case discharge analysis."

8953,2015-06-28,Space X Dragon Rocket Incident,"150 miles offshore Jacksonville, FL",30.2174,-78.8237,Chemical,,Monomethylhydrazine and Dinitrogen Tetroxide,,,,,,240,0,"On June 28, 2015, a Space X Dragon rocket that was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, exploded several minutes after launch. The debris and payload of the rocket crashed offshore approximately 150 miles off Jacksonville, FL. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC to assist with hazard assessment for rocket fuels that may have survived the explosion."

8952,2015-06-21,Bolivar Island Mystery Oil Seepage,"Bolivar Peninsula, TX",29.48315,-94.55991,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,,,,,4200,0,"On June 21, 2015, the USCG Marine Safety Unit at Texas City, Texas, notified the NOAA SSC of a suspected crude oil pipeline break on a Bolivar Peninsula beach. The suspected break was discovered by a harbor patrol responding to a separate incident on June 20. A responsible party has not been identified. Amount released and rate of release are unknown at this point. No oil has been observed reaching the water, but surveys of the dune area revealed sheen in water pools among the dunes. "

9176,2015-06-20,"Mississippi River Vessel, Ascension Parish","Baton Rouge, LA",30.12485,-90.94825,Chemical,,Silicon carbide with trace metal contaminants,,,,,,,0,"On June 20, 2015, the USCG MSU Baton Rouge requested the NOAA SSC assist with a cargo vessel with high levels of hydrogen gas in her hold and bilges. Trace amounts of metal (iron and aluminum) in a bulk cargo of silicon carbide loaded in China were reacting, producing hydrogen gas. USCG requested scientific support during salvage operations. "

8951,2015-06-16,Orange Peel Oil Spill,"Passaic River, NJ",40.8136833333,-74.3443722222,Oil,,Orange Peel Oil,,,,,,700,0,"On June 16, 2015, The NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector New York of a 700 gallon orange oil spill into a small stream that leads into the Passaic River, near East Hanover, NJ. The incident occurred on June 15. The USCG requested potential fate and effects information on the product."

8950,2015-06-15,F/V Robert C,"Martha's Vineyard, MA",41.3681666667,-70.798,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On June 15, 2015, the fishing vessel ""Robert C"" sank approximately 1.5 miles off the west side of Martha's Vineyard in about 60 feet of water. The vessel was reportedly carrying 180 gallons of diesel fuel. "

8949,2015-06-10,Adams Slip,"Greens Bayou, Houston Ship Channel, TX",29.741,-95.175,Oil,Collision,petroleum,,,,,,29400,0,"On June 10, 2015, the NOAA SSC received report from USCG Sector Houston regarding allision between two Kirby Inland Marine barges in the vicinity of Greens Bayou, Houston Ship Channel. The Kirby Barge 28018 hit the Kirby Barge 28020 while it was tied up. The Kirby Barge 28020 was reported to be leaking petroleum naphtha, a light petroleum product that readily evaporates. The USCG requested Aloha (Areal Locations of Hazardous Atmospheres) analysis. "

8948,2015-06-10,FV Kupreanof,"Cape Spencer, Alaska",58.3256166667,-138.249833333,Oil,Derelict,diesel,,,,,,7200,0,"On June 10, 2015, the FV Kupreanof, an 80' fishing vessel, sank approximately 45 nautical miles NNW of Cape Spencer (west of Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve). The maximum fuel capacity is 7,200 gallons of diesel, with another 100 gallons other oils. USCG Sector Juneau has requested a fates analysis and trajectory for the 7200 gallons of diesel."

8947,2015-06-09,Loading Arm Discharge,"Port Neches, TX",29.9916861111,-93.93705,Oil,,Sweet Louisiana Crude,,,,,,10,0,"On June 9, 2015, MSU Port Arthur notified the NOAA SSC of a discharge of 10 gallons of sweet Louisiana crude oil from a loading arm at the Oil Tanking terminal on the Neches River. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis for the spilled oil."

8946,2015-06-07,Breton Sound 21 Well,"Breton Sound, LA",29.578611,-89.1175,Oil,,crude oil,0,,,,,37,0,"On June 7, 2015, NOAA was notified by USCG a discharge from Texas Petroleum Investment Company's (TPIC) Breton Sound 21 well that occurred on June 6, 2015. The source of the discharge was a leak that developed on the surface casing of a saltwater injection well. Initial sheen was estimated to 37 gallons based on sheen calculations from an overflight that was conducted on 6 June. USCG requested a trajectory and Resources at Risk analysis."

8945,2015-06-04,M/V Gorham,"Bromley, Kentucky",39.07956,-84.57061,Oil,,Bilge Slops / Number 6 Fuel Oil,,,,,,10000,0,"On June 4th, 2015, Sector Ohio Valley notified the NOAA SSC regarding a 40 foot x 2 mile rainbow sheen originating from the M/V Gorham's bilge discharge. The M/V Gorham is moored along the Kentucky side of the Ohio River near Bromley, Kentucky. USCG has requested fate, trajectory, and resources at risk for the potential release of 10,000 gallons of number 6 fuel oil. "

8944,2015-06-03,Barge DB 165-1,"Kuskokwim Bay, AK",59.915,-162.903333333,Oil,Grounding,mixed fuel,,,,,,,0,"On June 3, 2015, the USCG Sector Anchorage notified the SSC regarding a barge aground near Kongiganek, AK. The barge is not leaking at this time, but USCG requested resources at risk. The barge is reported to be loaded with 50,000 gallons of jet fuel, 17,000 gallons of diesel, 1,000 gallons on unleaded gasoline, and 100 gallons of lube oil."

8942,2015-06-03,Condensate Sheen,"Offshore Timbalier Islands, LA",28.9483333333,-90.5191666667,Oil,,Natural Gas Condensate,,,,,,,0,"On June 3, 2015, MSU Morgan City notified NOAA SSC of rainbow sheen emanating from an unmanned offshore Walter Oil and Gas natural gas production platform. Platform is located approximately 9-10 miles south of the Timbalier Islands. Sheen material is natural gas condensate. The well was shut-in at 0530 on June 3. Quantity released and time of initial release unknown at this point. Trajectory requested"

8943,2015-06-03,Con Edison Transformer Oil,"Harlem River, New York, NY",40.860575,-73.9171916667,Oil,Pipeline,,,,,,,400000,0,"On June 3, 2015, the USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC of a dielectric oil spill from a Con Edison power line. Con Edison is working to find the breach in the line and conduct oil recovery, line repair and soil remediation. "

8941,2015-05-30,"Sunken Tug, LMR Mile Marker 163","New Orleans, LA",30.0638888889,-90.8636111111,Oil,,"Diesel, small amount of lube oil",,,,,,8000,0,"On May 30th, 2015, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC regarding a sunken tug at Mile Marker (MM) 163 on the Lower Mississippi River. Potential fuel on board included 8,000 gallons of diesel fuel, and 125 gallons of lube oil. Amount released is unknown at this time, but facility downriver at MM 161 reported smelling fuel. Trajectory support was requested."

8939,2015-05-28,Manhattan Beach Incident,"Los Angeles, CA",33.88503,-118.41327,Oil,Mystery Substance,Crude oil,,1,,,,,0,"On May 27, 2015, a National Response Center (NRC) report was generated regarding oil observations on Manhattan Beach, CA. Hindcast trajectory has been requested and analysis will begin to determine to if the incident is related to the Refugio Incident, Santa Barbara CA spill. "

8940,2015-05-27,Tarballs &Tarmat Strandings,"Corpus Christi, TX",27.4248583333,-97.2955472222,Oil,,Tarballs & Tarmats,,,,,,,0,"Beginning around May 27, 2015, the Texas Coastal Bend area has experienced tarball and tarmat stranding events near Corpus Christi, Texas. No source has been identified, and it is uncertain if oil is from an anthropogenic sources or natural seeps. Coast Guard has federalized the response, and is working in conjunction with Texas General Land Office to locate and clean up affected areas. "

8938,2015-05-26,MV Jian Quang vessel grounding,"Port Arthur, TX",29.6344444444,-93.8333333333,Other,Grounding,None,,,,,,,0,"On May 26, 2015, the USCG MSU Port Arthur notified the NOAA SSC that M/V Jian Quang, a 615-foot bulk carrier loaded with sulfur, was grounded outside the jetties of Sabine Pass. No pollution is anticipated. PORTS information from the station at Buoy 34 was requested and provided."

8936,2015-05-23,37 ft boat sinks in Columbia River,"West of Sand Island, WA",46.2705,-124.033333333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,350,0,"On May 23,2015, a 37' wooden boat sank just inside the entrance to the Columbia river with 350 gallons of diesel fuel. No spill reported."

8937,2015-05-23,LC Thors Hammer,"Port Graham, Cook Inlet, Alaska",59.31857,-151.99898,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On May 23, 2015, the USCG notified the Alaska SSC about a spill in Cook Inlet, AK. The landing craft ""Thors Hammer"" was transiting from Seward to Bristol Bay with a 9000 gallon triple axel tanker on board. The vessel encountered rough seas and the tanker truck broke loose from its lashings and punctured the truck's diesel cargo tanks releasing approximately 4500 gallons of diesel onto the deck and into the water. The USCG requested fate and trajectory analysis for the spilled product."

8935,2015-05-22,Breton Sound 21 Platform Fire,"Breton Sound, LA",29.5786111111,-89.1175,Oil,,Sweet Lousiana Crude (probable-actual unknown),0,,,,,168000,0,"On May 22, 2015, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a a platform fire in Breton Sound, LA. Incident occurred at 0210 CDT. Platform has been evacuated, and minimal information is available at this point. USCG has requested worst-case trajectory for the 4,000 barrels."

8934,2015-05-19,Refugio Incident,"Santa Barbara, CA",34.4623472222,-120.086875,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil,1,1,,,,21000,10,"On May 19, 2015 the NOAA was notified of a 24-inch pipeline rupture that occurred earlier today near Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County, CA. An estimated 500 barrels (21,000 gallons) of crude oil was released on the shoreside of Hwy 101 which then flowed into the Pacific Ocean. The source has since been secured. USCG personnel estimated the size of the sheen to be 3.5 NM along the beach and 50-100 yards into the water. Oil Spill Recovery Organizations are on-scene to conduct cleanup operations. California Department of Fish and Wildlife has ordered beach closures. The US Coast Guard has stood up Incident Management Team and is conducting overflights. NOAA has been requested to provide fate and effects of the crude oil and Resources at Risk information."

8932,2015-05-17,M/V ALGOMA SPIRIT,St. Lawrence River,44.99861,-74.72159,Oil,Grounding,HFO & Marine Diesel,,,,,,,0,"The M/V Algoma Spirit ran aground in the St. Lawrence River near the Seaway International Bridge, northeast of Massena, NY. The vessel is reported to be carrying 200 Metric Tons of HFO and 60 Metric tons of Diesel. No pollution reported at this time. USCG Sector Buffalo requested trajectory, fate, and resources at risk support as precaution. "

8933,2015-05-17,Vessel Collision,"17 m south of Long Island, NY",40.55,-72.4733333333,Oil,Collision,Diesel fuel,0,,,,,730,0,"On Sunday May 17, 2015, NOAA was notified of a collision between the fishing vessel Elizabeth J and the recreational vessel Nina Marie approximately 17 miles south of Patchogue, NY. All persons were rescued by the USCG. It was estimated that the combined total oil on both vessels added up to 730 gallons of diesel fuel. The fishing vessel sank and the recreational vessel was towed back to port. "

8930,2015-05-15,M/V Aubi,"Punta Tuna, Arecibo, Puerto Rico",18.4913888889,-67.9788888889,Oil,Coral|Grounding,diesel fuel,,,,,,800,0,"On May 14, 2015, the M/V Aubi, a powered catamaran, ran aground in the vicinity of Punta Tuna, Aercibo, Puerto Rico. The aluminum vessel is reported to contain 800 gallons of diesel fuel. A towing company has been hired for salvage operations. The vessel is hard aground and there are coral in the area. Coral damage has been reported due to the grounding."

8931,2015-05-15,Mystery Sheen,"Sasa Bay, Apra Harbor, Guam",13.4466666667,144.673611111,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"On May 15, 2015, the USCG Sector Guam has notified the NOAA SSC of a mystery sheen observed in Sasa Bay, Apra Harbor, Guam in the aftermath of Typhoon Dolphin. The sheen is reported to be approximately 30 feet by 300 feet and is blowing into Sasa Bay. The sheen is suspected to be from a 50-foot trawler sunken about 60 feet offshore on the Navy side of Apra Harbor. The vessel reportedly contains 1500 gallons of diesel onboard. Currently the release appears to be small and continuous. The area of sheen is of concern because of proximity to the Sasa Bay Marine Preserve and a large stand of mangroves."

8929,2015-05-10,Indian Point Energy Center,"Buchanan, NY",41.2705111111,-73.9542555556,Oil,,Transformer oil,1,,,,,17000,0,"On May 10, 2015, NOAA was notified by the USCG Sector New York that after a fire and explosion at the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in Buchanan, NY (along the eastern shore of the Hudson River) approximately 17,000 gallons of transformer oil had been released into a diked area. Initially no oil was reported in the Hudson River, but later a sheen was observed and the USCG requested trajectory support."

8928,2015-05-08,M/V Rio de Janiero Express,"Oakland, CA",37.815,-122.316666667,Oil,,Bunker C,,,,,,,0,"On May 8, 2015, the USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support for a possible oil spill along the Port of Oakland shoreline observed by a local news helicopter. The news helicopter reported (and photographed) a dark streak of material trailing from the container ship M/V RIO DE JANIERO EXPRESS."

8926,2015-05-06,Energy XXI platform West Delta Block 73/74 ,Gulf of Mexico,28.94733,-90.70592,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,11,0,"On 6 May 2015, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a minor release (11 gallons) of crude oil from a platform located approximately 7 miles south of Isles Dernieres Barrier Islands Refuge. USCG is requesting information on fate and trajectory. "

8927,2015-05-06,Overturned Skiff,Off the Wash outer coast,47.9898333333,-124.7995,Other,Marine Debris|Tsunami,Invasive species,,,,,,,0,"On May 6, 2015, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified NOAA of an overturned skiff near La Push, Wa. The vessel was heavily encrusted with marine growth and potentially from the Japan tsunami. The NOAA Marine Debris Program was notified."

8922,2015-05-05,M/V ADAM ASNYK ,Gulf of Mexico,28.75444,-89.48222,Chemical,,THIOUREA DIOXIDE,,,,,,,0,"On May 5, 2015, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a container on fire aboard the vessel M/V ADAM ASNYK. The container was loaded with formamidine sulfinic acid. The vessel crew extinguished the fire and the USCG requested assistance in hazard assessment for the damaged container and residues before the vessel's next port of call."

8921,2015-05-03,F/V Sea Beast,"Off Olympic Coast, WA",47.775,-124.92,Oil,Derelict,diesel,0,0,0,0,0,500,0,"On May 3, 2015 the Coast Guard notified NOAA of the sinking of the F/V Sea Beast in the Olympic National Marine Sanctuary, with a potential of 500 gallons of diesel on board."

8920,2015-05-03,Mystery Long I. Sound sheen,Eastern Long Island Sound,40.9355,-73.6237,Oil,,Oil Sheen,,,,,,,0,"On May 3, 2015, a 1500 ft by 200 ft mystery sheen was reported to the CG. The sheen was in the middle of Eastern Long Island Sound and about 2 nm from the closest land. USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

8919,2015-04-28,Marine Debris floating boat hull,"off Neskowin Bay, Oregon",45.119733,-124.0598,Other,Marine Debris|Tsunami,,,,,,,,0,"On April 27, 2015, the USCG notified NOAA of an abandoned hull floating off the Oregon Coast. The vessel is approximately 18ft long and has heavy marine growth. It is suspected to be Japan tsunami marine debris."

8916,2015-04-22,M/V Mississagi,"St. Mary's River, MI",46.0546666667,-83.835,Oil,Grounding,Marine Diesel / Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 22, 2015, the M/V MISSISSAGI ran aground in the lower St. Mary’s River. USCG Sector Sault Sainte Marie requested trajectory, fate, and effects for the potential release of the 55 metric tons of Marine Diesel and 185 metric tons of Heavy Fuel Oil onboard."

8914,2015-04-21,Cedar Bayou Mystery Spill,"Baytown, Texas",29.75268,-94.92564,Oil,Mystery Substance,suspected oil product possibly biodiesel,1,,,,,1680,0,"On April 21, 2015, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG Sector Houston regarding a mystery spill in Cedar Bayou east of Baytown, Texas. The incident occurred on or around evening of 18 April 2015. Initial estimates of the spill are 20-40 bbls. Product spilled is unknown. The USCG is seeking assistance in spilled product identification and locating possible source of release. "

8915,2015-04-21,F/V Northern Pride,"Swikshak Bay, Alaska",58.77585,-151.277416667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4200,0,"On April 21, 2015, the 82-foot F/V Northern pride caught fire 6nm off Marmot Island, near Kodiak, Alaska. USCG helo rescued 3 personnel from a life raft near the vessel. USCG reports 4200 gallons diesel and several hundred gallons of lube and hydraulic fluid onboard. USCG requested spill trajectory and fate analysis. On April 23, the vessel could not be located and was thought to be lost and sunk. On April 28, the vessel was found upside-down and aground in Swikshak Bay. USCG again requested trajectory information and Resources at Risk. On May 7, the vessel hull broke free of the super-structure and floated 5 miles to the southwest and grounded on Kaguyak beach north of Chiniak Lagoon."

8913,2015-04-18,F/V COSAIR,"Off Grays Harbor, WA",47.0701666667,-124.8475,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On April 18, 2015, the USCG Sector Columbia River notified the NOAA SSC that the F/V COSAIR sank today approximately 30 miles off of Grays Harbor, WA. The vessel was reported to have about 2000 gallons of diesel fuel on board. A USCG helicopter overflight reported a light sheen was observed and a trajectory analysis was requested."

8912,2015-04-17,Phillips 66 Pipeline Rupture,"Cahokia Canal, IL",38.8060215,-90.0994924,Oil,Pipeline,Diesel,,,,,,22000,0,"On April 17, 2015, the USCG contacted the NOAA SSC for consultation on a pipeline spill in Illinois. An underwater 8" pipeline carrying Low Sulphur Diesel across the Cahokia Canal ruptured with an estimated 1200-3000 gallons of product spilling before being secured. The Cahokia Canal leads to the Mississippi River."

8911,2015-04-15,Pipeline Leak (Condensate),"Galveston Bay, TX ",29.4829666667,-94.8944138889,Oil,Collision,Condensate ,,,,,,80000,0,"On April 14, 2015, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC requesting assessment of potential discharge of an oil condensate pipeline currently under repair. The pipeline currently has a pinhole leak and divers are working to locate and repair the leak. "

8910,2015-04-14,PC SEAWOLF,"Friday Harbor, Washington",48.5276944444,-122.998527778,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"On April 14, 2015, USCG Sector Puget Sound notified NOAA of a sunken pleasure craft that was completely submerged at its slip in Shipyard Cove Marina, Friday Harbor, Washington. The 36ft Grand Bank pleasure craft ""SEAWOLF"" is estimated to have approximately 400 gallons of diesel on board and is leaking. The vessel location has been boomed."

8909,2015-04-13,Targa Terminals Houston Ship Channel,"Houston, Texas",29.740308,-95.209632,Oil,,HFO 380,1,,,,,42,0,"On April 13, 2015, the USCG Sector Houston notified the NOAA SSC of an incident involving the release of 1 bbl of HFO (Heavy Fuel Oil) 380 into the Houston Ship Channel during barge transfer operations. Approximately 6 bbls of oil were released to the deck of the vessel and barge during the incident. "

8908,2015-04-11,Mystery Sheen,"East Cameron Block 373, GOM",27.9438888889,-92.8775,Oil,,Unknown at this time,,,,,,,0,"On April 11, 2015, the USCG MSU Port Arthur contacted the NOAA SSC requesting a trajectory to follow up on a sheen reported by NESDIS in an Oceanmap report from the evening of April 10. Sheen is reported in the vicinity of Flower Gardens Bank, source and type of oil unknown at this point. A trajectory is being developed and we are cross-referencing location with known oil & gas infrastructure. "

8907,2015-04-10,Sunken deck barge,ICW near Horn Island Gulf of Mexico,30.2548333333,-88.609,Oil,,diesel and gasoline,,,,,,300,0,"On April 10, 2015, the USCG Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of an incident involving a dredge pontoon barge (deck barge) that sank in/near the Inter-coastal waterway (ICW) northeast of Horn Island (approximately 9 miles south of Pascagoula, MS). Report indicates approximately 13 pontoon barges carrying various equipment including 2 gasoline generators and one tender vessel (25ft) with total of approximately 300 gallons of fuel on board. USCG is requesting fate and trajectory information for worst case release. No release has been reported. "

8906,2015-04-09,Leaking Tank Battery,"Plaquemines, LA",29.0721666667,-89.159,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,126,0,"On April 9, 2015, the USCG Sector NOLA advised the NOAA SSC of a leaking tank battery near Johnson Pass in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. The source is secured and an OSRO is on-site. Coast Guard is sending an overflight. Incident area is near Pass A Loutre WMA."

8918,2015-04-09,Marine Debris floating boat,Off Oregon Coast,44.5301666667,-124.127666667,Other,Tsunami,Invasive species,,,,,,,0,"On Apr 9, 2015, the USCG reported an abandoned boat drifting off the Oregon coast. The vessel is approximately 30 feet long and is suspected Japan tsunami debris. "

8905,2015-04-06,Allision at MM 160 LMR,"Lower Mississippi River, LA",30.0422333333,-90.8412472222,Oil,Collision,Heavy Crude Oil,,,,,,550158,1,"On April 6, 2015, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC of collision between two deep draft vessels (M/V Privocean and M/V Bravo) in the Lower Mississippi River at River Mile Marker 160. M/V Bravo was transferring a heavy crude oil, and the transfer arms were damaged, spilling an unknown amount of oil into the river."

8904,2015-04-06,"Mystery Sheen, Atchafalya River","Amelia, LA",29.6640777778,-91.1002388889,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,60,0,"On April 6, 2015, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Morgan City, LA, contacted the NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen reported in the Atchafalya River. The USCG requested an analysis of the potential source and possible connection to an earlier spill. "

8903,2015-04-03,Good Friday Oil Spill - Forest City Yacht Club,"Cleveland, Ohio",41.5276833333,-81.6579666667,Oil,,Lube Oil 80% Mineral Oil,1,1,,,,3000,0,"On April 3, 2015, MSU Cleveland notified the NOAA SSC of an unidentified black oil spill at the Forest City Yacht Club in Cleveland, Ohio. First responders reported approximately 1000 gallons of black oil in the water and fouled on ice and along the shoreline. The source has been identified as an outfall located in the marina. USCG requested trajectory, fate, and resources at risk."

8902,2015-04-01,Pemex Oil Platform,"Bay of Campeche, Mexico",19.305,-92.1736111111,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On April 1, 2015, a PEMEX oil platform caught fire in southern Gulf of Mexico. The incident is in the Bay of Campeche in Mexican waters. Firefighting is on-going. Media reports a number of fatalities and a large evacuation of workers. The fire occurred at a Pemex dehydration and pumping platform known as Abkatun Permanente."

8899,2015-03-31,Liana Ransom,"Boston, MA",42.6333333333,-69.8833333333,Oil,Collision,Diesel Gasoline,,,,,,500,0,"On March 30th 2015, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a distress call from the Canadian flagged ""Liana Ransom,"" a 65 foot sailing ship (so-called ""Tall Ship""). The ship reported her engines were out and the sails were fouled around the mast. The USCG rescued all 9 crew by boat and helicopter. The vessel is carrying approximated 400 gallons of diesel and 20 gallons of gasoline. She remains adrift east of the eastern boundary of the Stellwagan Bank National Marine Sanctuary. She is drifting east on predominantly westerly winds. She is not taking on water. "

8901,2015-03-31,RADARSAT 2 Anomaly,"300 miles off Galveston, Tx",25.4333333333,-90.8833333333,Oil,,Possible oil from vessel,,,,,,,0,"On March 31, 2015, MSU Port Arthur asked for a trajectory for a NESDIS reported anomaly from a Mar 29 RADARSAT-2 data."

8900,2015-03-31,Towboat Rebecca Lynn,Lake Michigan,45.8716666667,-85.1766666667,Oil,Collision,Marine Diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"On March 31, 2015, the Towboat Rebecca Lynn reported a hull breach west of the Straits of Mackinac in Lake Michigan. USCG Sector Sault Sainte Marie requested trajectory, fate, and effects for the potential release of the 1500 gallons of diesel onboard. "

8898,2015-03-30,Refinery Fire/Release,"Beaumont, TX",30.0620027778,-94.2273083333,Chemical,,"butadiene, nitrous oxide, benzene, xylene",,,,,,,0,"On March 30, 2015, a fire occurred at the Exxon Mobil refinery, resulting in a unit flaring to the atmosphere. Cause of fire is unknown. Chemicals potentially released include nitrous (or nitrogen) oxide, butadiene, benzene and xylene. Plant was evacuated and they are fighting the fire. No injuries reported."

8897,2015-03-26,F/V NELLIE M.,"La Push, WA",47.9065,-124.637333333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On march 26, 2015, the F/V NELLIE M. sank in Quileute Marina, La Push, Washington. The vessel has approximately 500-600 gallons of diesel fuel on board and sheen is observed. The vessel is currently boomed and a diving/salvage company is en route to the scene. "

8896,2015-03-22,Mystery Slick,"30 mi ENE of Miami, FL",26.0122222222,-79.6177777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Miami contacted the NOAA for trajectory support information based on two separate dark anomalies reported by NESDIS Marine Pollution Surveillance Report on Mar. 21. The anomalies were identified trailing moving vessels in a satellite image from March 20th off the southeast coast of FL. Both anomalies are narrow, elongated, and suspected to be oil based on satellite characteristics including varying widths within relatively strong 20 kt surface wind environment. The dimensions of the northern anomaly is 7.4 miles long by 0.2 miles at its widest. The southern anomaly is 4.6 miles long by 0.1 miles at its widest."

8895,2015-03-19,Towboat David Dunnigan,Ohio River MM 897.5,37.4180555556,-88.425,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,3000,0,"On March 19, 2015, the Towboat David Dunnigan sank along the Right Descending Bank of the Ohio River at MM 897.5 with approximately 3,000 gallons of #2 Diesel onboard. USCG Sector Ohio Valley requested trajectory, fate, and effects."

8894,2015-03-18,Bayou Sorrel,"Atchafalaya Basin, LA",30.1645333333,-91.3909666667,Oil,,crude oil,1,,,,,,0,"On 18 March 2015, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Baton Rouge regarding a minor but ongoing release of crude oil into the Bayou Sorrell Frog Lake area. The release is believed to be associated with residual oil from abandoned flowlines in the area. As water levels have risen in the last few weeks, the abandoned lines have become submerged and residual oil is suspected to have been mobilized. USCG has initiated containment and recovery operations and has requested assistance with determining the source of the oil."

8893,2015-03-17,Dredge Barge Jack Adams,"Lake Ferguson, MS",33.4232333333,-91.0584,Oil,,No. 2 fuel oil (red dye diesel),1,,,,,2700,0,"On 17 March 2015, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG District 8 who requested support for a sunken dredge barge (Jack Adams) located near Greenville, MS. On 05 March 2015, the barge sank and salvage and recovery operations were initiated. On 16 March, the dredge folded in half during salvage operations and No. 2 red dye diesel oil was discharged from vessel and was contained/removed by the oil spill response organization (OSRO) on scene. The remaining potential amount of fuel and petroleum product onboard the sunken vessel is believed to be 2,700 gallons of diesel fuel oil in the starboard tank and lubricating oil in two electric motors and one 55 gallon drum. USCG has requested NOAA SSC support for emergency consultation notifications."

8892,2015-03-17,M/V Grey Shark,NY Harbor,40.02,-72.05,Oil,,Fuel Oil,,,,,,55000,0,"On March 17, 2015, the USCG Sector New York notified NOAA concerning a fire aboard the M/V Grey Shark, a Ro/Ro (roll on/roll off) carrying cars. Crew are attempting to control the fire. The vessel is currently under tow about 100 miles east of Pt. Pleasant, NJ heading back to NY. It has been reported the ship has a total of 55,000 gallons of several different oils onboard. The USCG has requested trajectory implications for each of two potential anchorages, to decide where best to send the ship when it arrives around 2200 this evening in case of any potential spill. The ship is not currently losing any oil."

8891,2015-03-16,F/V Tonto III aground,"Wadleigh Island, AK",55.5707833333,-133.131016667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel fuel,,,,,,200,0,"On March 16, 2015, the USCG MSD Ketchikan, AK, contacted NOAA ERD to request a trajectory for a potential diesel fuel spill from the grounded F/V Tonto III. The subject F/V broke free of it's mooring during the weekend, grounded on the shore of Wadleigh Island (along the western shore of Prince of Wales Island) and became flooded on an incoming tide. USCG MSD requested trajectory support in the event of a release."

8890,2015-03-15,Tug Sea Bear,"Fire Island, NY",40.65445,-73.0575333333,Oil,,Diesel fuel and lube oil,,,,,,1800,0,"On March 14, 2015, the tug SEA BEAR sank approximately 1nm offshore of Fire Island, New York. The Tug had 1800 gallons of diesel and approximately 200 gallons of lube oil on-board. USCG requested trajectory and weather support."

8889,2015-03-13,Trucking Accident,"Beaverton, OR",45.653,-122.859,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"On March 13, 2015, the USEPA notified ERD of a waste vegetable oil spill on the banks of McCarthy Creek in Beaverton, Oregon. Approximately 2000 gallons of oil was spilled. Unknown if oil has entered the creek. USEPA requested information on anadromous species."

8888,2015-03-11,MV Wild Cosmos,"Port of Wilmington, DE",39.71988,-75.523818,Oil,,Bunker C fuel oil - #6,1,,,,,100,0,"On March 9, 2015, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a spill in the Delaware River resulting from a fueling operation. Fuel oil (Bunker C) was being transferred from the Barge DS306 to the MV WILD COSMOS. Operators overfilled the two port side tanks resulting in an estimated 400-500 gallons spilling out onto the deck and an estimated 100 gallons of product spilling into the Delaware River, Port of Wilmington, DE. Sector Delaware Bay contacted NOAA SSC requesting a spill trajectory."

8886,2015-03-09,Morgan's Point Collision,"Houston Ship Channel, TX",29.6817,-94.985,Chemical,Collision,methyl-tert-butyl-ether (MTBE),,,,,,1512000,11,"On March 9, 2015, the M/V Carla Maersk and M/V Conti Peridot collided in Galveston Bay, TX. The M/V Carla Maersk was carrying methyl-tert-butyl-ether (MTBE). It was reported that three cargo tanks were breeched and an unknown amount of MTBE has spilled. USCG has requested NOAA scientific support including chemicals fate in the water and air, ecological and human health hazards, chemical trajectory, and environmental resources at risk information."

8885,2015-03-05,BNSF Crude Oil Train Derailment,"Galena, IL ",42.37435,-90.44368,Oil,Railcar,Crude Oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 5, 2015, the USCG requested NOAA SSC assistance for the BNSF Train Derailment along the banks of the Mississippi River south of Galena, IL. The accident occurred in the vicinity of the confluence of the Galena River and the Mississippi River near Mississippi River Mile Marker 565.3. According to a statement from BSNF, the train has 105 cars, 103 of which were carrying crude oil. "

8884,2015-02-28,Witt Penn Bridge,"Kearny, NJ",40.7410055556,-74.0823972222,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,200,0,"On 28 February 2015 the USCG Sector NY contacted NOAA to report that the Kearny Fire Dept. reported a vehicle accident on Route 7 at the Witt Penn Bridge in Hudson County, NJ. There was a discharge of approximately 200 gallons of diesel fuel from a United States postal service truck’s saddle tank. The oil made its way into the storm sewer and then to the Hackensack Rived. ."

8883,2015-02-23,Auke Bay Harbor Used Oil Release,"Juneau, Alaska",58.382526,-134.650197,Oil,Mystery Substance,Waste oil,,,,,,50,0,"On February 22, 2015, the USCG received a report of a large oil sheen in the Auke Bay Harbor, AK, approximately 10 miles north of Juneau, AK. The source was unknown. The material was tentatively identified as used motor oil."

8881,2015-02-18,CSX Train Derailment,"Mount Carbon, West Virginia",38.148956,-81.292277,Oil,Railcar,Bakken Crude Oil,1,1,,,,,0,"On February 16, 2015, a CSX train derailed near the Kanawha River in West Virginia. The train was hauling Bakken crude oil. An unknown amount of crude oil was released into Armstrong Creek which feeds into the Kanawha River. Initially, the derailed train cars caused a huge fire, but the fire has been extinguished at this time. The towns of Adena Village and Boomer Bottom have both been evacuated (evacuation of 1 mile radius from derailment). The area has heavy snow and extremely cold temperatures. USCG Sector Ohio Valley has requested on-scene NOAA SSC support. "

8882,2015-02-18,Pleasure Craft,"New London, CT",41.3341333333,-72.0973833333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On February 18, 2015, the USCG reported a sunken 31 ft vessel at Thamesport marina in New London, CT. with about 100 gallons of diesel onboard, batteries, and unknown drum onboard the vessel with significant sheening coming from the vessel. "

8880,2015-02-16,FV Savannah Ray Grounding,"Kodiak, Alaska",57.7574444444,-152.283661111,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On February 16, 2015, the 81-foot fishing vessel Savannah Ray went hard aground on the southeast coast of Long Island, in Chiniak Bay, near Kodiak, Alaska. Six crew members airlifted off by USCG helo. USCG requested NOAA SSC to provide resources at risk analysis."

8879,2015-02-10,Shell refinery,"Martinez, CA",38.0325,-122.130166667,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,1,0,,,,3528,0,"On February 10, 2015, the Shell refinery in Martinez, CA reported a spill of crude oil from a line undergoing hydrostatic testing. The release occurred near the seaward end of the Shell pier, where fixed containment boom is maintained. Response contractors were on-scene before sunset and applied additional containment boom and deployed skimmers. USCG Sector San Francisco requested trajectory support."

8878,2015-02-06,CPR Train Derailment,"Balltown, Iowa",42.66178,-90.84856,Chemical,Railcar,Denatured ethanol,1,1,,,,100000,0,"On February 6, 2015, the EPA requested denatured ethanol fate and trajectory associated with the CPR Train Derailment. The CPR Train Derailment occurred on February 4, 2015, along the banks of the Mississippi River approximately 10 miles north of Dubuque, Iowa, near the city of Balltown. "

8877,2015-02-04,F/V AC3 ,"~4 miles SW of Indian Pass, FL",29.6344,-85.300083,Oil,,marine diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On February 4, 2015, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Panama City regarding a 46 ft sunken fishing vessel, the AC3, located approximately 4 miles south-south-west of Indian Pass, FL. An estimated 250 gallons of marine diesel is onboard. Salvage operations are planned and USCG has requested trajectory for a worst case discharge (WCD) and fate information."

8876,2015-02-02,High Island mystery sheen,"~20 miles east of Sabine Pass, TX",29.61555,-94.21497,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On February 2, 2015, the USCG Port Arthur notified the NOAA SSC of an intermittent appearance of a sheen in the vicinity of an abandoned pipeline in the High Island block, near Sabine Pass, Texas. USCG requested a review of available data to determine if there have been recurring reports of sheen in the vicinity that may be attributed to an unknown source. "

8875,2015-01-28,Hydrogen Peroxide release,"Olympia, WA",47.0496666667,-122.8985,Chemical,,Hydrogen peroxide,,,,,,10000,0,"On January 28, 2015, the USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted NOAA ERD to report a release of 5-10,000 gallons of 50% hydrogen peroxide from a storage tank at an upland facility. The release was getting into storm drains that discharge into Puget Sound. Sector Puget Sound requested aquatic toxicity information on the substance."

8874,2015-01-28,Vapor cloud,"Off Oceanside, CA",33.14355,-117.754333333,Other,,Unknown vapor,,,,,,,0,"On January 28, 2015, USCG Sector San Diego contacted their NOAA SSC to report an unidentified vapor cloud 14 miles offshore of Oceanside, CA. USCG aircrew noticed a pungent or chemical-like odor in the area. USCG requested NOAA assistance in determining what the substance might be and its potential trajectory."

8872,2015-01-23,Bridger Pipeline Release,"Yellowstone River, Montana",47.032019,-104.77036,Oil,Pipeline,Bakken crude oil,1,1,,,,1200,0,"On January 23, 2015, the EPA contacted ERD requesting oil fate and trajectory for the Bridger Pipeline Release. The Bridge Pipeline Release occurred on January 17, 2015, in the Yellowstone River approximately seven river miles upstream of the city of Glendive in Dawson County."

8871,2015-01-22,TUG NALANI,"Off Barbers Point, HI",21.3083333333,-158.156666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,75000,0,"On January 22, 2015, the Tug NALANI sank in 378 fathoms of water off Barbers Point, Oahu. The tug was loaded with 75,000 gallons of diesel. Sheen has been reported in the area. USCG requested trajectory analysis and scientific support. "

8873,2015-01-20,Eyak Fishing Vessel Grounding,"Sitka, Alaska",56.8504666667,-135.39115,Oil,Grounding,diesel and gasoline,,,,,,800,0,"On January 20, 2015, USCG was notified that the 71-foot F/V Eyak grounded off ofCalligan Island, on its way back to Sitka, Alaska. The vessel was carrying approximately 800 gallons of diesel and 200 gallons of gasoline. No discharge has been reported yet, but there has been bad weather and the vessel rolled after the vents were plugged. USCG requested weather, oil fate and trajectory analysis."

8869,2015-01-16,Possible mystery spill,"East San Francisco Bay, CA",37.7506666667,-122.279166667,Other,,Non-petroleum substance,,,,,,,0,"On January 16, 2015, the USCG Sector San Francisco notified the NOAA SSC of a bird stranding event along the Eastern shore of San Francisco Bay (between San Mateo Bridge and Alameda’s Robert Crown Regional Park). Initial reports suggested that affected birds may be oiled, but later reports and feather analyses determined that the substance was a non-petroleum substance. "

8868,2015-01-14,Leaking Pipeline,"Port Sulphur, LA",29.3026666667,-89.6083333333,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,21,0,"On January 14, 2015 Hillcorp Energy experienced a crude oil leak from a 4"" pipeline located in Bastain Bay, Port Sulphur, LA. Reported amount released was 0.5 barrels, and source has been secured. Sector NOLA has a team enroute, and has requested a trajectory. "

8867,2015-01-07,Recreational Vessel,"Norwalk, CT",41.1175,-73.411,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,,0,"At 1600 on 7 January 2015 NOAA was notified by USCG Sector LIS of a sunken recreational boat at the Norwalk Boat Club with an an unknown quantity of gasoline onboard, as well as lubricating oil and batteries onboard. The USCG has requested NOAA prepare a resources at risk analysis for the area."

8866,2015-01-06,Adiponitrile Barge,"MM 173 Tombigbee River east of Pennington, AL",32.2269444444,-88.0091666667,Chemical,Collision,adiponitrile,,,,,,,0,"At 1130 on January 6, 2015, USCG Sector Mobile notified NOAA SSC that a barge carrying 1,400 tons of Adiponitrile struck the Nehoela Bridge on the Tombigbee River and sustained minor damage. The barge has been pushed into the bank is being lightered and no chemical has been released. USCG requested trajectory for worst case discharge (WCD). "

8865,2014-12-30,M/V Bella,"Lake Pontchartrain, LA",30.1523055556,-89.7732777778,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On December 20, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about M/V Bella, a 48 foot towing vessel, which ran aground and subsequently took on water sank in Lake Pontchartrain, LA. USCG requested a trajectory for a potential discharge of 2,000gal of diesel in support of salvage planning."

8864,2014-12-28,MV GB Corrado,"Matagorda Shipping Channel, TX",28.3818166667,-96.30965,Oil,Grounding,#6 fuel oil/diesel,,,,,,175788,0,"On December 26, 2014, the Bulk Carrier MV GB Corrado grounded south and west of the Matagorda Shipping Channel. She is carrying a load of bauxite (49,389 MT), and fuel (32,130 gallons diesel and 175,788 gallons # 6 ). Cargo and fuel currently secure, with no releases. Salvage planning and operations underway. Sector Corpus contacted NOAA SSC with request for trajectory should release occur during salvage. "

8863,2014-12-15,Milky White Film,"Marinette, WI",45.091991,-87.59809,Oil,,"Diesel, organic product",,,,,,,0,"On 14 December 2014, USCG Sector Lake Michigan was notified by the NRC of a 30ft diameter rainbow sheen smelling like diesel fuel on the south branch of the Menominee River under the Ogden Street bridge in Marinette, WI. The source was identified as a storm drain and shortly thereafter boomed. USCG requested consultation on potential chemical make-up of the a secondary material captured in the oil boom that appeared milky white in color."

8861,2014-12-12,Dune Garden Island Bay 414 Pipeline Leak,"Plaquemines, LA",29.0825277778,-89.1607222222,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil (Sweet Louisiana Crude),1,1,,,,1680,0,"On December 12, 2014, the USCG Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a crude oil pipeline leak in Garden Island Bay, Louisiana (NRC#1103268) and requested a trajectory and resources at risk analysis. 20-40 barrels of Sweet Louisiana Crude was released from a 4-in pipeline. Pipeline has been shut in, and response assets are on-scene. "

8860,2014-12-11,Mystery Sheen,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.4533333333,-74.0383333333,Oil,Mystery Substance,Diesel fuel,1,0,,,,,0,"On December 11, 2014, the USCG was notified through the NRC of a sheen in the proximity of Naval Weapons Station Earle, Leonardo, NJ. The USCG Sector NY dispatched a patrol boat to the scene and Pollution Response team to investigate. Investigation is underway to determine the source. NOAA has been asked to provide hindcast and trajectory model for the slick. "

8862,2014-12-10,Sundarbans Oil Spill,Bangladesh,22.35398,89.67152,Oil,Collision,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,100000,7,"On December 9, 2014, the oil tanker ""Southern Star 7"" sank in a river in Bangladesh after being struck by the freighter M/V Total. Heavy fuel oil from the tanker has contaminated the Sundarbans region of southwestern Bangladesh, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes many wildlife refuges and protected areas. NOAA is part of a United Nations Development Program (UNDP) assessment team providing assistance."

8859,2014-12-08,Bessie Heights Marsh Spill,"Orange, TX",30.0450722222,-93.9200888889,Oil,,Crude oil/produced water,,1,,,,,0,"On December 8, 2014, the State of Texas contacted the NOAA SSC to discuss application of an organic sorbent (bagasse or peat moss) to a small freshwater spill that occurred on Nov 9, near Orange, TX. "

8858,2014-12-08,Hilcorp Facility,"West Bay, Louisiana",29.1333333333,-89.3916666667,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,420,0,"On December 8, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a release of 10 barrels of crude oil from an oil/water separator. The facility is located in West Bay, to the northwest of Southwest Pass, Mississippi River. USCG is requesting trajectory of oil in the water to direct activities. "

8856,2014-12-04,Eastport Breakwater Collapse,"Eastport, Maine",44.906242,-66.98324,Oil,,Diesel Gasoline,,,,,,1000,0,"On December 4, 2014, part of the Eastport, Maine breakwater collapsed, cause yet unknown, resulting in the sinking or damage of several vessels. No injuries are reported. The vessels were not large and no pollution has been reported."

8855,2014-12-03,Floating drums,"San Francisco Bay, CA",37.8305555556,-122.352777778,Chemical,,"Empty drum, debris, possible hazmat",,1,,,,,0,"On December 2, 1014, the USCG Sector San Francisco responded to a report of a floating drum in the waters just East of Treasure Island. Nearly 24-hours later, Sector San Francisco responded to yet another report of a floating drum in the waters just East of Yerba Buena Island, less than 1.5 NM to the south of the first drum. Given the similar location of both empty black polyethylene drums and given the recent heavy weather moving through the San Francisco Bay area, Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request trajectory support in identifying a potential source area(s) for the two (and possibly future) drums."

8854,2014-12-01,501 Oryong,"Bering Sea, Russia",61.9283333333,-177.481666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,359100,0,"On December 1, 2014, USCG Anchorage contacted ERD requesting oil fate and trajectory for a sinking South Korean fishing vessel in the Bering Sea. The 326-foot vessel has an estimated 8400 bbls of diesel and 150 bbls of lube oil. Media reports that more than 50 crew are missing. USCG assets are en route. "

8852,2014-11-27,Mystery Sheen,North of Dominican Republic,20.09,-68.32,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown,0,0,0,0,0,,0,"On the morning of Nov. 27, the U.S. Coast Guard was notified of a sighting by commercial aircraft. Three planes, flying between 24-37,000 feet, reported seeing a 6 mile by 1 mile red-brown patch on the water, approximately 76 miles north of the Dominican Republic, moving east. At this time, no Coast Guard assets are being deployed to investigate."

8851,2014-11-26,S/V Aurora,"St Johns, USVI",18.312526,-64.699173,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,300,0,"On November 26, 2014, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a 50 foot sailing vessel grounded on the east side of St Johns Island near Drunk Bay on Monday 24 November. The vessel has 300 gallons of diesel onboard. No pollution has been reported as of 0830 26 November 2014 but salvage actions are not safe at this time due to sea conditions on site. USCG requested information on oil fate and effects due to sensitivity of resources in the area and association with the National Park. "

8850,2014-11-18,T/B EMS 5001,"Tampa Bay, FL",27.5916666667,-82.8166666667,Oil,,Jet fuel,,,,,,2562000,0,"On November 18, 2014, NOAA was notified by the USCG Sector St. Pete concerning the tank barge EMS 5001. The tow line from the tug parted and the barge deployed its emergency anchor near Tampa Bay, FL. The barge holds 61,000 barrels of jet fuel. The USCG requested a trajectory for a potential release."

8849,2014-11-15,Methyl Mercaptan,"Dow, La Porte, TX",29.698603,-95.033117,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On November 15, 2014, the USCG Sector Houston contacted the NOAA SSC about a release of 300 pounds of Methyl Mercaptan from the Dow facility in La Porte, TX USCG requested fate and effects of this chemical and and potential response actions. "

8848,2014-11-14,Zinc Bromide,90 mi Offshore LA,28.2286111111,-92.5302777778,Chemical,,Zinc Bromide,,,,,,2772,0,"On November 14, 2014, the USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC in regards to a surface release of 66 barrels of zinc bromide from a platform in Vermilion Block 342 (90 miles offshore of Louisiana). USCG is requesting information about the potential environmental impacts, fates and effects of this product. "

8844,2014-10-27,Hilcorp Bay St. Elaine Pipeline,"Cocodrie, LA",29.196309,-90.692656,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,4200,0,"On October 27, 2014, the USCG MSU Houma contacted the NOAA SSC about a 100 barrel crude oil spill which occurred on 25OCT2014. The oil spill was caused by a pipeline rupture in a marsh habitat north of Grand Isle, LA. The source is secure and removal actions are underway. USCG called to consult NOAA about potential use of in-situ burning as a response strategy. "

8843,2014-10-24,Barge National II,"Beaufort Sea, AK",70.2155,-142.145666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,951,0,"On October 22, 2014, the USCG Sector Anchorage was notified of a 134-FT Self propelled barge carrying approximately 951 gallons of diesel fuel was adrift in the Beaufort Sea. The USCG requested SSC support including potential oil fates and persistence should a discharge occur. "

8842,2014-10-24,Pleasure Craft Marimar,"Salinas Bay, Puerto Rico",17.958929,-66.29454,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On October 22, 2014, the USCG Sector San Juan Incident Management Division received a report of a sunken 33.8' pleasure craft ""MARIMAR II"" at the Marina De Salinas, in Salinas Bay, Puerto Rico. The vessel is submerged and aground on its starboard side. The USCG opened a Federal Project to hire a certified BOA contractor (Clean Harbors Environmental Services) to deploy 100' of hard boom and 120' sorbents around vessel, containing any possible potential discharge. "

8841,2014-10-23,T/B Karen Jean,"Narragansett Bay, RI",41.375,-71.44,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,10000,0,"On October 22, 2014 the tug boat Karen Jean sank about 2 miles east of Scarborough Beach, RI. The vessel sank in about 70 feet of water while towing a work barge. The barge is still attached to the tug and still afloat and has not pollution threat aboard. The tug has a maximum capacity of 10, 000 gallons of diesel fuel, but the owner reports only about 3,000 gallons on board, plus an additional 100 gallons of assorted other petroleum products. "

8839,2014-10-20,F/V Sambuca,"Gloucester, MA",42.7057666667,-70.3368166667,Oil,,,,,,,,200,0,"On 20 October 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Boston that the fishing vessel Sambuca sunk at 2020 on the 19th approximately 12 miles east of Gloucester, MA with an estimated 200 gallons of diesel fuel aboard. "

8840,2014-10-20,Mystery Sheen ,"Gulf of Mexico south of Timbalier Island, LA",29.0133333333,-90.5077777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,"Unknown, possible oil",,,,,,,0,"On October 20, 2014, the USCG Morgan City contacted the NOAA Hazmat Duty Officer regarding a reported mystery sheen located approximately 7 NM south of Timbalier Island, Louisiana. (Gulf of Mexico). The sheen was reported by passing helicopter as an ""unknown"" source and was described as 3 miles long with a 100 x 200 ft patch of ""black oil"" near the center. USCG has requested fate and trajectory information. "

8838,2014-10-19,"Mystery Spill, Naselle River","Naselle River, WA",,,Oil,Mystery Substance,"Unkown, but reported to smell like diesel",,,,,,,0,"On October 19, 2014, the USCG Sector Columbia River called the NOAA SSC to report that a mystery spill with a strong diesel smell had been reported on the Naselle River, WA. USCG Sector Columbia River asked for a river forecast and potential downstream movement of the material. "

8837,2014-10-17,SIMUSHIR,"Moresby Island, QCI, Canada",52.7562833333,-132.10905,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,169000,0,"On October 20, 2014, the USCG D17 notified the NOAA SSC that the 441-ft M/V SIMUSHIR (a Russian freighter) had lost propulsion, and was disabled and adrift near the Queen Charlotte Island in Northern British Columbia, Canada. The potential for pollution is 500 tonnes of bunker and 60 tonnes of diesel fuel. The main cargo is containerized box cargo. FOSC Sector Juneau has requested a trajectory to determine if potential spill could impact U.S. waters, shorelines, or resources."

8836,2014-10-17,"Sunken ""LADY A""","Off Dungeness Spit, WA",48.2023166667,-123.080233333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,700,0,"On October 17, 2014, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC that a 67-foot recreational vessel, the ""LADY A"", sank approximately 1.5 miles off of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. The wood hull vessel is reported to have about 700 gallons of diesel aboard. A small sheen was observed when the vessel sank but no other release has been reported at this time. The USCG requested trajectory support in the event of a release, at the request of National Wildlife Refuge staff. "

8835,2014-10-14,Capsized Tug,"Mobile Bay, AL",30.5846666667,-88.0291666667,Oil,Derelict,Marine Diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On October 13, 2014, a tug carrying ~2,000 gallons of marine diesel capsized in Mobile Bay, AL. Sector Mobile contacted the NOAA SSC and requested a trajectory. "

8832,2014-10-02,Baker Platform Fire,"Cook Inlet, Nikiski, AK",60.83,-151.483333333,Oil,,diesel and lube oil,,,,,,15000,0,"On October 2, 2014, the ""Baker"" platform located in Cook Inlet Southwest of Anchorage, caught fire and was evacuated. The platform produces natural gas. Only a small amount of fuel is located on the platform for local power generation--10,000 gallons of diesel and 5,000 gallons of lube oil. The USCG has requested a fate model run and a trajectory for a potential release of the diesel and lube oil."

8831,2014-10-01,Salmon Tending Barge,"Black Island, Maine",44.18649,-68.3505,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,450,0,"On Oct. 1, 2014, at about 1300 EDT a 65 foot salmon pen tending barge (number or name unknown) sank in approximately 70 feet of water 50-100 off the northwest corner of Black Island (due south of Mt. Desert Island) in Maine. The barge was carrying approximately 400 gallons of diesel. The fuel vents on the barge were secured before sinking and subsequent US Coast Guard reports indicated no sheening or oil on the water. "

8830,2014-09-29,English Station Power Plant,"New haven, CT",41.3069166667,-72.907,Oil,,Various oils,,,,,,6000,0,"On September 29, 2014, the SCG Sector Long Island Sound contacted NOAA regarding a potential release of oil and hazardous substances (oil possibly commingled with PCBs)at the English Station Power Plant on Ball Island in the Mill River, just north of New Haven, CT harbor. Sect LIS has requested NOAA assistance in identifying resources at risk."

8829,2014-09-25,IMTT,"Bayonne, NJ",40.6502777778,-74.0916666667,Oil,,#6 fuel oil,1,,,,,2100,0,"On September 25, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by the USCG Sector NY of an oil spill at IMTT in Bayonne, NJ. Due to overfilling of a barge at the facility approximately 2,100 gallons of #6 oil overflowed from the barge into the Kill Van Kull waterway. NJ regulations require pre-booming of all transfers, so the spilled oil was contained within the boom. "

8825,2014-09-23,42ft. Vessel collision/sinking,"9 mi ENE of Vieques, PR",18.1833333333,-65.1166666667,Oil,Collision,Diesel fuel,,,,,,250,0,"On September 21, 2014, a 42' pleasure craft sank 9 miles ENE of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. The pleasure craft sank with a maximum capcity of 250 gallons of diesel fuel and 2 gallons of lube oil in approximately 129 ft of water. The USCG Sector San Juan contacted NOAA ERD at 1120ET to request fate and trajectory analysis."

8827,2014-09-23,Sunken Shrimp Vessel,"Southwest Pass, LA",28.8253333333,-89.4036666667,Oil,,Diesel/lube oil,,,,,,3500,0,"On September 23, 2014, USCG Sector NOLA notified NOAA about a 76 ft shrimp vessel which sank about 5 miles south of SouthWest Pass in greater than 200 ft of water, and requested a trajectory. Vessel sank at approximately 13:40 local, carrying 3,500 gallons of diesel and 15 gallons of lube oil. "

8818,2014-09-18,Sulfuric acid release,"Calumet River, Chicago, IL",41.917,-87.664,Chemical,,98% sulfuric acid,,,,,,1500,0,"On Septemerb 17, 2014, USCG Sector Lake Michigan notified the SSC of a release of 1,500 gallons of 98% sulfuric acid in the Calumet River near mile marker 328.6. USCG requested information concerning effects and dilution."

8816,2014-09-14,Vessel AVALON,"Hood Canal, WA",,,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,500,0,"On September 14, 2014, the 65-foot yacht ""Avalon"" grounded and sank in Hood Canal, WA. The vessel had an estimated 300 to 500 gallons of diesel fuel on board."

8814,2014-09-12,Rowayton Trading Co.,"Bridgeport, CT",41.1883333333,-73.1686666667,Chemical,,Multiple,,,,,,11000000,0,"On September 11, 2014, a fire at a chemical manufacturing facility in Bridgeport, CT, resulted in contaminated firefighting waters flowing into the Pequonnock River and into Long Island Sound. The SSC was notified by the USCG Sector Long Island Sound and requested to provide modeling for the air plume and water."

8813,2014-09-11,Lake Salvador crude oil spill,"Lake Salvador, LA",29.7,-90.2613888889,Oil,Collision,crude oil,,,,,,1260,0,"On September 11, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the Gulf SSC regarding a 30 bbl spill of crude oil from a production facility in Lake Salvador, LA. The release has been secured but not contained. Spill response personnel are in route and an overflight is being scheduled. USCG has requested initial trajectory. "

8812,2014-09-10,NOAA R/V Rainier,"Womens Bay, Kodiak, AK",57.7,-152.57,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On September 8, 2014, the NOAA vessel RAINIER was tied up at the USCG base in Kodiak, AK, when an oil sheen was noticed in the harbor area at the USCG facility. On September 9 the spill was attributed to the RAINIER. The discharge is still being investigated but a breach internal to the vessel allowed diesel fuel to contaminate a grey water holding tank. "

8815,2014-09-10,St Lawrence Oiled Wildlife,"St Lawrence Island, Alaska",63.71,-171.64,Oil,Mystery Substance,oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 9, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified of two oiled seals that were harvested on St Lawrence Island near Gambell, Alaska. ADEC has requested NOAA assistance in analyzing the oil samples through the LSU Chemistry Lab."

8811,2014-09-08,M/V PAUL RUSS,"Tanapag Harbor, Saipan",15.2266666667,145.706666667,Oil,Coral|Grounding,IFO 380,,,,,,320000,0,"On September 8, 2014, the USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC for Oceania that a 500 foot container ship, the M/V Paul Russ, ran aground in Tanapag Harbor in Saipan. The vessel has approximately 320,000 gallons of IFO 380 on board but there has been no release at this time. The vessel is reported to be hard aground but stable."

8810,2014-09-05,Chlorine Gas Release,"Plaquemine/Morrisonville, LA",30.309631,-91.222861,Chemical,,Chlorine Gas,,,,,,,0,"On September 5, 2014 at 0935 CDT, Sector NOLA notified the NOAA SSC of a chlorine gas release in the vicinity of Lower Mississippi River Mile Marker #210. NOAA provided Sector NOLA with information from CAMEO, advice about safety distances, weather forecasts and modeling support. "

8809,2014-09-02,Mystery sheen,"Ballard, WA",,,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,1000,0,"On September 2, 2014, USCG Sector Puget Sound notified NOAA ERD of an estimated 1000 gallon sheen of mixed diesel/hydraulic/motor oil in Salmon Bay of Ballard (Seattle), WA. An OSRO is on-scene and has the sheen partially boomed. "

8808,2014-08-29,M/V Simple,"Watch Hill, CT",41.2896333333,-71.8598833333,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,200,0,"On August 29, 2014, a 29 foot recreational boat caught fire and sank in 100 feet of water approximately 3/4 of a mile south of the Watch Hill Lighthouse, Connecticut. 5 persons on board were rescued by a passing vessel. The vessel was carrying a maximum of 200 gallons of gasoline, much of which was suspected to have been consumed by the fire. "

8807,2014-08-27,Ruptured Flow Line,"Garden Island Bay, LA",29.0752777778,-89.1605555556,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"On August 27, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC about an oil spill in Garden Island Bay, in the southeast end of the Mississippi River Delta. The oil spill was caused by a rupture in a 3 inch flowline directly below the associated wellhead’s shut off valves. The well was abandoned but the flowline contained residual oils. The USCG requested a Resources at Risk Report from NOAA. "

8805,2014-08-24,F/V Captain LE,"9 nm Offshore, Petit Bois Island, AL",30.0483333333,-88.5183333333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,10000,0,"On August 24, 2014, Sector Mobile notified NOAA that a shrimp vessel containing a potential of 10,000 gallons of #2 Diesel and 200 gal of lube oil was sinking and requested a trajectory. "

8806,2014-08-22,M/V Pine Galaxy,"Off Cape Mendocino, CA",38.2016666667,-124.89,Other,,Propylene tetramer,,,,,,,0,"On 13-August-2014, the 480' chemical tanker M/V PINE GALAXY carrying propylene tetramer reported an engine room fire while approximately 700NM WNW of Cape Mendocino, CA. The fire disabled the vessel but no oils or chemicals were released. The M/V PINE GALAXY was taken under tow for inspection and repairs in San Francisco Bay. The USCG requested weather forecast info in support of the towing operations and for the at-sea boarding planned by USCG personnel prior to entering the Golden Gate. "

8804,2014-08-19,#2 Oil Release,"Ohio River near Blairsville, OH",38.9911027778,-84.2977722222,Oil,,#2 oil,,,,,,20000,1,"On August 19, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified of a release of #2 fuel oil into the Ohio River that had occurred at approximately midnight the prior evening. USCG Sector Ohio Valley requested oil transport and fate analysis. Corresponds to NRC Notification #1092727"

8803,2014-08-18,Natural gas release,"Canton, IL",40.5571,-90.0233,Chemical,Pipeline,Natural gas,,,,,,,0,"On August 18, 2014 NOAA ERD was contacted by the Fulton County Emergency Services Disaster Agency for support for a natural gas release in Canton, IL. ESDA requested air plume models for a ruptured underground 10 inch pipeline. The volume, rate of flow and pipeline pressure were unknown at the time of notification. The SSC is providing support to the Director of ESDA as needed."

9342,2014-08-16,F/V LADY GERTRUDE Sinking,New Jersey,40.06977778,-73.28061111,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,4500,0,"During the early morning hours of August 15, 2016, the 78 foot F/V LADY GERTRUDE sank 35 to 40 miles southeast of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, while towing for scallops. The vessel had an estimated 4,500 gallons of diesel fuel on board when the vessel sank. USCG Sector New York contacted the NOAA SSC on August 16 requesting trajectory modeling support and resources at risk."

8802,2014-08-14,Mystery spill report,"Offshore Savannah, Ga",31.1666666667,-80.0,Oil,Mystery Substance,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On August 14, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Savannah, Georgia, that a passing vessel had observed a mystery sheen of unknown origin or type about 100 miles offshore. The USCG requested any available remote sensing imagery and photo interpretation. The material was later identified as an algal bloom and not oil. "

8801,2014-08-13,Kinder Morgan Sodium Hydroxide Release,"Norfolk, VA",,,Chemical,,Sodium Hydroxide,,,,,,900000,0,"On August 13, 2014 at 10:30 AM, the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Hampton Road notified the NOAA Office of Response and Restoration about an above ground storage tank failure at the Kinder Morgan Energy Terminal in Norfolk, Virginia. A tank containing approximately 900,000 gallons of 50% solution sodium hydroxide had partially ruptured resulting in the release of approximately 200,000 gallons into a bermed, contained area. USCG has requested information on reactivity if the tank collapses and product comes in direct contact with adjacent storage tanks and pipelines or if it reaches the nearby waterway. "

8800,2014-08-13,MV Flag Gangos,"Gretna, LA",,,Oil,Collision,"Petroleum Slurry, #6 Fuel Oil, ",1,,,,,14070,0,"On August 12, 2014, at 10:25 PM, the MV Flag Gangos collided with MV Pamisos at the dock of the International Matex Terminal, breaking some hoses on the dock and a barge. The Facility is near Mississippi River Mile Marker 97.2. On August 13, at 1:10, Coast Guard notified the NOAA SSC that the collision had resulted in a discharge of approximately 20 barrels of #6 fuel oil into the River. (NRC#1092114). The USCG requested an oil trajectory to support response operations"

8799,2014-08-07,Barge Grounding,"near Ono Island, Florida",30.31,-87.4583333333,Chemical,Grounding,Adiponitrile,,,,,,,0,"On August 7, 2014, Sector Mobile notified NOAA SSC that a barge carrying 1,500 tons of Adiponitrile was grounded and requested a trajectory. No chemical has been released, and plans are to lighter the barge and refloat it. Weather, tides, trajectory and toxicity information was provided. "

8798,2014-08-06,Hurricane Iselle,Hawaii,20.0,-155.0,Oil,Collision|Hurricane,,,,,,,,0,"On August 6, 2014, NOAA ERD opened a hotline report to capture general information regarding any pollution incidents and response activities in the Hawaii from the passage of Hurricane Iselle and Hurricane Julio through the Hawaiian Islands. "

8797,2014-08-05,Dolly Parton Bridge Diesel Spill,"Mobile, AL",,,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On August 5, 2014, at 10:30 pm, Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of potential 200 gallon diesel spill into the Mobile River due to an accident on the Dolly Parton Bridge (I-65). NRC report#1091408. CG requested assistance determining potential location of sheen to guide morning overflight. SSC provided fate data and estimate of transit time in river."

8796,2014-08-03,Boat Fire,"NW Neah Bay, WA",48.415,-124.546666667,Oil,,diesel or gas,,,,,,,0,"On August 3, 2014, the NOAA ERD Duty Officer was notified by the USCG Sector Seattle of a boat fire approximately 4nm NW of Neah Bay, WA. One person was rescued from the burning vessel which then exploded and burned to the waterline. The vessel broke apart and sank at last known location, no sited debris field. Vessel was a 34 foot cabin cruiser. USCG expects all fuels were consumed in the fire. "

8795,2014-08-01,Hydraulic Fluid Spill,"Ballard, WA",47.6652777778,-122.388888889,Oil,,Hydraulic fluid,,,,,,50,0,"At approximately 1430 PT on August 1, 2014, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Seattle about a 50 gallon hydraulic oil spill off a vessel in Ballard (Seattle), WA. It is undetermined how much oil was released to the water, however one oiled seagull has been captured. USCG and WA Dept of Ecology are responding. "

8794,2014-07-31,Block 278 B East Cameron,82 miles SSE Cameron Pass Gulf of Mexico,28.5963888889,-92.9897222222,Oil,,condensate,,,,,,1680,0,"On July 31, 2014, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Port Arthur, TX regarding a 40 BBL discharge of condensate from a production platform located approximately 82 miles SSE of Cameron Pass, LA (NRC 1090764). Discharge reported to have occurred from a line break during a transfer operation at 03:48 on 31 July. Secondary NRC reports were received by USCG at 15:09 and 15:16 indicating a several miles long rainbow sheen observed in the vicinity of the initial report. USCG is requesting trajectory on initial report to determine if subsequent reports are the same incident or from another source. "

8793,2014-07-31,I-10 Causeway Mobile Bay Rollover,"Mobile, AL",30.678067,-87.989033,Oil,Collision,diesel and gasoline,1,,,,,7700,0,"On 31 July, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USEPA On Scene Coordinator (FOSC) of a tanker rollover and fire on the I-10 entrance ramp along the Causeway in Mobile, AL. The tanker was carrying 2,000 gallons of diesel and 5,700 gallons of gasoline. The majority of the fuel was consumed during the fire, but runoff from the accident did enter Mobile Bay (COTP Zone) through a storm drain. The NOAA SSC has provided fate and effect information on spill to the FOSC "

8792,2014-07-30,F/V TAKE MARU grounded,"Cocos Island, Guam",13.0,144.16,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,7800,1,"On July 30, 2014, the USCG Sector Guam notified the Oceania SSC that a 45-foot Japanese fishing vessel grounded on coral reef off Cocos Island, Guam at 0800 local time on July 30. The quantity of diesel aboard is unclear, however no sheens were observed in the area at the time of the report. The exact location of the grounding remains uncertain. Access to the area has been limited by severe weather conditions."

8791,2014-07-28,Mystery Sheen NW Gulf of Mexico,130 miles SE of Galveston Texas,28.3366666667,-93.0530555556,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On July 28, 2014, the USCG Port Arthur Texas contacted NOAA ERD regarding a suspected oil observation reported in a NESDIS Satellite Marine Pollution Surveillance Report issued at 18:36. The NESDIS report indicated a potential oil sheen 11 by 1 miles in size located 130 miles SE of Galveston (28 20 12 N, 093 03 11 W). USCG requested trajectory prediction to locate where to send air reconnaissance in the morning. "

8790,2014-07-24,HCL Release,"Freeport, TX",28.9436111111,-95.3194444444,Chemical,,Hydrochloric Acid 27% concentration,,,,,,,0,"On July 24, 2014, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC about a hydrochloric acid release at the DOW Chemical facility in Freeport, Texas. A tank barge loaded with 1500 metric tons of a 27% HCL solution was leaking from a crack near the top of the tank. The USCG requested fate and effects support to ensure safety of public and responders."

8787,2014-07-17,Tug Walter D. Johnson,"Gulf of Mexico, 17 nmi west of Hernando Bch. ",28.4169444444,-83.0166666667,Oil,,Marine diesel,,,,,,1500,0,"On July 17, 2014, the USCG Sector St. Petersburg, FL, contacted the NOAA Emergency Response Division to report the sunken tug Walter D. Johnson off the west coast of Florida. USCG has requested a fate and trajectory for a potential 1500 gal of marine diesel."

8786,2014-07-15,Bering Sea SATMON Anomaly Report ,"Bering Sea, Alaska",56.36238,-168.31766,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On July 15, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified of 5 possible oil anomalies detected via satellite. The anomalies were located approximately 40NM Southwest of St George Island, AK in the Bering Sea. USCG requested SSC assistance to provide a trajectory analysis to estimate current location of the anomalies. "

8788,2014-07-15,W.W. Hutton,"Cape Lookout, NC",34.1438888889,-76.6525,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On 15 July 2014 a private individual (fisherman) filed an National Response Center report after observing an oil approximately 48 miles offshore of Cape Lookout, NC. On July 17, 2014, a USCG C-130 aircraft flew over the site and confirmed the presence of a sheen in the same vicinity as that reported by the private individual. Based on the location and the temporal and geographical persistence of the sheens, the oil is likely from a sunken wreck. The USCG contacted the NOAA SSC to review historical information in NOAA databases on the many WWII era wrecks in the area."

8785,2014-07-14,Small boat off Oregon Tsunami Debris,"20 nm NW of Brookings, Or",42.1511111111,-124.704166667,Other,Tsunami,Invasive Species,,,,,,,0,"On July 12th, 2014, a partially submerged 15 ft boat was reported off the Southern Oregon Coast about 20 nm NW of Brookings, Oregon. It is believed to be from the Japan tsunami. "

8783,2014-07-12,Helicopter crash,"Kingston, WA",47.8216666667,-122.491666667,Oil,,Aviation fuel,,,,,,30,0,"On July 12, 2014, the USCG Sector Puget Sound alerted the NOAA SSC of a helicopter crash into Puget Sound just north of Kingston, WA. The helicopter had 30 gallons of aviation fuel on board, however, it is not known if there was any released. "

8784,2014-07-10,Boston Ship Repair,"Boston, MA",42.3454027778,-71.0289194444,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,11500,0,"On July 9, 2014, approximately 11,300 gallons of diesel was spilled from the USNS FISHER, dry docked at the Boston Ship Repair facility. The spill was contained within the dry dock and no product has or is anticipated to reach the waterway. "

8781,2014-07-07,Yacht sinking,"Anacortes, WA",48.5022083333,-122.605683333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,700,0,"On July 7, 2014, the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the Northwest SSC that a 60-foot yacht was on fire and sinking at the Anacortes Marina. The vessel is reported to have approximately 700 gallons of diesel aboard. Responders are on-scene and booming the vessel. "

8778,2014-07-03,Floating skiff off Oregon,"8 miles off Newport, Oregon",44.6190333333,-124.257783333,Other,Tsunami,,,,,,,,0,"On the afternoon of July 2nd, 2014,an abandoned skiff was reported about 8 miles off Newport, Oregon. It is assumed that this is another Japan tsunami debris item. "

8777,2014-07-02,Recreational boat aground,"Tulalip, WA",48.03,-122.23,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline,,,,,,25,0,"On July 2, 2014, the USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a recreational boat aground on a rocky beach near Tulalip, WA. The vessel had a potential of 25 gal. of gasoline on board, and, after the initial alert to the SSC, it was determined this all leaked out when it initially hit the shore. USCG requested information on environmentally sensitive areas. "

8776,2014-06-30,Mystery sheens,Northern Lake Huron,45.532,-83.4826666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On June 30, 2014, the USCG Sector Sault Ste Marie requested trajectories for two mystery sheens located in northern Lake Huron. The product type and volume are unknown."

8775,2014-06-28,NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette,"Maug Island, CNMI",20.0166666667,-145.216666667,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,10,0,"On June 28, 2014, the USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC for the Pacific Islands that the NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette reported release of 10 gallons of gasoline near Maug Island in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. "

8774,2014-06-27,F/V Terry Lee,"Jones Beach SP, NY",40.5791666667,-73.5611111111,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"At approximately 1515 on 27June2014, NOAA was notified that the 40ft fishing trawler ""Terry Lee"" ran aground at the west end of Jones Beach State Park, NY while returning from a fishing trip. It has broken apart and spilled diesel fuel onto the beach and into the water. The USCG and NY DEC are responding."

8773,2014-06-19,M/T Palanca Singapore,"Everett, MA",42.3881944444,-71.0581583333,Oil,,Asphalt,1,,,,,10000,0,"On June 19, 2014, a transfer pipe parted between the motor tanker Palanca Singapore and the Exxon/Mobil terminal in Everett, MA, resulting in the discharge of an estimated 2500-10,000 gallons of heated asphalt into a boomed area between the pier and the ship. The asphalt was heated to a temperature of near 350 degree F and discharged into water of around 60 degrees F resulting in rapid cooling and solidification. The NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Boston and deployed to the scene. In addition, NOAA ERD oceanographers provided trajectory and fate modeling if any product were to have escaped containment."

8772,2014-06-18,Assumed Tsunami Debris Boat,20 nm off Oregon ,44.3166666667,-124.535,Other,Tsunami,Invasive Species,,,,,,,0,"On Sunday, June 15, an estimated 40 - 50 ft boat was seen adrift off the Cape Perpetua, on the Oregon coast. The mostly submerged hull is encrusted with heavy marine growth and it is assumed that this debris from the Japan tsunami. USCG issued a notice to mariners and requested a drift trajectory from NOAA."

8770,2014-06-10,Mystery Sheen,"South Marsh Island, LA",,,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On June 10, 2014 at 1400 (CST), MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding NRC#1085130. The caller reported ""large black patches"". Morgan City IMD personnel inquired as to whether there were any harmful algal bloom (HAB)occurring at the time. Search of NOAA, Texas, and Florida HAB sites showed no occurrence. MSU Morgan City was advised of the negative finding via telecon. The SSC also provided advice on how to identify oil and distinguish oil from false positives during aerial observation. No further products were requested."

8769,2014-06-10,Petroleum Resource Management,"Port Sulphur, LA",29.4802777778,-89.7002777778,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,1,1,,,,63,0,"On June 7, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector NOLA of a 20 barrel spill in a marsh near Port Sulphur, LA. NOAA provided resources at risk analysis and marsh cleanup endpoints."

8771,2014-06-08,Sunken barge NASH,"Off Point Conception, CA",34.46,-120.533333333,Oil,,"Magnesium chloride, diesel, lube oils",,,,,,115,1,"On June 8, 2014, the USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Santa Barbara notified the NOAA SSC of the sunken barge NASH. The barge, loaded with 3,900 MT of liquid magnesium chloride, partially sank while under tow approximately 3 NM West of Point Conception, CA. The barge also contained oils and fuels associated with the barge’s machinery. "

8768,2014-06-03,Cook Inlet gas pipeline leak,"Nikiski, Alaska",60.785,-151.457666667,Chemical,Pipeline,methane,,,,,,1796369,0,"On June 3, 2014, the USCG notified the NOAA SSC of a leaking underwater natural gas supply line near Nikiski, AK. The USCG requested scientific support to help establish a safety zone while the leak is repaired."

8767,2014-05-31,Octave Header Bulkline (TPIC),"Delta NWR, LA",29.226067,-89.193733,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,1,4200,0,"On May 28, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA SSC about an unknown amount of crude oil discharged from a pipeline in the Delta National Wildlife Refuge, approximately 9 miles southeast of Venice, LA. "

8766,2014-05-27,Marine Debris reported,"8 mi west of Queets River, Wa",,,Other,Tsunami,,,,,,,,0,"On May 27, 2014, the NOAA Marine Debris Program requested a trajectory analysis for an upside-down 18 ft boat reported floating 8 miles off the Queets River in Washington State. The boat is likely debris from the 2011 Japan tsunami."

8765,2014-05-23,Whale carcass,"Pillar Point Harbor, CA",37.4931666667,-122.494,Other,Marine Mammal,Whale carcass,,1,,,,,0,"On May 23, 2014, the NMFS Stranding Coordinator contacted ERD to request a drift estimate for a 22 foot Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) carcass that had washed up at the entrance to Pillar Point Harbor, CA."

8764,2014-05-22,Semi collision Interstate 65 Mobile/Tensaw Delta,Middle River/ General W. K. Wilson Bridge I65 Mobile/Tensaw River Delta AL,30.933333,-87.918333,Oil,Collision,"motor oil, cooking oil and grease and unknown",,,,,,,0,"On May 22, 2014, the USCG Sector Mobile notified the NOAA SSC of a collision involving two semi-trailer trucks near Mobile, AL, that resulted in a fire and possible release of motor oil, cooking oil and grease packaged in crates, drums and barrels, and other truck cargo unknown. USCG has requested spill trajectory and oil fate and behavior information. "

8763,2014-05-21,Beached Whale Carcass,"San Diego, Ca.",32.67,-117.246388889,Other,Marine Mammal,Whale carcass,,,,,,,0,"On May 21, 2014, the National Marine Fisheries Service contacted the Emergency Response Division with request for trajectory support for a stranded whale carcass"

8762,2014-05-18,90 foot pleasure craft sunk,"Anacortes, WA",48.51308,-122.60629,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,120,0,"On May 18, 2014, a 90 foot pleasure craft sank at the Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes, WA. It has a reported 120 gallons of diesel on board. It discharged a small amount when it first sank, but now has no reported discharge and has been boomed. "

8761,2014-05-16,Carpenter Bayou Spill,"Channelview, TX",29.76,-95.115,Oil,,Number 6 Fuel Oil ,,,,,,420,0,"On May 14, 2014, NOAA received notification of a No. 6 Fuel Oil spill into Carpenter Bayou at the Houston Fuel Oil Facility near Channelview, TX. The spill was reported to the NRC on 15 May 2014 (NRC Report 1082828). TGLO and USCG estimated the release to be between 5 to 10 barrels in the water. Initial actions have contained the spilled oil within Carpenters Bayou preventing migration into the Houston Ship Channel. Cause of the release was not reported, but the released oil migrated to the bayou due to an open outfall combined with a rain event. The majority (Estimated 85-90%) of the spilled oil is contained against the shoreline immediately adjacent to the dock where spill originated. "

8759,2014-05-14,F/V Devon,"Dillingham, AK",59.0306666667,-158.1945,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"At 0430 on May 14, the F/V Devon struck a rock while traveling up the Nushagak River, Alaska, puncturing a fuel tank. 2,000 gallon diesel fuel spilled into the Nushagak River, approximately 12 miles upriver from Dillingham. The remainder of the fuel was transferred to a void space on the vessel the vessel has returned to Dillingham. "

8758,2014-05-12,PDC Energy,"Beverly, OH",39.6159194444,-81.6670611111,Oil,,Drilling mud (75% synthetic oil blend),,,,,,15372,0,"On Sunday May 4, 2014, PDC Energy reported a 100 barrel spill of drilling mud (75% synthetic oil blend) into an unnamed creek near Beverly, OH which feeds into the Muskingum River, a navigable waterway. In addition to the drilling mud, an unknown amount of wet gas was also released. USEPA FOSC contacted the SSC to engage NWS forecasters as well as the River Forecast Center. No other NOAA support has been requested. "

8757,2014-05-07,Mystery Sheen,"Mississippi Canyon Block 21, LA",28.9185,-88.923,Oil,Mystery Substance,OIl,,,,,,1764,0,"On May 7, 2014, at At approximately 1:00 pm (CST) Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an unknown sheen in Mississippi Cannyon Block 61. Coast Guard overflight at 1330 (CST) identified an overall impacted area approximately 20-30 miles long and 8 miles wide from Mississippi Canyon, Block 21 to Main Pass, Block 41 in the Gulf of Mexico. US Coast Guard requested a trajectory, and, if possible, some indication as to source, based on information from the overflght."

8755,2014-05-02,CT Wastewater Spill,"Stamford, CT",41.0440666667,-73.5301833333,Other,,Sewage,,,,,,25000000,0,"On May 1, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Long Island Sound (SEC LIS) of a sewage spill from the wastewater treatment plant in Stamford, CT. The reports note that the spill began approximately 2230 Wednesday evening when water flow due to heavy rains exceeded the max capacity of the plant. The max potential sewage spill contaminated water is upwards of 25 million gallons (partially-treated sewage). Stamford City officials have cancelled marine events and posted notifications along the shore to prevent people from swimming, fishing and shell fishing. "

8756,2014-05-02,NOAA SHIP HI'IALAKAI,"Maug Islands, CNMI",20.0205555556,145.221111111,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,1,0,"On May 2, 2014, the USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC for Oceania that the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai had a small gasoline release in the Maug Islands at 0754 local time. The release was reported to be from a storage tank on board the vessel. No sheen was observed. This was a notification and no NOAA ERD science support was requested."

8753,2014-04-30,CSX Train Derailment,"Lynchburg, Virginia",37.41556,-79.1385,Oil,Railcar,Bakken Crude Oil,,,,,,25000,0,"On the afternoon of 30 April 2014, an estimated 18 cars of a CSX train, carrying Bakken crude oil, derailed in the City of Lynchburg, which caused an intense fire. The fire have been extinguished. Three of the cars fell into the James River and are laying on the bank of the river. There is an estimated 10,000 to 23,000 gallons of oil in the river, depending on how much oil was consumed in the fire. "

8751,2014-04-25,Mystery Sheen,"17 mi Off Cameron, LA",29.5172222222,-93.2222222222,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On April 25th, 2014, the USCG Marine safety Unit in Lake Charles, LA, contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a mystery sheen which was reported by Calcasieu Ship Pilots at 1400 local time. The sheen was described as being within a 5 mi radius, with the majority being patchy and silvery - dark oil being in the middle covering a 1/4 mi by 100 ft area. NOAA provided a trajectory to guide aerial survey efforts. "

8750,2014-04-16,Tug Neptune - Dann Ocean Towing,"Government Cut, Port of Miami",25.7561111111111,-80.1144444444444,Oil,Collision,Diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"On April 16, 2014, the USCG District 7 notified the NOAA SSC of a pollution incident 0.6NMi east of Government Cut near the port of Miami. The evening of April 15, the Tug Neptune reported that an on-board diesel tank had been punctured and up to 2000 gal of diesel had been discharged into the water."

8749,2014-04-15,ENSCO Modu 8506 in GOM,"112 SE of Texas City, TX",27.1566666667,-94.4966666667,Oil,Wellhead,Crude and Diesel,,,,,,701400,0,"On April 15, 2014, the USCG MSU Texas City contacted NOAA ERD to report a mobile floating drilling unit was hit by a large wave and was listing to one side. The Blowout Preventer (BOP) is shutting in the well. The MODU is 112 miles SE of Galveston Bay in the Gulf of Mexico in 4000' of water. NOAA ERD has provided on-scene weather forecast and a trajectory in the event of a discharge."

8748,2014-04-15,Grounded Barges,"Grand Tower, Illinois",37.67968,-89.51279,Oil,Grounding,LAPIO,,,,,,,0,"On April 15, 2014, the MSU Paducah (USCG) contacted NOAA ERD regarding 2 oil barges aground on the upper Mississippi River (Mile Marker 83.5) near Grand Tower, Illinois. The barges grounded on April 9, and the barges are not currently leaking, but dropping water levels have increased the stress on the barges, and the USCG is requesting support for this potential incident. Each barge is laden with 15,000 bbls of low API (non-floating) oil. "

8747,2014-04-04,Barataria Bay Waterway,"7 miles south of Lafitte, LA",29.567778,-90.044444,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil,,,,,,252,0,"On April 4, 2014, the USCG New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a release of 6 barrels (bbls) of crude oil from a 4 inch transfer line into a marsh approximately 1/4 mile east of the Barataria Bay Waterway. The responsible party has reportedly secured and flushed the line and deployed boom around the spill. Oil spill contractors are deploying to the incident to conduct cleanup operations. USCG has requested trajectory from NOAA ERD."

8746,2014-04-03,Southwest Pass Block 24,"Southwest Pass, Miss. River Delta, LA",29.140278,-89.334167,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,420,0,"On April 3, 2014, the USCG New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a reported crude oil spill that occurred near Southwest Pass on the Mississippi River Delta. Volume of release estimated to have been 7 to 10 barrels (bbls) with a maximum potential of 37 bbls. Source of the release is unknown. USCG conducted an overflight and observed a 3 nautical mile (NM) by 1 NM sheen, with moderate marsh impact. Sheen described as 50% coverage, 40% silver, 30% dark, 30% dull brown. USCG has requested trajectory. "

8743,2014-03-25,BP Whiting Refinery,"Whiting, IN",41.6727361111,-87.4422638889,Oil,,No. 12 crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 25, 2014, the USCG District 9 Command Center notified the SSC of a release of oil near the BP Whiting refinery's cooling water outfall in Whiting, IN. The USCG has requested that the SSC identify resources at risk and be on standby as additional information becomes available."

8742,2014-03-24,Honeywell International,"Hopewell, Virginia",,,Chemical,Pipeline,Methyl Ethyl Ketone,,,,,,,0,"On 24 March, 2014, the USCG Sector Hampton Roads notified the NOAA SSC about a Methyl Ethyl Ketone chemical spill from Honeywell International, Hopewell, Virginia. The release took place on 22 March and the NRC was notified on 24 March. An estimated 7900 pounds of methyl ethyl ketone spilled into the Gravelly Run Creek through a waste water outfall. Cause was reported to be a faulty control discharge valve. USCG requesting Resources at Risk and information on the chemical. "

8741,2014-03-22,"Texas City ""Y"" Incident, (ICW)","Port Bolivar, TX",29.363425,-94.797565,Oil,Collision,IFO 380 or RGM 380,1,1,,0,,168000,47,"On March 22, 2014, the USCG Sector Houston-Galveston (MSU Texas City) notified the NOAA SSC that the 585 foot bulk carrier 'M/V Summer Wind' collided with an oil tank-barge, containing 924,000 gallons of fuel oil. The tank barge was towed by the 'M/V Miss Susan' and owned by Kirby Inland Marine. The collision occurred in Galveston Bay near the Texas City dike on Saturday March 22 at approximately 12:30 p.m. The cargo of the barge, an intermediate fuel oil (RMG-380), has been spilled. The USCG has requested on-scene support from NOAA to provide trajectories, shoreline assessment, common operational picture, overflight, weather, and natural resource information services. The Texas General Land Office and other agencies are responding."

8740,2014-03-20,Arcelor Mittal Steel Mill,"Sampit River, Georgetown, SC",33.3591666667,-79.2883333333,Oil,,lube oil,,,,,,225,0,"On March 14, 2014, the USCG was notified of a release of approximately 225 gallons of lube oil from the Arcelor Mittal Steel Mill facility on the Sampit River off Winyah Bay, Georgetown, SC. The NOAA SSC was notified on March 20, 2014 and requested to assist with consultation issues and cleanup options evaluation."

8739,2014-03-19,"Southwest Pass, Abandoned Tank and Leaking Pipeline","Southwest Pass, LA",,,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 19, 2014, Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC regarding a leaking pipeline near Southwest Pass, LA., (NRC#1076793), and requested a resources at risk for the area. Currently, there is no product in the water, and what has been released is contained in a bermed area. Specific source has not yet been identified. Initially source was thought to be an abandoned tank, but now appears to be a leaking pipeline. A resources at risk analysis was prepared and provided to Coast Guard. "

8738,2014-03-17,Hydrofluoric acid (HF) release,"Mississippi River, MM 88",29.9242444444,-89.9611777778,Chemical,,Hydrofluoric acid,,,,,,,0,"On March 17, 2014, the USCG Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC with request for information on effects of an ongoing hydrofluoric acid (HF) release from a chemical facility into the Mississippi River. The facility had advised Coast Guard they were monitoring levels of 569 ppb HF in a 40-inch pipe which releases cooling water into the river."

8737,2014-03-12,USS JASON DUNHAM,"Cape Hatteras, NC",34.8833333333,-75.3333333333,Oil,,#2 Diesel Fuel ,,,,,,35000,0,"On March 12, 2014, the USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that the US Navy vessel USS JASON DUNHAM accidentally discharged approximately 35,000 gallons of #2 diesel fuel. Discharge took place on 11 March at 1800 hours. The discharge occurred approximately 22 miles offshore of Cape Hatteras. USCG Sector North Carolina has requested fate and trajectory from NOAA. "

8736,2014-03-09,West Delta Block 83 W8 flowline,"Southwest Pass Venice, Louisiana",28.956685,-89.400854,Oil,Pipeline,crude oil,1,1,,,,1260,0,"On March 9, 2014, the USCG New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC about a leaking flowline on an unmanned facility located in West Delta Block 83, between the Lower Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico about 4 miles northeast of the entrance to Southwest Pass, south of Venice, Louisiana. An estimated 15-30 barrels (bbls) of crude oil was discharged. The source was secured at 0645 on 9 MAR by shutting in the flowline. Cleanup operations are ongoing."

8734,2014-03-03,Sunken Pleasure Craft,"Off Sanibel Island, FL",26.3773666667,-82.0869,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,700,0,"On March 3, 2014, the USCG St Petersburg, FL reported that 60 foot pleasure craft (name unknown) had caught fire and sunk off Sanibel Island, FL. The vessel is in 26 feet of water and had 500-700 gallons of diesel onboard. A light sheen around the vessel has been reported. The vessel is about 3 miles south of the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. USCG requested trajectory and fates of a potential diesel spill."

8733,2014-03-01,Phenol Release,"Freeport, TX",28.935914,-95.296482,Chemical,Pipeline,,,,,,,,0,"On March 21, 2014, the USCG Marine Safety Unit Texas City contacted the NOAA SSC about a release of approximately 70,000 lbs of phenol into a retention pond. The release occurred because of a failed pipeline. The facility uses this retention pond as an intermediary holding place prior to releasing waste water into the Brazos River. USCG requested toxicity information about phenol, fate and effects, and resources at risk."

8732,2014-02-28,NaOH release,"Green Bay, WI",44.5169333333,-88.0322777778,Chemical,,Sodium hydroxide,,,,,,,0,"On February 28, 2014, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector Lake Michigan for support for a chemical release. 1,000 pounds of sodium hydroxide was reportedly released to a storm drain due to the failure of a transfer line. USCG requested information on potential cleanup strategies and chemical hazards. "

8730,2014-02-23,M/V Sealion,"Boca Raton, FL",26.33735,-79.9989333333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,650,0,"On February 23, 2014, the M/V Sealion, a 46 foot recreational vessel, sank three miles off Boca Raton, FL in 600 feet of water. The vessel had 650 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No observed pollution was reported. The SSC was contacted to provide information relative to trajectory, risks to shoreline and resources as well as oil fate."

8729,2014-02-22,Barge E2MS 303,"Mile Marker 154, Lower Mississippi River",30.0125,-90.7883333333,Oil,Collision,Bakken crude oil,1,1,,,,1050000,8,"On February 22, 2014, USCG Sector New Orleans (NOLA) contacted the NOAA SSC regarding an oil spill on the Lower Mississippi River. At approximately 15:30 Central Time, the Tank Barge E2MS 303 collided with the towboat Lindsay Ann Erickson, which was pushing grain barges and was moving out of the shipping lane and into a fleeting area. The Tank Barge was being pushed by the Towboat Hannah C. Settoon. The collision occurred at mile marker 153.7 on the Lower Mississippi River. The collision resulted in a gash in one tank, which released crude oil into the river. The tank is reported to contain Bakken crude oil. Reports of actual amount of oil discharged are not yet available. USCG requested for trajectories for both the breached tank and the full potential (25,000 barrels) of all tanks. "

8727,2014-02-21,Leaking 1 inch Pipeline,"High Isl Block 98L, TX",29.3806666667,-94.4896666667,Oil,Pipeline,,,,,,,,0,"On On February 21, 2014, the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Texas City, TX, contacted the NOAA SSC about a leaking pipeline on an abandoned platform in High Island Block 98L, about 8 miles off Bolivar Point, TX. During routine operations, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) noticed a sheen and investigated. BSEE personnel landed their helicopter on the abandoned platform to discover 50 psi pressure on the abandoned well. A 1 inch pipeline on the platform is leaking and currently causing a 3-4 mile sheen. USCG contact NOAA to request a trajectory for this incident. "

8728,2014-02-21,Vessel Fires,"La Connor, Washington",,,Oil,,Diesel or gas,,,,,,3600,0,"At approximately 10 PM on February 21, 2014 the NOAA SSC received notification from USCG Sector Puget Sound about a vessel fire that occurred in the Shelter Bay Marina in La Connor, Washington, on the Swinomish Channel that began around 5 PMT. Six pleasure craft, ranging from 45 to 62 feet, burned to the waterline. No one was hurt. There was a potential of 600 gallons of diesel or gas on each vessel. Fuel oil was observed leaking but booms were placed out quickly after the fire began and on-scene personnel believe that the fuel discharge is contained. "

8726,2014-02-20,Black Bay Mystery Sheen,"St. Bernard Parish, LA",29.5875,-89.5366666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On February 20 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans notified NOAA SSC about a Mystery Sheen in Black Bay, in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. The sheen is 3.5 miles by 300 yrds with 70 % cover of mostly rainbow sheen. Upon further investigation, a suspected source was identified, but no Responsible Party is taking ownership of the sheen. USCG has requested a hindcast (reverse trajectory) to help determine the source. "

8725,2014-02-18,S/V Chelsea adrift,"South of Point Sur, CA",36.1500166667,-121.870883333,Other,,Marine debris,,,,,,,1,"On February 18, 2014, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary staff contacted their SSC to request a drift estimate of an unmanned, 32 foot sailboat drifting 7 NM offshore and 9.5 NM South of Point Sur, CA. The occupants were safety rescued by the USCG. Plannining is on-going to locate and recover the vessel."

8724,2014-02-15,F/V Lauren Dorothy II,"Oregon Inlet, NC",36.25,-74.44,Oil,Derelict,Diesel,,,,,,1600,1,"USCG Sector North Carolina contacted SSC this evening at 2145 hours. Sector North Carolina is currently working a search and rescue case for a fishing vessel, the F/V Lauren Dorothy II, taking on water approximately 46 miles offshore of Wrightsville Beach, NC. The vessel is expected to sink in the vicinity of 36-25N 074-44W with approx 1600 gallons of diesel on board. "

8722,2014-02-13,F/V DAIKI MARU 7 grounding,"Apra Harbor, Guam",13.45,144.616666667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,5100,2,"On February 13, 2014, the USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC that a Japanese long-liner, the DAIKI MARU 7, had grounded at 1725 local time at the entrance to Apra Harbor in Guam. The vessel has an estimated 5100 gallons of diesel aboard, as well as small amounts of lube oil and hydraulic fuel. Oil has reportedly been discharged, however the exact time and amount of release are unknown at this time. USCG Sector Guam, in support of DOD, requested information on the likely oil movement and trajectory. The grounding has potential to significantly impact corals. There are sea turtles in the area and the grounding location is adjacent to a sea turtle nesting beach at the base of Spanish Steps."

8723,2014-02-12,Tarball event,"Montara, CA",37.5543333333,-122.513666667,Oil,,CA crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On February 10, 2014, the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary notified the NOAA SSC of an unusual tarball event on Montara State Beach and in Half Moon Bay but it is unknown whether the event affected a larger stretch of coastline. No oiled wildlife were seen. Hotline was created to capture and share event information."

8721,2014-02-11,Navy Bangor Spill,"Hood Canal, WA",47.7296666667,-122.742708333,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oily water,,,,,,150,0,"On February 11, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Puget Sound of a slick in the Hood Canal, near the Hood Canal bridge. The slick was eventually connected to Naval Base Kitsap, which had a spill incident on 10 Feb. The spill was initially reported as 100-150 gallons, later revised to 2000 gallons, of oily water from a failure in the transfer system on the pier on the afternoon of Feb. 10. The USCG requested weather, tides and currents. "

8720,2014-02-04,USCGC Mackinaw,"Detroit River, near Detroit , MI",42.3,-83.0861111111,Oil,,marine diesel,1,,,,,1000,0,"On February 4th, 2014, USCG Sector Detroit notified the SSC of a spill that occurred on the Detroit River near Detroit, MI. At approximately, 1215 local time, the USCGC MACKINAW released approximately 400 to 1,000 gallons of marine diesel into the Detroit River while fueling. The river had approximately 6/10 ice coverage at the time of release. Sector Detroit requested a trajectory for worst case discharge (1,000 gallons) as well as information on the possible fate of the product."

8718,2014-02-01,M/V Commander,Gallows Bay St Croix USVI,17.7666666667,-64.6966666667,Oil,Coral|Grounding,diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"About midnight on January 31, 2014, the M/V Commander, a 221 foot RO/RO (roll-on, roll-off) vessel ran aground on a reef outside the channel in Gallows Bay near Christiansted, St Croix, USVI. The vessel has 5000 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No spill has been reported. USCG is working with salvers on a plan to refloat the vessel. NOAA SSC is helping to coordinate consultation issues with DOI, USFWS, SHPO, and NMFS. NOAA is also providing initial trajectory, oil fate, and weather information."

8719,2014-02-01,Summit Dredge,"Moriches Inlet East Moriches, NY",40.7730555556,-72.7530555556,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,800,0,"On February 1st, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by the Hazmat Duty Officer of an incident in East Moriches, NY. A dredge and small fuel barge sank near the inlet. There is believed to be about 500 gallons of diesel fuel aboard the unnamed dredge and 200 gallons on the fuel barge. USCG Sector LIS personnel were on scene and a contractor was being hired. "

8717,2014-01-30,"Main Pass 25, Bison Energy","16 miles north of Venice, LA",29.4888222222,-89.3884972222,Oil,,Presumably South LA Crude,,,,,,42000,0,"On January 30th, 2014, the USCG Sector New Orleans contact the NOAA SSC about a oil spill reported in Main Pass 25 (NRC 1072522). The spill is originating from a 1,000 bbl tank on a facility. There is no known rate of discharge and the facility is attempting to secure the source. At this time, the sheen is reported to be 3 mi by 10 feet with black oil covering 0.5 mi by 5 ft (report from facility). An overflight is underway to verify these reports. Efforts are being made to deploy 1,000 ft or hard boom and 800 ft sorbant material. USCG is requesting a trajectory at this time to assist with current and future overflight operations. "

8716,2014-01-21,JO MARIE,"Brookings, OR",42.0450833333,-124.270444444,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On January 21, 2014, the USCG Sector Columbia River contacted the SSC regarding a potential diesel release. The F/V JO MARIE hit the south jetty of Brookings, OR on 20 Jan at around 9:30pm - all on board were rescued. The vessel is now sunk in ~30 feet of water, and is partially blocking the Brookings channel. There is a potential of 3000 gallons of diesel aboard, and there are small amounts of oil seen at the surface. USCG has requested a hypothetical worst case discharge, weather and tides."

8714,2014-01-15,Tug Sea Lion,"Atlantic Beach, NY",40.59,-73.57,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,9000,0,"On January 15, 2014, USCG Sector New York notified the NOAA SSC requesting a trajectory for oil leaking from the 38 foot tug ""Sea Lion."" The vessel sank in about 50 feet of water approximately 3 to 4 miles south of Atlantic Beach, NY (near East Rockaway Inlet). The crew estimated the tug had between 6,000 to 9,000 gallons of diesel on board at the time of sinking."

8713,2014-01-11,Freedom Industries MCHM release,"Elk River, Kanawha County, WV",,,Chemical,,4-methylcyclohexane methanol,,,,,,40000,0,"On January 11, 2014, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC with questions regarding water quality subsequent to a 4-methylcyclohexane methanol (MCHM) release into the Elk River near Kanawha County, WV. Because the Elk River meets with the Ohio River, USCG is concerned about water quality for large metropolitan areas downriver. "

8712,2014-01-09,Sunoco Dock 1,"Nederland, Texas",30.0085722222,-93.9850305556,Oil,,Bunker oil and/or crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On January 9, 2014, the USCG contacted NOAA SSC about an oil spill in Nederland, Texas which occurred on January 6, 2014. The USCG has requested a hindcast (reverse-trajectory) to help determine if a relationship exists between oil discovered at the Sunoco Oil Dock 1 and a report of shoreline oiling on January 8, 2014 at a marina on Pleasure Island. "

8707,2014-01-07,LIS Cable Oil Spill,Long Island Sound,40.86825,-73.6795555556,Oil,,Low viscosity cable oil,1,0,,,,8000,0,"On January, 7 2014 the SSC was notified by USCG Sector NY of an oil spill in Long Island Sound originating from a leak in a four inch thick underwater power transmission line. The cable runs from Hempstead Harbor to New Rochelle, NY. The leak rate of the low viscosity cable oil is estimated at one to five gallons per hour. The USCG, NYS DEC, and NY Power Authority are monitoring the situation. Most recent reports indicate no shoreline contamination."

8706,2013-12-27,Pipeline Spill (minor - contained),"Barataria Bay, LA",29.5825,-90.2316666667,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,1,,,,84,0,"On December 27, 2013, the Coast Guard notified the NOAA SSC of a small crude oil spill in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. A faulty valve on a pipeline resulted in the release of approximately 2 barrels of crude oil into a marshy containment area surrounding a pigging station. Some of the product had been drawn into the adjacent waterway by tidal action, staining the wrack line and filling the rip-rap. Clean-up activities are underway and expected to continue through Dec 28. "

8705,2013-12-23,"UTV Alex D, Barge Collision","ICW, mile maker 341, TX",,,Oil,Collision,Calcium chloride (CaCl2) 25 % solution,,,,,,,0,"On December 23, 2013, USCG notified the NOAA Emergency Response Division of a barge accident near Texas City, TX. The Tug LAKES CHARLES, pushing two barges, collided with the Tug ALEX D, pushing 3 barges. The incident occurred approximately 22 miles west of the High Island bridge on the Intracoastal Waterway. Two barges were damaged. A barge containing Calcium Chloride solution was successfully lightered on Dec 24th, with no release of product. A double-hulled barge carrying crude oil was also damaged but mo crude oil was released. "

8704,2013-12-20,SV Tiffany,"Cape May, NJ",38.9391666667,-74.8633333333,Oil,Grounding,Diesel fuel,0,0,,,,250,0,"On December 20, 2014, the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Delaware Bay that the sailing vessel Tiffany (a 47 foot sailboat) had run aground on the Atlantic Ocean jetty near the entrance to the Cape May Canal. The owner reported that the sailboat has 250 gallons of diesel fuel aboard. The location of the grounding is adjacent to the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge. "

8703,2013-12-19,Empty Life Raft Adrift,"Off Central Coast, CA",36.3416666667,-122.018333333,Other,,Marine debris,,,,,,,0,"On December 16, 2013, the M/V TRIUMPHANT reported the inadvertent loss of a 100-person life raft overboard. The raft automatically inflated and deployed a drogue anchor at the initial release location, approximately 6NM WNW of Point Sur, CA. The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary requested a drift estimate of the raft to assist in recovering the life raft before it sinks or causes shoreline or other impacts."

8702,2013-12-16,M/V PING DA 7 Grounding,"Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia",,,Oil,Coral|Grounding,"IFO 180, MGO, Lube oil",,,,,,,0,"On December 19, 2013, the USCG District 14 contacted the NOAA SSC for Oceania to request a trajectory analysis for potential release of oil from a refrigerated fish carrier, the PING DA 7, which grounded the prior week on a fringing reef on the north side of Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). USCG D14 has been monitoring the status of the Pohnpei State/FSM government response to the Chinese-owned, Kiribati-flagged vessel, although to date there has been no request for USCG assistance. The vessel is reportedly carrying 75 metric tonnes of IFO 180, 75 metric tonnes of Marine Gas Oil, and 8 metric tonnes of lube oil. "

8701,2013-12-15,F/V Nat,"Newport, OR",44.612047,-124.070536,Oil,Collision,Diesel,,,,,,600,0,"On 15 December 2013, the NW SSC was alerted by Sector Columbia River of the F/V Nat that sunk south of the South Jetty for the entrance to Newport, OR at approximately 1900 14 December 2013. There is currently no discharge, but there is a potential of 600 gallons of diesel. Salvage crews will be removing the fuel on 12/15, and vessel salvage operations will begin at some point in the near future. The USCG has asked the SSC for a worst case discharge trajectory, fate of potential release, and for notifications to the state and federal natural resource trustees "

8699,2013-12-12,Gambell Oiled Birds,"Gambell, Alaska",63.68481,-170.526351,Other,,unknown oil,,,,,,,0,"On December 10, 2013, the Alaska SSC was notified of two oiled gulls (Glaucous Gulls) found by a hunter 12 miles east of Gambell, AK. One carcass was recovered and has been shipped to the USGS National Wildlife Health Center for necropsy and further analysis. Preliminary examination of the carcass indicates the presence of oil on the belly portion of the bird. Sector Anchorage has been working Air Station and MSD Kodiak to conduct over flight to look for spill source. At request of USCG, SSC provided current ice image for the St Lawrence Island vicinity."

8698,2013-12-11,Mystery Sheen offshore Calcasieu Pass ,"25 miles south of Calcasieu Pass, LA",29.323625,-93.294167,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,0,"On December 11, 2013, USCG (MSU Port Arthur) contacted the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator about a 1.5 mile by 0.75 mile mystery oil slick located approximately 25 miles south of Calcasieu Pass, LA. No known source of the release was reported. The release was reported at 1500 on 11 Dec 2013 by an overflight from a supply aircraft in the vicinity (NRC Report 1068237). Spill trajectory information was requested and has been provided by NOAA Emergency Response Division. An overflight is scheduled for the morning of 12 DEC 2013. "

8696,2013-12-10,M/V Sun Right,"40 nm NW of Akutan Island, AK",54.637287,-167.209167,Oil,,Various petroleum products,,,,,,,0,"On December 10, 2013, the Alaska SSC was notified that the M/V SUN RIGHT, a 960-ft container vessel under Philippine Flag, was disabled and adrift with a closest point of land of 40NM NW of Akutan Island. The engine casualty is a damaged cylinder liner and the crew is currently conducting repairs. CG has put the SUN RIGHT on a two-hour comm sked and has requested a copy of the crew manifest, cargo manifest and total amount of petroleum product onboard.The vessel was later able to conduct repairs."

8695,2013-12-06,Florida Power and Light Chlorine release,Cocoa Beach FL,,,Chemical,,Sodium hypochlorite and chlorine,,,,,,9000,0,"On December 6, 2013, the NOAA SSC was notified of a multiday release of 9000 gallons of 12 percent sodium hypochlorite and 88 percent chlorine from a tank at the Florida Power and Light power facility at Cocoa Beach, FL. The release was over an 11 day period into an adjacent lagoon which is part of the Indian River (Intercoastal). USCG reported the release to NOAA after the source was secured on 5 December 2013. No fish kills or other impacts were observed or reported in the vicinity."

8694,2013-12-05,Potential ConRail Chemical Incident,"Carteret, NJ",40.5970166667,-74.231725,Chemical,,Vinyl Acetate,,,,,,,0,"On December 5, 2013 the USCG Sector New York was notified of a damaged railcar in Carteret, NJ (near the NJ Turnpike). A response team was dispatched to the scene. Upon arrival they were informed that the railcar contained about 25,000 pounds of Vinyl Acetate, it had external structural damage, but the inner wall was not compromised. At 0530 the USCG notified the NOAA SSC and requested information on the product and potential isolation distances. "

8693,2013-11-26,UTV STEPHEN L COLBY,"Mississippi River, MM 497",41.5814,-90.3620416667,Oil,,Diesel oil and lube oil,,,,,,99000,0,"On November 26, 2013, the USCG Sector Upper Mississippi River contacted the SSC for a Worst Case Discharge trajectory for the UTV STEPHEN L COLBY, a 144ft tug. On November 25, 2013, the vessel struck a submerged object and sank near Le Claire, IA. All vents have been plugged though the ship is actively sheening. It contains 89,000 gallons of diesel and 11,000 gallons of lube oil. USCG has requested a NOAA trajectory and ADIOS model. "

8692,2013-11-22,Saratoga Resources Main Pass 25 ,"Breton Sound, Louisiana",29.5298,-89.4068333333,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,630,0,"On November 22, 2013, the NOAA SSC received a call from USCG Sector New Orleans Incident Management Division reporting release of approximately 15 barrels (632 gallons) of crude oil from an onshore platform in Breton Sound approximately 14 miles west-northwest of Breton Island, Louisiana. The release has been secured. A sheen approximately 5 miles long and 1/8th of a mile wide was reportedly observed from the platform. USCG is requesting a trajectory from NOAA at this time to determine potential shoreline and resource impacts."

8691,2013-11-18,M/V CSL Niagara,"Lk Erie, approach to Sandusky Bay, OH",41.5043333333,-82.6683333333,Oil,Grounding,IFO 60 and diesel fuel,,,,,,,0,"On November 18, 2013, the M/V CSL Niagara grounded while approaching Sandusky Bay, OH. Severe storms caused a seiche in Lake Erie. The National Weather Service Detroit predicted a 7.5 ft drop in water levels for western Lake Erie. No discharge was reported but USCG requested a precautionary worst case discharge trajectory for instantaneous release of 145.46 metric tons of IFO 60 and 47.69 metric tons of diesel fuel The MSU also requested a prediction when water level will return to normal to refloat the vessel."

8690,2013-11-14,M/V Windmere,"Pt, Judith, RI",41.3555,-71.4848333333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,5000,0,"On November 14, 2013, the USCG notified the New England SSC that the yacht ""Windmere"" had reported an engine room fire and was anchored approximately 1/2 to 1 mile south of the Point Judith, RI harbor entrance. Fuel capacity is reported as 5,000 gallons with 2,200 gallons on board. No release was reported, but USCG requested oil fate projections as a precaution. "

8687,2013-11-12,Mystery Sheen,"Quarantine Bay, LA",29.46685,-89.51515,Oil,Mystery Substance,Crude Oil,,,,,,200,0,"On November 12, 2013, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen reported in Quarantine Bay, 8 miles north of Buras, LA. The sheen appears to be from a pipeline near a decommissioned platform. The overflight estimated that 200 gallons of crude oil is on the surface, creating a sheen of 3 miles by 3/4 miles. USCG is requesting a trajectory from NOAA at this time to determine potential shoreline and resource impacts. "

8686,2013-11-11,Train derailment,"Aliceville, Alabama",,,Oil,Railcar,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"Early on Friday November 8, 2013, a 90 car unit train carrying crude oil enroute from Amory, Mississippi to Walnut Hill, Florida derailed near Aliceville, Al. Twenty six (26) tanker cars filled with crude oil derailed into a wetland slough at the head waters of on a tributary of Lubbub Creek. Lubbub Creek discharges into the Tombigbee River. Shortly after the derailment the rail cars began discharging oil and then caught fire. "

8688,2013-11-09,F/V Alaska Mist,"IVO Amak Isl Aleutian Isls, AK",55.39,-163.14,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,50000,0,"On November 9, 2013, The NOAA Alaska SSC was notified by USCG Sector Anchorage that the 110-ft F/V Alaska Mist, 25 NM NW of Amak Island in the Aleutians, with 22 POB, that it had shut down its engine to trouble shoot a leak on its reduction gear. Shortly afterward, it reported losing control of engine pitch and unable to maneuver. The USCG requested Spot Weather Forecasts every 6 hours for this vessel. The vessel was later successfully towed to Dutch Harbor, AK."

8685,2013-11-04,F/V Cheyenne,"32 miles WSW of Naples, FL",25.955,-82.29,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,800,0,"On November 4, 2013, the USCG Sector St. Petersburg notified the NOAA SSC that a 68-foot commercial shrimper, the F/V Cheyenne sunk offshore 32 miles west-southwest of Naples, FL. The vessel is reported to have 800 gallons of diesel fuel on board. The crew was rescued by the USCG but the vessel could not be located. "

8684,2013-11-02,F/V Arctic Hunter,"Unalaska Bay, Dutch Harbor, Alaska",53.9338333333,-166.4405,Oil,Grounding,"diesel, hydraulic fluid, lube oil",0,0,,,0,15000,0,"On November 1, 2013 the USCG MSD Dutch Harbor notified the NOAA Alaska SSC the F/V Arctic Hunter grounded in Unalaska Bay, approximately 6 nautical miles from Dutch Harbor. The vessel is taking on water and an estimated 15,000 gallons diesel fuel is onboard. The crew safely abandoned the vessel and were rescued by the crews of F/V Bristol and F/V Saga."

8683,2013-10-31,Texas Petroleum Investment Company (TPIC) Wellhead Leak,"Mississippi Delta, LA",29.2886111111,-89.2305555556,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,1,1,,,,210,0,"On October 31, 2013 the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator regarding a discharge of crude oil from the Romere Pass 59 well. An estimated 3-5 barrels was released within the Delta National Wildlife Refuge. The leaked was contained by shutting down the wellhead at the surface."

8680,2013-10-26,F/V Terra Nova,"Rockport, MA",42.6883333333,-70.5166666667,Oil,Collision,Diesel,,,,,,2000,0,"On October 26, 2013, the USCG Sector Boston notified the NOAA SSC of a fishing boat sinking approximately 4 miles east of Rockport, MA. All hands on board were recovered, though hospitalized. Initial reports, 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board."

8679,2013-10-24,High Island Block 536 Platform C,"80 miles SE of Freeport, TX (offshore)",28.0515,-94.4501666667,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,680,0,"On October 24, 2013, USCG contacted NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator about a discharge from an offshore oil platform located approximately 80 miles SE of Freeport, Texas. The incident was reported as a release of approximately 680 gallons of crude oil from a failure on a sump pump. Description of sheen was 5 miles by 600 feet. Spill trajectory information has been provided by NOAA Emergency Response Division. "

8826,2013-10-23,Algal Bloom Pago Pago harbor,American Samoa ,-14.2733333333,-170.684166667,Other,,Hazardous algal bloom,,,,,,,0,"On Oct 23, 2013, the NOAA SSC was notified of a bloom in the harbor in American Samoa resulting in dead turtles and fish being reported. The cause of the bloom could not be identified."

8677,2013-10-22,Grand Bay Tank Battery #1,"Approximate 5 miles NE of Venice, LA",29.3180555556,-89.2925,Oil,,crude oil,1,,,,,210,0,"On October 22, 2013, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a pin hole leak and resulting crude oil release from the dump line associated with the Grand Bay Tank Battery #1 (approximately 5 miles NE of Venice, LA). Reportedly 1 barrel of crude oil was released creating a 45 yard by 15 foot dark black sheen. The associated production well has been shut in and the release reportedly secured."

8678,2013-10-22,Polymer-Based Drilling Fluid Spill,"Tacoma, WA",,,Other,,high molecular weight copolymer (acrylate/acrylamide),,,,,,21000,0,"USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC of a spill of polymer-based drilling fluid into the Hylebos Waterway in Tacoma, Washington on October 21, 2013. The discharge reportedly resulted from an open valve on a barge that grounded at midnight on Monday. "

8675,2013-10-22,R/V After Hours,"24 NM offshore Tampa, FL",25.6166666667,-82.045,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On October 22, 2013, the USCG Sector Tampa notified the NOAA SSC that the 39 foot recreational boat, After Hours, sank overnight 24 NM offshore Tampa, FL in 54 feet of water with 400 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. No release has been observed or reported. Sector Tampa consulted with the NOAA SSC regarding oil fates, trajectory, and resource concerns. "

8676,2013-10-22,T/V Christine Alexis,"Mississippi River MM98 (New Orleans, LA)",29.9168333333,-90.0858333333,Oil,,"diesel, petroleum lubricants",1,,,,,20000,0,"On October 22, 2013, the NOAA SSC was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans regarding a 61 ft towing vessel, ""Christine Alexis,"" reported to be overturned and resting on bottom near Mississippi River MM 98 (adjacent LA Ave. Wharf, New Orleans, LA). Reported 20,000 gallons of total petroleum liquids including 15,000 gal of diesel onboard. Approximate 10 ft by 5 ft reddish sheen reported in vicinity of vessel, 3 ft by 50 yard rainbow sheen and 1.5 mile by 50 yard light silver sheen downstream. NOAA Emergency Response Division providing oil trajectory and effects analysis. "

8673,2013-10-16,Mystery sheen,"10 miles SE of San Clemente Island, CA",32.77285,-118.184666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oil,,,,,,,0,"At 1800 PDT on 16 Oct 2013, USCG contacted NOAA Emergency Response Division about a mystery sheen reported at 1630 PDT. The description was 1 mile by 100 yards with patches of black and brown oil. "

8672,2013-10-11,Mystery Sheen,"Breton Sound, LA",29.5677777778,-89.0683333333,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On October 11, 2013 the USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator about a mystery sheen in Breton Sound. A good samaritan who was flying over Breton Sound reported the sheen to the USCG at 11:30 CT. The sheen is described as 1 mile by 5 mile of which 10% is black oil. "

8670,2013-10-10,46 Foot Fishing Boat,"Muskeget Channel, MA",41.381317,-70.431633,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,135,0,"At 1000ET on 10 Oct 2013, USCG contacted NOAA Emergency Response Division about a 46ft wooden fishing boat aground on Wasque Shoal in Muskeget Channel, MA near Martha's Vineyard. The vessel's anchor failed overnight and grounded this morning. The vessel is listing in 3 feet of water and fuel vents have been plugged."

8671,2013-10-10,Calumet River release,"Calumet River, Il",41.81,-87.33,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On October 10, 2013 the USCG Marine Safety Unit Chicago notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a diesel spill. Approximately 750-1000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled into the Calumet River during a fuel transfer to a tugboat. "

8668,2013-10-02,Sunk Tug Chickamauga,"Eagle Harbor, WA",47.6211166667,-122.5212,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted the NOAA SSC at approximately 1315 PDT on 2 Oct. 2013 regarding the sunken historic wood tug Chickamauga. The tug sunk at the Eagle Harbor Marina on Bainbridge Island, WA. The local fire department contained all observable sheen."

8664,2013-09-19,"Sulfuric Acid, Mile Marker 169","Ascension, LA",30.12382,-90.92029,Chemical,,Sulfuric Acid,,,,,,,0,"On 18SEP, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a release of Sulfuric Acid near Mississippi River mile marker 169, about 73 river miles upstream of New Orleans. The release was 1200 pounds which leaked out over a 1 hour period. The source is now secure and personnel are investigating the matter. USCG is requesting fate and effect report from NOAA. "

8663,2013-09-16,T/B Casablanca,Staten Island NY,40.6419444444,-74.165,Oil,,#6 oil,1,1,,,,6000,0,"On Friday 13 September 2013 at about 0900, USCG Sector NY received a notification from NRC of a spill of an unknown amount of No. 6 oil from a tank on the barge CASABLANCA at the Kirby Facility in Staten Island due to a possible valve failure. Initial cause of the spill was attributed to a clogged stem while transferring product between tanks. During transfer, the stem clogged allowing the product to spill from the tank into the water for approximately 15 minutes. "

8662,2013-09-13,F/V IL SIN HO,"Tinian Island, CNMI",14.96469,145.62436,Oil,Coral|Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"On September 13, 2013, USCG District 14 notified the SSC for the Pacific Islands that two 60-foot fishing vessels had grounded on Tinian Island. Both vessels grounded along the south shore of Kammer Reef, just south of Tinian’s Harbor. USCG Sector Guam, CNMI Department of Public Safety, and CNMI DEQ are responding. One vessel has already been safely refloated. The vessel remaining aground, the IL SIN HO, is reported to have an unspecified quantity of fuel and oily bilge water onboard. The responsible party has taken responsibility and is putting together a fuel removal and salvage plan for submission to USCG Sector Guam for review and approval. NOAA NMFS coral and restoration experts are engaged with the response and providing guidance to minimize damage to coral during salvage operations."

8659,2013-09-10,Molasses Spill,"Honolulu Harbor, HI",21.311597,-157.877484,Other,,molasses,,,,,,,0,"On September 10, 2013, the HI Department of Health contacted the NOAA SSC to request trajectory and fate support for a molasses spill in Honolulu Harbor, Hawaii. The Matson Shipping Company reported losing approximately 1400 tons, or an estimated 224,000 gallons, of molasses at about 1800 local time on Sunday, September 8. "

8658,2013-09-06,F/V ANDRIANNA aground,"Outside Grays Harbor, WA",46.9013888889,-124.134444444,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,1200,0,"At approximately 0915 on 6 September 2013 USCG Sector Columbia River contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the 55 ft. F/V ANDRIANNA aground 1/3 mile south of the southern breakwater at the entrance to Grays Harbor, WA. Potential release of 1200 gallons of diesel, however, no release has yet been reported. All crew are safe. USCG requested trajectory and fate support. "

8657,2013-09-05,F/V SEA BREAKER sunk,"Pt. Roberts, WA",48.9421666667,-122.993,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"At approximately 1630 PDT on 5 September 2013 USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the sunken 50 foot fishing vessel SEA BREAKER, ~2 NM SE of Pt. Roberts, WA. There is a potential of 1000 gallons of diesel on board the vessel. There is no sheen at this time. USCG is requesting a worst case discharge trajectory scenario, along with the weather, tides and current information."

8656,2013-09-04,S/V Perd Pas Le Nord,"Peard Bay, North Slope, Alaska",70.8568333333,-158.690666667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On September 4, 2013, USCG Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA SSC that the Sailing Vessel S/V Perd Pas Le Nord was soft aground on a shoal in Peard Bay, Alaska, approximately 30 miles NE of Wainwright or 40 miles SW of Barrow, Alaska. The vessel has 200 gallons of diesel on board. The owner is currently working to facilitate removing the steel-hulled vessel from the shoal. "

8653,2013-08-28,Mystery Tar Balls,"Cape Canaveral, FL",28.289781,-80.607366,Oil,Mystery Substance,Tar Balls,,,,,,,0,"On August 27, 2013, USCG reported that tarballs from an unknown source began showing up on shore near Cape Canaveral, FL along 12-15 miles of the National Seashore early on 27 August, 2013. NOAA was asked to evaluate possible source locations. USCG is investigating and responding to the incident."

8654,2013-08-28,PBF Energy,"Delaware City, DE",39.5777777778,-75.5888888889,Oil,,#2 fuel oil,1,0,,,,10,0,"On August 28, 2013 the PBF Energy facility in Delaware City, DE, had a #2 fuel oil release from a storage tank. Approximately 1 barrel of oil escaped secondary containment and reached the Delaware River. The RP had deployed boom and requested skimmers from the Delaware Bay and River Coop to help protect local shorelines and recover the product. The cause of the release is still under investigation."

8651,2013-08-22,Mystery Spill-W Cameron Blk 110,"Gulf of Mexico south of Port Arthur, TX",29.5071666667,-93.3665,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oil or Biological material (algal bloom),,,,,,420,0,"On August 22,2013 the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Port Arthur, TX contacted the NOAA SSC to request a trajectory for a reported oil slick 15 miles south-southeast of the Calcasieu River Pass. It is not clear at this time if the material of the reported slick is actual oil or biological substance."

8650,2013-08-21,"21 foot bayliner, grounded","Sekiu River mouth, WA",48.2879916667,-124.395580556,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline,,,,,,,0,"On August 21, 2013 the USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC of a grounded 21 foot bayliner vessel at the mouth of Sekiu River, WA. The vessel grounded in fog at approximately 7:00pm/PDT on August 20, 2013. The USCG requested information on environmental sensitivities in the area. There is no fuel leaking from the vessel at this time. "

8645,2013-08-14,Tug Doris Moran / Barge Alexandra,"Buzzards Bay, MA",41.6091472222,-70.7926138889,Other,Collision,Cement (dry),,,,,,,0,"At approximately 1130 PM EDT on Aug. 13, 2013, the tug ""Doris Moran"" lost power and it's tow, the barge ""Alexandra,"" colliding with it in Buzzards Bay Massachusetts. The barge was carrying 6,000 tons of cement powder. There were no reports significant damage or pollution from the tug, but the barge was taking on water. USCG is on-scene and salvage efforts are underway. The NOAA scientific support coordinator is consulting with the USCG."

8643,2013-08-08,Cessna 150 Plane Crash,"near Isla Morada, FL",25.3,-80.3,Oil,Search + Rescue,Aviation gas ,,,,,,26,0,"On 8 August 2013, USCG Sector Key West contacted NOAA ERD regarding a small plane crash approximately 1.4 miles off Isla Morada, FL (25-18N 80-18W). The plane crashed at approximately 1630 local time and had an estimated fuel capacity of 26 gallons of 80/87 Octane fuel. The USCG requested fate and trajectory of the fuel."

8639,2013-07-29,Feeling Free,"Woods Hole, MA",41.5147222222,-70.6733333333,Oil,Grounding,Diesel fuel,,,,,,5500,0,"On 29 July, 2013, the luxury yacht ""Feeling Free"" (112 foot, 203 gross tons) grounded in Woods Hole passage, MA. She has a fuel capacity of 5500 gallons of diesel and reports 3123 gallons on board. No pollution is reported. USCG crews are en-route. Salvage options are being considered. NOAA is examining resources at risk in the area and providing telephone support to the Coast Guard."

8641,2013-07-28,Hilcorp Energy at Texaco Canal 28Jul13,"South of Lafitte, LA",29.5833333333,-90.0666666667,Oil,Pipeline,LA Crude Oil,,,,,,2100,0,"On 28 July 2013, USCG was notified of a minor oil spill in the Mississippi R. delta just south of Lafitte, LA. A pinhole leak at a small production facility allowed a section of 2 1/2"" flow line to discharge an unknown amount of crude oil, but a maximum potential for the spill was 40 to 50 BBL. The source is secured and cleanup had been started as of the afternoon of 28 July. "

8638,2013-07-23,Jack Up Rig Hercules 265,"40 NM south of Timbalier Bay, LA",28.3841666667,-90.5288888889,Oil,Wellhead,Natural Gas Condensate,,,,,,7056,0,"On July 23, 2013, NOAA ERD was notified of a well blowout & evacuation of personnel from the rig Hercules 265. This jackup rig is located 40NM south of Timbalier Bay, LA in South Timbalier Block 220. The well is predominantly natural gas, no report of sheen currently from USCG overflight, worst case discharge is 118 bbls of liquid/day (gas+oil+condensate). "

8637,2013-07-19,"Apollo Energy,Johnson Bayou LA-19Jul13","Johnson Bayou, LA between Port Arthur and Calcasieu R.",29.8252777778,-93.625,Oil,,LA crude,,,,,,420,0,"On 19 July, 2013, the USCG notified the District 8 NOAA SSC of a 10BBL LA crude discharge from a production platform in the marshes near Johnson Bayou, LA. Discharge has been secured and booming and cleanup has been started. USCG requested support for where the oil may go and any weather that might affect its movement."

8635,2013-07-16,Mystery Sheen,"Merrimack River, MA",42.8133333333,-70.8666666667,Oil,,Most likely diesel,,,,,,,0,"At approximately 0820 on 16 July 2013 USCG Sector Boston alerted the NOAA Emergency Response Division of a mystery sheen starting near Newburyport on the Merrimack River and extending toward Plum Island, the size about 1 by 1.5 miles. USCG requested information on sensitive resources in the area."

8636,2013-07-16,"South Pass, LA 16Jul13","South Pass of the Mississippi R delta, LA",29.0569444444,-89.3061111111,Oil,Pipeline,S. LA crude,,,,,,30,0,"USCG Sector New Orleans called the NOAA SSC just for notification to NOAA of an ongoing underground pipeline leak in the marshes near South Pass. This is the NRC notification #1054036, and the volume was reported as 22 gal of crude. "

8634,2013-07-14,"Taylor Energy Platform ""Saratoga""",Gulf of Mexico off Mississippi River Delta,28.936,-88.9688333333,Oil,,South LA Sweet Crude,,,,,,,0,"On 14 July 2013, the USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC requesting trajectory support for a reported crude oil discharge from the Platform ""Saratoga"" that was destroyed during Hurricane Ivan in 2004. A sheen 2mi x 200' of varying colors was reported in lease block Mississippi Canyon 20A. The NRC report number is 1053820."

8629,2013-07-10,Running Free,"Marthas Vineyard, MA",41.3303333333,-70.4833333333,Other,Grounding,,,,,,,,0,"On 10 July, 2013, USCG Sector SE New England contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the 36' sailing boat ""Running Free"" that grounded on Marthas Vineyard, MA after being abandoned at sea in early May off Bermuda. While the vessel was not a pollution hazard, it grounded near an active colony of nesting roseate terns (state & federally endangered species). "

8627,2013-07-09,Wellhead Release,"Ship Shoal Block 225, GOM, Louisiana",28.4666666667,-91.3166666667,Oil,Wellhead,Crude Oil,,,,,,,0,"On 9 July 2013, the USCG Morgan City Marine Safety Unit contacted the NOAA SSC requesting trajectory support for an uncontrolled release from a wellhead located in Louisiana’s Ship Shoal Block 225, approximately 45 miles offshore. Natural gas and crude oil was reported as being released from the wellhead. Rainbow sheen is reported as 5 miles by ¼ miles. NOAA is currently providing scientific and weather support to the USCG."

8625,2013-07-06,FV Naknek Spirit,"Poe Bay, Passage Canal, PWS, AK",60.8297,-148.516816667,Oil,Grounding,"diesel, gasoline, lube oil, hydraulic fluid",,,,,,11775,0,"On July 6, 2013 the USCG Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA SSC of the FV Naknek Spirit grounding in Poe Bay, Prince William Sound. The 104 foot long fishing processor spilled an estimated 500 gallons of diesel and sheening has been reported. There was 10,000 gallons of diesel, 1200 gallons of gasoline, 75 gallons lube oil, and 100 gallons of hydraulic fluid on board. The Responsible Party has assumed full control and responsibility for the incident. All remaining fuel has been pumped into other tanks on the vessel. USCG estimates the vessel may float free at next high tide. USCG on scene and resource agencies have been notified. In fact, the vessel did float free on the next high tide, and motored via its own power back to Whittier. Case closed"

8621,2013-07-01,Sunken Vessel,"Entrance to St Mary's River, MI",46.4737888889,-84.579525,Oil,,diesel and small amount of lube oil,,,,,,200,0,"At 0550 (local) on 01JULY2013, the SSC was notified by USCG Sector Sault Ste. Marie of an incident on the St. Mary's River in Michigan. A vessel towing three barges and an unmanned, unlit tugboat was transiting from Gros Cap, Ontario headed down river. At approximately 0326, the vessel pulled into Waiska Bay, MI to shorten its tow when it discovered the tug was missing. The towing vessel turned around to look for the tug and found a life ring from the tug and odor of diesel near the ""35"" ATON. The presumably sunken vessel was carrying approximately 200 gallons of diesel and 15 gallons of lube oil. USCG requested that NOAA provide information regarding the threat posed by the products aboard as well as a trajectory and information on the fate of the products."

8617,2013-06-25,Antilles Gas Propane leak,"Christianstead, St Croix, USVI",17.7471998333,-64.7052998333,Chemical,,propane,,,,,,2100,0,"USCG in St Croix reported that a propane truck parked at the Hotel Holger Dansk in downtown Christianstead, St Croix has been leaking propane since 0700 yesterday (24 Jun). EPA is enrourte for air monitoring. USCG has set a 1/2 mile safety zone perimeter. NOAA has passed ERG safety guidance and is conducting further assessment with air modeling."

8616,2013-06-23,"aircraft crash Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico","near shoreline at Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico",18.4736666667,-66.2501666667,Oil,Search + Rescue,100 octane avgas,,,,,,30,0,"small single engine aircraft crashed near shoreline early afternoon 23 June 2013 at Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico. Reported fuel onboard was 30 gallons of 100 octane avgas. PRDNER reports plane is on a reef and pilot was taken to hospital. USCG investigators are enroute to scene. NMFS, PRDNER and USFWS have been notified."

8614,2013-06-18,Mystery Spill,"Michigan City, IN",41.6844805556,-87.00485,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"On 17 June 2013 at approximately 2220 EDT the NOAA SSC was contacted by the USCG Sector Lake Michigan for an incident near Michigan City, IN. Citizens had reported what appeared to be a sheen or dark slick in the near shore waters of Lake Michigan. As a precaution, local officials closed beaches to swimming. USCG requested NOAA to analyze photos from the incident to try to visually determine if it might be oil. Investigations are ongoing to try to determine the nature of the material."

8613,2013-06-13,Williams Olefin Chemical Plant,"Geismar, LA",30.2339472222,-91.0534722222,Chemical,,ethylene (and possibly other HAZMAT),,,,,,,0,"On 13 June 2013 at approximately 1030 CDT the NOAA SSC was contacted by the USCG regarding the Williams Companies Inc. plant fire and explosion in the Ascension Parish town of Geismar, LA. The fire and explosion happened on Thursday morning at the plant, which has been reported as producing ethylene and polymer grade propylene. Currently the USCG is requesting weather and plume modeling from NOAA."

8609,2013-06-11,BBC Arizona,"Valdez, AK",61.1166666666667,-146.266666666667,Oil,,transformer oil,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Anchorage has notified NOAA ERD that the cargo vessel BBC Arizona at the container terminal in Valdez, AK has up to 7 cargo containers leaking due to damage from transit in rough seas. The containers may contain up to 6000 gallons of transformer oil. Currently, all leaks are contained on the vessel. No SSC support has been requested at this time. NOAA National Weather Service has been providing weather forecasts for the response."

8661,2013-06-11,M/V Fernstream wreck project,"San Francisco Bay, CA",37.8199888889,-122.459044444,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,798000,0,"On the morning of December 11, 1952, the diesel-powered general cargo ship M/V FERNSTREAM sank approximately 1 NM East of the Gold Gate Bridge after being involved in a collision with the SS HAWAIIAN RANCHER. At the time, she was headed to Manila, Philippines and loaded with 3,000 tons of soybeans, general cargo and an estimated 12,500-19,000 bbls of diesel fuel. The FERNSTREAM is one of four potentially polluting shipwrecks described in NOAA’s RULET (Remediation of Underwater Legacy Environmental Threats) risk assessments for the waters off California (USCG District 11). Because it is not yet clear whether substantial amounts of the ship’s bunkers may remain aboard the FERNSTREAM, a USCG Sector San Francisco-led Taskforce is considering the potential pollution risks of the ship based on initially available data and subsequent investigative efforts. This Hotline has been created primarily as an archive for NOAA’s support of the Taskforce activities."

8607,2013-06-04,F/V Neahkanie,"Whidbey Island, WA",48.085,-122.61,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,7000,0,"USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA NWRRT representative and NOAA SSC that the F/V Neahkanie ran aground early this morning, 4 June 2013, north of Lagoon Point on Whidbey Island in Washington. No fuel has been released from the 97-foot long vessel and USCG indicated the risk of release is low. The potential aboard the vessel is 5000-7000 gallons of diesel. USCG has requested a trajectory for a worst-case scenario discharge of 7000 gallons of diesel and the weather forecast."

8608,2013-06-04,Pacific Coast Seafood Company,"Warrenton, Oregon",46.1677333333333,-123.922158333333,Chemical,,anhydrous ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On Tuesday, June 4, 2013, the NOAA Emergency Response Division was notified of a large fire at the Pacific Coast Seafood Company facility in Warrenton, OR. The facility contains multiple tanks of anhydrous ammonia, some which may be exposed to the fire. The NOAA SSC has been requested to model potential ammonia releases. "

8606,2013-06-02,M/V Matthew I,"83 NM South of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico",16.7166666667,-65.3833333333,Oil,,"diesel, other oil and containers",,,,,,9250,0,"USCG reported that on 02 June 2013 that a 187 foot cargo freighter, the Matthew I burned, capsized and sank 83 nm south of Vieques, Puerto Rico at position 16-43N 065-23 W. There was reportedly 35,000 liters of diesel and 40 liters of other oil on board as well as containers. No information was available for the contents of the containers. USCG reported no pollution was reported or observed at the site. NOAA was asked to provide a trajectory for any release that might occur. Case is closed now and CG is not responding."

8605,2013-05-31,F/V Georgia Girl,SE of Tybee Island Georgia,31.895,-80.8566666667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,300,0,Fishing Vessel sank 4 miles off south end of Tybee Island with 300 gallons of diesel im 30 feet of water. Coast Guard called to notify NOAA and inquire if there were any sensitive resources in the vicinity that would cause concern.

8601,2013-05-20,"ARCTIC STORM fire, potential spill","32 mile west of Grays Harbor, WA",46.8546722222,-124.922888889,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,188000,0,"On 20 May 2013 at 1700 PDT the NOAA SSC received a call from Sector Columbia River regarding the 324 foot fish processing vessel ARCTIC STORM on fire 32 miles west of Grays Harbor, WA. Since the initial call the vessel fire was suppressed with Halon, and the vessel's crew is checking and monitoring the space where the fire was and Halon was released. NOAA ERD was requested to provide a trajectory of a potential worst case discharge of 188,000 gallons of diesel and to provide the weather forecast. There is no reported discharge at this time. There are no reported injuries and USCG Sector Columbia River responded on-scene."

8600,2013-05-20,M/T Sichem Edinburgh,"20 mi Off Galveston, TX",29.12,-94.57,Oil,,#6 Oil,,,,,,300,0,"On 20MAy13, USCG MSU Texas City contacted NOAA SSC about a spill 20 miles offshore of Galveston, TX. A spill reported as 10-15 gallons, but considered by authorities to be 200-300 gallons, of #6 oil occurred at 29.12 N 094.57 W at 0730 Sunday 19 May 2012. The next morning, shoreline impacts are reported on Bermuda Beach Drive, consisting of surface residue balls of undetermined size and distribution intermixed with sea weed. USCG is requesting a hindcast to determine if the spill and shoreline impacts could be connected."

8596,2013-05-06,TUG KALEEN MCALLISTER,"Baltimore, MD",39.268843,-76.580683,Oil,Collision,diesel fuel and lube oil,1,,,,,22000,0,"This afternoon USCG Sector Baltimore notified the NOAA SSC that the Tug Boat KALEEN MCALLISTER struck an unidentified object in Baltimore Harbor and sank. Vessel has onboard between 18,000-22,000 gallons of diesel fuel. A surface sheen has been observed. USCG requested NOAA to provide trajectory in aniticipation of a worst case release in anticipation of raising the vessel. See hotline for further information. "

8588,2013-04-25,Mystery slick off Puerto Rico,6 miles off SW corner of Puerto Rico,17.9116666667,-67.3033333333,Oil,Mystery Substance,"May or may not be oil, brown with no sheen",,,,,,,0,"At about 1600 ADT on April 25th, an overflight reported a 12 mile slick oriented N to S and about 5-6 miles off the SW tip of Puerto Rico. Reported coordinates are 17d 54.7'N by 67d 18.2'W for the northern tip, and 17d 43.6'N by 67d 18.2' W.Photos show a brown substance in the water with no sheen. Winds were 5 - knots. "

8585,2013-04-13,Tug Delta Captain,"Offshore of Point Sur, CA",36.27,-122.155,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,22000,0,"At approximately 1700 hours (local) on 13-APR-2013, the tug Delta Captain was reportedly sinking approximately 13NM off Point Sur, CA. At the time, she was towing a deck barge with a crane on board and a total of 22,000 gallons of diesel (18,000 on the tug, 4,000 on the barge). By the time a USCG helicopter was on-scene to conduct search & rescue operations, the barge, a life boat and debris was visible but no signs of pollution and no tug boat. Four survivors were rescued and taken to shore and the tug is believed sunk and possibly suspended below the barge by a 1,400 foot tow cable. Water depths in the area are approximately 400 fathoms (2,400 feet), seas are reportedly 14-16 feet and gale force winds. A second tug boat is due on-scene in the next 14 hours. USCG Sector San Francisco contacted their NOAA SSC to request a precautionary "what if" trajectory in the event there is a catastrophic release of product before tomorrow’s first light overflight."

8584,2013-04-03,Hydrogen Sulfide release,"Chalmette, LA",29.9375,-89.9683333333,Chemical,,Hydrogen Sulfide and Benzene,,,,,,,0,"On 03APR, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC in regards to citizen reports of "funny chemical smells" throughout the greater New Orleans metro area. USCG and LDEQ personnel began interviewing citizens early this AM and searched for a source of chemical release. Active air monitoring led personnel to investigate of a facility in Chalmette (6 miles ESE of French Quarter, New Orleans, LA). The facility reported a leaking flare drum with hydrogen sulfide and benzene being released. USCG is request air plume modeling to determine if the two cases are linked. "

8583,2013-04-03,Zinc Bromide,"120 mi Offshore, LA",27.265,-90.8083333333,Chemical,Wellhead,Zinc Bromide,,,,,,71400,0,"On 03APR, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a release of zinc bromide by an offshore drilling vessel (NRC #1042785). The vessel was conducting operations when high winds forces an emergency disconnect and the solution was released at depth of 4,700 ft below surface. The incident occurred 120 miles offshore, in Green Canyon Block 727. Reports claim quantities between 550 and 1652 bbls of solution was released. USCG is requesting information about potential environmental impacts and potential area of impact due to this release."

8582,2013-03-27,Mystery Sheen,"Oahu, HI",21.2376666667,-157.808333333,Oil,,Sheen,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA SSC to request a hindcast trajectory for a mystery sheen reported at 1010 on March 27 approximately a mile an a quarter south of Diamond Head in Oahu, HI. The sheen was reported to be approximately a third of a mile in length."

8576,2013-03-12,"Mystery Sheen, Timbalier Block 30","5mi Offshore, LA",28.9669444444,-90.3425,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 12MAR, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a report of a mystery sheen, 5mi by 100 yrd, with 50% cover of rainbow and silver sheen. The sheen was reported by a platform in Timbalier Block 30 after witnessing a vessel transit the area. The sheen appears to be traveling west. The product chemistry and quantity is not known. USCG is requesting a trajectory from NOAA."

8577,2013-03-12,SMI 572 Collision,"Bayou Perot, Lafitte, LA",29.6338888889,-90.1772222222,Oil,Collision,"Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Diesel",,,,,,93030,4,"On 12MAR, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a tug/barge collision with a natural gas pipeline which has resulted in a 100 ft tall fire and four injuries, one severe. The incident occurred in Bayou Perot outside Lafitte, LA. The barge contained 2215 bbl crude oil and the tug contained 1000 gl diesel. The tug and barge are currently on fire. USCG is requesting a trajectory to support pollution response operations as oil has already been sighted on the water."

8574,2013-03-09,Mystery Sheen ,"West Delta 80, LA",28.9955555556,-89.7469444444,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 09MAR13, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a mystery sheen reported in West Delta Block 80, 21 miles southeast of Grande Isle. The sheen is reported as 5 miles by 5 miles with 70% dark blue/brown and 30% light rainbow. USCG has requested a trajectory from NOAA."

8575,2013-03-09,UTV JUSTICE Sunk,"MM 161.5, Mississippi River, LA",30.05,-90.84,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On 07MAR13 at 0200 hrs, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a potential release of diesel fuel and lube oil from a sunken tug at mile marker 161.5, about 200 feet off the right descending bank. At this point, no sheen is observed and USCG is requesting a trajectory from NOAA as a preventative measure."

8573,2013-03-07,Mystery grease balls,"Vashon Island, WA",47.3824833333,-122.393586111,Oil,Mystery Substance,Grease/Lube Oil,,,,,,,0,"On March 7, 2013 USCG Sector Puget Sound reported to the SSC that there are scattered, what appear to be lube oil balls on the South side of Robinson Park on Vashon Island, WA. "

8572,2013-02-28,M/V Champion Express adrift,"Off Half Moon Bay, CA",37.52,-122.686666667,Other,Adrift,Liquid fertilizer and fuel oil,,,,,,0,0,"In the evening of 28-Feb-2013, the 628 foot M/V CHAMPION EXPRESS was reported adrift approximately 8NM West of Half Moon Bay, CA. The loaded bulk cargo ship carrying liquid fertilizer had reported an engine leak that forced an engine shutdown. At the time USCG contacted their NOAA SSC, she had been drifting for approximately 5 hours. A tug was en route at the time of the call and expected to be on-scene in an hour or so. USCG Sector SF requested a precautionary drift estimate of the ship in the event there is difficulty getting her under tow. No pollution has been reported or is anticipated at this time."

8571,2013-02-28,M/V Helena Star sunk,"Tacoma, WA",47.2767,-122.389413889,Oil,Derelict,Unknown oil type,,,,,,200,0,"On January 25, 2013 the 167 ft M/V HELENA STAR sank in the Hylebos Waterway in Tacoma, WA. The NOAA SSC has been requested to look at proposed salvage/clean-up actions in regards to possible affects to the surrounding environment. "

8570,2013-02-28,Tug Miss Melinda,"Near Empire Locks, LA",29.2441666667,-89.6028333333,Oil,,diesel oil,,,,,,4000,0,"On February 28, 2013, 0815 PST the USCG Sector New Orleans reported a sunken tug, Miss Melinda, located 1 NM off of Empire Locks in Louisiana. Sector New Orleans requested NOAA's Emergency Response Division provide a trajectory with a worse case scenario for a potential release of 4000 gallons of diesel fuel."

8567,2013-02-26,Offshore Collision,"Vermillion Block 94, LA",29.1911111111,-92.2819444444,Oil,Collision,"Diesel, Lube Oil and Hydraulic Fluid",,,,,,7227,0,"On 26FEB13, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a potential release from a drilling rig due to a collision with a salvage work boat. A drilling rig has been lifted and resting on the seabed for approximately two months waiting to be salvaged. A salvage company was recently hired and is starting to work on the vessel. The salvage work boat and the drilling rig are about to collide. The crew has been safely removed and USCG is concerned about a release of the remaining product on the drilling rig. USCG is requesting a trajectory for a diesel, lube oil and hydraulic fluid release. "

8569,2013-02-26,Swift Energy Wellhead Allision,"Lake Washington, LA",29.3641666667,-89.7688888889,Oil,Collision,"Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Production Water",1,,,,,,0,"On 26FEB13, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC in regards to an allision that occurred at 8:00 pm between a 42 ft. aluminum hull crew boat and an inactive wellhead in the Lake Washington Field in Lake Grande Ecaille (~11 miles due west of Empire, LA). Initial reports from personnel on scene estimate either crude oil, produced water, or natural gas is discharging from the well. The well has been shut in since December 2007 and no flow lines are attached. USCG is requesting a trajectory to support the morning operations. "

8566,2013-02-24,Oily Water Discharge,"Vermillion Bay, LA",29.6730555556,-91.9180555556,Oil,,Salt Water and Crude Oil Mix,,,,,,420,0,"On 24FEB at 1120 CST, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a release of 10 bbls of saltwater and crude oil mixture (equivalent of 5 bbls crude oil) into central Vermillion Bay, LA. The release occurred at 10:15 central time and the resulting sheen is traveling south east. USCG is seeking support and a trajectory of sheen movement."

8565,2013-02-15,"Apache Rig, Main Pass 295",20 mi Offshore LA,29.26873232,-88.6344579,Oil,Wellhead,Crude Oil and Condensate,,,,,,1341480,0,"On 15FEB13, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a potential release of crude oil and condensate from an exploratory well being drilled about 50 mi east of Venice, LA. There is concern about an underground flow of natural gas at the site and non-essential personnel have evacuated from the shallow-water platform. The well's blow-out preventer was successfully closed. There is currently no pollution release and operations are underway to fully secure the well. USCG requests a trajectory of the worse-case discharge as a precaution."

8564,2013-02-12,Barge YON268,"Apra Harbor, Guam",13.4421388889,144.664055556,Oil,Derelict,Heavy (waste) oil,,,,,,112000,0,"USCG Sector Guam contacted the SSC for the Pacific Islands to request oil spill trajectories in the event of a release of 112,000 gallons of heavy oil aboard a derelict barge in Apra Harbor, Guam. The barge is currently stable, but USCG is concerned that there might be a release during storm conditions. USCG currently has boom deployed around the barge. "

8562,2013-01-27,Barge MOC-12 Allision with Miss. R. Bridge,"Miss R. at Vicksburg, MS",32.31498,-90.90706,Oil,Collision,Sweet Crude,1,,,,,173040,3,"The NOAA Hazmat Duty Officer was contacted late morning on 27 Jan 13 for assistance with a barge discharging a light crude oil into the Mississippi River in the vicinity of Vickburg, MS after an allision with the Vicksburg, MS RR bridge at Mile Marker 437. The RR bridge is about 100 yards up river from the I-20 bridge, and is currently open after an initial inspection. The NOAA SSC was contacted at 11:45 am to support USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River (LMR). Sector LMR requested a trajectory to see how far the oil may have flowed down stream. "

8557,2013-01-17,"UTV Saint Paul, MM 135","North of New Orleans, LA",30.05,-90.51,Oil,Collision,Diesel and Lube oil,,,,,,4000,0,"On 17JAN13, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a towing vessel which sank 200 ft off the right descending bank of the Mississippi River at mile marker 135, about 40 river miles west of New Orleans. The towing vessel is not currently releasing any oil or diesel, but concern is high. USCG is requesting a trajectory for a worse case discharge."

8556,2013-01-15,"ORB Exploration, Bayou Sorrel","Outside Baton Rouge, LA",30.1945,-91.4546111111,Oil,Pipeline,,1,1,,,1,4200,1,"On January 15, 2013, USCG MSU Baton Rouge contacted the NOAA SSC in regards of a spill in Bayou Sorrel. The USCG was notified and responded on January 15th, even though the spill occurred on Janary 3, 2013. The spill is from a 4 inch pipeline (now secure) which released an estimated 100 bbl of crude oil. Due to the unusually arduous site conditions, authorization for in-situ burn has been requested. USCG has requested advice from NOAA. "

8553,2013-01-13,M/T Elia,"Baytown, TX",29.7,-95.0,Oil,,Oily Waste,0,,,,,100,0,"On 13JAN, USCG contacted NOAA SSC about a release of ship-board oily waste from M/T Elias into the Houston Ship Channel due to malfunctioning oily-water separator. The vessel is berthed in Baytown, TX. The vessel was already boomed due to dockside operations and the small amount released was contained immediately. The source is secure and efforts are underway to clean the bathtub ring from the 817 ft vessel. USCG seeks consultation from SSC about 204 work assignment to use surface washing agents prior to routing for RRT approval. "

8549,2012-12-29,Shell Drill Rig Kulluk adrift,NW Gulf of Alaska,56.65317,-153.48167,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,144000,0,"The Royal Dutch Shell drilling rig Kulluk went aground on Sitkalidak Island, Alaska on January 1, 2013. Sitkalidak is an uninhabitated island just south of Kodiak Island. The Kulluk was being towed from Dutch Harbor to Seattle by the towing vessel Aiviq when it lost engine power, which caused the loss of the Kulluk. Although power was restored to the Aiviq, subsequent attempts at reattaching the tow were not successful, in part due to heavy weather. The Kulluk has on board approximately 144,000 gallons of diesel fuel and 16,000 gallons of lube oils and hydraulic fluid. Currently the Kulluk is sitting upright and there are no observable fuel leaks. The weather continues to remain rough, which is hampering attempts at salvage efforts and site visits. By Jan. 6 the weather was calmer and salvage crews had stabilized the drilling rig. As a result the Aiviq, connected by tow, was able to successfully refloat the Kulluk and began towing it to Kliuda Bay, 30 n.m. away. During the early morning hours of Jan. 7 the Kulluk safely arrived in Kilida Bay and was anchored to its safe harbor assessment position where a thorough evaluation of its condition will be evaluated prior to continuing on to Seattle."

8548,2012-12-26,TX Petroleum Investment. Co,"Breton Sound, LA Gulf of Mexico",29.5786111111,-89.1175,Oil,,S. LA crude,,,,,,42,0,"On December 26, 2012, 1130am/CST, the USCG requested a NOAA trajectory for a 1BBL (42 gallons)crude oil discharge into Breton Sound on the east side of the Mississippi River Delta. The discharge was due to a power failure and trouble with a compressor during restart."

8546,2012-12-20,M/T STENA PRIMORSK,"Albany, NY",42.3930555555556,-73.7669444444444,Oil,Grounding,Oil,,,,,,11718000,0,"The SSC was notified by Sector NY of the grounding of the 800 foot M/T Stena Primorsk south of Albany, NY. At this time there is no oil being released. The ballast tank has been breached. No request for any additional actions from NOAA at this time."

8545,2012-12-17,MODU in Distress,"14nm Offshore, LA",29.32145,-92.4688166667,Oil,Adrift|Search + Rescue,Diesel,,,,,,1000,0,"On 17DEC12, MSU Morgan City contact NOAA for scientific support relating to a potential release of 1,000 gl of marine diesel from a MODU in distress. The vessel is located 14nm offshore, west of Marsh Island, in Vermillion Block 65. USCG is working salvage issues as well as marine pollution. USCG is seeking a trajectory and fate analysis if all diesel were released."

8528,2012-11-11,Chloride Solution,"Jackson, AL",31.5,-87.9,Chemical,,Chloride Solution 0.10%,,,,,,,0,"At 0830 Central Time, 11NOV12, a 0.10% Chloride solution began leaking from a valve in piping coming off a 110,000 gallon tank which was about 80% full (88,000 gallons of solution). As of 1300, the tank had leaked about 4,000 gallons. The area around the tank has been evacuated and responders are spraying the area with fires hoses to knock down fumes. All solution is contained within containment berm and is being further diluted by the addition of water from fire hoses. The location is at a paper factory in Jackson, Alabama. USCG is seeking information about air hazards and recommendations for evacuations."

8524,2012-11-07,Barge HMS 2000,"Port Angeles, WA",48.1417277777778,-123.446452777778,Oil,,IFO 308,1,,,,,840,1,"USCG Sector Puget Sound notified the NOAA SSC that at 0320 this morning the Barge HMS 2000 spilled 840 gallons of IFO 380 heavy fuel oil at the Harley Marine Service Facility in Ediz Hook in Port Angeles, Washington. The spill was reported to be the result of an overfill. The barge was pre-boomed and the oil was reportedly contained. Responders are currently on-scene recovering oil. USCG requested trajectory support. NOAA personnel at the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary have been notified and have provided assistance to NOAA ERD with observations from their offices in Port Angeles. "

8525,2012-11-07,Oiled Wildlife," St Lawrence Island, Alaska",61.8166666667,-176.916666667,Oil,,Unknown,,,,,,,3,"The NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator in Alaska was notified by Coast Guard Sector Anchorage on the morning of 7 November 2012 that subsistence hunters in Savoonga and Gamble on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, found oiled birds and an oiled seal. The initial NOAA report suggested that the source of the oil was a sunken Russian vessel located in Russian waters. This now appears highly speculative, and no oil sheens have been reported and no source has been identified. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service have both been notified. "

8521,2012-10-31,Hurricane Sandy - Spills in the Arthur Kill,"Arthur Kill, NJ",40.5416666667,-74.255,Oil,Hurricane,"Diesel, bio-diesel, slop oil",1,1,,0,,348600,37,"USCG Sector New York requested scientific support from NOAA Emergency Response Division on 31Oct2012 for Hurricane Sandy related pollution incidents. The USCG is currently responding to oil spills in Arthur Kill, NJ/NY. NOAA personnel are on-scene at the USCG command post."

8514,2012-09-28,F/V MAVERICK,"30 miles W. of La Push, WA",47.925,-125.326666667,Oil,Collision,Diesel and other product,,,,,,530,1,"At about 0830 Pacific time Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound contacted NOAA SSC about a vessel collision. Between approximately 0530 and 0600 a vessel collision occurred in position 47 55.5 N, 125 19.6 W between the F/V MAVERICK and F/V VIKING STORM. The 40 foot F/V MAVERICK subsequently sunk. The F/V VIKING STORM is sound and is not a pollution threat. Visibility is limited due to fog. This location is 1.5 miles inside the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. The sanctuary has been informed of the situation. Although the fuel potential is not confirmed, given the distance offshore that the collision occured, the current wind conditions, the forecasted wind conditions, and the reported size of the vessel it is not expected that any fuel would impact shore. NOAA is providing a weather forecast. "

8511,2012-09-24,"F/V GEMINI, F/V WESTERN FLYER","Swinomish Channel, WA",48.4548,-122.514944444,Oil,Derelict,Diesel and hydraulic oil,,,,,,850,0,"At approximately 1200 Pacfic time September 24, 2012 NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Puget Sound of the sunk fishing vessel GEMINI (officially registered as WESTERN FLYER) under the Twin Bridges in the Swinomish channel in Washington. It is unknown why the vessel sunk. The vessel was leaking diesel, although it is unknown how much diesel leaked. The vast majority was recovered by dive operations. The maximum capacity of the vessel is 750 gallons of diesel and 100 gallons of hydraulic fuel. NOAA ERD provided trajectory, tides, currents, resources at risk, and weather information for the situation."

8507,2012-09-04,Mystery Sheen,"Cheboygan, MI",45.6469444444444,-84.4744444444444,Other,,Naturally produced algal sheen,,,,,,1,0,"On 04 SEPT 2012, USCG received a report of a sheen from an unknown source on the sand and in Lake Huron in Cheboygan, MI. A retired USCG Chief was on scene and reported that the sheen did not reform after breaking it up with a stick nor was there any odor. Sector Sault Ste. Marie contact the SSC for NOAA's opinion on wheter this was likely oil or a natural sheen from algae. Samples were sent off for analysis, though USCG/NOAA/Mi DEQ are fairly confident that the sheen was due to algae. This Hotline was created as a reference for future events. The exact location in Cheboygan is unknown.NRC Notification #1023234 "

8508,2012-09-01,Hurricane Isaac - Sector Mobile Responses,"Sector Mobile, AOR-MS, AL, FL Panhandle",30.65,-88.06,Other,Hurricane,Various,,,,,,,0,This is a sub-incident hotline started 7Sep12 of the General Hurr Isaac General support that is for activities within the Sector Mobile AOR.

8504,2012-08-31,Anhydrous ammonia leak,"Fisherman's terminal, Seattle",47.6464361111,-122.350052778,Chemical,,Anhydrous Ammonia,,,,,,,0,"On August 31 at approximately 1445 NOAA SSC was notified of a anhydrous ammonia leak aboard the fish processing vessel PACIFIC PRODUCER located at Fishermen's terminal in Seattle. The leak started on August 30 when an ammonia line was punctured that was thought to have been not charged. It was originally reported that approximately 500 lbs of the anhydrous ammonia leaked out August 30, however, on September 1 it was discovered that 6000 lbs (this was the full amount on board) of anhydrous ammonia was discharged from the tanks. Approximately 50 lbs of this entered the space it was released in, while the rest drained into the bilge and slowly off gassed. Readings of ammonia in the air were high within the vessel, but were at safe levels outside of the vessel. On scene contractors are following safety precautions. Origninally Sector Puget Sound had requested NOAA's assistance in evaluating response options in terms of atmospheric conditions and plume modeling. The bilge water (now pH12- pH13) will be pumped off the vessel in safe manner and disposed of."

8502,2012-08-28,Southern Recycling Drifting Dry Dock,Gulf of Mexico off LA,27.5,-90.2166666667,Other,Marine Debris,Hazard to navigation,,,,,,,0,"On 28Aug12, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC for a trajectory for a drifting floating dry dock, 650'long x 137'wide. Dry dock is owned by Southern Recycling, who was towing it to a ""breaking yard"" when the tow cable parted. Draft of the dry dock is reported as 7', and height of the wing walls is estimated as 35' (based on discussion with a Tampa dry dock company).Below are the last known positions and drift speed and direction from 27 AUG. 1430 pos'n: 27-57.478 089-43.403W, Course 220T, 3kts (radar) 1630 pos'n: 27-41N 089-56W, Course 220T, 4kts (radar) 2030 pos'n: 27-34N 090-08W, Course 220T, 4kts (DR) 2230 pos'n: 27-30N 090-13W, Wind NNE 35-40kts (DR) "

8500,2012-08-27,Hansa Berlin,"Mariel, Cuba",23.0333333333,-82.7833333333,Oil,Grounding,RNH 380 and diesel-possible container cargo,,,,,,200000,0,"A 474 foot container ship is aground on the coast of Cuba off Mariel. The vessel has RNH 380 (174,426 gal) and diesel (27,500 gal) aboard. Weather and seas caused by tropical storm Issac has prevented response so far. USCG is expecting the ship to lose the fuel and has requested a trajectory from NOAA."

8501,2012-08-27,Westshore Pipeline,"Palos Heights, IL",41.6820166667,-87.8309861111,Oil,Pipeline,JP-5,,,,,,42000,0,"On August 27, 2012 at 0910 (eastern), USCG contacted the SSC to report the release of 1000 barrels of JP-5 jet fuel from a leaking or broken pipeline that had occurred earlier that morning at 0631 (eastern). At the time of SSC contact, an accurate lat/long was not available but was reported to be near the intersection of Illinois Highway 83 and South 86th Ave in Palos Heights, IL. JP-5 has reportedly reached a nearby creek and threatens the Cal-Sag Channel. Although USEPA is the lead agency, the USCG FOSCr has requested information on fate and toxicity. SSC contacted the OOD and has provided phone support. USCG and/or USEPA may request additional support as this spill progresses.NRC Incident Report #'s 1022270 and 1022271"

8499,2012-08-24,Energy 21 Pipeline Leak W Delta31,"Gulf of Mexico 30mi SE of Grand Isle, LA",29.1438888889,-89.6755555556,Oil,Pipeline,South La Crude API 30 (20%) and 80% produced water,,,,,,28014,0,"At 2215EDT USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City, LA contacted the NOAA SSC requesting a trajectory for a crude oil pipeline leak. Maximum potential volume in the 10"" by 1.3mi pipeline is 667BBL. However, the product in the pipeline is 80% produced water and 20% crude oil (API=30), so the estimated total potential oil spill is approx. 133BBL (5600gal).Leak location is approximately 16mi ESE of Grand Isle, LA, and 9mi SW of Pelican Isl, in Lease Block West Delta 31. The leak was creating a sheen of 1.75mi x 1.75mi when observed during an overflight at 1830CDT, with a coverage of 70% of variously: Metallic, Transitional, and Silver color."

8498,2012-08-24,F/V Sea Biscuit,"Near Bodega Bay, CA",38.3067361111,-123.019272222,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,150,0,"At 1045hrs (local time), CA’s Office of Spill Prevention & Response (OSPR) contacted their NOAA SSC to request a trajectory estimate for the F/V SEA BISCUIT, which beached late last night in the surf near Bodega Bay, CA. The vessel has 150 gallons of diesel on board and a rainbow sheen was observed nearby sometime this morning. The State is considering a temporary closure of some local fisheries in the vicinity as a result of the spill and have requested a trajectory estimate on which to base their closure boundary."

8497,2012-08-24,Platform IRENE potential spill,"Off Point Arguello, CA",34.6072222222,-120.727777778,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,,,,,31000,0,"At 1000hrs (local time), USCG District 11 Command Center contacted their NOAA SSC about a potential release from Platform IRENE off Point Arguello, just to the North & West of Santa Barbara Channel. A pressure drop was detected on one of Platform IRENE’s production lines with a reported maximum potential volume of 31,000 gallons crude. No product has been observed on the surface by platform workers on-scene. An Oil Spill Response Vessel (OSRV) is on-scene and transiting the pipeline corridor connecting Platform IRENE to shore to look for product on the surface. In addition, a helicopter overflight is being scheduled with the local Sheriff’s office and a USCG C-130 overflight may occur later in the day. A precautionary "what-if" trajectory has been requested."

8496,2012-08-23,Mystery sheen,"San Pedro Channel, Off Los Angeles, CA",33.5015,-118.118,Oil,Mystery Substance,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"In the early afternoon of 23-August-2012, USCG Sector Los Angeles/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC to request support for a mystery sheen reported earlier in the day. A sheen from an unknown source was observed and reported to the USCG at approximately 0700 hours (local) at 33º 30.09’N, 118º 07.08’W. A subsequent USCG overflight at approximately 1030 hours (local) observed a heavy sheen covering approximately 1 square mile. A trajectory estimate was requested."

8495,2012-08-22,Walter Oil & Gas - W Delta 107,Gulf of Mex just off MISS R. SW Pass,28.83025,-89.5269,Oil,Pipeline,"South LA Crude, API=36.2",,,,,,500,0,"At 1030EDT 22Aug12, the NOAA SSC (NOLA) was contacted by USCG MSU Morgan City for trajectory support for a small (10gal/hr) submerged well/pipeline leak of S. LA Crude (API=36.2). Location of the leak is just off the SW Pass of the Mississippi R. delta. Leak is creating a ""bright"" (25%) to silvery (75%) sheen 1mi x 3/4mi in size. Source is at or just below the mudline in 250' of water at a production well leading to a pipeline. The responsible party, Walter Oil and Gas Co.,is in the process of securing the leak. Environmental conditions reported on site are current 0.5kt constant to the west, air temp=80F, winds 5-7kt from NW."

8493,2012-08-17,Sun Drilling Divinylbenzene tank fire,"Belle Chasse, LA, Miss R. MM-67",29.858,-89.983,Chemical,,divinylbenzene,,,,,,,0,"USCG Sector New Orleans contact the NOLA NOAA SSC at approximately 1600EDT, 17Aug12 for assistance with safety and environmental hazards associated with a burning tank containing divinylbenzene (DVB) at the Sun Drilling Chemical Plant in Belle Chasse, LA, that had been struck by lightning. The facility is adjacent to the Mississippi River at mile marker 67, on the right decending bank, and just up river 600 m from the Belle Chasse ferry landing.Initial safety distances were provided and fate of chemical in the event any entered the reiver were provided. DVB is a highly volatile and ignitable liquid that polymerizes (becomes a plastic like solid) unless stabilized with chemicals to keep it a liquid. It is insoluble, floats, and will generally evaporate, but may polymerize if it persists.No DVB had entered the river and was not expected to as of Friday evening, 17Aug. NOAA was contacted in the event it did and for safety issues related to the smoke or vapor plume."

8492,2012-08-16,"F/V ""Up The Ladder""","Cuttyhunk, MA",41.4163333333,-70.9457833333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,400,0,"A 43 foot recreational fishing vessel grounded on the 'Sow and Pigs Reef"" just south of Cuttyhunk Island in Buzzards Bay, MA. She is carrying 400 gallons of diesel fuel and was towed to an intentional grounding area on a sand/gravel beach on the north side of Westend Pond (which does not communicate with the sea). Actions:1. She currently sits 200 yds off the beach, vents have been closed and she is no longer sheening.2. Salvage resources are due to arrive by 2000 tonight3. NOAA SSC has informed and briefed the DOI Trustee, particularly with regard to Penikese Island (2.5 miles to the north) where roseate terns (endangered) have been known to roost. Potential for impacts is very low.4. NOAA produced fate models indicating very low likelihood of oil threatening Penikese Island."

8490,2012-08-03,M/V Ocean Crescent ,"GOMEX south of Pensacola, FL",29.1233333333,-87.1533333333,Oil,,IFO 380,,,,,,1928,0,"At 2353 PDT USCG Sector Mobile, AL contacted the NOAA ERD duty officer to request a trajectory for an oil spill. The master of the M/V Ocean Crescent reported to the CG (at 2300PDT) spilling 7.3 cubic meters of IFO-380 as a result of a fuel transfer error. Spill location given as N29deg 07' 24"" and W87deg 09' 12"", which is in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 70 mi south of Pensacola, FL.A trajectory is being prepared."

8491,2012-08-02,TCI Fire,"Ghent, NY",42.3273472222,-73.7098166667,Chemical,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"On August 2, 2012, a fire at transformer recycling company in Columbia County, NY, resulted in a release of an unknown amount of chemicals, including PCB-laden oil and combustion by-products. A 15 mile radius shelter in place warning was issued by the county. NOAA ERD was contacted regarding air plume modeling and chemical sampling priorities. "

8485,2012-07-29,FV View Point,"Prince of Wales Bay, SE Alaska",54.8316666667,-131.928333333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,400,1,"Early on the morning of July 29, NOAA received a report from Coast Guard MSD Ketchikan that the FV View Point had grounded and taken on water and sank in 200 fathoms of water in Gardner Bay, part of South Prince of Wales Bay, with 400 gallons of diesel on board. One POB had evacuated the vessel and was saved by a Good Sam. Due to the dramatic similarities to the FV Mary Kay sinking just two days ago, the trajectory and fate analysis were essentially identical. CG and ADFG will be overflying the site later today to evaluate the size and scope of the problem due to a commercial fishing opening on Monday."

8489,2012-07-29,Sunken NPS work boat,"Adelup, Guam",13.4811111111,144.722222222,Other,Coral|Derelict,,,,,,,25,0,"USCG Sector Guam notified the NOAA SSC on July 29 that an 18-foot US National Park Service work boat had capsized and was aground on reef at Asa Beach in Adelup, Guam. The vessel was carrying 25 gallons of fuel at the time but no discharge was observed. At the time of notification, plans were being made to remove the vessel. This was a NOAA notification. No ERD support was requested."

8486,2012-07-28,Mystery Sheen Vermillian 51,"GOMEX, 13mi south of LA Coast",29.3836111111,-92.1652777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown oil,,,,,,,0,"On Saturday, 28Jul12, USCG Morgan City contacted the SSC to request fate of a silvery sheen 2mix1mi in Lease Block Vermillion 51, approximately 13mi south of the LA coastline. Sheen was sighted from an oil platform adn reported as tending toward the SE. Source of the sheen was unknown, nor was the type of oil. The SSC indicated that the sheen would not impact the coastline unless the source of the sheen increased significantly. SSC suggested that CG contact the SSC again if the situation changed and more information became available."

8484,2012-07-27,FV Mary Kay,"Cape Chacon, SE Alaska",54.6335833333,-132.072233333,Oil,,Deisel,,,,,,2450,1,"ERD was notified by CG MSD Ketchikan around noon on July 27, 2012,that the 78' FV Mary Kay sank in 85 fathoms of water immediately south of Cape Chacon at the southern end of SE Alaska with 2450 gallons of diesel on board. The cause of the sinking was apparently attributed to an excessive internal transfer of sea water to the bow of the vessel causing the vessel to tilt nose-down and sink. All POB were rescued by a Good Sam. Weather at the time of the sinking was 15 kts SW wind, 3 ft seas. The CG has asked for a trajectory and possible fate of the diesel. After the sinking, folks on the Good Sam vessel detected a definite odor of diesel. Initial fly overs by ADFG regarding commercial fisheries openings showed some ribbons of sheen. However by Monday, July 30, no sheen was detectable by the ADFG and CG observers. It is currently uncertain whether all the diesel escaped. Case closed out on August 1, 2012 "

8483,2012-07-27,Pipeline Leak-Eugene Isl 305,"GOM 60mi SE of Timbalier Bay, LA",28.2930555556,-91.5663888889,Oil,Pipeline,LA Crude,,,,,,,0,"MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC regarding the fate and trajectory for a leak in a 14"" crude oil pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico 64 mi SE of Timbalier Bay. The leak is currently minor and only creating a 4mi x 150'wide rainbow slick trending to the NE. At the current rate of leak the slick should not grow larger or longer and is no threat to land. Once additional information is received from the RP regarding if the leak has been stopped, if the pipeline has been shut in, the maximum volume potential (within the shut in section), and exact nature of the product, NOAA will run a trajectory model in the event of a catastrophic release."

8482,2012-07-23,F/V Two Mikes sunk,"Yaquina Bay bar entrance, OR",44.6118555556,-124.082991667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4300,4,At 0300 PDT 23 July USCG contacted NOAA SSC and reported the 48-foot F/V 'Two Mikes' sunk off the North jetty of the Yaquina Bay bar entrance in Oregon. The vessel was reported to have sunk at 2243 PDT. There is a potential release of roughly 2000 gallons of diesel. USCG has requested hypothetical worst case discharge trajectory.

8480,2012-07-19,Tug MADISON,"South Lake Huron, near the entrance to St Clair River, MI",43.1016666667,-82.4508333333,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,8300,0,"On 19 JULY 2012 (time unknown), Sector Detroit received report of a 110' Dredge and 38' Tug sank in Lake Huron. Tug DRUMMOND ISLANDER II (Flag: US) and Tug MADISON (Flag: US) were pushing a 110' dredge downbound in Lake Huron en route to Pointe Mouillee, when the 110' dredge sank also causing the Tug MADISON to flip over approximately 5 nm NNW of the entrance to the St Clair River. All personnel were safely transferred to the Tug DRUMMOND ISLANDER II. The DREDGE BARGE Arthur J sank and the Tug MADISON capsized. Sector Detroit reported that the dredge had 12 sections of 1000' pipe onboard that has broken loose.SSC was contacted at 1037 (eastern) by Sector Detroit requesting a weather update, as well as a trajectory. As of 1037, sheening has been observed but catastrophic release has not been observed. Air Station Detroit will conduct an overflight as soon as weather conditions permit.NRC Notification #1018236"

8479,2012-07-18,F/V Joe,"Terrebonne, LA",29.1746666667,-91.0198333333,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,400,0,"On 18JUL12 USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a fishing vessel which sank in coastal Terrebonne Parish, LA. The location is about 1/4 miles offshore and in 8ft of water. The vessel is 30 ft by 12 ft with a 400 gallon diesel tank aboard. The vessel sank last night and was not producing a sheen this morning, but USCG directed owner to place sorbant boom around the vessel. A Good Samaritan helicopter reported a 1/2 mi by 30 ft silver sheen moving southwest. USCG is currently gathering resources to conduct an overflight and on-scene evaluation. USCG has requested a trajectory to determine shoreline impacts."

8478,2012-07-12,Mystery Sheen,"11 nm Offshore, LA",29.1211111111,-88.8463888889,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 12JUL12, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC for support of a mystery sheen reported by a Good Samaritan helicopter at 1410 CDT. The sheen was reported as 15 miles by 0.5 miles and rainbow in color. The reported position is 11 nautical miles east of Redfish Bay and Northeast Pass, east of the Mississippi Delta. It is not known where the reported position is in relation to the entire sheen. The report also claims the sheen to be traveling southwest. An overflight scheduled to investigate the sheen this afternoon was diverted for SAR. USCG is requesting a trajectory for directing an overflight scheduled for tomorrow morning. "

8477,2012-07-11,FV Sherry Ann,"Martha's Vineyard, MA",41.19308,-70.8008333333,Oil,Grounding,diesel,0,,,,,800,0,"45 foot aluminium hull vessel grounded on Squibnocket Beach (SE facing side) overnight. The vessel is carrying 800 gallons of diesel fuel (no release). The owner attempted to haul the vessel off the beach prior to high tide, resulting in a breach of the hull. Coast Guard is on scene along with a professional salvage company with hopes of refloating the vessel on the high tide. If that is not possible, a more complex salvage plan will be required.Access is difficult and the area is important to two endangered species, the piping plover (currently with chicks) and the northeastern beach tiger beetle. This is critical habitat for the beetle in particular.USFWS and MA Div. of Fisheries and Wildlife experts have been engaged."

8476,2012-07-09,Chassell Mercury Spill,"Portage Lake, Chassell, MI",47.06359,-88.5184,Chemical,,mercury,1,1,,,,0,0,"Adapted from EPA OSC report:""On Monday, July 2, 2012, Michigan DEQ requested EPA assistance at a waterfront property on Portage Canal of Lake Superior in Chassell, Michigan. Two metal flasks suspected to contain mercury were found by swimmers in the Lake approximately 30 feet offshore. The swimmers carried the flasks to the dock at their private residence. The Western Upper Peninsula Health Department (WUPHD) confirmed the presence of mercury in the containers. One container was sealed, but the seal was broken on the second container, resulting in mercury being spilled onto the sandy lakebed as the container was carried to the dock. The resident attempted to recover spilled material visible in the shallow water. The Health Department determined the mercury contamination was limited to the dock area.OSC and of MDEQ arrived at the Site late afternoon on July 2, 2012. Due to the prediction of potential thunderstorms in the area overnight, the containers on the dock were overpacked in a plastic sealable tote. The overpack was not relocated in order to minimize potential cross contamination.EPA and its START and ERRS contractors returned to the Site on July 3, 2012 to conduct an emergency removal action. The contaminated dock area was cleaned to prevent further contamination of the residential property, the gross mercury contamination was removed from the lakebed, the area where the flasks were found was poled to determine if additional containers remain buried in the area, and the mercury waste was removed from the Site. Sediment samples were collected to assess the impact of the spill on the lakebed and determine the need and extent of additional removal activities. USCG and the WUPHD representatives were on-scene during the July 3, 2012 removal activities. MDEQ returned to the Site after EPA, USCG, and WUPHD had demobilized to collect surface water samples.EPA is planning to remobilize to the Site the week of July 9, 2012 to establish an exclusionary zone around the impacted area and conduct a comprehensive site assessment of the spill area. MDEQ, USCG, and WUPHD are expected to also be on site the week of July 9, 2012.EPA is acting as the lead agency for this response.""EPA OSC contact the NOAA SSC on July 9, 2012 seeking information on the expected trajectory/migration of mercury on the lakebed.NRC notification #: 1016492"

8475,2012-07-08,Oily Waste Discharge,"Ship Shoal 22A, LA",28.4558333333,-91.0813888889,Oil,,Oily Waste,,,,,,691,0,"On 08JUL12, MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a platform that discharged 691 gallons of oily waste and the source is now secure. The platform was discharging from their oily water separator when it was discovered that there was a system malfunction and untreated oily water with contamination above permissible ppm was being discharged. This occurred at Ship Shoal 22A, about 35 miles south of Louisiana coast. The sheen is reported as 5.67 miles by 0.5 miles in a combination of 40% silvery sheen, 50% rainbow sheen, and 10% dark sheen. The sheen is considered non-recoverable and is breaking up. This incident occurred at 0600 hrs today. USCG is requesting a trajectory."

8474,2012-07-06,F/V Excellence ammonia release,"Dutch Harbor, AK",53.9,-166.541666667,Chemical,,Ammonia,,,,,,,0,"Late evening on 07-JULY-2012, Sector Anchorage contacted NOAA ERD to request assistance with an anhydrous ammonia leak from the F/V EXCELLENCE a catcher/processor vessel docked in Dutch Harbor, AK. The vessel had been leaking ammonia from a one-inch pipe on the low pressure side of the refrigeration system since approximately 1230hrs (Aleutian Time)this afternoon and the system was estimated to contain 3-5,000 pounds. The high pressure side of the refrigeration system was estimated to contain an additional 15-17,000 pounds of ammonia. USCG responders in Dutch Harbor requested operational assistance regarding the exclusion zone size and operation of ship-board generators during response operations."

8473,2012-07-05,MSRC Dispersant Exercise Issue-13Jun2012,"Chandeleur Sound, LA",29.8333333333,-89.0666666667,Other,,Dispersant use is alleged.,,,,,,3600,0,"On July 5, 2012 USCG District 8, Sector NOLA and MSU Morgan City called a conference call to discuss an alleged use of actual dispersant during a planned MSRC drill on June 12 & 13, 2012. MSRC aerial dispersant contactor was scheduled to do a test spray using tap water only in a target area 50mi SE of Stennis airport (thier base of operations). Instead, the test sprays were conducted over Chandeleur Sound jsut east of the Miss R. delta, in an area being worked by a fleet of ""pogie boats"" (small fish netting) with a spotter aircraft directing the pogie boats.During the incident, the spotter aircraft is reported to have taken a set of pictures of the area showing teh water covered by a large area of foam. No exact coordinates or other record of the image time/date/ and location were provided to the USCG.In a news article published 4July2012 on the Times-Picayune web site (NOLA.com), it was alledged that Placquemines Parish was not informed of the drill. Additionally, it is alledged by Parish President Billy Nungesser that real dispersant was being sprayed since fishermen in the area who had observed the spray aircraft said the water was foamy and their skin itched.During the USCG call, which included the NOLA SSC, assistent SSC, and Charlie Henry, the source of the foam in the photos was discussed. The NOAA team's initial estimate of the source of the foam is that it is the result of natural process, including the high winds obvious in the images, and possibly the presence of an algal bloom.The NOAA team is investigating the potential foaming source with scientists familiar with the local and algal blooms.This hotline is being established to capture information for future use."

8472,2012-07-03,F/V Sound Leader sunk,"Offshore Newport, OR",44.6666666667,-124.1,Oil,,"Diesel, 75 gallons of some other oil (likely lube oil)",,,,,,1000,0,"At approximately 1200 PDT on 3 July, USCG Sector Columbia River contacted NOAA SSC regarding the F/V Sound Leader sunk offshore Newport, OR. The vessel sank around 0700 3 July. There was sheen observed at the site of sinking at 0730. There was a potential of 1000 gallons of diesel reported on board. USCG requested trajectory for worst case discharge. Although winds are forecasted to blow toward shore, given the moderately high winds and waves and that the sheen would likely be pushed to the SW and not directly W, no significant visible impact is expected on shore if a worst case discharge were to occur."

8470,2012-06-29,F/V Quest Sunk,"Offshore Westport, WA",46.9666666667,-124.466666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On June 29 at approximately 1300 PDT NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Columbia River of a Fishing Vessel that had sunk approximately 17 miles NW of Westport, WA at 2330 June 28. The potential is for 250 gallons of diesel. It is unknown if any fuel has been spilled. USCG requested a trajectory, and under the given conditions no shoreline impacts are expected from a 250 gallon diesel spill."

8467,2012-06-23,500 lbs Propane Tanks,"Duluth, MN",46.6551166667,-92.2685333333,Chemical,,propane,,,,,,,0,"On June 23, 2012 at 1142(eastern), USCG MSU Duluth contacted the SSC. Recent flooding has caused at least three residential propane tanks containing up to 500 pounds or propane to break free from their connections and were spotted floating during overflights. Although the tanks should have emptied as soon as they broke free, MSU Duluth requested worst case scenario ALOHA air plume models to gauge the threat posed by the propane if it were still in the tanks. Local winds were reportedly SE at ~7 knots."

8465,2012-06-21,MV Jireh,"Mona Island, PR",18.0678333333,-67.925,Oil,Coral|Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,,5,"On June 21, 2012, NOAA was notified of the grounding of the M/V Jireh on the west shore of Mona Island, Puerto Rico. The 200-foot vessel was reported aground this morning at 0700 local time. The vessel is hard aground on coral, rock and sand bottom. Position is reported as Lat/Lon: 18 04.07N, 067 55.5W. The USCG has requested SSC support in the response/salvage/removal effort and NRDA teams are preparing to address coral injury. "

8461,2012-06-10,Pleasure Craft Revenge,"Carrington Point, Santa Rosa Island, CA",34.0316666667,-120.04,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,250,0,"On the afternoon of 10-JUNE-2012, USCG Marine Safety Detachment Santa Barbara contacted their NOAA SSC about the vessel REVENGE that had sunk just off Carrington Point on Santa Rosa Island, CA. The REVENGE is a 40' pleasure craft with 250 gallons of diesel on board. She is not leaking at present and salvage/removal operations will commence on the morning of 11-JUNE-2012. USCG requested a precautionary ""what if"" trajectory estimate from NOAA ERD in the event the vessel leaks overnight or before salvage operations are completed."

8460,2012-06-09,M/V Monterrey,"Chiniak Bay, Kodiak, AK",57.755,-152.446666667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,8000,7,"At 0600 ADT on June 9, Sector Anchorage notified the Alaskan SSC that the 175', 495 gross tons, M/V Monterrey landing craft had grounded adjacent to Puffin Island located in Chiniak Bay, Kodiak, Alaska, at 0100, June 9. After striking an object, the vessel intentionally grounded rupturing the forward, starboard fuel tank which contained 1000 to 8000 gallons of diesel. The vessel was immediately boomed off with harbor boom and Alaska CHADEX was hired to deal with the spill. The vessel is on lease to the Army Corp of Engineers from the Navy. Coast Guard personnel from MSD Kodiak are on scene. A trajectory and weather forecast were requested from NOAA."

8458,2012-06-07,Pipeline Leak,"Off Atchafalaya Bay, LA",29.3586111111,-91.5033333333,Oil,Pipeline,Condensate and Natural Gas,,,,,,,0,"On 07JUN12, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a 8 inch natural gas pipeline that has been breached and is leaking condensate and gas. The reported position is about 6 miles offshore and in shallow waters. A 2 1/2 mile section of pipeline has been shut in and the pressure in the line is dropping. USCG is requesting a trajectory from NOAA to determine potential shoreline impacts."

8457,2012-06-06,Army Corps vessel,"NW of Eureka, CA",41.1383333333,-124.386333333,Oil,,Hydraulic Fluid,,,,,,110,0,"On the afternoon of 06-JUNE-2012, the USCG District 11 Command Center notified the NOAA SSC of an Army Corps of Engineers vessel that had reported a loss of 90-110 gallons of hydraulic fluid from one of their propellers. The release reportedly occured at 2115hrs (Local) on 05-JUNE-2012 approximately 10NM West of Patricks Point, just north of Eureka, CA. USCG D-11 intends to perform an overflight of the area and requested NOAA Trajectory support to inform their search activities."

8459,2012-06-06,Fish Market Barge Sinking,"Potomac River, Washington, DC",,,Oil,,diesel fuel,1,,,,,500,0,"BACKGROUND: On Tuesday, 05 JUN, at approx 12:45pm, Coast Guard Sector Baltimore was notified of a barge splitting in half in the fish market area of Southwest DC (Washington Channel) with oil in the water. At that time, Sector Baltimore filed an NRC report and dispatched a pollution response team. DC Fire Dept was already o/s and successfully contained the spill with approx 600ft of harbor boom. The ""barge"" is actually a permanently moored floating structure/storefront used to sell fish. The rear section of the structure collapsed, sending two fuel storage tanks into the water, each containing approx 150-200 gals of diesel fuel. Moderate media interest occurred with local DC radio and the Associated Press contacting the Coast Guard for more information. CG D5 PADET issued a press release Tuesday afternoon. No wildlife was reported to be affected. HEPACO was hired by the responsible party (a private citizen) to clean up the spill. The spill response continued through Tuesday night, though hampered by darkness and a large amount of oiled debris (wood planks, etc.) in the water from the structure collapse. DC Dept of the Environment was notified and sent inspectors to the scene. Clean-up efforts continued through the day on Wednesday however, late morning on Wednesday, HEPACO expressed concerns about the r/p's ability to pay. At that point, the USCG assumed federal responsibility for the clean-up efforts and accessed the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund for $50,000. HEPACO was hired was issued an ATP of $30,000.June 6, 2012 UPDATE: Spill response continued through the night last night and continues this morning. Both fuel tanks have been removed along with 95% of the oiled debris and recoverable product. USCG anticipates reaching an endpoint sometime later today or tomorrow. USCG Sector Baltimore's Mobile Command Post trailer is on scene and will remain on scene with Sector Baltimore personnel until the response is complete. There have been no reports of injury to wildlife and no claims of oiled vessels made to the Coast Guard at this time. "

8456,2012-05-31,CF Industries Ammonia Release,"Donaldsonville, LA",30.0977777778,-90.9555555556,Chemical,,Anhydrous Ammonia,,,,,,,0,"At 1545CDT CG MSU Baton Rouge contacted the NOAA SSC to request air plume modeling and other scientific support for a 2400lb./hr anhydrous ammonia release at the CF Industies facility in Donaldsonville, LA (on the Miss R. between New Orleans and Baton Rouge). A tornado was reported to have caused an unknown amount of damage to the facility and extinguished 3 flares (which burn off escaping vapors), each releasing 800lb/hr for a total release rate of 2400lb/hr. Releases started at 1417CDT. One flare was re-ignited at 1526CDT, but the other 2 remain releasing vapor for a total of 1600lb/hr.The immediate isolation distance is 60metres and responders should consider evacuating the general population out to 0.6km (650yds)."

8452,2012-05-29,FV ARIES sunk,"Offshore of Umpqua Bar, OR",43.6709722222222,-124.248333333333,Oil,Derelict,diesel,,,,,,400,3,"At 0330 PST The NOAA SSC was contacted about a potential spill off of the Oregon Coast, 1.5 miles offshore of Umqua River Bar entrance. The 32' wooden hull FV ARIES went down, but did not release any pollutants. The vessel has a reported 400 gallons of diesel on-board. All aboard were safety evacuated. Weather and hypothetical release trajectory were requested."

"8454,2012-05-29,Platform Fire SP 93 B,Gulf of Mexico south of Miss R. (LA),28.6616666667,-89.4083333333,Oil,,S. LA crude condensate,,,,,,2100,0,""At 1430CDT the NOAA SSC for District 8 was called by MSU Morgan City to request a trajectory forecast for a potential spill if a burning tank on a platform in the Gulf should release its contents into the Gulf. Contents of the tank are approximately 50BBL (2100gal) of south LA crude oil condensate. Tank is a possible slop tank (which would contain an mixture of various waste oils, rather than the crude condensate.)Additional information below is from the USCG message to the SSC:• Reported at 1254 by Energy XXI• 7 persons on board (all evacuated) 1 minor injury reported at this time (1345 29MAY12) of 1st to 2nd degree burns on the employees forearms. Employee is in transit to Terrebone General for treatment.• Facility is shut in and fire is contained to the open top tank for the time being. Location of facility is N 28° 39.7 W 089° 24.5 • Tank dimensions are 8 x 10 foot, capacity of the tank is 50 bbls and has approximately 20 bbls of crude condensate on board. Tank is sitting on top of grating leading to the Gulf of Mexico. • 6 vessels are actively spraying the facility with water to keep in cool. Foam will not reach the facility. • Wild well control and Oil mop are on stand by.• Crew was evacuated to SP 93 A• Facility is 82 feet off of the water and is 17 miles offshore (446 ft water depth).• Weather: Clear 85° F / 9 mile winds"""

8451,2012-05-23,Mystery Sheen,"South Marsh Island Block 112, Offshore LA",28.4133333333,-91.9227777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 23MAY2012, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen discovered by BSEE during an unrelated flight. The sheen is approximately 65 miles offshore, due south of Marsh Island. There is no known source and product chemistry is unknown. Platforms in the area were contacted and none report any release. USCG is requesting a trajectory, fate of sheen and hindcast."

8450,2012-05-22,Mystery Sheen,"Off San Diego, CA",32.72,-117.596666667,Oil,,Rainbow sheen,,,,,,,0,"On the evening of 22-MAY-2012, the USCG District-11 Command Center contacted their NOAA SSC to report a mystery sheen observed by a USCG helicopter offshore of San Diego, CA at 1814hrs (local time). The observation was described as a 3NM x 3NM rainbow sheen approximately 16.5NM west of Point Loma and approximately 5NM North of the US/Mexican border as depicted by the offshore EEZ boundary. A trajectory estimate was requested to establish whether the sheen might threaten Mexican waters."

8449,2012-05-18,Mystery Sheen West Delta 117,"28nmi SE of west side ofMiss R. Delta, LA",28.80585,-89.79,Oil,Mystery Substance,Assumed to be S LA crude at this time,,,,,,,0,"At 1530CDT USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the New Orleans SSC to request NOAA support in locating the likely source of a light sheen observed from a platform in lease block West Delta 117. Sheen was described as barely visible and 15% coverage, about 2 miles wide by at least 7 miles long (from the platform) but a helo pilot from the rig indicated it extended all the way to the shoreline near Venice, LA. NOAA ERD is providing oceanographer-modeling support to the CG."

8446,2012-05-14,Deep Sea Fire and Spill,"Whidbey Island, Penn Cove, WA",48.2277777778,-122.706388889,Oil,,Diesel,1,0,,,,3600,11,"May 12 through May 16, 2012 Washington State Department of Ecology, U.S. Coast Guard, Camano Island Fire & Rescue, and North Whidbey Fire and Rescue responded to a boat fire on the anchored 128-foot fishing vessel Deep Sea, located in Penn Cove off Whidbey Island, Saturday May 12.The Coast Guard established a 500-yard safety zone and federal, state and local authorities allowed the vessel to burn due to concerns of the vessel sinking if firefighting activities continued.On Sunday, May 14, the Deep Sea unexpectedly sank with an unknown amount of diesel fuel on board.Oil skimming vessels placed oil containment boom around the area of the sunken vessel. The Coast Guard hired Ballard Diving & Salvage Co. to plug vents and seal the vessel’s fuel tanks.However, a cracked vent allowed fuel to leak from the sunken vessel at an estimated rate of 2 gallons per minute. On May 14, some commercial shellfish operations in Penn Cove voluntarily stopped harvesting on before fuel reached nearby mussel rafts.The volume of diesel spilled from the boat grew through Monday, leaving a very thin coating of oil over the commercial operation, leading the Washington Department of Health to close the area. Recreational shellfish harvesting in Penn Cove was also temporarily closed.The oil sheen was too thin to remove from the water.Ecology has been monitoring shoreline areas for potential environmental effects from the spill. Some sheen had reached the shore in places. Ecology is analyzing water samples collected help evaluate environmental impacts from the spill.There have been no injured or killed mammals or fish observed or reported.The Washington Department of Natural Resources is developing options for salvaging the vessel.The Coast Guard has opened the federal Oil Spill Liability Fund to pay for response efforts. NOAA ERD has been requested to create trajectories for potential releases during salvage operations and to assist the WA State Department of Health in connecting to NOAA's Seafood Inspection Program for sensory testing."

8444,2012-05-11,F/V Lucky Diamond,Nearshore LA,29.4347222222,-92.2691666667,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,500,0,"At 1225 CST on 11May12, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC about a fishing vessel that was burning (now extinguished) and adrift near the coast of central Louisiana. There is a potential release of diesel fuel and USCG is seeking a trajectory for a WCD discharge. "

8445,2012-05-11,MSC Idil,59 nm north of Puerto Rico,19.4516666667,-66.1066666667,Oil,,IFO 380 & Diesel,,,,,,,0,"NOAA's Emergency Response Division office in Seattle was contacted by USCG Sector San Juan at approximately 1705 PT requesting trajectory analysis for a potential release of fuel oil from a drifting vessel. The MSC Idil, a container ship, experienced an explosion on board and is now adrift at 19deg 27.1min North / 66deg 06.4min West. The vessel is reported to have 244 metric tons of IFO 380 and 207 metric tons of diesel fuel on board. Vessel is approximately 59 nm north of San Juan Puerto Rico."

8443,2012-05-11,T/S Yare,"88 NM South of Andros Island, Bahamas",22.1885,-77.2773333333,Oil,Grounding,crude oil,,,,,,10290000,0,"A 750 foot Venezuelan tanker, the Yare, grounded 88 nm south of Andros Island, Bahamas on 10 May 2012 at approximately 1500 EST. The vessel is reported to be carrying a cargo of 245,000 barrels of crude oil plus an unknown quantity of ship's diesel fuel. The vessel is reported to be aground the entire length of the hull. No spill has been reported. USCG is monitoring and conducting an overflight of the area this morning (5/11/12). NOAA SSC has been asked to provide a trajectory, weather FT and oil fate info."

8440,2012-05-09,Makah F/V aground,"Neah Bay, WA",48.3946166667,-124.653466667,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,100,0,"NOAA SSC was contacted 1230 PST May 9 by Olympic National Sanctuary about a Makah Fishing Vessel aground just west of Neah Bay in the sanctuary. No pollutants have been released, and all persons that were on board have been evacuated safely. Requested was tides, currents, and localized weather forecast for salvage planning purposes. USCG D13 also contacted SSC requesting possible pollution impacts if any diesel were released. Potential for 50-100 gallon diesel release."

8441,2012-05-09,Mystery Sheen,"Willamette River, OR",45.3565555556,-122.612027778,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"SSC was notified by USCG Sector Columbia River of a mystery sheen in the Willamette River, extending from Oregon City Falls north to Milwaukie in Oregon (just south of Portland). There is not a known source, amount, or type of oil. Sheen is being reported as ""grey and weathered"". Sector Columbia River is looking for a trajectory of where the oil may go and guidance on what should be protected."

8442,2012-05-09,Platform Elly sheen,"Off Huntingon Beach, CA",33.5822222222,-118.1275,Oil,Pipeline,Huntington Beach crude & produced water,,,,,,882,0,"On the evening of 09-May-2012, USCG Sector LA/Long Beach contacted their NOAA SSC regarding a cracked overflow pipe on Platform Elly (approx. 7.5NM off Huntingon Beach, CA) that was discharging a small amount of visible sheen. Release rate is reported as approximately 2-3 gallons per day and patching of the pipe is scheduled to commence early tomorrow morning. In the meantime, a precautionary ("what if") trajectory estimate has been requested in the event the patching operations encounter difficulties."

8439,2012-05-07,Pipeline Release,"Near Mississippi River Delta, LA",29.1105277778,-89.3755555556,Oil,Pipeline,LA Sweet Crude Oil,1,,,,,546,0,"At 2000 CST on 07MAY12, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a pipeline release of LA sweet crude oil that occurred at 0800 the same day. The situation has stabilized and the pipeline is secure. USCG has been on scene and an OSRO has been hired by the RP. Overflight occurred at 1430 CST today and spotted a 10mi sheen moving NW along the coast. USCG has request a trajectory for sheen position at daylight tomorrow."

8438,2012-05-04,"M/V Anna Mersk, Leaking Container","Seattle, WA",47.5811111111,-122.353055556,Chemical,,Dodecylaniline,,,,,,,0,"NOAA SSC contacted 1400 PST May 4 about leaking container at Terminal 18 on Harbor Island in Seattle WA. There is a container aboard M/V Anna Mersk with a slow, small leak. It is confirmed that there are 80 barrels of DODECYLANILINE inside the container. Container has been leaking since afternoon of May 3. At this time no chemical has entered the water, but is contained within the vessel holding areas. WA State Ecology, USCG, and clean-up contractors are on scene. PPE level B has been presribed. USCG has requested phone support regarding any human health issues or potential issues if substance were released into the water."

8448,2012-05-03,M/V Skyroyal,"Near Honolulu, HI",20.8855555555556,-138.451666666667,Other,,Potential reaction of bulk cargo of Direct Reduced Iron,,,,,,,0,"USCG D14 notified the NOAA SSC that the morning of May 3, the M/V SKYROYAL contacted the Coast Guard regarding increasing temperatures in two of its cargo holds. The vessel was carrying bulk Direct Reduced Iron, used in steel manufacturing. This product can react exothermically, generating heat and potentially igniting if it gets hot enough. The vessel was 1100 nm from Honolulu en route to China from Panama and was not intending to come to Hawaii, but notified the USCG in case it needed to make an emergency call. NOAA ERD was asked for information about Direct Reduced Iron.Based on subsequent information and technical analysis provided to the USCG from the shipper, the situation stabilized. The temperatures, which had been approximately 15 degrees centigrade above normal at the time of initial notification, ceased increasing and began decreasing slowly. The shipper reported that it considered this temperature fluctuation normal behavior for this cargo. The vessel did not come into Hawaii."

8437,2012-05-02,RowanXL-1 rig/TV FR8 Pride,"Port Aransas, TX channel",27.8183333333,-97.0083333333,Oil,Collision,hydraulic fluid and crude (potential),,,,,,,0,"At around 1000CDT the NOAA SSC was contacted regarding a collision in the Port Aransas TX shipping channel between a 750' tanker vessel (TV FR8 Pride) and a jack-up rig Rowan XL-1 at 0700CDT on 2May2012. The only discharge at this time is an unknown but small amount of hydraulic fluid creating a small sheen. USCG has indicated that they do not expect a larger release, and no discharge is reported from the tanker.NOAA SSC is coordinating with Sector Corpus Christi, but no direct science support from NOAA has been requested at this time."

8436,2012-04-29,Mystery Sheen,"South Timbalier Block 23, LA",29.0041666667,-90.1077777778,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"The USCG Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC this evening about a sheen in Timbalier Block 23. The sheen was reported to be a 2 mi X 100 ft silvery sheen heading NW. The location was about 6 miles from shore, to the southwest of Timbalier Bay. A trajectory analysis was requested."

8433,2012-04-24,M/V Pacific Sea adrift,"Off Point Arena, CA",38.755,-124.015,Oil,Adrift,,,,,,,,0,"At 2047 hours (Pacific) USCG Sector San Francisco contacted the NOAA SSC to request a drift estimate for the inbound M/V Pacific Sea, a 623 foot bulk cargo carrier that had lost propulsion and adrift approximately 17nm Southwest of Point Arena, CA. Attempts are presently underway to get her under tow. She is accompanied by a tow vessel and the USCG Cutter Sockeye. Sector San Francisco requested a drift estimate."

8432,2012-04-18,Mystery Sheen,"Timbalier Bay, LA",29.1723333333,-90.4488333333,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 18APR12, USCG Houma contacted NOAA SSC about a mystery sheen in Timbalier Bay reported by a good Samaritan helicopter. The sheen is reported to be 5mi by 3mi rainbow sheen with a 50yrd by 100yrd black area on the leading edge. The quantity, product and source are unknown. USCG is seeking a trajectory."

8431,2012-04-14,F/V Lady Myrtle,US/Canada Border (Maine/New Brunswick),44.7916666667,-66.875,Oil,,Diesel,0,,,,,250,0,"First and Final Report: April 12, 2012: The Canadian Coast Guard reported to the US Coast Guard (protocol under the CANUSLANT agreement) a fishing vessel on fire and adrift just north of the US border and drifting south. All crew members were rescued and are unharmed. The vessel was carrying about 250 gallons of fuel. The US Coast Guard requested that NOAA estimate the drift and predict the location of the landfall. This was done (see separate entry) and it was estimated that the vessel would make landfall in Canada on the northeast corner of Grand Manan Island, southern Bay of Fundy. By mid-afternoon, the Canadian Coast Guard had secured the vessel and was towing the burned wreck to shore. Case Closed"

8429,2012-04-09,M/V Overseas Beryl,"Near New Orleans, LA",29.923256,-89.939554,Oil,,#6 Fuel Oil,1,1,,,,147000,5,"At 0110CST on 10APR12, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC about a vessel releasing #6 fuel oil into the Mississippi River at mile marker 86.7. The incident began at about 2030CST on 09APR12. The vessel is moored and source is not secure. A ballast water overboard discharge pipe, that runs through a fuel tank, developed a hole and is pulling oil into the pipe and overboard by Venturi effect. Worse case possible discharge is the tank capacity of 3,500 bbls. USCG is requesting a trajectory."

8421,2012-03-19,"TUG INVADER, Vigor Marine Shipyard","Everett, WA",47.9814444444,-122.218055556,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,60000,0,"NOAA SSC contacted 1200 PST by USCG to provide trajectory support to situation at Vigor Marine Shipyard in Everett, WA. Tug Invader is partially submerged after the dry dock began sinking on Saturday evening, 17 March, and stopped at approximately 0000 Sunday, 18 March, when it made contact with the sea floor. The Invader is not leaking at this time. USCG has requested a trajectory with a 60,000 gallon diesel potential release."

8420,2012-03-17,"BOA Pipeline Strike, Barataria Pass","Near Grand Isle, LA",29.2789366667,-89.953875,Oil,Pipeline,Crude,1,1,,,,,0,"At 1224 CST on 17MAR, USCG Sector New Orleans contact NOAA SSC about a thick black sheen (1 mi by 1 mi) discovered by USCG personnel working in the vicinity. A jack-up rig dropped their spuds onto a pipeline earlier this morning causing an uncontrolled release of crude oil. The release has been for at least 3 hours and continues unsecured. Trajectory analysis has been requested."

8419,2012-03-16,Burning Platform,"Off Empire, LA",29.4575,-89.3930555556,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,5000,0,"At 1700 CST, on 16MAR, USCG contact NOAA SSC about a platform on fire. A small platform fire broke out on Baptiste Collette Bayou due to welding near a storage tank of crude oil. Three people vacated the platform and no one is believed to still be on it. A Port Authority boat from the Coast Guard is on the scene. There has been no oil released at this point, but USCG has requested a trajectory for the full release of the storage tank."

8416,2012-03-14,Pipeline Release,"Near Grand Isle, LA",29.3197222222,-89.9691666667,Oil,Pipeline,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"At 1340 CST on 14MAR, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA SSC about support for a sheen resulting from an break in a pipeline. USCG did not know what product was released, size/orientation of the sheen or amount released. An overflight is scheduled for later this afternoon. USCG is seeking a trajectory to guide the overflight."

8415,2012-03-10,F/V CHEVELLE grounding with diesel leaking,"Yaquina Bay, OR",44.6116666667,-124.08,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,4000,0,"NOAA SSC notified 2100 PST of a Fishing Vessel aground on northern tip of jetty for entrance to Yaquina Bay, Oregon. Vessel is leaking diesel, at most 3000-4000 gallons. USCG requested trajectory support from NOAA ERD."

8414,2012-03-09,Leaking container,"Harbor Island, Seattle,WA",47.5716027778,-122.349469444,Chemical,,Mining Intermediate S-7909,,,,,,4000,0,"At 1630 PST USCG Sector Puget Sound contacted NOAA SSC regarding a leaking container on a ship on Harbor Island, WA. The container had been on the pier, and was moved into the hold of the ship before it was noticed that it was leaking. The substance is being referred to as, ""S-7079 Mining Intermediate"", CAS 64742-47-8. The leak is assumed to be secure, however, there is a potential for 4000gallons. The substance leaked into nearby waters, and has contaminated the ship. NOAA has been asked to advise on toxicity levels as it pertains to response crew safety. Clean-up contractors have been called."

8410,2012-02-29,Garden Island Bay Barge hits old well,"Garden Island Bay, Miss R Delta, LA",29.0909,-89.1636,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil condensate,,,,,,700,0,"At 1030am CST on 29Feb2012, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the D-8 SSC to request science support (trajectory forecast, satellite imagery) for a crude oil (condensate) release in Garden Island Bay, Plaquemins Parish, LA starting at 1900CST, 27Feb2012. The discharge is estimated as 700gallons and has been secured and isolation booming is complete. NOAA support is requested in support of shoreline assessment (SCAT)."

8409,2012-02-27,Mystery Sheen,"South Marsh Island Block 223, LA",29.4083333333333,-91.9922222222222,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"On 27FEB at 1530 CST, MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC for trajectory support for a mystery sheen. At 1430 CST, USCG received a report of a mystery sheen with dimensions of 5mi by 1/4mi located at 29-24-30N 091-59-32W, South Marsh Island Block 223. The orientation of the sheen and location of lat/long relative to the sheen was not given."

8405,2012-02-21,F/V PLAN B,Southern Maine,43.2863333333,-70.2745,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"At approximately 1100 EST today (2/21/12) the Fishing Vessel ""Plan B"" sank off the coast of southern Maine, about 8 miles to sea. USCG reported a sheen of approximately 200 yards square and request more information on the fate of the oil. "

8404,2012-02-19,Calcium Chloride ,120nm off TX,27.3958333333333,-94.4522222222222,Chemical,Pipeline,Calcium Chloride,,,,,,85050,0,"On 19FEB12 USCG Texas City contact NOAA SSC about a calcium chloride release of 2,025 bbl at ~3600 ft below the sea surface. The chemical is not a regulated substance and is of little environmental impact. The concern from USCG was related to the proximity to National Marine Sanctuary Flower Gardens (~50nm away). After consulting previous Responselink Hotlines and a chemist, NOAA SSC confirmed USCG suspicions that this release would not likely impact the Flower Gardens and that there is little environmental impact anticipated. Calcium Chloride is an inorganic salt that will slowly distribute along the seabed and slowly dissolve into seawater with no long term toxicity. The NRC reported is posted and this hotline will be closed out."

8403,2012-02-17,Barge SMI 30020,"New Orleans, LA",30.0483333333,-90.5902777778,Oil,Collision,Crude Oil,1,1,,,,11340,2,On 17FEB12 at 0330 CST USCG Sector New Orleans IMD contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a release associated with tug and barge colliding with another tug and barge. This incident occurred at approx 0130 CST at Mississippi River mile marker 140 in St John the Baptist Parish (New Orleans is 27 miles away as the crow flies and at river mile marker 105). There is estimated to be 270 bbl of crude oil (chemistry unknown) in the water and trajectory is requested.

8402,2012-02-15,Condensate Sheen,"South Marsh Block 236, LA",29.3333333333,-92.0,Oil,Pipeline,Condensate,,,,,,,0,"On 15FEB12 USCG Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a mystery sheen reported at 0745 CST. The sheen is reported as 9mi long and 100 ft wide. It is unknown where in the sheen is in relation to the provided lat/long. There was no initial information related to sheen orientation, product released, source or follow-up information beyond NRC report. During subsequent conversations, the source was determined to be a natural gas pipeline and sheen is produced from condensate. USCG is seeking trajectory to determine shoreline impacts."

8401,2012-02-02,Leaking Pipeline,"Timbalier, LA",28.9397222222,-90.3558333333,Oil,Pipeline,Natural Gas and Condensate,,,,,,,0,"On 02FEB12, USCG contacted NOAA SSC about a ruptured natural gas pipeline 7nm south of Timbalier Island in South Timbalier Block 37 (28-56-23N 090-21-21W, NRC#1001902). An associated sheen was reported as 4mi by 15 ft (NRC report stated 1 mile). The flowrate is unknown. The depth is about 50 feet. USCG is requesting trajectory and shoreline impact analysis. "

8400,2012-02-02,Tank Overflow,"Galveston, TX",29.1455555556,-94.8305555556,Oil,,,,,,,,1386,0,"On 02FEB12, USCG contacted NOAA SSC about a storage tank on a platform overflowed in off Galveston Island, TX. The initial reports came from good Samaritan aviators in the area at 0400 CST. The RP contacted USCG about 0700 and reported that the source point was secure. USCG is seeking a trajectory for 50 barrels and a Resources at Risk report. "

8399,2012-01-28,FV Kimberly grounding,"Shelikof Strait, Alaska",57.55,-155.0,Oil,Grounding,"diesel, hydraulic fluid, lube oil, antifreeze",,,,,,2400,1,"This is only a potential spill. In the middle of the night of Jan. 25, 2012, the FV Kimberly was forced aground by weather with winds gusting to over 100 knots on the West side of Shelikof Strait in Jute Bay. The vessel owner reports that there are approximately 1900 gal. of diesel, 400 gal. of hydraulic oil, 70 gal. of lubricating oil, and 25 gallons of antifreeze on board. The owner of the vessel reports that it was not taking on water when they abandoned the vessel even though the vessel had been blown a considerable distance up the primarily sandy beach. The USCG rescued the 4 crew members from the grounding. The RP is working with Magone Marine Services to develop a plan for removal of the fluids and any other hazardous substances from the vessel once weather permits. The RP will then evaluate options and develop a plan for removal of the vessel from State tidelands"

8398,2012-01-27,Floating Barrel,"Port Aransas, TX",27.7333333333,-96.7166666667,Oil,Marine Debris,Barrel,,,,,,55,0,"On 27JAN12 at 17:30, USCG Sector Corpus Christi contacted NOAA SSC about a report that came in at 16:00 of a 55 gl barrel floating in the Gulf of Mexico. The barrel has approx 1 inch exposed above the water's surface. The barrel has no markings and unknown contents. USCG is requesting a trajectory model."

8397,2012-01-24,Mystery Sheen,"Point A La Hache, Plaquemines Parish, LA",29.6166666666667,-89.8,Oil,Mystery Substance,Oil,,,,,,,0,"On 24JAN12 at 0730, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted NOAA SSC for support with a mystery sheen. It was reported to Sector New Orleans Command Center by an anonymous caller that a several mile long sheen was observed near Point A La Hache, Plaquemines Parish at 1555 on 23JAN12. IMD was also notified via NRC report 1001087. The sheen was described as several miles long of an unknown color from an unknown source. IMD requested satellite imagery from NOAA of the area reported during the time of the incident."

8396,2012-01-20,Mystery Sheen,"Grand Isle, LA",29.0430555556,-90.1194444444,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On Friday, 20 Jan, at 13:30 USCG MSU Morgan City contacted NOAA SSC in regards to a mystery sheen reported south of Grand Isle, LA. Sheen is reported being 4.5 miles offshore in Grand Isle Block 37 and approximately 6 mi by 1 mi in size, traveling in a north-east direction along the shore. Chemistry of sheen is not known and source of sheen is not known. USCG request trajectory report to determine shoreline impact."

8392,2012-01-08,Sodium Hydroxide Barge,"Mississippi River, LA",30.0333333333,-90.8333333333,Chemical,,Sodium Hydroxide,,,,,,240,0,"USCG Sector NOLA contacted the NOAA SSC on 01/08 at 21:55 in relation to a release of sodium hydroxide (solution 50%). A small quantity was released during cargo transfer operation at Mississippi River Mile Marker 161 - near Chatman Town, LA - approximately half way between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. A review of the fate and effects were requested."

8391,2012-01-06,Mystery Sheen,"South Marsh Island Block 239, LA",29.3191666667,-91.9156666667,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,1,0,"USCG MSU Morgan City, LA contacted the NOAA SSC about a sheen from a well located at 29 deg 19.15 min N 091 deg 54.94 min W that produced a silvery sheen of 4 miles by 20 feet in the South Marsh Island Block 239. The wellhead is secure and not releasing any more oil. The sheen is presumed to be moving with the wind in a northerly direction. Quantity not known. USCG is looking for a trajectory to determine if shoreline impacts can be expected."

8390,2011-12-30,Mystery spill,"Orofino, ID",46.4803277777778,-116.257355555556,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,0,"EPA made a courtesy notification to NOAA ERD on Friday, Dec 30 at 1440 to report a mystery spill on the Clearwater River in Orofino, ID. At this time, there is just a drip from the sand. The source, amount spilled, and type of fuel/oil is unknown. The spill is contained with boom, and EPA is working with the state to identify the source. No action is required of NOAA ERD."

8389,2011-12-21,Russian icebreaker Tanker Renda,"Winter fuel delivery to Nome, Alaska",64.4906777778,-165.446005556,Oil,,#1 diesel and gasoline ,,,,,,1500000,31,"No spill just an extremely engaging, but potentially risky marine event. Ever since last Wed. Dec. 21, the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator has been meeting daily with U.S. Coast Guard District (Juneau, AK) and Sector Anchorage personnel and from the NOAA NWS Alaska office to plan for and to monitor the Russian icebreaker tanker, as it gradually makes it way to Nome, Alaska, through 300 miles of the Bering Sea ice pack to make a crucial delivery of winter fuel. More details in first entry to this Hotline. "

8385,2011-12-18,Tug Nathan Stewart & Tanker Barge Adrift,NE Gulf of Alaska,58.46,-138.365,Oil,,#1 diesel and Aviation gas,,,,,,2500000,0,"Sector Juneau notified the AK SSC at 1600 on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, that the tug, Nathan E. Stewart operated by KC Transportation, and associated double-hulled fuel barge,DVL-55, were adrift off of Cape Fairweather in the NE Gulf of Alaska. The tug lost its starboard engine and its port engine was performing erratically and could only be used for emergencies. The barge has 2.5M gallons of #1 diesel and 1000 gallons of aviation gas. As of 1320 LT, the T&B position was 58° 27.6'N, 138° 21.9'W and gale force gusts were pushing the T&B parallel to the shore towards the NW. A Spot weather forecast was initiated with the Juneau NWS forecast office. Fortuitously, the tub barge TB Le Chevel Rouse was available from Hawk Inlet in northern SE Alaska to rush to the scene. It successfully towed the Nathan Stewart with its tanker barge to Skagway, Alaska, where repairs and other needed services were rendered. "

8379,2011-12-07,M/V Morning Cedar,"Aleutian Islands, Alaska",52.3466666667,-178.61,Oil,,diesel and bunker C,,,,,,287000,0,"The crew of the M/V Morning Cedar reported the loss of steering to the USCG on Dec. 5, 2011 and was adrift 10 miles north of Tanaga Island in the Aleutian, more than 1200 miles SW of Anchorage. The vessel crew has reported to the CG that there is some type of steering casualty and that the crew was not able to make repairs while they were underway. Shortly, thereafter, CG Sector Anchorage requested the SSC to initiate a SPOT weather forecast from the NWS. No spill has occurred. The vessel is a 656 ft long Singapore registered vessel with 23 crew members aboard. The USCG reports that the vessel's cargo is packaged lumber and that there are 227,000 gallons of bunker C oil and 60,000 gallons of diesel on board. As of Dec. 6, the vessel was drifting in a northwest direction away from land and is projected to continue to drift to the north for the next day. After flying in some Norwegian engineers - to Anchorage, Adak, and then via CG helo to the MV Morning Cedar - temporary repairs were accomplished on the rudder. This allowed the vessel a modicum of steerage, by using the bow thruster in conjunction with main engine and fixed rudder, to control the vessel and motor at a higher speed. Hence, the CG ordered the vessel to motor to Dutch Harbor, where it arrived on Sun. morning, Dec. 11, 2011, to make permanent vessel steerage repairs. The tug Guardsmen as well as the CGC Sherman will stand by until the CG has fully inspected and approved these repairs.Case ClosedJohn Whitney, NOAA Alaska SSC"

8374,2011-11-12,Truck Roll-Over,"Clearwater River, ID",46.6392138888889,-121.387719444444,Oil,,diesel and gasoline,,,,,,3700,0,"EPA Region 10 has notified the NOAA SSC for the Northwest that a truck has rolled over off of Highway 12 at Milepost 152, adjacent to the Clearwater River. The truck's fuel tanks are punctured and leaking, though no product has reached the river yet. The potential release is estimated to be 1700 gallons of gasoline and 2000 gallons of diesel. NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service has been notified. "

8373,2011-11-08,Sinking Barge,"Offshore, Miami, FL",25.65,-79.75,Other,,,,,,,,,5,"On Tuesday, November 8, 2011, the U.S Coast Guard contacted NOAA ERD regarding a sinking deck barge off Miami Beach that has been disabled since Monday afternoon. The barge, loaded with 33 containers on deck, is taking on water and is partially submerged. The containers are reported to be empty. The tug towing the barge is also disabled and adrift. Response vessels are attempting to dewater the barge. "

8372,2011-11-02,Oak Creek Power Station,"Western Lake Michigan, south of Milwaukee, WI",42.8444444444,-87.8286111111,Other,,Fly Ash,,,,,,,0,"On Oct 31, 2011 a landslide of about 25,000 cubic yards of fly ash along the western shore of Lake Michigan resulted an unknown quality of fly ash entering Lake Michigan. "

8371,2011-10-30,Sunken barge carrying caustic soda,"Mississippi River, mile marker 81",37.6501583333,-89.5152666667,Chemical,,50% solution of Sodium Hydroxide,,,,,,,0,"At ~0200 on 10/30/2011, a barge carrying a 50% solution of caustic soda (NAOH) grounded and sank near mile marker 81 on the Mississippi River near the Grand Tower boat ramp south of Chester IL. At the time of notification, the exact amount aboard was unknown, but was described as ""fully loaded"". It is not thought to be leaking. USCG MSU Paducah contacted the SSC for information regarding the chemical nature and safety considerations of NAOH."

8368,2011-10-14,M/V Justin,"Alki Point, Washington",47.5205194444,-122.401419444,Oil,,Diesel and lude oils,1,1,,0,0,300,5,"At 1005 on October 14, 2011, USCG contacted the NOAA HDO and requested trajectory support for a sunken vessel off Alki Point, Seattle, WA. The 73 foot landing craft has 50 gallons of lube oil and 300 gallons of diesel on board. Salvage team is en route"

8367,2011-10-11,C/V Edfu,"near mouth of Columbia River, OR",46.1856111111,-124.276555556,Oil,,Fuel oil and diesel,,,,,,98000,0,"USCG Sector Portland contacted NOAAs Emergency Response Division at 1530 local time on Oct. 11, 2011 to report that the C/V Edfu is disabled and currently anchored off the coast of Oregon undergoing engine repairs. Its location was given as: 46°11'08.2""N--124°16'35.6""W, which is about 10 miles from land off the mouth of the Columbia River. It is reported to be carrying about 98,000 gallons of fuel oil, and 2,800 gallons of diesel fuel. We were asked for a trajectory analysis for a potential release of oil at about 1700 today."

9318,2011-10-05,M/V Rena,"Tauranga, New Zealand",-37.56,176.39,Oil,Grounding,"Mixed fuel oil, hazmat, and marine debris",,,,,,,0,"On October 5, 2011, the Container Ship M/V Rena ran aground on Astrolabe Reef off the coast of Tauranga in New Zealand. The ship was carrying 1,368 containers, eight of which contained hazardous materials, as well as 1,700 tonnes of heavy fuel oil and 200 tonnes of marine diesel oil. This hotline was opened to capture documents related to the incident."

8364,2011-09-27,F/V Phyllis aground,"South shore of Santa Cruz Island, CA",33.9871333333,-119.648166667,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,300,0,"On the morning of 27SEP2011, the F/V Phyllis ran aground on the south shore of Santa Cruz Island, CA, within the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary and the Channel Islands National Park boundaries. The vessel is believed to be carrying approximately 300 gallons of diesel fuel on board though no release has been observed at this time. USCG Sector LA/LB contacted their NOAA SSC and requested trajectory support."

8361,2011-09-21,Crowley Barge Adrift,"Diomede Islands, AK",65.7852777778,-168.978333333,Oil,Adrift,aviation fuel,,,,,,140000,0,"An unmanned US-flagged barge carrying 140,000 gallons of aviation fuel broke free from the US-flagged Towing Vessel SINUK in the Bering Straits near the Diomede Islands. The tug has been unable to reacquire the barge due to weather conditions (46 mph winds, 10-15 foot seas). The Towing Vessel SINUK is shadowing the barge and providing hourly updates on position, weather, and intentions. The US-flagged Towing Vessel SIKU is enroute to nearby Wales, AK to provide additional support if needed. NOAA ERD is standing by to provide scientific support include vessel drift information. The freely drifting barge was successfully guided south through the Bering Straits where the SIKU was able to corral the barge and successfully tow it to Port Clarence for repairs and services. Case closed. "

8360,2011-09-15,Mystery slick,"North end of Barataria Bay, La.",29.3877777778,-89.8661111111,Oil,Mystery Substance,oil,,,,,,100,1,"At 1030 CDT, Sept 15, 2011 there was a report of a 1 mile by 1/2 mile slick at the north end of Barataria Bay. The CG asked if we could help locate the source."

8357,2011-09-13,Drifting Telephone Poles,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",28.4408333333,-90.685,Other,,telephone poles,,,,,,0,1,"Around mid-day 13Sep11 USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the NOAA SSC to request a trajectory for a bundle of telephone poles drifting in the Gulf of Mexico 40 miles south of Timbalier Bay, LA. Coast Guard considers the poles a hazard to navigation and potentially to any oil platforms or other structures they may impact. An approximate drift forecast was provided, although uncertainty is high due to minimal information available about the configuration and size of the bundle."

8358,2011-09-11,Cedyco Manila Village Spill,"Bayou Dupont, LA",29.51055,-89.98611,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,,,,,10500,0,"The Coast Guard is responding to a report of crude oil discharge in Bayou Dupont and north Barataria Bay. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received a report at 2:05 pm on Sept. 11, 2011 from a Plaquemine's Parish operator, that a pipeline from a platform was leaking crude oil into Bayou Dupont and north Barataria Bay. A second leak was located in a 2 inch flow line attached to a wellhead associated with this platform. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans is coordinating response efforts with Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office (LOSCO), Louisiana State Police, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LADEQ), Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LAWLF), and Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (LDNR). Two responders from the Coast Guard Gulf Strike Team are also on scene providing technical assistance. The USCG has requested assistance from NOAA to provide oil trajectory support and on-scene environmental assessment."

8351,2011-09-01,Storage Tank Rupture,"Mobile River, AL",30.7172222222,-88.0386111111,Oil,,Heavy fuel oil,,,,,,42000,0,"At approximately 0800ET on September 1, 2011 the NOAA SSC was contacted by Sector Mobile regarding a spill of an estimated 1000 bbls of heavy fuel oil. Source is a ruptured storage tank at an asphalt company in Mobile, AL. The tank was reported to have 3000 bbls of product released with 1000 bbls going into the Mobile River. Time of occurrence was 0030 Sept. 1 local time. The USCG has closed the waterway to vessel traffic from Cochrane Bridge(MM 5) HWY 90 to McDuffie Coal Terminal (MM 0). The USCG has requested a spill trajectory, tides and currents, and resources at risk summary."

8353,2011-08-31,Capital Terminal,"East Providence, RI",41.8284416666667,-71.3744305555555,Oil,Pipeline,diesel,1,0,,,,160000,0,"On the morning of Aug 31st, a construction vehicle struck a high pressure oil transfer line at the Capital Terminal in East Providence, RI while a barge was off-loading and created a geyser of oil that first sprayed approximately a 1 acre area and then, once the valves were closed (5-6 minutes), leaked onto the ground. The estimated aerial release was approximately 40-50 thousand gallons of diesel fuel and the remaining flow is yet to be determined, but could bring the total to over 100K. Virtually the entire release is confined to the land, either in the spray area or in a quickly constructed dike area. Only minor sheens have been reported in the Seekonk River. Gross oil recovery is nearly complete and gauging is in progress to determine the amount released. Assessments are in progress o determine the amount of oil remaining in the soil on top of the water table. NOAA is assisting in estimating the evaporation amounts and ultimately the mass balance so that the amount remaining in the nearby soil can be approximated."

8350,2011-08-31,F/V Midnight Hour,"Approx 1nm off the West End of Santa Catalina Island, CA",33.4666666667,-118.625,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"At approximately 2145hours (local) on 30AUG2011, the 61’ F/V Midnight Hour sank approximately 1nm off of Eagle Rock near the west End of Santa Catalina Island, CA. The vessel owner/operator reported that approximately 500 gallons of diesel were on-board, but the vessel had the capacity for up to 3,000 gallons. The vessel sank too quickly to provide an exact position and it is not known whether the vessel is leaking fuel at this time. However, USCG Sector LA/LB contacted their local NOAA SSC at 0213hrs on 31AUG2011 for trajectory support, to estimate the potential for shoreline impacts and to assist during their morning overflight of the area."

8348,2011-08-24,Hurricane Irene,"East Coast, US",37.5885,-76.1811111111,Oil,Hurricane,,,,,,,,0,This hotline is being opened to capture information related to Hurricane Irene. The Storm is currently a category 2 but is expecting to intensify

8346,2011-08-23,Mystery slick,"17 miles offshore Port Arthur, TX",29.467,-92.8026666667,Oil,Mystery Substance,unknown,,,,,,,0,"A 15 mile by 1 mile slick of oil was reported from a platform approximately 17 miles offshore from Port Arthur, TX at 0900 (local) Aug 23 2011. USCG is conducting an overflight to investigate and will obtain a sample. "

8345,2011-08-20,Mystery Sheen in Block MC-252-19Aug11,Gulf of Mexico Lease Block Mississippi Canyon 252,28.7,-88.4,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown but suspect natural seep,,,,,,,0,"The NOAA SSC for CG District 8 was contacted at 1300EDT on 20Aug11 to request assistance in identifying potential sources for a sheen of unknown description 1 mi. long by 50ft wide that has persisted in lease block Mississippi Canyon 252 since Friday, 19Aug11 in the same approximate location.The NOAA SSC spoke BOEMRE regarding potential sources for such a sheen (of unknown color/description) at that location. BOEMRE indicated that there is a known natural seep within 6 mi of the Macondo well. The seep is a prime suspect for such a small sheen, but of course it could also be a small leak from the Macondo well also, or any other structure in that area. Further, any leak from a sea floor source in that depth could surface miles away depending on any currents within the entire water column."

8344,2011-08-19,Texas City #6 fuel spill,"Texas City, Galveston Bay",29.3702222222,-94.8905305556,Oil,,#6 fuel Oil,,,,,,2100,0,"At 2335 hour on Friday, August 19, NOAA HDO, Bushy, received a call from USCG Galveston concerning a 50 bbl fuel transfer spill that occurred at 1753 CDT on Friday, Aug 19, 2011 at a Texas City dock. "

8341,2011-08-15,Anacostia River,"Washington, DC",38.8807277777778,-76.9717638888889,Oil,,Unknown oil,,,,,,1000,2,"At 2330 hour on Monday, August 15, SSC received notification from USCG Sector Baltimore about an 8-9 mile long oil sheen being reported in the Anacostia River. Preliminary information reports heaviest concentration between 11th Street Bridge and New York Avenue Bridge. Washington Fire Dept on-scene. Product type, source, and amount unknown at this time. USCG Pollution Investigation Team on-scene. NPF opened. Aerial overflight scheduled at first light. SSC waiting for additional information from USCG. Incident is being followed by local media according to USCG."

8339,2011-08-06,T/V Sea Falcon,"Delaware Bay, Delaware",38.94,-75.12,Oil,Grounding,Basra light crude oil,,,,,,22008000,3,"The NOAA SSC was notified this morning at 0500 by the HDO of an incident in Delaware Bay. On the morning of August 6, 2011, the T/V Sea Falcon, an 824 foot long doubble hull vessel carrying 524,000 bbls of crude oil ran aground in Big Stone Anchorage in Delaware Bay, offshore of Cape May, NJ. No pollution has been reported. Cause Unknown. SSC has been coordinating with USCG Sector Delaware Bay. USCG requested trajectory, weather, and RAR. "

8331,2011-07-07,F/V Copacetic sinking,"Puget Pt, NW Gulf of Alaska",59.9166666667,-148.45,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,2200,0,"USCG reported that the F/V Copacetic sank at about 4pm yesterday, apparently due to a rogue wave. The crew have been reported as rescued and safe. The vessel is a 56 foot wooden fishing vessel. It is said to be carrying 2200 gal. diesel fuel.The vessel sank approximately 43 Miles east of Seward just off Cape Puget in 160 feet of water, at the location 59°55'N--148°27'W. That location is about 1.8 miles south of Cape Puget, in about 180 feet of water. Coast Guard has requested NOAA to provide possible scenarios and trajectory for possible fuel release from the vessel. No significant RAR were identified in the vicinity that might be oiled a sudden or slow release of the fuel. Hence it was decided to not pursue any further actions or remediation, and the case was closed.The seas were reported to be about 2' wind waves, plus swell, at the time of the incident.It is not known if any sheen was observed either yesterday or today."

8330,2011-06-29,Sheen report,"Off San Diego, CA",32.6116666667,-117.4305,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown substance,,,,,,,0,"During mid-morning of 29 June 2011, USCG Sector San Diego contacted the NOAA Hazmat Duty Officer about a 27mile sheen report offshore. Follow-up information indicated that the report had originated from a Customs & Border Patrol overflight at 0830hrs (Pacific) describing a 27mile by 1,000 foot feature that was "blue-gray" in color starting at 32deg 36.400N, 117deg 57.850W and continuing to 32deg 36.700N, 117deg 25.830W. A separate vessel report of a fuel smell in the vicinity was provided during the early afternoon. Sector San Diego requested NOAA trajectory support to direct an overflight at 1700hrs and to get a sense of approximate time and location of landfall, in the event the reported feature persists. NESDIS also obtained imagery from two satellite passes during the day that appeared consistent with an anomaly in the area. "

8329,2011-06-26,Tug Aries,"95 miles east of St. Paul, Alaska",56.8,-167.383333333333,Oil,,"Diesel Fuel, Lube Oil, Hydraulic Oil",,,,,,29000,0,"On June 26, 2011, the NOAA Duty Officer was notified of the sinking of the 68-foot tugboat Aries in the Bering Sea approximately 95 miles east of St. Paul Island. St Paul is one of the Pribilof Islands, and is about 750 miles west of Anchorage. All 4 crew members were rescued. The Tug is sunken in about 300 feet of water, and there is a potential of 29,000 gallons of diesel. A sheen was reported on the surface. On Monday, June 27, USCG requested a trajectory for the fuel oil believed to be leaking from the vessel. Rate is unknown at this time. The tug was towing a barge carrying a mobile home and construction equipment. The barge was anchored to keep it from drifting. Another tug is en route and expected to arrive this afternoon. At the sunken tug location of approximately 100 nm ESE of St. Paul and about 100 meters water depth, considerable concern was expressed by NMFS regarding the possible oiling of some of the thousands of foraging fur seals which habitat this area, from escaping diesel, even though a very large diesel release as the tug was actually documented by the crewmen from the tug after escaping onto the barge. On several occasions the RP very diligently attempted various modes, both by vessel and by air, to monitoring the occurrence of sheen on the surface nothing was ever noted. The combination of heavy weather and human safety concerns, led to a halt of these efforts and to the assumption that it was likely that the entire diesel contents of the tug had been relesased. . "

8326,2011-06-08,"Mystery Slick, Breton Sound (NRC 978985)","Breton Sound, GOM",29.4347222222,-89.2736111111,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"At 1014 hours local time on 8 June 2011, USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a reported mystery slick WSW of Breton Island. The size of slick is reported as "several miles" in length. The initial information is sketchy, and the USCG has launched a helicopter and small boat to investigate as well as coordinating with the USFWS Breton Wildlife Refuge Manager. No responsible party is yet known. NOAA was requested to provide an Initial Trajectory Analysis and Resources at Risk analysis. In 2005, this same refuge was impacted by a small spill resulting in the death of more than 600 pelican. USFWS reports that there are nearly 7000 pelican on North Breton Island currently and this is nesting season."

8325,2011-06-05,F/V Relentless Pursuit,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.4783333333333,-74.0177777777778,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline,,,,,,100,0,"During the evening of June 5, a privately-owned pleasure craft grounded at the tip of the Gateway National Park, Sandy Hook, NJ. The vessel is 50ft in length and is carrying 100 gallons of gasoline. USCG Sector New York contacted NOAA Duty Officer to report incident. Vessel had grounded on NPS lands in an area currently closed to the public due to on-going piping plover, oyster catcher, and tern nesting activities. Owner of vessel is in the process of making arrangements with Sea Tow to remove on-board gasoline this afternoon during low-tide. An attempt to tow the vessel off the beach will be made after the fuel has been removed. If effort to remove vessel is unsucessful, vessel will have to remain grounded until September which is the end of bird nexting season. "

8322,2011-05-31,CFS PAMPLONA,"Barceloneta, PR",18.55,-66.5616666667,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,,0,"Sector San Juan on 31May11 reports CFS PAMPLONA, 475' container ship drifting 2 miles north of Barceloneta, PR. Vsl carrying 75 metric tonnes of diesel swells 3-4', winds from NE, calm seas. Spill trajectory requested."

8321,2011-05-25,"F/V Nor'Quest grdg-Bristol Bay, Alaska",NW side of Hagemeister Island,58.745,-160.881666667,Oil,Grounding,"diesel Fuel, Lube Oil, Hydraulic Oil, Gasoline & waste oil",,,,,,19000,1,"This is a potential spill. The F/V Nor’Quest lost anchor on the evening of May 24, 2011 and started to drift ashore towards the Hagemeister Island. The vessel captain notified the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) at 3:15 AM on May 25, 2011. Located within Hagemeister Strait within Bristol Bay and approximately 15 miles S/W of Togiak, Alaska. Lat/Long: 58º44.700N, 160º52.900W. The vessel captain estimates that 16,800 – 18,800 gallons of diesel fuel, 200 gallons of gasoline, 200 gallons of lube oil, 300 gallons of hydraulic oil, and 110 gallons of waste oil are on board the vessel. USCG has conducted an overflight with a C-130 and reported no visible sheen in the area. In addition the USCG contacted the USCG Pacific Strike Team for possible lightering support. The F/V Nor’Quest was unable to remove itself from the grounding location on this morning’s high tide. A second vessel owned by SRW Marine Services attempted to attach a tow line to the vessel but was unable to safely approach close enough. USCG has requested that the vessel operator develop a fuel removal plan and a vessel salvage plan.. Alaska Chadux Corporation, a spill response contractor, has also been notified and has been asked to stand by to assist with any sensitive area protection and spill cleanup if necessary. Vessel crew is attempting to cap the vessel fuel vents.On 29May at 2330 lightering ops commenced, and a total of 9,000 gallons of diesel was lightered off for a total of 12,000 gallons. 15 barrels of misc oils and 200 gallons of gasoline were removed from deck. Vessel was successfully refloated on 30May at 0430. Magone's divers have departed the scene. Intentions are to tow the vessel 3 miles off of Togiak Island to Nunavochak to anchor. A tow plan is to be submitted and upon plan approval and adequate weather conditions, the Nor'quest will be towed to Dutch Harbor. USCG personnel that was O/S is to arrive in Dillingham at 1700 30May, and both USCG members to return to Anchorage at 1530 on 01Jun"

8320,2011-05-19,Re-fueling plane crash,"Point Mugu NAS, CA",34.1083333333,-119.133333333,Oil,Search + Rescue,JP-8 jet fuel,,,,,,25000,0,"At approximately 1700hrs on 18MAY2011 a Boeing 707 military refueling airplane crashed at the end of the runway at Naval Air Station Point Mugu. All crewmembers survived and the aircraft burned for a number of hours. Initial reports indicated that none of the approx 25,000 gallons of JP-8 jet fuel on-board had reached the Ocean. The next morning it became apparent that some of the JP-8 had entered the marsh area adjacent to the crash site and at 0830hrs on 19MAY2011 product was observed in the tidal channel under L Avenue (approx 1/3 mile from crash site). Navy Region Southwest and USCG MSD Santa Barbara contacted the NOAA SSC to request information on oil persistence in the marsh complex and trajectory support. "

8319,2011-05-11,F/V Atlantic Traveler,"Manasquan Inlet, NJ",40.0983333333,-74.03,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3150,0,"On May 11, 2011 at 0451 EDT the 64' fishing vessel Atlantic Traveler sank outside of Manasquan Inlet, N.J. The vessel has 3,150 gallons of diesel onboard. This is about 600' from shore. Light sheen has been reported emanating from the vessel. All three people on board were removed safely."

8318,2011-05-09,RRT6 Activated: 2011 Mississippi River Flood,Lower Mississippi River States,40.6997222222,-74.0230555556,Other,,Unkown,,,,,,,0,"RRT6 Activation Issue: Mississippi Flooding and Opening of Morganza Waterway Could impact Facilities in the Atchafalaya River and Basin.USACE expects to be forced into opening the Morganza Floodway to help mitigate the threat of floodwaters on the Mississippi River on or about 13 May 2011 (possibly even sooner). This will represent the first opening of the Morganza Floodgates since the 1973 Flood and will move flood waters into flood prone areas west of the river. Rainfall and spring flooding in the Ohio River Valley has the Mississippi River running very high and this situation is expected to persist for at least two weeks. Flood gates on the Bonnet Carre Spillway structure in St. Charles Parish Louisiana will be opened starting today (Monday) to release water from the Mississippi River into the Lake Pontchartrain area to reduce the amount of water reaching New Orleans. The USACE will be (or likely has by now) asking the Mississippi River Commission for permission to open the Morganza Spillway structure. Opening the Morganza floodgates will release water into the Atchafalaya River and Atchafalaya Basin or spillway, which includes parts of St. Landry, St. Martin, Iberia and St. Mary parishes in the Acadiana area. Some communities, homes and businesses inside the spillway levees should start preparing now to evacuate if the Morganza is opened is the message being released. The threat is real, and with this threat there is the threat of possible pollution events. RRT6 has been activated and is coordinating with the State of Louisiana and the RRT6 Federal Partners as to what threat this may have on facilities that include oil refineries located on the Atchafalaya River and oil production facilities in the basin. NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) as part of the Regional Response Team and as part of other regional coordination activities is monitoring the situation.Charlie HenryActing Director NOAA’s GOM Disaster Response Center "

8306,2011-03-30,F/V Kathy Ann,"Avila Beach, CA",35.162,-120.751,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,50,0,"On the morning of 30MAR2011, USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Santa Barbara contacted their local NOAA SSC for trajectory support on a small potential diesel spill from a fishing vessel sunk near Avila Beach, CA. The F/V Kathy Ann is a 32foot steel-hulled vessel sunk in nearshore waters approximately 20-30feet deep at 35º 09.722’N, 120º 45.060’W. No pollution has yet been observed, but due to its location nearshore, the USCG requested a precautionary trajectory in the event of a minor release prior to or during salvage operations. "

8301,2011-03-17,MV Bethesda-Barge MMI-612,"Helena, AR at Helena Bridge on Miss R.",34.5292277777778,-90.5902777777778,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,123900,0,"NOAA ERD Duty Officer received a call that during the early morning of 17Mar2011 that the Towboat-Barge combination struck the Hwy 46 Mississippi R. Bridge at Helena, AR resulting in a 50 ft. long gash in the starboard side of the barge, and puncturing the #3 starboard cargo tank. This tank contained approximately 2950BBL of aviation alkyates. The towboat/barge combination continued down river 3 miles and has been secured to the right descending bank of the river. An unknown amount of the material has been released into the river but as of this morning, all but 1116BBL have been lightered from the damaged cargo tank.NOAA ERD is providing scientific support to the USCG Sector Lower Mississippi for safety and environmental issues. Major concern is safety, not environmental. Flash point of alkylate is 20F according to Flat Hills Research MSDS. "

8298,2011-03-13,Mystery Sheen,"Ship Shoal Block 65, LA",28.9972,-90.8617,Oil,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"At approximately 1000 central time on 13Mar2011, the SSC was notified by USCG MSU Morgan City of a sighting of a 1mi x 5mi sheen approximately 5 miles offshore. The sheen (75% rainbow, 25% silver) was reported by a PHI helo early this morning. Source is unknown. Location L 28deg 59'50'/ Lo 090deg 51'42"". Trajectory analysis was requested."

8296,2011-03-09,Javon Canyon spill hindcast request,"San Buenaventura State Beach, Ventura, CA",34.2733,-119.288,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,,1,,,,210,0,"Late morning on 09MAR, USCG Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) Santa Barbara contacted the Regional SSC requesting hindcast trajectory support for oil reported on San Buenaventura State Beach near Ventura, CA. The USCG and the State of California’s Office of Spill Prevention & Response (OSPR) had already been responding to a small pipeline release from the previous day that had been secured and undergoing shoreline cleanup near Javon Canyon, approximately 6miles upcoast. No recoverable oil had been observed by shoreworkers or from USCG overflight during yesterday’s reconnaissance and cleanup operations. The hindcast was requested to determine if the oil on San Buenaventura State Beach might be related to the Javon Canyon spill or from some other source (natural or otherwise). "

8295,2011-03-06,F/V Capt Andrew,"King Cove, Alaska Peninsula",55.0252,-162.224,Oil,Grounding,"Diesel Fuel, Lube Oil, Hydraulic Oil",,,,,,2000,0,"Sunday morning, March 6, the NOAA Alaska SSC was notified that the 58' F/V Capt Andrew, due to human error, had grounded on a rocky shoreline west of King Cove, Alaska, with 5 POB. The vessel had 2000 gallons of diesel onboard as well as a cargo of 110K to 120K cod. No release of the fuel nor the cargo had occurred as of Sunday night A good Sam vessel was able to rescue to 5 POB the grounded vessel, and reliable Dan Magone from Dutch Harbor was hired to remove the fuel and conduct salvage on the vessel unground it. His ETA on scene is estimated to be Monday evening, March 7. The Coast Guard requested that NOAA keep them abreast of the weather throughout this incident. At the time of the grounding, the weather was small craft advisories with NE winds, 30 kt, seas 10 feet. A Coast Guard overflight is slated for Monday afternoon, March 7. On Thursday, March 10, 2011, salvors completed removal of all recoverable petroleum products from the vessel. They estimate that they removed approximately 1,200 gallons of fuel and oils from the vessel. A more precise volume will be determined when the fluids are offloaded in Dutch Harbor. No impacts to wildlife have been reported.No impacts to historic or cultural resources have been identified at this time.Commercial fisheries operating in the area should not be affected and no closures have been initiated."

8293,2011-02-24,Pipeline Gasoline Spill,Galveston Bay,29.3018333333,-94.7999444444,Oil,Pipeline,gasoline,,,,,,252000,0,"A gasoline release of estimated 6000 Bbls was released from a ruptured pipeline in Texas City, TX. Reports are the gasoline is entering a creek that feeds to Galveston Bay. Responders are on scene. NOAA SSC is standing by to assist if requested."

8291,2011-02-11,F/V Midnite Son,"Afognak Island, Alaska",58.2727,-153.094,Oil,Grounding,diesel Fuel and other mixed oils,,,,,,6000,0,"Coast Guard Sector Anchorage notified NOAA ERD that the F/V Midnite Son had grounded on the western coast of Afognak Island (58-16.36N, 153-05.62W) due to heavy winds from the NW with 5 POB. The vessel is taking on water and is breaking up on the beach. Air Station Kodiak rescued all 5 POB. The vessel has a capacity of 6000 gallons diesel. The CG asked NOAA for a verbal and written statement regarding the possible fate and transport of any release oil. "

"8290,2011-02-09,F/V Terrigail,""Unalaska Isl., Aleutian Isl., Alaska"",53.4333,-167.383,Oil,Grounding,DIESEL Fuell,,0,,,,800,0,""ON 0530 08FEB2011 THE F/V TERRIGAIL LOST PROPULSIONON THE NORTH SIDE OF UNALASKA ISLAND. 0948 08FEB2011 F/V TERRIGAILDRAGGED ANCHOR IN AN ATTEMPT TO SLOW VESSEL. THE ANCHOR CHAIN FAILED.1051 08FEB2011 USCGC MORGENTHOU ATTEMPTED TOWING OPERATIONS, HOWEVER,DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, TOW LINE FOULED AROUND PORT SIDE SHAFT.TOWING OPERATION WERE CEASED AT 1107. 1450 08FEB2011 F/V TERRIGAILRAN AGROUND ON THE ROCKY SUBSTRATE ON THE WEST SHORE OF ALIMUDA BAY,UNALASKA ISLAND. VSL IS REPORTED TO HOLD APPROXIMATELY 800 GALLONS OFDIESEL. NOAA WAS CONTACTED WED. FEB.9 AND ASKED FOR TRAJECTORY SUPPORT. AS OF 25FEB11 THE OWNERS OF THE F/V TERRIGAIL HAD NOT PROVIDE AN APPROVEDLIGHTERING / SALVAGE PLAN. A NOTICE OF FEDERAL ASSUMPTION ISSUED.SECTOR ANCHORAGE SUBMITED AN AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED TO MAGONEMARINE TO CONDUCT A PRELIMINARY SITE ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOP A lightering and salvage plan. A. OVERVIEW: MAGONE MARINE (MM) CONDUCTED DIVE OPERATIONS ON 06MAY AND DETERMINED BOTH PORT AND STARBOARD SIDE FUEL TANKS OF F/V TERRIGALE WERE BOTH COMPROMISED. APPROX 10 GALS OIL/WATER MIXTURE WERE RECOVERED FROM STARBOARD TANKS. AS A RESULT, IT IS DEDUCED THAT PRACTIALLY ALL THE 800 GALLONS OF DIESEL ENTERED THE ENVIROMENT. CASE CLOSED. O/S WX: TODAY NW WIND 30 KT DIMINISHING TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. GUSTS TO 45 KT IN THE MORNING. SEAS 13 FT SUBSIDING TO 9 FT. RAIN SHOWERS. VISIBILITY 7 NM OCCASIONALLY REDUCED TO 4 NM IN RAIN SHOWERS. HIGH NEAR 35. TONIGHT NW WIND 15 KT. SEAS 7 FT. WEATHER FORECAST: LOW NEAR 31. THURSDAY NW WIND 30 KT DIMINISHING TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. SEAS 8 FT. HIGH NEAR 35. FRIDAY NW WIND 30 KT. SEAS 10 FT. SATURDAY W WIND 25 KT. SEAS 14 FT.RAR: RESOURCES AT RISK: THREATENED NORTHERN SEA OTTER AND STELLER'S EIDER ARE BOTH PRESENT IN THIS AREA. CONCENTRATIONS OF WINTERING WATERFOWL INCLUDING EMPEROR GEESE AND HARLEQUIN DUCK. OTHER WATER BIRDS INCLUDE: SCOOTERS, LONG-TAILED DUCK, CORMORANTS. HABITAT IS ROCKY INTERTIDAL AND GRAVEL BEACHES. H. ECONOMIC IMPACT: N/A I. KEY STAKEHOLDER ISSUES: QAWALANGIN TRIBAL REQUESTS UPDATES, AND ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ENACTED THE ENDANGERED SPECIES CONSULTATION WITH USCG AS PER ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT. NOAA TRAJECTORY AND FATE FORECAST: As a result of predicted heavy weather conditions, 800 gallons of diesel is expected to rapidly evaporate and disperse, and will persist for only 3-6 hours under these weather conditions C. FACILITY DATA: N/A D. OWNER/OPERATOR/AGENT: DUANE FREEMAN E. SAR STATUS: CASE CLOSED F. CG RESOURCES SUMMARY: NONE G. """

8287,2011-01-31,Algal Bloom Incident,"Gulf of Mexico off Panama City, FL-St. Andrews Bay",30.1667,-85.7,Other,Mystery Substance,Noctiluca scintillans,,,,,,0,0,"On Monday January 31, 2011, The NOAA SSC covering District 8 was notified of recent reports of unknown bright orange-pink substances in and around Panama City, FL. On January 27th USCG unit Panama City, FL investigated the report of an orange-pink substance floating in St. Andrews Marina, near Panama City, FL. The substance had no oily smell and in addition to floating, some of the material was present below the surface. It was also noted to be phosphorescent. A sample was taken but not sent off to be analysed for oil. On Sunday, January 30th, USCG received reports and photos of a similar material offshore of Panama City 6, 10 and 12 miles. Based on the description, the NOAA SSC suspected an algal bloom, which has since been confirmed as Noctiluca scintillans, a non-photosynthetic, bioluminescent, and generally non-toxic algae that commonly blooms at this time of year, as well as other seasons. This hotline report is being opened to capture the information for reference and in the event responders to the DWH Gulf Oil Spill receive inquiries on if the event is related to it.On February 18, additional reports of algal blooms have been coming into USCG and Florida Wildlife Commission (FWC) all across the FL Panhandle. FWC's Harmfull Algal Bloom team is monitoring the situation."

8283,2011-01-25,F/V Ruffian,"Latouche Isl, PWS, Alaska",60.0793,-147.862,Oil,,Diesel Fuell,,,,,,200,1,"USCG MSU Valdez reported a fishing vessel grounded at about 0200 this morning at location 60°04.76'N--147°51.7'W. That location is northeast of the northern tip of Latouche Island, near Pt. Grace. The vessel is reported to be carrying 200 gal diesel fuel. On scene weather was reported to be winds from the southeast at 25 knots, and 2-3 ft seas. There is no known release reported at this time. The Coast Guard requested weather, trajectory, and fate should a release occur. A CG helo has been deployed to evaluate the situation and possibly rescue the three POB. "

8284,2011-01-25,Potomac River Mineral Oil Spill,"Alexandria, VA",38.8041666666667,-77.0438333333333,Oil,,Mineral OIl,,,,,,2000,0,"BALTIMORE – The Coast Guard, along with local agencies, are responding to a mineral oil spill in the Potomac River near Alexandria, Va. on Monday, January 24.Pepco employees notified the Coast Guard Sunday at 12:40 p.m., reporting approximately 5,000 gallons of mineral oil was believed to have leaked from a transformer at the Pepco substation in Alexandria. It was also reported, that an additional 500 gallons had leaked into the Potomac River.Coast Guard Sector Baltimore’s Incident Management Division personnel arrived on scene at approximately 2 p.m. Sunday and conducted a shoreline assessment of the area.Triumvirate Environmental and Clean Harbors have been hired by Pepco to contain and dispose of the oil. The oil that reached the waterway has been contained by boom.The cause of the spill is under investigation.USCG Sector Baltimore contacted NOAA SSC early evening on Tuesday, Jan. 25. USCG reported that mineral oil was not dispersing and requested information from NOAA about toxicity concerns if any, and rate of dispersion. Chris Barker, Robert Jones, and Gary Shigenaka provided support."

8279,2011-01-06,Mystery spill-GOMEX off Barataria Bay,Gulf of Mexico 25 miles south of Barataria Bay,28.9078,-89.8231,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown,,,,,,,0,"On January 6th NESDIS provided NOAA Emergency Response Division with a satelitte analysis showing an anomaly consistent with an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico located at 28deg 54' 28""N, 89deg 49' 23""W, or about 25 miles SSE of Barataria Bay, LA. A report from BOEMRE confirms that an oil slick has been reported at that location, so confidence is high. USCG Sector NOLA/Morgan City have been provided this information, weather, and an initial trajectory analysis. The initial trajectory indicates that winds and currents should keep the oil offshore so that it is not expected to be a threat to land at least throught the coming weekend. For additional information, contact Jim Jeasonne at jim.jeansonne@noaa.gov or 206-276-5308."

8278,2010-12-29,Cape Canaveral #6 spill,Cape Canaveral Port,28.4128,-80.6128,Oil,,,,,,,,500,0,"USCG called for a trajectory for a 10bbl (500 gal) spill of #6 fuel oil at 28° 24' 46""N by 080° 36' 46""W. This is at a dock just north of the city of Cape Canaveral."

8277,2010-12-10,Black Oil Patch,"Manasquan Inlet, NJ",40.0873,-73.9815,Oil,,Oil,,,,,,,1,"On December 10, 2010, at 1310 EST USCG Sector Delaware Bay reported a patch of black oil sighted approximately 2.5 miles off of Manasaquan Inlet, NJ, at 40 05.24N, 073 58.89W. USCG overflight reported lat, long of cornerpoints and requested trajectory."

8276,2010-12-06,M/V City of Redwood,Mile 626 Ohio River,38.2511111111111,-85.7844444444444,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"On December 6, 2010, USCG Sector Ohio Valley notified NOAA ERD of a potential acid discharge from a sinking barge in the Ohio river near Louisville, KY. The double-hulled barge is loaded with 1521 tons of hydrochloric acid and appears to be taking on water in the void spaces in the hull. The barge is rafted in string of other barges and is currently pushed up against the shore (a common practice in the rivers) and is stable. At this time there is no evidence of a release. USCG requested assistance on potential response alternatives."

8275,2010-12-03,M/V Golden Seas,"70nm North of Adak Island, AK",52.7403,-176.138,Oil,,"IFO, diesel, lube oil",,,,,,471780,0,"Sector Anchorage contacted NOAA ERD on the morning of 03DEC2010 about a 738' Liberian-flagged bulk carrier, the M/V Golden Seas, adrift 70nm North of Adak Island. She is carrying approximately 60,000MT of canola oil (Update: canola grain) on board, has lost one (and only) engine and is presently drifting to the SE at approximately 2knots. Seas are reported as 29ft with 35knot winds. Fuels onboard included 450,000 gallons of IFO, 11,780 gallons of diesel, and 10,000 gallons of lube oil. Ultimately, the Shell ocean-going tug, M/V Tor Viking, which had been temporarily stationed in Dutch Harbor and was waiting to tow the Shell drill vessel to the Beaufort Sea for summer 2011 work, was hired to attempt a rescue of the drifting M/V Golden Seas. On Saturday night, Dec. 4, it intercepted the Golden Seas and was able to attach an emergency towing harness to it, and three days later was able to tow it to anchor in Captains Bay at Dutch Harbor, Unalaska Island. "

8274,2010-12-02,M/V Nelson,"130 miles south of St Croix, USVI",15.3667,-64.6167,Oil,,diesel and lube oils,,,,,,3300,0,"M/V Nelson, a 108 foot fishing vessel sank 130 miles south of St Croix, USVI in 11,550 feet of water between noon and 1400 local on 30 November. Fuel onboard was 3000 gallons of diesel and 300 gallons of lube oil. SSC consulted with USCG Sector San Juan regarding oil fate and effects."

8272,2010-11-16,Pipeline Failure (NRC Report 960033),"Near Vinton, Louisiana",30.0606,-93.5511,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,63000,0,"On the evening of 16 November 2010, NOAA was contacted by MSU Port Arthur relative to a reported pipeline failure near Vinton, LA. The reported position is on the N side of the ICW. The adjacent area is brackish marsh and an active area for migratory waterfowl. The pipeline was being shut in, but given that it was dusk when reported, no clear assessment can be made until daylight. The RP has initiated a response and responders are expected on-scene tonight. Worse case potential release is reported as 1,500 bbls."

8266,2010-11-04,Dead Birds Washed up,Lake Michigan,42.0997222222222,-88.975,Other,,birds,,,,,,,0,"ERD was contacted by Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab (GLERL) to assist in a an analysis of the possible source of some dead birds that were washed up on the shore of Lake Michigan. The birds were found around non on Sept. 17th, and contained botulism. The request came from Lisa Fogarty, Water-Quality Specialist USGS, MI Water Science Center. We will work with GLERL to do a hindcast of the floating birds."

8265,2010-11-03,MODU Power Failure,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",28.0337,-89.1007,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,0,0,"On the evening of November 3, 2010 at approximately 2000 to 2100h local central time, a Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU) approximately 56 nm SSE of SW Pass, LA, lost power to all systems. With a loss of dynamic positioning and fear of a separated riser pipe, notifications were made to USCG District 8 in New Orleans. NOAA's Emergency Response Division was contacted by USCG Sector Morgan City about 90 minutes after the initial notification. USCG requested trajectory and WX support. At approximately 2310, NOAA was notified that all systems were restored, no injuries, no oil release, and response has stood down. "

8264,2010-10-29,Barge transfer accident,"Goleta Point, CA",34.4075,-119.892,Oil,,light crude,,,,,,42,0,"The USCG requested an analysis of a small release near Goleta Point, CA. A Barge released an estimated 1 bbl of light crude (API 21) during a pumping operation. The origin of the spill was at location 34°24.45N 119°53.5W and the spill occurred at 0905. A slick or ""pad"" was observed at location 34°25.1192N--119°54.862W at 11:34. That location is about 1.3 nm up the coast to the west of the release location. We we asked if the observed ""pad"" could have come from that known release location, and where likely landfall from the release might be."

8260,2010-10-22,Mystery Anomaly,"SW Pass, Louisiana",28.9441666666667,-89.1738888888889,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"On October 22, 2010, ERD was notified by USCG of a potential spill off SW Pass, Louisiana. The incident is described as a 10 square mile area of ""red oil""at latitude: 29° 02' 26"" N, longitude: 089° 26' 55"" W. There are two separate NRC reports. The USCG is investigating and contacted ERD about availability of remote sensing imagery and algae bloom information."

8259,2010-10-22,Platform Gail,"East end of Santa B. Channel, Ca.",34.1258,-119.4,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,84,0,At 1245 PDT a 1.5 (One and a half) bbl spill of an API 16 oil was reported.

8258,2010-10-20,Texas mystery anomaly,Offshore of Galveston. To the south,28.0133,-94.5783,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"Oct. 20th, 2010NOAA vessel PICES reported a mystery slick of some unknown substance off Texas."

8256,2010-10-12,M/V CSL METIS,"Guayama, Puerto Rico",17.9198,-66.1573,Oil,Grounding,#6 Fuel Oil,,,,,,270000,0,"We received a report that the M/V CSL METIS (7926162) went aground while approaching the AES Facility in Guayama. The approximate location was 17-55.19N 066-09.44W. The vessel was pulled off via tug boats prior to receiving the report. It is a dry bulk vessel carrying coal, but it has approximately 270K gallons of #6 Fuel Oil on board. No indication of pollution at this point."

8255,2010-10-07,Mystic,"Cay Sal Bank, Bahamas",23.881,-79.7765,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,8000,0,"The ERD emergency spill line was contacted with a request for a trajectory analysis for a potential release from a vessel grounded on Cay Sal Bank, Bahamas. The vessel Mystic has an estimated 8000 gallons of diesel onboard."

8254,2010-10-06,Grounded Diesel Barge,St Kitts,17.2896,-62.7113,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,18000,0,"The ERD emergency spill line was contacted with a request for a trajectory analysis for a potential release from a barge grounded on St. Kitts Island. The barge is carrying 18,000 gal of diesel fuel. The location was given as 17°17'22.5""N--062°42'40.5""W. That location is in Basseterre Harbor, on the southern side of St. Kitts."

8251,2010-09-29,EB-164 Incident,"Gulf of Mexico, W of Flower Gardens NMS",27.8128,-94.3522,Oil,Wellhead,Crude Oil or Gas Condensate,,,,,,,0,"On Thursday night, 29 September 2010, the NOAA SSC was notified by MSU Galveston of a well leak in the Gulf of Mexico. The location is far offshore (more than 100 miles SSE of Galveston, Texas) and roughly 25 miles W of the West Bank of the Flower Garden National Marine Sanctuary. The RP stated the well, when producing, was primarily a gas well there was an observation of some oil or condensate coming from the well that created a 10 mile light sheen yesterday."

8250,2010-09-23,Sunken vessel,Off Dominican Republic,17.16,-69.8167,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,3500,0,"At about 1830, 9/23/10 HDO got called about a vessel that was missing and may have sunk off the Dominican Republic. It had an estimated 3500 gallons of diesel onboard. "

8248,2010-09-15,Stryker Barge Grounding,"North Slope, Alaska",70.5219,-150.096,Oil,,Diesel Fuell,,,,,,1200,0,"The Sector Anchorage Coast Guard reported to NOAA SSC that at approximately 11:30 am on Sept. 14, the barge, Stryker, owned by Bowhead Transportation that the barge and wheelhouse partially separated causing the stern of the barge to partially sink and ground the stern in nine feet of water off the Colville Delta. A small quantity of diesel was released from the day tank causing a small sheen. The vessel contained approximately 1200 gallons of diesel fuel. The barge was under contract to Pioneer Natural Resources Co. who immediately called in Alaska Clean Seas, their OSRO for the North Slope. ACS responded and close all the tank valves. On the morning overflight on Sept. 15 no sheen was observed. The vessel was judged to be in stable condition and awaited salvors to refloat and reattach the barge. and tug. No assistance from NOAA was requested. Weather was mild with 15-20 knot winds from east. Prior to reattaching the tug to the barge, as much diesel as possible was lightered from the tug. The remaining fuel had to await leveling and reattachment. The combo was then towed to the Oliktok Point deck for final inspection. "

8247,2010-09-14,Ship Shoal Platform,31 nm south of Isle Dernieres,28.5227,-90.9022,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,,0,"Equipment failure on platform resulted in a 3 mi by 2 mi crude oil slick with 30% black oil and 60% silver sheen. NRC report #953925 describes incident as ""a leak from the heater treater fire tube discovered this morning."" Leak secured."

8246,2010-09-02,Mariner Energy Well,"80 miles offshore Vermilion, LA",28.0596,-92.2712,Oil,,diesel and crude oil,,,,,,,0,"On September 2, 2010, at 0900 PDT, NOAA ERD was notified of a fire aboard a Mariner Energy Well in Western Louisiana. The initial reports include a Search and Rescue for 13 persons in water. The USCG reports no visible oil in water but has requested a trajectory analysis for 100 bbls of crude and diesel (contents of platform), and 1400 bbls (daily production rate. "

8244,2010-08-24,M/V JIA QIANG,"New Orleans, LA",29.936,-89.9986666666667,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,40000,0,"On August 24, 2010, at about 0230 CDT, the vessel JIAQIANJ (as reported by NRC, but the actual name is believed to be the JIA QIANG) spilled an estimated 6000 gallons of diesel fuel in the Lower Mississippi River near New Orleans ( 29° 56.16'N by 89° 59.92'W). There is a potential for 40,000 gallons of diesel to spill. The freighter reported had a 6 inch hole due to unknown causes. USCG requested a trajectory and oil fate analysis. "

8243,2010-07-29,F/V Miss Kaitln,"Rockledge Dr, Indian River Florida",28.3047,-80.7007,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1600,0,"USCG at Port Canaveral, FL reported the Miss Kaitln, a 64 foot wood shrimp boat was on fire at the dock. The vessel has an estimated 1600 gallons of diesel on board. Several other nearby boats are a risk from the fire. USCG is on scene and will provide updates as appropriate."

8242,2010-07-27,Barges Kirby 28083 & Kirby 30001,"Lauderdale County, TN",35.54,-89.9,Chemical,Collision,Acrylonitrile,,,,,,2100000,0,"At approximately 2115 CDT on July 26, 2010, the two barges Kirby 28083 and Kirby 30001 collided at Mississippi River Marker 774. Each barge carried an estimated 25,000 barrels of Acrylonitrile (ACN). It remains unknown the total quantity of product released into this remote section of the Mississippi River about 40 miles north of Memphis, TN. Three employees were hospitalized due to injuries caused by product exposure. No fatalities reported. Coast Guard Sector Lower Mississippi River requested support from NOAA SSC. "

8241,2010-07-27,T/V Pere Ana C,"Mud Lake, LA",29.4793,-90.0086,Oil,Collision,"Natural Gas, Light Crude Oil",,,,,,7000,0,"At approximately 0050 CDT on July 27, 2010, the dredge barge Captain Buford pushed by T/V Pere Ana C collided with the abandoned Cedyco Corporation natural gas wellhead - SL 8357 Number 1 well (SN 170436). The collision occurred while the tug and barge combination exited Mud Lake into the Barataria Waterway halfway between Lafitte and Grand Isle, Louisiana. As a result of the impact, the well is discharging natural gas mixed with light crude oil 50-100 feet into the air at an unknown rate. It may take 1-2 days to cap the leak. The NOAA Gulf Region SSC is on scene at Sector New Orleans to provide support for this incident. "

8240,2010-07-26,"Enbridge Pipeline Failure, Kalamazoo River","Marshall, MI",42.2433,-84.9664,Oil,Pipeline,Crude oil,1,1,,,,819000,0,"On the morning of July 26, 2010, a failure occurred in a 30-inch diameter pipeline releasing approximately 19,500 barrels of crude oil into a tributary creek of the Kalamazoo River in Marshall, MI. EPA requested weather forecast information to assist with air monitoring. NOAA provided trajectory support to Coast Guard Sector Lake Michigan to determine if/when oil may reach the COTP zone on the Kalamazoo River."

8239,2010-07-26,F/V Cape Cross,"Main Bay, AK",60.5298,-148.062,Oil,Grounding,"Diesel Fuel, Lube Oil, Hydraulic Oil",,,,,,3400,0,"At approximately 1400L on the afternoon of July 26, 2010, the 98-foot wooden F/V Cape Cross ran aground on an uncharted pinnacle in Prince William Sound’s Main Bay, Alaska. MSU Valdez notified the NOAA Alaska SSC. Early in the morning of July 27, 2010, the vessel rolled and partially sank but remained grounded. Product on board includes 3000 gallons diesel, 300 gallons lube oil, and 100 gallons hydraulic oil. The fuel tanks appear to be undamaged. With the only reported damage to the engine room, bilge slops were the most likely source of the sheen observed initially. No additional release reported at this time. Salvage crew already on scene. Since Main Bay is the site of one of the major Prince William Sound fish hatcheries, the hatchery will be boomed using prepositioned boom anchors. No immediate assistance was requested from NOAA."

8238,2010-07-26,M/V Nordmeer,"Thunder Bay NMS, MI",45.136,-83.1598,Oil,,Fuel oil,,,,,,,1,"On June 24, 2010, oil sheen was observed to be coming from the wreck M/V Nordmeer (470 ft., 8,683 gross tons) within Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary (NMS). The USCG and NMS staff are investigating. The NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab (GLERL) is sending an ROV to support dive operations and source identification. The Nordmeer grounded on a shoal during a storm and sank in November 1966."

8237,2010-07-18,Pleasure Craft Fire & Spill,"Port Canaveral, FL",28.4097,-80.6294,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,300,0,"At approximately 2340hrs local time on 18 July 2010, a pleasure craft caught fire, drifted and beached on the north side channel of Port Canaveral Harbor, FL. 300 gal of gasoline are estimated to have been released. Location is 28deg 24'35""N / 080deg 37'46""W. Vessel is currently a hazard to navigation. USCG has requested trajectory and fate estimates."

8235,2010-07-14,Tanker Isabelle K.,Houston Ship Channel,29.3637,-94.7915,Chemical,Grounding,Cyclohexane,,,,,,,0,"Grounded in Houston Ship summary with 15,158 metric tons of cyclohexane. No leak. The hope is to refloat the vessel without incident."

8234,2010-07-08,USCG Helo Crash,"La Push, WA",45.909,-124.644,Other,,,,,,,,,0,"USCG requested weather support for salvage of a Coast Guard helicopter off James Island near La Push, Wash. The crash occurred on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. La Push is about 100 miles west of Seattle on the Olympic Peninsula. The Jayhawk was flying from Astoria, OR to Sitka, AK."

8233,2010-07-05,Algobay ,"Clayton, NY",44.4659,-75.7996,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"The Algobay ran hard aground on July 4, 2010 near Clayton, NY, at 0900 EDT at location 44°27.953N--75°47.976W. Fuel is reported to be 48 metric tons of diesel, and 645 metric tons of bunker C heavy fuel oil. The vessel is also carrying approx. 12,000 liters lube oil. The tanks are near the center-line of the ship and appear to be at minimal risk of rupture. The USCG requested a trajectory for a possible discharge."

8231,2010-06-16,Mystery sheen,"14nm off San Diego, CA",32.5833,-117.5,Oil,,"Petroleum, possibly diesel",,,,,,,0,A USCG helicopter reported a 2x2 mile sheen approximately 14 miles off Point Loma (32-35N 117-30W) at 0800-0830hrs on 16JUN2010. The reported location is near the US-Mexico border and the source is unknown. USCG Sector San Diego requested NOAA trajectory support.

8227,2010-05-20,Barge Nestucca,8 miles off Columbia River Bar,46.2475,-124.284,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"At 2145 on May 19, 2010, NOAA ERD in Seattle was notified of a lost tow from the Tug Mikihana off Ledbetter Point, WA, near the mouth of the Columbia River. The barge Nestucca was carrying 400 gal #2 diesel and 7000 tons construction material. USCG requested ADIOS and trajectory. Shortly before midnight the tug managed to recover the barge and regain the tow. No spill reported. Note that the barge Nestucca was involved in a large oil spill in December 1988 when the tow cable parted between the tug Ocean Service and barge Nestucca, spilling 231,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil off the Washington coast."

8228,2010-05-20,F/V Nightwatch,"Off Eugene Island, La",29.3243,-91.5065,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,14000,0,"Vessel aground with 14,000 gallons of diesel fuel. No spill, but a potential"

8225,2010-05-16,M/V Miss Maridith,"Biscayne Bay, Florida",25.4207,-80.1247,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"USCG notified SSC that the converted stern trawler Miss Maridith sank last night 4 miles from land n Biscayne Bay. The vessel was carrying 3000 gallons of diesel and 30 gallons of lube oil. Visible sheen was reported extending 1.5 miles to the NE. USCG and State DEP is responding. The NPS is also involved. NOAA is providing oil fate, trajectory and weather information at this time."

8226,2010-05-15,F/V Charlie Girl,"Offshore, Cape Canaveral, FL",28.3884722222,-80.6038888889,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,,0,"Late on May 15, 2010, the shrimping vessel F/V Charlie Girl sank in 60 feet of water offshore of Cape Canaveral, FL. Crew rescued by another fishing vessel. USCG requested trajectory analysis of spilled diesel fuel."

8223,2010-04-24,T/B Kirby 11323,"Sunshine, LA",30.2944,-91.1483,Chemical,,benzene,,,,,,11970,0,"At 3:05 PM on April 24, 2010 an overpressure condition developed in the #1 tank on the T/B Kirby 11323 while attached to the LBC facility in Sunshine, LA. The overpressure caused an explosion that resulted in a 10' x 25' opening in the top of the tank. The tank contained 285 barrels of benzene."

8222,2010-04-22,HH65 Sarnia,"Sarnia, Ontario",43.1097,-82.3503,Oil,,JP-8,,,,,,140,0,"A USCG HH65 helicopter crashed approximately 9 miles north of Sarnia, Ontario, just across the border into Canada. The crew has been recovered safely. The helicopter contains approximately 140 gallons of JP-8 fuel. "

8220,2010-04-21,Deepwater Horizon,Gulf of Mexico,28.7367,-88.3872,Oil,,"Diesel, crude oil",1,1,1,1,1,205000000,182,"A fire and explosion occurred at approximately 11:00 PM CDT, April 20, 2010 on the Deepwater Horizon, a semisubmersible drilling platform, with more than 120 crew aboard. The Deepwater Horizon is located some 50 miles SE of the Mississippi Delta and contained an estimated 700,000 gallons of #2 Fuel Oil or Marine Diesel Fuel. (Related incidents: ""Deepwater Horizon -- Florida Commands"")Editor's Note: Initial notification reports are not necessarily post-edited and updated. However, in the Clean Water Act Trial, Judge Barbier ruled in the FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW PHASE TWO TRIAL on January 15, 2015, that 4 million barrels of crude oil were released from the reservoir, of which 3.19 million barrels or approximately 168 million gallons were released into the Gulf of Mexico."

8221,2010-04-21,F/V Big Cobb,"Darien, Georgia",31.3661,-81.4335,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,70,0,"The shrimping vessel, F/V Bigg Cobb was pushed into the water next to a dock last night during a fire with 70 gallons of diesel onboard. USCG reports no release at this time of report but state that a release could occur during planned salvage operations. The location is about 50 miles south of Savannah near I-95 at position 31-21.965N 081-26.013W. The NOAA SSC provided oil fate information for the worst case release and discussed response strategies to minimize impacts and maximize recovery potential."

8229,2010-04-20,Deepwater Horizon -- Florida Commands,Gulf of Mexico,27.5152777777778,-81.5033333333333,Oil,Wellhead,Crude oil,,,,,,,36,"Florida commands, Deepwater Horizon response. See ""Deepwater Horizon"" incident for summary and stats.The Florida Peninsula Incident Command Post (FPIC) was officially established on02 June 2010. USCG Sectors St Petersberg,Key West, Miami, and Jacksonville areassigned as branches to the FPIC. The ICP relocated from the USCG SeventhDistrict to a leased office space in downtown Miami at 1001 Biscayne Bay Drive (AON building) on 5 June. "

8219,2010-04-20,F/V Pacific Bully,"Santa Ana jetty, CA",33.6298,-117.961,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,700,0,"At approximately 0430hrs (local) on 20APR2010, the 58foot F/V Pacific Bully ran aground near the Santa Ana Jetty, south of Huntington Beach, CA with 600-700gallons of diesel and 40tons of sardines on board. No signs of pollution have been reported from overflights or by personnel on-scene and her tanks are being sounded regularly to monitor fuel levels. The NOAA SSC had been notified initially by USCG's D-11 Command Center. Subsequent discussions with USCG Sector LA/LB personnel resulted in a request for a oil fate & trajectory estimates as a precaution in the event the vessel cannot be removed during the afternoon's high tide."

8217,2010-04-13,MS SUSANNE Diesel Spill,Gulf of Mexico off LA Coast,29.3608,-92.3397,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,2500,0,"At approximately 1:30 AM on 13 April 2010, USCG MSU Morgan City requested a trajectory analysis for a spill of 2500 gallons of diesel fuel during an offshore refueling operation. The time of the event was reported as 2245 hrs on 12 April."

8216,2010-04-07,Rainbow Sheen,"West Delta, LA (Gulf of Mexico)",29.0664,-89.6678,Oil,,,,,,,,,0,"The morning of 07 APR 2010, the NOAA/OR&R/Emergency Response Division was contacted by the USCG-MSU Morgan City regarding a 7 mile rainbow sheen in the West Delta region of the Gulf of Mexico (off of LA). The USCG requested ERD evaluate trajectory implications regarding this incident. "

8215,2010-04-06,Pipeline Incident (NRC 936217),"Delta Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana",29.2563,-89.1864,Oil,,unk,,,,,,,5,"At 3:34 AM on 6 April 2010, USCG Sector New Orleans notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a pipeline incident in the Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana. The reported location is 29° 14’ 52" N. Lat. 089° 11’ 58" W Long. This position places the reported pipeline release near the center of the refuge in an unnamed canal between Sabot Pond and Coon Outside Pond. It is believed that a pipeline was struck causing a release of oil. "

8214,2010-04-03,Mystery Sheen (NRC (36029),Gulf of Mexico off LA Coast,29.0717,-90.1736,Oil,,Unknown Oil Slick,,,,,,,0,"At 1149 hrs on 3 April 2010, the NRC received a report of a small sheen (0.25 miles long and 0.028 gallons) of unknown origin less than 2 miles off the Louisiana Coast south of Bay Champagne (SW of Bay Marchand). The sheen is near a platform, but the cause is unknown. USCG has requested a trajectory analysis."

8213,2010-04-02,F/V Betty K,"7 miles west of Half Moon Bay, CA",37.5,-122.633,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,300,0,"USCG Coast Guard Sector San Francisco notified the NOAA SSC of the F/V Betty K that sank approximately 7nm west of Pillar Point (near Half Moon Bay, CA). She sank at 1425hrs (local time) with up to 300 gallons diesel fuel on board. A USCG vessel on-scene reported a 1000' sheen trailing to the south at 1445hrs (local time). Trajectory support was requested."

8206,2010-03-18,Mystery tarballs,"Guam, Ritidian Pt",13.6583,144.863,Oil,Mystery Substance,Tarballs,,1,,,,,0,"On 18 March 2010, NOAA Emergency Response Division was notified by USCG Sector Guam, via email, of tarballs coming ashore at Ritidian Point-on the island's northern end. (13° 39.5'N by 144° 51.8'W). NOAA Scientific Support Team was requested to provide a hindcast trajectory to help better evaluate possible sources. "

8200,2010-03-01,Susan Ann,"Norfolk, VA",36.7691666666667,-76.2933333333333,Oil,,Diesel fuel,1,,,,,1000,3,"At 0900 on the morning of March 1, 2010, VADEQ notified the NOAA SSC that a 75-foot long tugboat, the Susan Ann, with approximately 800-1,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board sank in the Elizabeth River across from the Lions Shipyard adjacent to the Campastells Bridge, Norfolk, VA. USCG reports that an estimated 1000 gallons of deisel fuel were spilled into the river. Theowner has a contractor on-scene and in process of raising vessel. Booms and sorbant pads have been deployed. No reports of shoreline oiling. USCG and VADEQ to monitor incident."

8199,2010-02-22,SS Princess Kathleen,"Juneau, Alaska",58.3917,-134.767,Oil,Grounding,Bunker C Fuel,,,,,,155000,0,"The SS Princess kathleen is a well-known wreck in the Juneau area, which sunk on Sept. 7, 1952. The Princess Kathleen ran aground on Pt Lena just outside Juneau and then sank just off the point with an unknown quantity of Fuel oil in her tanks. From a time shortly after her sinking to today, she has been leaking fuel oil into the surrounding waters. Recent increases in the sightings of small oil blobs in the area of Lena Pt. resulted in Sector Juneau's decision to seriously evaluate the wreck for possible removal of the remaining fuel, which is very roughly estimated at 155,000 gallons of bunker C. On Feb. 16, 2010, Global Offshore Divers of Anchorage mobilized a three-man remote operated vehicle crew to Juneau in response to a request by the USCG, Sector Juneau's Incident management, to survey the wreck of this vessel. The survey lasted a total of three days from Feb. 17-19 with two ROV's, and the first entry in this Hotline is the Global Diving report from those surveys. After mobilization of equipment from Seattle, Global Diving tentatively hopes to start pumping oil on or about March 5. NOAA has been asked to provide weather and trajectory support for this incident. All operations progressed methodically, and hence most of the fuel was successfully removed."

8196,2010-02-16,F/V Perseverance,"60 miles S of Shinnecock, NY",39.8333,-72.1667,Oil,,#2 diesel,,,,,,3000,0,"On Monday, February 15th USCG Sector LIS received notification from F/V Conor and Michael that the Commercial F/V Perseverance was on fire and the 2 persons on board were transferred to the F/V Conor and Michael. All persons accounted for and no injuries. The vessel is currently 60 miles S of Shinnecock, NY at approximately 39-50N 072-10W fully engulfed in flames and adrift. The vessel has 3000 gals of fuel on board."

8187,2010-01-26,Lost containers,"Off Key West, FL",24.1133,-81.6633,Other,,unknown,,,,,,,0,"Containers with unknown contents were lost overboard a vessel, the M/V Intrepid, south of Key West FL 25 Jan 2010. USCG has observed several of the containers and has been tracking their movement. NOAA conducted a trajectory analysis to determine if reefs or shorelines were at risk."

8184,2010-01-23,T/V Eagle Otome-Barge Collision,"Port Arthur, TX",29.87,-93.93,Oil,Collision,"Crude Oil, H2S",,,,,,504000,19,"At 0915 on 23JAN2010, NOAA Emergency Response Division was notified by the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO)in Lake Charles, LA of a collision between a crude oil tanker (T/V Eagle Otome) and a barge in Port Arthur, TX. The contents of the barge are not currently known. USCG informed the NOAA SSC that they suspected H2S had been released. The tanker was reported to contain crude oil with a capacity of several hundred thousand barrels. According to local news reports, the collision occurred shortly before 10:00 AM local time. Local law enforcement informed the WFO that noxious fumes were coming from both vessels and that they have initiated evacuations of residents and workers in and around the Port of Port Arthur. The WFO has produced a dilution contour plume footprint using HYSPLIT. The Sabine-Neches Ship Channel and Intracoastal Waterway have been closed. Local Emergency Management will be conducting a helicopter overflight to get photographs and video. Two NOAA SSC’s are en route. "

8182,2010-01-19,RDA Fore River,"Quincy, MA",42.2397,-70.9706,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,200,0,"On January 18, 2010, during work on a sunken tug in the wet basin of the former Quincy Shipyard, there was a release of 50 to 200 gallons of diesel fuel. USCG personnel responded on scene. The owner (RDA) has taken responsibility and is responding to the release. NOAA has provided verbal support and stands by if more support is necessary. Neither the neighboring wetlands nor any water fowl have been reported as impacted. "

8175,2010-01-11,Adak Petroleum tank release,"Adak Island, Aleutian Isls, Alaska",51.8631,-176.639,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,4746000,14,"NOAA Alaska SSC was notified at 1930 on January 11 that 3200 barrels of diesel was released from an underground tank operated by Adak Petroleum from an underground tank on the west side of Sweeper Cove, upslope from the small boat harbor. Fuel was being transferred from a tanker at the adjacent loading dock, when overflow of the tank occurred discharging the diesel into an adjacent oil/water separator. This unit was also overwhelmed and the fuel entered Helmet Creek which flows into the small boat harbor portion of Sweeper Cove. Initially, two areas of hard boom with sorbent boom were placed along the creek and a vac truck was deployed at the oil/water separator. As of the morning of Jan. 12, it is believed that the vast majority of the diesel was confined to or collected in the stream, and only an estimated 1000 gallons had entered the small boat harbor. Apparently conditions are fairly calm in Sweeper Cove. The Coast Guard is planning on chartering a flight out to Adak to ascertain the situation. Current weather at Adak Island is NW winds at 30 kts, seas 9 feet however, Sweeper Cove is in the wind shadow on the eastern side of the island. The SOSC requeste that the NOAA SSC join with Bob Petit from ADEC to conduct a SCAT survey of the entire length of Helmet Creek along which most of the oil traveled enroute Sweeper Cove and the small boat harbor. That SCAT survey report is appended. Due to the variety of fauna associated with Sweeper Cove and Helmet Crk, all the trustees decided to conduct a NRDA survey. Their initial report is also appended. "

8174,2010-01-10,TV Sichem Defiance,"Gravesend Bay, NY",40.5983,-74.0142,Chemical,,Ethanol,,,,,,1722000,0,"NEW YORK (AP) - A tanker with 41,000 barrels of ethanol on board has a ruptured tank off of Brooklyn's Gravesend Bay and officials are evacuating all vessels from the area.The New York Fire Department and the Coast Guard say there have been no reports of injuries and no ethanol spilled off the 443-foot ship. Firefighters have sprayed the vessel with foam as a precaution.The Coast Guard says the Sichem Defiance was offloading 55,000 barrels of ethanol when the rupture happened. The tanker master told officials that the main deck of the vessel collapsed and caused the incident.The Coast Guard says the evacuation of the area is a precaution."

8172,2010-01-08,West Cote Blanche Bay,"St. Mary Parish, LA",29.6878,-91.8006,Oil,,crude oil,,,,,,336,0,"On January 8, 2010, the USCG contacted NOAA's Emergency Response Division with a request for assistance on a facility spill in West Cote Blanche Bay, LA. An estimated 8 barrels of crude oil was released from a leaking valve. The incident was reportedly caused by freezing temperatures and was discovered at 0820 local time. The valve has been secured but a 500 foot sheen was observed. USCG has requested trajectory support for the spilled oil."

8169,2010-01-03,Watson Bayou Heavy Fuel Oil Spill,"Panama City, FL",30.1451,-85.623,Oil,,#6 Fuel Oil,,,,,,,0,"On 3 January 2010, a #6 fuel oil spill was reported near Watson Bayou in Panama City, Florida. Little information is known at present, but the cause of the release was a gauge failure in a transfer line. Most of the oil is contained on-site, but some oil escaped as an aerosol into Watson Bayou. The regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator is following up with the local USCG pollution investigators."

8167,2010-01-02,F/V Sheila Rene,"Oregon Inlet, NC",35.77,-75.531,Oil,Grounding,"Diesel Fuel 4,000 gallons",,,,,,4000,1,"On the evening of Friday, 1/1/10, the F/V Sheila Renee ran aground outside of Oregon Inlet, NC. She is a 77 foot long, 179,000 gt vessel, carrying 4000 gal of diesel fuel plus over a hundred gallons of engine oil, and hydraulic fluid. Vessel located about 150 yards from Bonner Bridge. Vessel slowly drifting towards bridge. Incident has been federalized by NPFC. RP does not have funds to cover costs of getting salvage vessel on-scene. USCG is in the process of contracting with salvage company to get salvage vessel on-scene."

8166,2009-12-23,Crowley Tug Pathfinder,"Bligh Reef, Prince William Sound, Alaska",60.8383,-146.882,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,43108,30,"On the evening of December 23, 2009, the tanker escort tug Pathfinder ran aground on Bligh Reef, Prince William Sound, Alaska. The vessel has 127,000 gallons of diesel on board. The center bottom tank, containing 22,000 gallons, is ruptured and an unknown amount has spilled. Bligh Reef was the site of the 1989 grounding and spill of the tanker Exxon Valdez. USCG has requested scientific support including trajectory of the spilled fuel oil. "

8165,2009-12-20,Leaking Propane Tank,"Vashon Island, WA",47.4375,-122.467777777778,,,Propane,,,,,,200,2,"On December 20, 2009, a concerned citizen in Vashon Island, Washington contacted NOAA to report observing a 200 gallon propane tank leaking into the water near Ellis Port Road on Vashon Island. The NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator passed the information on to the USCG Sector Seattle Incident Command Center and notified the Assessment and Restoration Division of NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration."

8164,2009-12-15,LNG Carrier Matthew - Coral Grounding,"Guayanilla, PR",17.9608,-66.7581,Other,Coral|Grounding,,,,,,,,36,"This morning at 0605 EST DARRP was notified by USCG Sector San Juan that the 920' LNG Carrier Matthew grounded on a reef while in bound to Guayanilla, PR at approximately 0500EST. The vessel's starboard bow was reported as aground. While CG was establishing an IC and activated salvage teams the the vessel was able to free herself by transferring ballast and bunker fuel aft. Three tugs were also on hand to assist. CG reported the vessel was free 0812EST. We have a NOAA contractor enroute to catch up with the CG investigators as well as to do an initial reef survey."

8163,2009-12-14,T/V Suhail Star,"Offshore Galveston, TX",27.605,-94.0383,Oil,,Arabic Crude,,,,,,,2,"AT 1500 local time on 14 December, 2009, the USCG MSU Galveston notified the NOAA SSC of the T/V Suhail Star sheening in an offshore lightering area. The vessel still contains 500,000 bbls of Arabian Crude. The USCG has requested a worst case trajectory."

8162,2009-12-10,S/V RULING ANGEL-Coral Grounding,"St. Croix, USVI",16.756,-64.6965,Other,Coral|Grounding,DIesel,,,,,,800,4,"On 09DEC2009 at 1713 AST NOAA DARRP was notified by USCG of the grounding of the S/V RULING ANGEL via the email notification system. The vessel, a 80' Custom Sailboat became disorientated as a squall hit and it subsequently grounding on Round Reef just to the north of Christiansted Harbor in St. Croix, USVI. The vessel has 800 gallon of Diesel in its tanks, which are secure. After 6 hours of salvage efforts by local tow boats the vessel was subsequently freed and towed to Christiansted Marina. USCG is conducting a hull survey on 10DEC2009 and USVI DPNR is planning to survey reef damage on 11DEC2009."

8161,2009-12-06,"CAPT MIKE, Sunken Vessel","Gulf of Mexico, off LA Coast",29.3997,-88.9701,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,3500,5,"On December 6, 2009, Sector New Orleans reported a sunken vessel approximately 10 miles ESE of Breton Island in the Gulf of Mexico. The initial NRC report on 5 December stated that the vessel was moored to a rig and taking on water before the line parted and the vessel drifted free, unmanned and with no power or lights. The vessel came to rest against a second platform and is now reported sunk at 29° 23.983’ N Lat. 088° 58.204’ W Long. The vessel is reported to be producing only a small sheen (5-10 feet) at present as fuel slowly escapes. The volume of diesel believed onboard at the time of the incident is 3,500 gallons. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis. "

8160,2009-12-05,"Sulfur Dioxide Release, Conoco Phillips","Plaquemine Parish, LA",30.2889722222222,-91.2345555555556,Chemical,,sulfur dioxide,,,,,,,3,"Early on the morning of 5 December 2009, USCG Sector New Orleans notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a Sulfur Dioxide release at a refinery located S of New Orleans, LA. The cause of the release was a sulfur recovery unit failure. The specifics leading to the cause have yet to be determined. The facility was able to immediately secure the discharge. "

8159,2009-11-26,P/C Fire Fly,"1.7nm off Morro Bay, CA",35.3467,-120.898,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,200,1,"At 2340hrs on 25NOV2009, the 30’ P/C Fire Fly sank 1.7nautical miles off Morro Bay, CA in 150’ of water. USCG Sector LA/LB contacted the NOAA SSC and requested oil fate and trajectory support."

8158,2009-11-22,Making Time,"Ilwaco Harbor, WA",46.3044,-124.052,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,180,2,"On November 22, 2009, ERD received a call from the US Coast Guard MSO Portland, reporting that the 30 ft. pleasure craft Making Time was reported to have released about 180 gal. Diesel Fuel in Ilwaco Harbor, WA, near the mouth of the Colombia River. A trajectory analysis was requested."

8157,2009-11-21,FV Patricia Jean,"Point Judith, RI",41.3583,-71.5117,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,1500,3,"On November 21, 2009, the wooden fishing vessel, Patricia Jean, ran aground on the south jetty of Harbor of Refuge, Point Judith, RI. She is carrying 1500 gallons of diesel fuel. No release has been reported. USCG has requested NOAA ERD support."

8156,2009-11-20,CSL Assiniboine,"St. Lawrence River, Canada/NY",44.7749,-75.3974,Oil,Grounding,"Heavy Oil, Diesel, Soybeans",,,,,,,2,"At approximately 0900 PST on 20 NOV 2009, USCG MSD Massena, NY contacted ERD requesting trajectory support for a vessel grounded in the St. Lawrence River. The USCG reported that at approximately 0815 local time on 16 NOV 2009 the 739ft self-unloading bulk carrier CSL Assiniboine grounded in the St. Lawrence River between Lake Ontario and Montreal. The vessel is aground in Canadian waters (approx 300 yds from US waters). The ship currently has 307 Metric Tons of Heavy Oil and 74 Metric Tons of Diesel on board. The ship is also carrying a cargo of 400,000 tons of soybeans. There is minor damage reported to the #2 hold that is under control. There has been no reported release of any product. The USCG requested trajectory support for a worst-case scenario. Currently, the USCG reports that the ship is planning on lightering off enough soybeans to refloat the vessel and then transit to dry-dock for further vessel inspection. "

8155,2009-11-19,F/V Sea Wind,"Toke Point, Willapa Bay, WA",46.7083,-123.968,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,180,3,"On 19 NOV 2009, ERD was contacted by USCG Sector Portland regarding a 34-36 foot fishing vessel Sea Wind. The vessel was reported grounded in Willapa Bay, WA, just north of Toke Point. It has an estimated 180 gallons of diesel fuel on-board. There is currently no report of a spill."

8153,2009-11-16,Mystery Slick Observed (NRC 923762),"Gulf of Mexico, Cameron Parish, LA",29.6069,-93.2158,Oil,,Unk Oil (Sheen),,,,,,,3,"On Monday afternoon of November 16, 2009 (1611 hrs local time), the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified by Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur of a mystery slick observed roughly 10 nautical miles S of Cameron Parish Louisiana. The location was reported as West Cameron Block 73. The source of the release was unknown, but was reported as a silver sheen 300 yds wide by 6 miles long."

8152,2009-11-16,Sheen,"Ship Shoal Area, LA",28.8222,-90.9222,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On 16 November, 2009, the NOAA SSC was notified of a light brown sheen 0.75nm by 0.25nm moving to the west. A platform reported seeing the sheen at 28°49'20""N, 090°55'20""W. Source is unknown at this time. USCG MSU Morgan City, LA has requested a trajectory and weather."

8150,2009-11-13,La Princesa Barge Grounding,"Sandbridge, VA (Virginia Beach)",36.71,-75.9233,Chemical,Grounding,"chlorine gas, alcohol, and other hazmats",,,,,,,12,"A barge carrying hazardous materials broke free from a tug on November 12, 2009 and grounded off Sandbridge, Virgina on November 13, 2009.Captain Mark Ogle with the U.S. Coast Guard says the La Princesa was near Cobbs Island off the Eastern Shore when two cables broke around 11:00 p.m. November 12.By 6:30 a.m. Friday, the vessel grounded about a quarter mile from the Little Island Park Pier.The 570-foot barge carries various chemicals that the Coast Guard considers hazardous material.84 HAZMAT loads, containing products such as syrup for soft drinks, alcohol, empty cylinders formerly containing water purification chemicals, and chlorine, etc. are on board, according to ship's owner Crowley Puerto Rico Service, Inc.As of November 13, Titan Salvage has been engaged and a salvage master is on site. A naval architect and assistant salvage master are en route and removal plans are being developed.Officials expect improving weather conditions to enhance salvage and removal efforts.The barge left San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 6 and was headed to Pennsauken, New Jersey (in the Philadelphia area).USCG Sector Hampton Roads has requested information on potential human health and environmental impacts if there is a release."

8146,2009-11-06,F/V Absolutely,Off Murrels Inlet South Carolina,33.403,-78.5582,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,1700,3,"On November 6, 2009, USCG Sector Charleston reported the 63 foot fishing vessel Absolutely sank approximately 20 miles off Murrels Inlet South Carolina with 1700 gallons of diesel fuel on board."

8144,2009-11-05,F/V Lisa Marie,"Unimak Isl., E. Aleutians, Alaska",55.2833,-164.133,Oil,,diesel ,,,,,,0,4,"On Nov. 5, 2009, Coast Guard Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA Alaska SSC that the 75' FV Lisa Marie was in trouble roughly 15 nm N. of Unimak Island at 55° 17'Nm 164° 08'W. The winds were from the NW at 40 Knts, seas were 25 feet, and the vessel was running on only 3 cylinders and able to make only 3 knts headway. The vessel is hoping to make it to Unimak Pass and seek shelter on the S-SW side of the island. Although the amount of diesel on the vessel was unknown, the capacity of the vessel is 10K gallons. The CG requested that NOAA keep track of the weather. As of Friday evening, November 6, 2009, the FV Lisa Marie safely arrived at Dutch Harbor. No oil was released during this tense couple of days with an under performing vessel in very harsh weather."

8143,2009-11-05,LOOP Buoy #3,Offshore Louisiana,28.8853,-90.025,Oil,,Crude ,,,,,,4200,0,"On November 5, 2009, USCG contacted the NOAA Emergency Response Division for support on a potential spill from the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP). A mechanical issue at Buoy #3 has the potential to result in a 100 bbl (4200 gallon) crude oil. USCG requested trajectory and weather support"

8145,2009-11-05,USS Abraham Lincoln,"Bremerton, WA",47.5531,-122.654,Oil,,JP-5,,,,,,2500,4,"At approximately 1600hrs PST, NOAA ERD was notified of a jet fuel spill at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, WA. Preliminary reports are that 2,500 gallons of JP-5 was released into containment around the ship USS Abraham Lincoln while at the dock."

8142,2009-11-04,T/V Titan Express,"Miami River, Florida",25.7976,-80.2469,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,600,5,During a fuel transfer some diesel fuel was spilled into the Miami River about one mile inland. The USCG estimated that 500-600 gallons was spilled.

8141,2009-10-30,F/V Carley Renee,"Unalaska Isl., Aleutians, Alaska",53.9,-166.1,Oil,Derelict,diesel and hydraulic fluid,,,,,,2040,10,"Coast Guard MSD Unalaska contacted the NOAA Alaska SSC at 2100 on Oct. 30 to report a capsized vessel, the 59 ft F/V Carley Renee on the east side of Unalaska Island at 53°-54'N, 166°-06'W, Beaver Inlet. The four POB were rescued by a CG cutter on-scene which is taking them to Unalaska/Dutch Harbor for interrogation. The vessel has 2000 gal diesel and 20-40 gal of hydralic fluid on board. No leak had occurred as of the reporting time however, the CG cutter also reported that the winds and currents were pushing the vessel towards the rocks. A trajectory and weather information were requested. On Saturday, Oct. 31, a CG helo overflight found the vessel grounded on Egg Island, on the west side of Unalaska Island, but still capsized and with a small sheen move westerly from the vessel. Dan Magone was hired as a salvor to attempt to tow the vessel to a place of refuge for stabilization and fuel removal and ultimately to Dutch Harbor for salvage and repairs. On Sunday at 1500 while towing the Carley Renee only a few miles west of Egg Island, the vessel suddenly sank supposedly in 125 fathoms of water with no sheen on the water surface. Presumably all the diesel and hyd.fluid were released. Case closedJohn WhitneyNOAA SSC for Alaska"

8140,2009-10-30,F/V Lady Anna,"Kapolei, HI",21.3352777777778,-158.057777777778,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,2000,2,USCG Sector Honolulu notified the SSC that at 1140 a.m. Hawaii time the 40 foot F/V Lady Anna instantaneously released 2000 gallons of diesel into the water and 1000 gallons of diesel onto land through a crack that formed when welds broke as the vessel was being pulled to dry dock in the Kalaeloa deep draft harbor (near Barbers Point). A sheen has been observed creeping along the shoreline toward the southern-most lagoon at Ko Olina Resort.

8137,2009-10-30,M/V PAC ALKAID Oil Spill,"SW Pass, Mississippi Delta, GOM, LA",28.8717,-89.34,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,105000,11,"At 0214 hrs on 30 October 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified by USCG Sector New Orleans of a reported oil release from an outbound cargo ship off SW Pass, Louisiana. The vessel PAC ALKAID, a 500-foot bulk cargo ship, reported losing heavy fuel oil at 0030 hrs. The cause and amount of release is presently unknown. The suspected damaged tank contains 2,500 bbls of oil. While the release rate is unknown, it is believed to be relatively small at present. NOAA is providing direct support to the USCG related to weather and trajectory analyses."

8139,2009-10-30,T/V Dubai Star,"San Francisco, CA",37.7658,-122.341,Oil,,Bunker Fuel,1,1,,,,800,22,"On October 30, 2009, NOAA ERD was notified of a bunkering (fueling) accident in San Francisco Bay from the DUBAI STAR, a Panamanian flagged tank ship. The incident occurred at 7:00 AM local time at San Francisco Bay Anchorage #9. An unknown amount of heavy fuel oil was released and a 1-mile long rainbow sheen was reported in the water. NOAA ERD has been requested to provide scientific support including spill trajectory modeling."

8138,2009-10-29,Humble Canal Oil Spill,"Paradis, Louisiana",29.8569,-90.4585,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,,2,"On Thursday, 29 October 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified by USCG Sector New Orleans of a small oil spill from an unknown source near the Humble Canal in SE Louisiana. This location is near Paradis, Louisiana. The USCG has responded on-scene to investigate. Heaviest impact initially observed is in a vegetated freshwater marsh, but the source had still not been identified. NOAA provided consultation as to response strategies and will continue to coordinate with the USCG."

8134,2009-10-27,Port Stewart,"Yabacoa, Puerto Rico",18.045,-65.8048,,,HFO,,,,,,0,12,"On October 27, 2009 an oil tank ship went aground near buoy number two inbound to the Shell facility in Port Stewart, Puerto Rico. The vessel only remained aground for an hour or less. Fuel was transferred and vessel refloated and continued inbound to the pier."

8133,2009-10-23,Caribbean Petroleum Corporation (CAPECO),"San Juan, Puerto Rico",18.4164,-66.1327,Oil,,gasoline and diesel,,,,,,,33,"USCG in San Juan, Puerto Rico reported that the oil storage facility associated with a pipeline Gulf Cupeco had 5 of about 16 tanks on fire. The tanks contain gasoline and diesel fuel. The cause of the fire was unknown at time of the report. NOAA was asked to help assess hazards associated with the fires and smoke. (This incident was originally named ""Gulf Cupeco Facility"".)"

8130,2009-10-20,Mystery spill,"Charleston Harbor, SC",32.75,-79.8833,Oil,,Bunker C,,,,,,100,11,"A mystery spill of an estimated 100 gallons of Bunker C fuel oil has been reported in Charleston Harbor, SC. Location is 32deg 45min N, 079deg 53min W. At approximately 1700EST on 20 Oct, 2009, USCG Sector Charleston contacted NOAA-ERD to request oil fate and trajectory information. Source is unknown and under investigation."

8131,2009-10-20,T/V KRYMSK Oil Spill,"Gulf of Mexico, Galveston Lightering Zone",28.6167,-94.5333,Oil,,Bunker Fuel,,,,1,,120000,20,"On the evening of 20 October 2009, NOAA was notified by USCG Marine Safety Unit Galveston of an oil spill in the Galveston Lightering Zone. The Tanker Vessel KRYMSK was reported leaking bunker fuel from a collision with a support vessel. Details and initial information are sketchy, but it was reported that oil was leaking to the sea from one of the tanker’s fuel tanks. The USCG has responded. It was reported that on board operations to transfer fuel from the leaking tank to another tank to secure the spill source are in progress (and may have already been completed at the time of this entry). NOAA is providing a support role to the Federal On-Scene Coordinator."

8129,2009-10-16,COIMBRA (RULET),"30 miles south of Eastern Long island, NY",40.3867,-72.3567,Oil,Historic Wreck,"lube oil, Heavy fuel oil",,,,,,1300000,11,"On October 15, the East Hampton Star reported that a recreational diver came to the surface covered with oil after diving on the British tanker SS Coimbra, which was torpedoed during WWII (located approximately 20 miles south of Shinnecock Inlet, Long Island, NY in about 150 feet of water). Divers have reported sheens coming from the Coimbra for decades, but the article suggests that the leakage may be getting worse. Last Thursday, the USCG contacted Ed Levine, NOAA SSC for the region, to discuss the situation. It is expected that an interagency conference call will be held this week to determine whether an investigation to evaluate response options, is warranted. At the national level, ERD is developing an interagency agreement with the USCG under which the agencies will work together to address threats from vessels sunken off US shores that contain significant volumes of oil. The recent news article is available at this link: http://www.easthamptonstar.com/dnn/Home/News/TorpedoedTankerStillLeakingOil/tabid/10288/Default.aspx."

8128,2009-10-15,"Navy Jet Collision off Charleston, SC",10mi east of Bull's Bay SC,32.8297,-79.3368,Oil,,Navy Jet Fuel - JP-6,,,,,,,1,"At approximately 2210h Eastern, the Hazmat Duty Officer was notified of the air collision of two Navy jets in the Atlantic off Charleston, SC. A fuel/oil sheen was observed at the site at 2029L, EDT, approximatly 10-12 mi. east of Bull's Bay. Aircraft had approximately 20,000 lb of JP-6 fuel on board at the time of the incident, shortly after takeoff. Collision is reported to have occured at 1500 ft altitude. A verbal fate and trajectory of the JP-6 was requested and provided to Sector Charleston, to determine if sensitive shoreline habitats might be exposed."

8127,2009-10-14,F/V Sea Dancer,"Sand Point, Alaska",55.365,-160.521,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,150,0,"Sector Anchorage notified the Alaskan NOAA SSC that the 42' FV Sea Dancer had grounded at 0400 on Oct. 14, and was taking on water near Sand Point, Alaska, on the south side of the Alaskan peninsula. The skipper was requesting assistance from Sand Point and related that 150 gal of diesel was on board. The Coast Guard requested weather information from NOAA. Later that day, assistance arrived from Sand Point, and the Sea Dancer is now safe and on the blocks for repairs at Sand Point. No oil was released into the water. Case closed. "

8126,2009-10-09,Captain Nathan shrimping vessel,"near Lake Pelto, LA",29.0333,-90.7333,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"At 0950 local time, the SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Morgan City regarding a shrimping vessel that is hard aground in the Lake Pelto area. The 46ft Captain Nathan is carrying 700 gallons of marine diesel. There is currently no pollution at this time, but they have requested the weather and a trajectory in case of a release."

8125,2009-10-06,F/V Lady Frances,"Santa Cruz Island, CA",34.0267,-119.54,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,200,3,"On the evening of 06OCT2009, Sector LA/LB notified NOAA ERD of a 32foot squid boat grounded near Smugglers Cove (Santa Cruz Island, CA) that is due for refloating and towing to Ventura Harbor. The F/V Lady Frances is carrying approximately 200 gallons of diesel fuel on board and shows no sign of pollution. Sector LA/LB requested information on oil fate and trajectory in the event that a spill occurs during the estimated 12-14hr transit. "

8120,2009-10-02,Capsized Barge,"Great Egg Harbor Inlet, NJ",39.3076,-74.5548,Oil,,,,,,,,600,3,"On October 2, 2009 a construction barge capsized due to unknown reasons inside of Great Egg Harbor Inlet, NJ. The USCG reports that the incident occurred at 4 pm local time. The barge has 600 gallons of diesel on board. USCG has requested a trajectory analysis for the oil."

8118,2009-10-01,Mystery Spill Ship Shoal Block 118 ,Gulf of Mexico,28.8139,-90.8719,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unk Oil,,,,,,,4,"At 0710 hrs (local time) on 1 October 2009, a mystery slick was observed 18 miles S of the Isles Dernieres. The slick was reported as a 1 x 3 miles "dark oil" orientated from the SE to the NW and moving NW. USCG MSU Morgan City has requested a trajectory analysis."

8112,2009-09-29,Tsunami,American Samoa,-14.2667,-170.717,Other,Tsunami,Marine Debris,,,,,,,17,"The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (NOAA/NWS) issued a Tsunami Watch and Warning message at 0659 Samoa time on September 29, 2009. The Watch and Warning message was generated because of a Magnitude 8.0 earthquake that occurred in the Samoa Islands Region, 138 miles southwest of Pago Pago, American Samoa at a depth of 20.5 miles (U.S. Geological Survey).The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reported American Samoa (population 65,000) was struck by a tsunami, causing flooding, damage, and an unknown number of casualties. A Presidential Major Disaster was declared on September 29, 2009 for individual assistance, public assistance, and hazard mitigation. An Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) has departed from Honolulu, Hawaii on a US Coast Guard C-130 to deliver emergency supplies and to return the Governor of American Samoa, who was in Honolulu at the time of the Tsunami. USCG Sector Honolulu has requested assistance from the NOAA SSC to help facilitate obtaining satellite imagery of American Samoa. The NOAA Pacific Tsunami Warning Center and National Weather Service also continue to provide incident support. Updates on conditions and requests for assistance from USCG and others will be posted as they become available. "

8106,2009-09-28,M/T Eagle Tuscon grounding,MM3 Miss. R,29.1932,-89.2675,Oil,Grounding,Crude Oil,,,,,,16000000,6,Grounded tanker. No leak. 16 million gallons of Venezuelan crude onboard.

8105,2009-09-28,T/S Stolt Vision,"Off coast of Savannah, Ga",32.0167,-80.6444,Oil,,HFO #6,,,,,,78000,3,Vessel reported crack in hull and loss of small amount of #6 fuel oil between 1700 and 2030 EST approximately 11 miles off Savannah Ga. USCG reported observed sheen two miles long and suspects that release may have been more substantial than reported

8104,2009-09-27,"NORCO Chemical Release, Equipment Failure",Norco LA,29.9992777778,-90.4122222222,Chemical,,,,,,,,,1,"On 27 September at approximately 0310 hrs this Sunday Morning (Saturday night if you were asleep like most of the country), the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified of a chemical incident by the answering service. The regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified of a request for support by Sector New Orleans. An equipment failure at the Shell NORCO Refinery resulted in a release of BENZENE, 1,3 BUTADIENE, ETHYLENE, and PROPANE from an oil "fin" unit due to unknown causes (NRC Notification #918992)."

8102,2009-09-26,CHEMICAL SUPPLIER Oil Spill,"Houston Ship Channel, Houston TX",29.7265,-95.2615,Oil,Collision,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,25000,11,"At five minutes after midnight, the morning of 26 September 2009, USCG Sector Houston notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a collision between a ship and a barge on the Houston Ship Channel between the USCG Sector Office and Interstate 610 (NRC Notification #918913). According to the NRC report, the incident happened at about 2100 hrs local time on 25 September 2009."

8103,2009-09-26,"Reported Sheen, S Timbalier Block 52","Gulf of Mexico, Off Louisiana Coast",28.9319,-90.4975,Oil,,Unk,,,,,,,2,A 7 mile by 100 yd rainbow sheen was reported approximately 8 miles S of Timbalier Island in the Gulf of Mexico. The initial reported stated that the sheen was moving to the SE. The source is unknown (NRC Notification #918928).

8111,2009-09-25,Leaking vessel,"Off Cape Flattery, Washington",48.349,-124.967,Oil,,Hydraulic Fuel,,,,,,1,1,"USCG Sector Seattle notified the SSC on Friday night, September 25 of a one gallon hydraulic fuel spill from a vessel approximately 12 nautical miles due west of Cape Flattery, Washington within the boundaries of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. Sanctuary staff were notified."

8100,2009-09-22,Mystery Sheen,"Grande Isle Block 37, LA",29.0378,-90.11,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"At approximately 0830 local time on 22 Sep 09, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the SSC regarding a 1 mile by 2 mile barely visible sheen approximately 6nm offshore between Belle Pass and Grande Isle, LA. The USCG asked for a trajectory to be sure this would not impact land."

8101,2009-09-22,Sailboat sinking,"Little Egg Inlet, NJ",39.4883,-74.2853,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,35,0,"On September 21, 2009 at approximately 2200 hrs, a 40 ft. sailboat missed the entrance to Little Egg Inlet, NJ, hitting the shoal and capsizing. The vessel went down in 10-14 ft. of water with approximately 35 gallons of diesel fuel on board. Passengers were rescued by the USCG. On Sept. 22 at 1510 local time, the USCG requested fate and trajectory information from NOAA, due to concerns of a nearby wildlife refuge."

8099,2009-09-20,Refinery Fuel Gas Pipeline Leak,"Bayou Bienvenue, LA",30.0011,-89.9122,Chemical,Pipeline,Refinery Fuel Gas,,,,,,,2,"On Sunday evening, USCG Sector New Orleans contacted the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator relative to a reported "gas" leak to the atmosphere near the intersection of Bayou Bienvenue and the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet. The reported location was 30° 00' 04"" N Lat. 089° 54' 44"" W Long. This position is 6-8 miles E of New Orleans LA. The initial reported stated that "bubbles" of hydrogen gas were observed from a suspected pipeline leak by a company "doing work in the area." It turned out that the pipeline was carrying a product defined as refinery fuel gas."

8098,2009-09-19,F/V ALWAYS LATE,"48 miles east of Cape May, NJ",38.3943,-73.9463,Oil,,,,,,,,200,0,"The F/V ALWAYS LATE, a 48 foot sport fishing vessel sank at a location approximately 48 miles offshore of Cape May, NJ. Vessel has 200 gallons of diesel fuel on board. USCG requested trajectory for potential spill. Forecast as of 11:00 am EDT on September 19, 2009Hudson Canyon To Baltimore Canyon Including The Waters W Of 39.3n 71.9w...Sw To 37.7n 72.9w This AfternoonN to NE winds 15 to 20 kt diminishing to 10 kt or less late. Seas 3 to 6 ft becoming 2 to 5 ft late...highest se. TonightWinds becoming variable 10 kt or less. Seas 2 to 4 ft. Sun Through MonE to se winds 10 kt or less. Seas 2 to 4 ft. TueSe to S winds 10 kt or less. Seas 2 to 4 ft. WedS to SW winds increasing to 15 to 20 kt late. Seas 3 to 5 ft. Surface water temperatures mid-70'sAir temperatures high 60'sOcean currents toward the northeast at less than 1 knot.If all 200 gallons are discharged in a single release, diesel fuel will create a sheen that will extend upwards from on-half mile to one mile long before dissipating. Sheen will not impact neashore areas due to inflenece of prevailing currents, wind speed and direction and water and air temperatures. No impacts on natural resources expected. "

8097,2009-09-17,Crowley Barge 160-1,"Quinhagak, Alaska",59.75,-161.917,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline and Jet fuel,,,,,,144000,9,"Crowley Barge 160-1 ran aground near Quinhagak, AK, just south of the mouth of the Kuskokwim River on Sept. 16, 2009, as the result of navigation error during a normal fuel delivery to the village of Quinhagak. The barge has 72,000 gallons of gasoline and 72,000 gallons of Jet fuel. The barge is a 1968 single skin barge. The grounded barge had gone through two tidal cycles, during which the tug could not pull it off the bottom, prior to notifying CG Sector Anchorage on Sept. 17. No fuel has been released into the the environment. The CG requested that the NOAA SSC provide weather and tidal information. Shortly after the grounding a second barge, the OB-5, was summoned from Bethel 80 miles to the north. Barge OB-5 was able to liter 60,000 gallons of Jet fuel from barge 160-1 and delivered 55,000 gallons to tanks at Quinhagak. Upon returning to 160-1, barge OB-5 itself grounded just west of the location of the 160-1. When OB-5 refloated on a subsequent high tide, it was directed to stand by offshore as it had too much draft to conduct further work in the mouth of the Kanektok River. Crowley summoned another barge from Nome to complete the litering of the still grounded 160-1. The combination of a spring tide and a strong westerly wind produced enough water under the barge to refloat it spontaneously very early on Sept. 22. The barge was towed to the Quinhagak tank farm where it transferred all its remaining cargo with the exception of 5000 gallons of jet fuel. It subsequently was directed to Bethel where it will be inspected by the Coast Guard. Thus bringing an end to the incident. "

8096,2009-09-12,Anhydrous Ammonia Release,"St. Helens, OR",45.91,-122.823,Chemical,,Anhydrous Ammonia,,,,,,,1,"On the early morning of 12SEP2009, the local NOAA Asst. SSC received a call from the USCG-Sector Portland regarding an anhydrous ammonia release at a chemical facility in St. Helens, OR. It was reported that 2000lbs of anhydrous ammonia was released over a 15 min. period from a chemical facility. The source of the release is unknown, but thought to be a tank. Tank size unknown. Source reported secured. The release occurred at ~0200 today. USCG has requested plume trajectories for the release. "

8095,2009-09-12,SOUTHERN DANCER Incident and Diesel Spill,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.0158,-90.2772,Oil,Collision,Marine Diesel,,,,,,1800,3,"At 2:55 AM (local time) on 12 September (early Saturday morning), the U.S. Coast Guard notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator that an Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) struck a rig while being untied. The vessel spun around and allied with the rig spilling an estimated 1,800 gallons of marine diesel fuel into the Gulf of Mexico. The location was roughly 4 nautical miles SW of Belle Pass Louisiana and just off the barrier islands and Timbalier Bay. The source is reported secured. NOAA was requested to provide a trajectory analysis."

8094,2009-09-11,Fishing Vessel SUGAR BABE,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.2012,-91.4811,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,800,10,"On Friday morning, 11 September 2009, the U.S. Coast Guard notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a fishing vessel in tow off the Louisiana Coast that was in danger of sinking. At the time of notification, the tow was holding offshore due to weather roughly 20 miles SW of the mouth of the Atchafalaya River (29° 14.19' N Lat. 091° 34.27' W Long.). The Fishing Vessel SUGAR BABE was estimated to have 800 gallons of Diesel onboard. NOAA provided an initial trajectory analysis. Later in the morning, the vessel sank."

8093,2009-09-09,New Jersey Sailbot,30 miles off New Jersey Coast,39.9908,-73.442,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,600,1,600 gallon diesel spill from sailboat under storm conditions.

8092,2009-09-04,Mystery Sheen,"South Marsh Island Block 39, LA",28.8128,-91.9758,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"At approximately 2100 local time on 04 September, 2009, the HDO notified the SSC of a mystery sheen offshore of louisiana. A platform reported a rainbow sheen 6 miles by 4 miles with the leading edge at 28°48’46"N, 091°58’33"W traveling from east to west. A trajectory has been requested."

8088,2009-08-31,F/V Portlock,"10 miles from Long Beach, Wa",46.2833,-124.25,Oil,,,,,,,,500,2,F/V fire with about 500 gallons of diesel onboard.http://www.piersystem.com/go/doc/21/318371/Eventually the F/V sank about 7 miles from shore.

8087,2009-08-30,Jet A Fuel spill,"Molokai, HI",21.0866666666667,-157.021388888889,Oil,,Jet A fuel,,,,,,500,1,"USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA SSC on Sunday, August 30 requesting oil fate and persistence information for 500 gallons of Jet A fuel released from a Baker tank that was accidentally dropped from a helicopter one-half nm off the southern shore of the Island of Molokai in the Hawaiian Islands at 1230 HST. NOAA provided phone support. "

8085,2009-08-27,JP-5 Fuel spill,"Surf City, NC",34.4278,-77.5119,Oil,, JP-5,,,,,,400,0,"At 1530 hours on 8/27/09 Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC that at approximately 1500 hours a fuel tank containg 400 gallons of JP-5 fell off a Navy aircraft as it flying along the coastline just offshore of Surf City, NC. The fuel tank ruptured upon impact after hitting the water. USCG reported a visable surface sheen and that the jet fuel was washing ashore. According to the USCG, the floating fuel tank was located approximatley one mile offshore of Surf City. With air temperatures in the low 90's combined with ocean water temperatures in the mid-80's, it expected that the jet fuel will dissipate rather quickly. No human health or environmental impacts have bee reported or are expected. USCG requested a verbal trajectory, weather and tides from NOAA. "

8086,2009-08-27,"Pelican Seafood, Inc. - Ammonia","Pelican, AK",57.9567,-136.222,Chemical,,"Anhydrous Ammonia, Chlorine",,,,,,,4,"On the evening of 27AUG2009, the local NOAA SSC received a call from USCG-Sector Juneau regarding a potential anhydrous ammonia release at a seafood facility in Pelican, AK. The USCG is not acting as the FOSC for this incident as the incident management is falling to the state and the RP. Nevertheless, the USCG wants to be prepared if a large discharge of Anhydrous Ammonia occurs. USCG has requested plume models of discharge, ALOHA runs for a worst case scenario, and ALOHA runs for a most likely discharge. For more information see attached SITREP. "

8083,2009-08-26,Mystery Slick,Offshore Louisiana,27.1413,-92.5863,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,2,"At approximately 0930 (local time) on 26 Aug. 2009, a mystery slick was observed by a Coast Guard C-130 in the Gulf of Mexico offshore of the Louisiana Coast. The slick was describes as being 1 mile by 15 miles of dark slick. The position of the center of the slick was reported as 27°08.48N--092°35.18’W. This location is about 160 miles south of the nearest shoreline in Louisiana, and about 80 miles SE of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary."

8081,2009-08-25,Ammonia leak,"St Croix, USVI",17.7092,-64.7692,Chemical,,ammonia,,,,,,2000,2,A tank containing pressurized ammonia began leaking this morning after a worker damaged a valve on the tank. Initial reports from the USCG indicate the leak has been on-going all day. The fire Department arrived on scene about 8 PM to assess the situation. The Hovensa facility just east of the tank reported readings of 16ppm in a building estimated to be 200 yds away.

8080,2009-08-25,Sandy Hook Chlorine Release,"Sandy Hook, NJ",40.453,-73.986,Chemical,,,,,,,,,3,"NOAA Hazmat was notified at 1330 PDT on August 25, 2009 of a chlorine release near the Sandy Hook, NJ, US Coast Guard Station. The station was being evacuated and vessels were being moved from the dock. USCG requested scientific support on evacuation distances. The source was a 250 gallon tank at a sewage treatment plant. NOAA Homeland Security was notified to ensure that the NMFS Sandy Hook lab was aware of the situation"

8082,2009-08-25,Sheen,Grand Isle Block 93,28.5489,-90.0686,Oil,,unknown oil,,,,,,,2,"At 9:00PM local time, the SSC was contacted by USCG MSU Morgan City regarding a sheen offshore in Grand Isle Block 93. The sheen was reported at 8:06PM local time by a platform as a 10 mile by 2 mile silver sheen. The platform is located at 28°32'56""N 090°04'07""W. The USCG has requested a trajectory and estimation of sheen amount."

8079,2009-08-22,Sabine Block 13,"Off Sabine Pass, TX",29.573,-93.819,Oil,,unknown oil,,,,,,,12,"On 22 August, 2009, USCG MSU Port Arthur, TX investigated a small sheen off Sabine Pass, TX. Originally, a pipeline leak was suspected. However, the small persistent sheen caused the USCG to believe that a US liberty ship that sunk in the vicinity in 1971 could be the source. NOAA has assisted on the identification of the ship, weather, and trajectory of the sheen. Operations to pump any remaining fuel/oil left on the ship has begun. Updates will be posted as they become available."

8076,2009-08-20,M/V Katarina,"Apra Harbor, Guam",13.4525,144.644722222,Chemical,,Methyl Bromide fumigant,,,,,,,5,"USCG Sector Guam contacted the NOAA SSC the night of August 20 (U.S Mainland, August 21 in Guam) to request recommendation of a safe buffer distance for a methyl bromide fumigation operation scheduled to begin in Apra Harbor within a few hours. A Korean cargo shipment of gravel will be fumigated with methyl bromide due to detection of Salmonella by Guam EPA. A total of 750 pounds of liquid methyl bromide will be applied from 15 50-lb cylinders into 5 cargo holds (one measuring 5 meters depth x 20m x 20m, and 4 measuring 5m depth x 20m x 8m, with an application target of 3 lbs/1000 cubic feet). The fumigation will require 36 hours holding time followed by 4 hours to vent. "

8078,2009-08-20,Mystery Sheen,Eugene Island Block 184,28.7325,-91.6081,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On 20 August, 2009, at 1920 local time, USCG MSU Morgan City notified the SSC of a silver sheen 4 miles by 3/4 miles at 28°43’57" N Lat. 091°36’29" W Long which is approximately 34nm from nearest land. A trajectory and weather have been requested."

8075,2009-08-17,USS Wenonah,"Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay, CA",37.8205,-122.361,Oil,,"Diesel, waste oil, hydraulic fluid",1,,,,,10000,16,"In the early afternoon of 17AUG2009, CA's Office of Spill Prevention & Response personnel notified the regional NOAA SSC of a diesel & waste oil release from a partially-sunken tugboat on the East side of Treasure Island in Central San Francisco Bay, CA causing an initial sheen of 200’x200’. No NOAA support was requested. By mid-afternoon, the vessel was surrounded by containment boom, no more sheen had been observed outside the boom and plans were being prepared to raise the vessel and remove the remaining fuel. The vessel’s maximum capacity was estimated at 10,000 gallons though on-scene observations indicated that she was probably carrying far less than that and 100-500 gallons may have been released. Sector San Francisco then contacted the NOAA SSC on 18AUG2009 stating that the vessel was continuing to release sheen and requested estimates of oil fate and extent."

8074,2009-08-15,F/V Blue Diamond Fire,"Off Barnegat Inlet, NJ",39.225,-72.882,Oil,,Vessel drift and oil,,,,,,10000,3,"F/V on fire and expected to sink. Location is about 65 nm SE of Barnegat Inlet, NJ. We are being asked for a vessel trajectory. Currently the focus is on the SAR with 3 people onboard."

8077,2009-08-15,Mystery Sheen,Off Timbalier Island,28.9147,-90.4869,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On August 15th, 2009, USCG MSU Morgan City contacted the SSC regarding a sheen 150 yards by 150 yards rainbow in color at 28°54’53" N Lat. 090°29’13" W Long which is approxiately 9nm off Timbalier Island."

8073,2009-08-13,M/V Harns,"Silver Bank, Dominican Republic",20.5167,-69.65,Oil,Grounding,Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,73000,4,"On Thursday, August 13, the US Coast Guard Sector San Juan informed us of bulk carrier grounded on Silver Bank, north of the Dominican Republic. They have offered technical assistance, and requested a trajectory analysis. The location was given as 20°31'N--69°39'W, which is about about 50 miles north of the Dominican republic, and about 110 miles to east-southeast of Grand Turk Island. The ship is reported as carrying 73,000 gal of heavy fuel oil, and a cargo of dry fertilizer. There have been no reports of any fuel or cargo released."

8071,2009-08-11,F/V Little Linda Aground,"Newport, OR",44.6423,-124.066,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,2800,4,"At 0730, 11 AUG 2009, USCG Sector Portland contacted the Northwest SSC regarding a vessel aground off Nye Beach, Newport, OR. This location is approximately 1.8NM N of the Yaquina Bay Jetty. The F/V Little Linda is currently on its side and is reported to be leaking minimal amounts of fuel through its vents. The vessel is reported to have 2800 gallons of diesel on-board. On-scene observations report no sheen/fuel in the water and very light wind/wave conditions. The USCG requested a trajectory for a potential release of the 2800gallons of diesel onboard. "

8072,2009-08-11,Mystery tarballs : S. FLA,"Boca Raton, FL",26.3133,-80.075,Oil,,tarballs,,1,,,,,10,"Coast Guard reported mystery tarballs showed up Sunday, 9 Aug 2009 at Boca Raton. Over the next 2 days more tarballs were reported to the south as far as John U Lloyd State Park. Concentrations have been small and continue to diminish. No cleanup other than normal beach grooming is being conducted."

8068,2009-08-05,Mystery Sheen,"Tillamook, OR",45.835,-125.242,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,USCG Sector Portland called the Northwest SSC to request a hindcast trajectory for a mystery sheen reported approximately 50 nm off of the Oregon Coast in the Tillamook area. The sheen was reported by a fishing boat at 8 p.m. on August 5 and was estimated to be 100 yards by 2 nm long.

8066,2009-08-04,Barge Allision with Mooring Buoy,"ICW at Colorado River, TX",28.6817,-95.975,Oil,Collision,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,1050000,7,"On Tuesday evening, 4 Aug. 2009, MSU Galveston reported that a barge carrying 25,000 bbls of diesel fuel allied with a mooring buoy in the ICW near the junction with the Colorado River. The bow rake, and two void tanks are damaged. The initial reports suggest that there was no damage to the cargo tanks. The barge operator is Maryland Marine. The USCG is responding to the incident and requested a potential trajectory and RAR should there be a release."

8067,2009-08-04,High Island 262 Explosion,Gulf of Mexico,28.4711,-93.7392,Oil,,Natural Gas and Condensate Crude,,,,,,,7,"On Tuesday night, 4 August 2009, the USCG reported a rig in High Island Black 262 that had an issue with gas turbine and ignited a natural gas line. Emergency shut down was activated prior to abandonment of rig. There are an estimated 6000 gallons of various fuels onboard and a condensate crude tank of unknown capacity on the facility. The RP expects the line to burn off the remaining natural gas and to be a non-issue (let’s hope so). USCG Marine Safety Unit Galveston will conduct a morning overflight assess the situation."

8062,2009-08-01,"Grounded Barges, CTCO 336/358","Texas City Dike, TX",29.3795,-94.8673,Oil,Grounding,Light Crude Oil,,,,,,40000,5,"At the request of the USCG, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator investigated the potential oil spill trajectory for two grounded barges near Texas City Light #14 The barges CTCO 336 and 358 are each loaded with a reported 20K gallons of a light crude oil and were being pushed by the tug HENRI CENAC."

8061,2009-07-26,Eugene Island Pipeline Spill,"GOM, LA",28.7211,-90.8675,Oil,Pipeline,33.7 API Gravity Crude Oil,,,,1,,546000,37,"On Sunday afternoon, 26 July 2009, NOAA was notified of an oil spill 33 miles offshore and 60 miles southwest of Houma, LA that occurred on Saturday afternoon. The leak was from the Eugene Island Pipeline System and approximately 63,000 gallons of oil was released. Pre-approved dispersant was applied to the heaviest concentrations of the spill. On water recovery was also initiated. NOAA is providing on-going trajectory and weather support. "

8054,2009-07-22,Green Canyon 645 Mystery Spill,Gulf of Mexico,27.3211,-90.5356,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,1500,2,"On Wednesday, 10 July 2009, at 1530 hrs, the NRC received a report of a "mystery sheen" in Green Canyon Block 645 (report number 912389). USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City followed up on the report and asked NOAA to provide a trajectory analysis."

8055,2009-07-22,"Mystery Tarballs, South Padre Island Beaches","Gulf of Mexico, TX",26.1153,-97.1642,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown Oil (Tarballs and Sheen),,,,,,,21,"NOAA was notified by the Texas General Land Office (TGLO) of tarballs showing up on South Padre Island beaches. According to TGLO, the oil began washing ashore around daybreak this morning (July 22). NOAA support has not yet been requested by the USCG."

8056,2009-07-21,F/V TINA RAY,"Diamond Shoals, Cape Hateras, NC",35.1692,-75.2972,Oil,Collision,Diesel fuel,,,,,,1600,0,"On 7/21/09 USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC about a vessel sinking offshore of Diamond Shoals, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The F/V TINA RAY, a 76 foot long wooden vessel carrying approximately 1600 gallons of #2 diesel fuel collided with the R/V LOCURA, a 33 foot sailboat. Fuel on-board sailboat is unknown. Location was approximately 10nmi offshore. USCG reported a sheen about one mile long by 1/2 mile wide. USCG requested verbal trajectory. Based on NE currents (1-2 knots) and SW winds (5-7 knots) the sheen was moving in a NE direction away from shore. Based on 80 degree water temps and 90 degrees air temps, SSC expected sheen to dissipate within 12-24 hours depending upon rate of discharge of diesel fuel from fuel tanks. Sailboat involved in incident was secured and towed to shore. A vessel is enroute to salvage the F/V TINA RAY which sank. "

8053,2009-07-20,M/V Chios Liberty,"Port of Galveston, Texas",29.3119444444444,-94.7969444444444,Oil,,,,,,,,2000,7,"NOAA ERD was notified on Monday morning, 7/20/09, regarding an incident over the weekend in Galveston Channel. On Sunday, July 19 at 1100 hrs local, the M/V Chios Liberty spilled an estimated 2000 gallons of IFO 180 while at berth at pier 34. The incident occurred during a barge bunkering operation. USCG is requesting a trajectory and resources at risk"

8052,2009-07-19,FV OJ Riggs,"Offshore if Long Beach Island, NJ",39.705,-73.6683,Oil,,Diesel fuel,,,,,,1500,4,"NOAA Seattle was notified at approximately 0630 (PT) by USCG Sector Delaware Bay about an 80 foot fishing vessel on fire and breaking up at a location 20 nmi offshore of Barnegat Inlet, NJ. Vessel carrying 1500 gallons of diesel fuel. USCG requested trajectory modeling and fate and effects. "

8050,2009-07-16,Suspected Pipeline Leak off Marsh Island,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.4927,-92.0167,Oil,,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,1,5,"At 1445 CDT on 16 July 2009, an overflight reported a light sheen 1.5 miles off Marsh Island. The sheen was described as 2 miles by 15 yards and composed of a light sheen. The coordinates are 29° 29.56'N by 92° 01.0 'W. The location of the observed sheen was very near a pipeline, and the pipeline was thought a potential source. NOAA was requested to provide a trajectory analysis."

8051,2009-07-16,Unknown Ship Board Chemical Reaction,"Houston, TX",29.7611944444444,-95.3638888888889,Chemical,,Unk,,,,,,,6,"Sector Houston has requested that NOAA assist in a post-incident investigation of possible chemical reaction aboard. The vessel, currently off-shore, who while completing discharge of 2-Ethyl Hexyl Nitrate (PSN Alkyl C7-C9 Nitrates) at a facility experienced a venting of cargo vapor from the vessels high velocity pressure relief valve. "

8049,2009-07-15,F/V Unknown name,"19 miles west of Tarpon Springs, FL",28.1611,-83.105,Oil,,Diesel fuel and lub oils,,,,,,,0,"USCG and FWC Enforcement are investigating the sinking of a shrimp boat 19 miles west of Tarpon Springs, FL (north of Tampa Bay area). FWC officers are on-scene and pursuing the incident as a potential deliberate sinkingand potential criminal intent. Vessel was reported to have been involved in a collision with another vessel while being towed offshore."

8047,2009-07-14,Chalmette Refinery Hydrofluoric Acid Incident,"Chalmette, LA",29.931,-89.9763,Chemical,,Hydrofluoric Acid,,,,,,,6,"At 9:58 PM (local time) on 14 July 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans relative to a Hydrofluoric Acid incident at the Chalmette Refinery. The cause of the incident was an equipment failure. Apparently, acid used in the refinery process that was entering into a heat exchanger and associated cooling water. The effluent water was being discharged into the Mississippi River."

8048,2009-07-14,M/Y Shogun,Biscayne National Park,25.5183,-80.175,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,1900,1,The 72 foot Motor Yacht Shogun grounded in Biscayne National Park 7/14/09 and was refloated without a pollution incident the same day. NOAA was notified as a trustee.

8046,2009-07-10,Mystery release,"Kuk River near Wainright, AK",70.5,-160.5,Oil,,Black algae,,,,,,,15,"Sector Anchorage notified NOAA ERD of a reported oil sighting in the vicinity of the Kuk River near Wainright, AK. The report described a 30x0.25mile oiled zone. Sector Anchorage is attempting to arrange an afternoon overflight to verify the report and obtain better on-scene information and has requested Resources at Risk information from NOAA."

8043,2009-07-09,Grounded Barge,"Columbia River, OR",45.719,-121.508,Oil,,gasoline,,,,,,1000000,5,US EPA Region 10 called the NOAA SSC with a trustee notification that a double-hulled barge grounded this morning on the Columbia River at river mile 169.5 near the mouth of the Hood River. The barge is carrying 1 million gallons of gasoline. No gasoline has been spilled and responders are planning to lighter some of the cargo to facilitate refloating the barge.

8045,2009-07-09,Mystery Slick,"Off Timbalier island, LA",29.0461,-90.5258,Oil,,,,,,,,,13,"At approximately 2:00PM local time, the SSC was notified by USCG MSU Morgan City, LA of a mystery slick seen by a USCG helicopter at approximately 10:00AM local time on July 9, 2009. The slick was reported to be 3 miles by 8 miles and ""black"" in color. It's reported location was 29 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds N, 090 degrees 31 minutes 33 seconds W. No further information was given. A trajectory was requested."

8044,2009-07-09,Overturned Asphalt Truck,"McCord Creek, OR",45.5973888888889,-121.987388888889,Oil,,asphalt ,,,,,,,1,US EPA Region 10 called the NOAA SSC on July 9 for a trustee notification of an asphalt truck that overturned on the I-84 Bridge over McCord Creek in Oregon on July 8. Asphalt has been released and some of the asphalt has entered and solidified in a slug in the McCord Creek. NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service has been notified and has had a representative on-scene. This was a trustee notification. No NOAA ERD response support has been requested at this time. Damage assessment experts with NOAA's Assessment and Restoration Division are in contact with NOAA NMFS regarding potential damage to the creek and NOAA trust resources.

8041,2009-07-07,Ethyl Acrylate - Dow Chemical,"Hahnville, LA",29.9766666666667,-90.4097222222222,Chemical,,,,,,,,,9,"On the morning of July 7th, the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified by the USCG of a release of Ethyl Acrylate vapor from a tank failure at the Dow Chemical plant. A NOAA SSC is currently en route. At this time a lot of information is still unknown. Updates will be posted as new information presents itself. "

8042,2009-07-07,Two mystery sheens,"Honolulu, HI",21.3069444444444,-157.873166666667,Oil,,"Unknown, likely diesel",1,,,,,,3,"USCG D13 contacted the SSC to request assistance identifying potential source locations for two mystery sheens observed on July 5, 2009 in Honolulu Harbor, Oahu. The first report was made at 0610 of an unknown sheen IVO Piers 21 and 22, Honolulu Harbor. The oil was reported to be a non-dyed product with a slight diesel odor. The second sheen was reported at 0737 near the CGC RUSH at Pier 53 on Sand Island. The oil was reported to be a red-dyed product. The USCG Pollution Investigator estimated the first sheen to be about 5 gallons of product and the second sheen to be approximately 20 to 30 gallons of product. PENCO was hired to recover oil near Pier 53 at Sand Island. Cleanup was completed by 1400 July 5. USCG D14 has requested NOAA SSC assistance with weather (tides, currents, wind) for the area for the period of late Saturday night (4 July) through Monday morning (6 July) and help in possibly identifying where the spill may have originated."

8040,2009-07-06,Tank Truck Merrimack River,"Newburyport, MA",42.8344,-70.9123,Oil,,Gasoline,,,,,,10000,4,"At approximately 0940 EDT on July 06, 2009, a tank truck turned over, releasing gasoline on to Interstate 95 on the Whittier Bridge which crosses the Merrimack River. The release is in the Inland Zone (EPA is federal lead) but only a couple miles from the coast."

8039,2009-07-04,"Kirby Barge, HCL Vapor","ICW West of Intracostal City, LA",29.8072,-92.272,Chemical,,Hydrochloric Acid Vapor,,,,,,,3,"On the morning of July 4th (Independence Day), the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified by the USCG of a release of hydrochloric acid vapor from a barge. The location is reported 2.5 miles W of Intracoastal City, LA in the ICW. The cause of the release is vapor escaping from a "damaged bladder.""

8037,2009-06-30,Unknown material,"offshore Cameron, LA",29.2167,-93.1333,Other,,,,,,,,,4,"On the evening of June 30th, 2009, Port Arthur MSU contacted the SSC in regards to an unknown material in the water approximately 30nm off the coast of Cameron, LA. Photos were taken by Lauren Guzik of SPT Marine Transportation Service and forwarded to the NRC. The material was discovered at approximately 4:45PM local time at LAT 29 13N, LONG 093 08W. Consultation on the photographs was requested by the USCG."

8036,2009-06-25,Tug CAPT MAC Sinking,"Lake Pontchartrain, LA",30.0594,-90.0111,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,5000,3,"On the evening of 25 June 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified of a tug sinking near the Causeway Bridge in Lake Pontchartrain, LA. The tug was reported to have 5000 gallons of diesel on board, but the release rate and volume may be significantly less due to the reported capsized position of the barge (upside down). The location of the incident appears to be just E of the Causeway Bridge at 30° 3’ 34" N Lat. 090° 0’ 40" W Long. The barge was reported to have sunk at 7:00 PM. "

8035,2009-06-23,"M/V TRISTAN, Stern Tube Oil","Gulf of Mexico, Galveston, TX ",29.0333,-94.4,Oil,,Stern Tube Oil,,,,,,12,2,"USCG MSU Galveston contacted the regional NOAA SSC related to a release of stern tube oil in the Gulf of Mexico off Galveston, TX. The M/V TRISTAN reported that oil was observed escaping the stern tube, but no sheen was observed. The product was identified as HYDROX BIO 68. Only a small volume was reported lost, 50 litters. The primary question asked of NOAA was the characterization of the product itself. "

8034,2009-06-21,F/V Hot Tuna,"Off Florence, OR",44.012,-124.189,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,150,2,"Sector Portland notified ERD of the 36-foot F/V Hot Tuna that sank in 160 feet of water off the Siuslaw River near Florence, OR. The vessel was reported to be approximately 1000 feet offshore and carrying 150 gallons of diesel fuel though no release has been observed. Sector Portland requested a trajectory estimate to support their response operations."

8033,2009-06-16,"Sailing Vessel ""Paul Eric""","Rose Atoll, American Samoa",-14.5356,-168.151,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,41,11,"On June 16, 2009, NOAA ERD was notified of a stranded sailing yacht on Rose Atoll in American Samoa. The 35-foot aluminum vessel is believed to have approximately 40 gallons of diesel onboard, but reports are very sketchy at this time. The yacht is reported to be intact and not leaking. A private yacht is enroute to provide assistance. Rose Atoll is located approximately 130 nautical miles east-southeast of Pago Pago Harbor, American Samoa, and is the easternmost Samoan island. It is the southernmost unit of the National Wildlife Refuge System. On January 6, 2009, Rose Atoll Marine National Monument was established, which includes Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge within its boundaries. "

8032,2009-06-09,Mystery tarballs,"Oahu and Kauai, Hawaii",21.3095,-157.656,Oil,,Tarballs,,,,,,,12,"USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA SSC to request a hindcast analysis of tarballs reported at two locations in Hawaii on June 9. Tarballs were reported at Makapuu Beach on Oahu at +21° 18' 34.20"", -157° 39' 20.40"". The time of notification was 1125 HST. The reported extent of coverage was 300 yds X 5 ft of silver dollar size and larger tarballs. The reporting party also stated that the heat from the sun was liquefying the tarballs. Tarballs were also reported at Port Allen on the island of Kauai at +21° 53' 53.58"", -159° 35' 16.86"". The time of notification was 1200 HST. The reported coverage was 1 yd X 80 ft of tar balls with a silver sheen.USCG Sector Honolulu requested a hindcast analysis and an assessment of the likelihood the two events are related. "

8030,2009-06-06,Mystery Sheen Eugene Block 300,"Gulf of Mexico, off LA",28.2008,-91.6564,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,2,"On the morning of June 6, 2009, NOAA ERD was contacted by MSU Morgan City regarding a sheen offshore of Louisiana from an unknown source. The sheen was reported as approximately 10 miles by 4 miles. The reported position is approximately 65 nm from the nearest shoreline. "

8029,2009-05-28,Underwater Platform Spill,approx.170 miles offshore,26.6983,-92.6283,Oil,,46% drilling mud/oil,,,,,,223,5,"On the morning of May 28, 2009, NOAA ERD was contacted by MSU Port Arthur regarding a spill from a platform approximately 170 miles offshore. At 0300 on May 28, 2009, approximately 223 bbls of 46% drilling mud/oil leaked from a pipe at a depth of 5570 feet beneath the water's surface. No visible evidence has been seen on the surface. "

8027,2009-05-27,CSX Railroad Derailment,"Green Mountain, NC",35.9936944444444,-82.2593333333333,Chemical,,"No release reported at this time, however, derailed cars contained alcohol, molten sulfer, petroleum lube oil and possible liquid petroleum gas.",,,,,,,1,"SSC received telephone notification at 0830 from USEPA Region 4 concerning a train derailment. Based on the NRC Report #906758 the train derailment involved 15-30 cars. Incident took place on 27-May-09 at approximately 0530 local time.Due to unknown reasons 2 freight trains derailed into the North Toe River. Some of the cars contained hazardous materials. No release reported at this time, however, derailed cars contained alcohol, molten sulfer, petroleum lube oil and possible liquid petroleum gas. Response personnel on route. No technical assistence requested from NOAA at this time. EPA emergency responders will provide additional information once on-scene. "

8028,2009-05-27,Nikiski gasoline spill,Nikiski Upper Cook Inlet Ak,60.6767,-151.415,Oil,Collision,Gasoline,,,,,,70000,2,"The Alaska SSC was notified early Wednesday morning that the 262 foot Barge SCT282 came into hard contact with the 113 foot Tug Pacific challenger, owned and operated by K-Sea Transportation. This collision cracked the #1 cargo tank causing an approximate 4-6 inch X 3/16 inch crack two to three feet above the water line and releasing unleaded gasoline into Cook Inlet, approximately 1 mile SSE of the KPL dock at Nikiski. The barge had a total of around 70,000 BBL of unleaded gas that it was delivering to several south-central ports. The crack is very close to the top of the tank and was seeping gasoline into the water. There no injuries to report. The vessels were expected to arrive in Homer on Wednesday night, May 27th, where actual measurements will determine the size of the spill."

8025,2009-05-23,Dredge Support Vessel Grounded,"Barataria Bay, LA",29.3836,-89.9925,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1500,6,"On 23 May 2009, USCG Sector New Orleans requested NOAA support for a dredge support vessel that was sinking near the Barataria Navigational Canal in Upper Barataria Bay and SW of Hackberry Bay, Louisiana. The vessel is carrying 1500 gallons of diesel and was reported pushed aground. The upper portion of this bay is dominated by sensitive marsh habitat. The NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator has contacted the Emergency Response Division’s Home Team for trajectory support."

8026,2009-05-22,Mystery Texas tarballs,South Texas coast,25.95,-97.1167,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,A heads up from Buzz Martin. I decided to post to hotline just to capture the event for future reference.

8024,2009-05-17,Sunoco Oil Refinery Explosion and Fire,"Marcus Hook, Pennslyvania",39.8129722222222,-75.4167777777778,Chemical,,Ethylene Oxide,,,,,,,3,"Explosion at Sunoco Oil Refinery at approx 10:10 pm Sunday Major Oil Refinery Fire in Marcus Hook, PA, 15 miles southwest of Philadelphia. Sun Oil Co. refinery has an Ethelyne Oxide fire. Major Explosion. Sun Officials: All employees accounted for. Fire is under control as of 11:35pm, but continues to burn. No evacuations planned. USCG initially requested smoke plume forcast support from NOAA, but fire extinguished and request was cancelled."

8023,2009-05-15,Stranded fumigant canisters,Washington Coast,47.9167,-124.676,Other,,Phosphine gas,,,,,,,4,"U.S Coast Guard Sector Seattle contacted the SSC and requested a hindcast analysis of fumigant canisters that have stranded along the Washington Coast and been recovered in late winter and spring, in many cases during shoreline cleanups.Reports of recovered canisters from 2009 are from the northern Washington coast spanning the region between Oil City and Shi Shi Beach. Canisters were first reported stranded along the shoreline in the fall of 2007. "

8022,2009-05-14,Mystery Slick,"W. Cameron Block 548, GOM",28.2882,-93.3702,Oil,,,,,,,,,1,"On 14 May 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified of a 1mile x 1mile mystery slick approximately 100nm South of Lake Calcasieu, Louisiana. The USCG requested trajectory and weather support."

8021,2009-05-13,Economy Boat Store,"Wickliff, KY",36.967,-89.0981,Oil,,diesel fuel,,,,,,3000,2,"The Coast Guard notified NOAA ERD of a barge that had leaked approximately 3000 gallons of diesel after being refueled at MM 951.2 on the Mississippi River in Wickliff, KY. Fueling operations were completed at 2300 last evening, and the leak was first observed at 0400. NOAA trajectory was requested."

8020,2009-05-12,Hillcorp Energy Oil Spill,"Venice, LA",29.2344,-89.3922,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,840,1,"On 12 May 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified of a crude oil spill in Venice, Louisiana. The USCG reported that 20 bbls of oil was lost into an adjacent marsh from a pipe failure during a pressure test. The oil is contained in a small pond and fringe marsh area immediately adjacent to the facility. The USCG requested that we assess the potential use of in-situ burning to mitigate the spill."

8019,2009-05-08,Chlorine Release,"Adjacent to Miss. River, Hahnville, LA",29.9767222222222,-90.4094722222222,Chemical,,Chlorine Gas,,,,,,,3,"On Friday morning, 8 May 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified by the USCG of a chlorine release from a facility in Hahnville, Louisiana. Eleven workers were reported to have been exposed. The release was reported at 10:26 AM (local time) and the NOAA was notified for support just a few minutes after that time. The actual release was reported to have started at 8:59 AM and was estimated at 2 lbs/min. of chlorine. NOAA was asked to provided the USCG with information as to the immediate threat area and downwind concerns."

8018,2009-05-04,Mystery Spill,GOM off Entrance to Calcasieu River,29.0833,-93.2333,Oil,,Unk,,,,,,,1,"On the afternoon of 4 May, the USCG Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur TX requested a spill trajectory for a slick observed some 40 miles offshore of the mouth of Calcasieu River. The USCG reports that a vessel observed a yellowish brown material in that water that made a 1 by ¼ mile slick. The reported location at 1130 hrs (local time) was 29° 5’ N Lat. 093° 14’ W Long."

8017,2009-05-03,USS Chehalis Assessment,"Pago Pago, American Samoa",-14.275,-170.685,Other,,"Mogas, Avgas, Diesel",,,,,,,25,"This hotline will follow progress on a salvage assessment being conducted by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard on the sunken USS Chehalis. The assessment of the vessel's condition and fuel load is being conducted in preparation for potentially pumping off the remaining fuel later this year. The USS Chehalis reportedly has been periodically releasing small amounts of oil ever since it sank in Pago Pago Harbor in 1949. The salvage assessment in being conducted by US Navy Supervisor of Salvage and Diving and the Navy Mobile Underwater Diving Salvage Unit out of Honolulu, with logistical support from the US Coast Guard Pacific Strike Team, the US Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment in American Samoa, US Coast Guard Sector Honolulu, and US Coast Guard District 14. The assessment activities are scheduled to occur from April 23 through May 9, 2009.A previous assessment conducted by American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency indicated that the fuel remaining aboard the vessel includes 40,000 gallons of motor gasoline (""Mogas""), 70,000 gallons of aviation gasoline (""Avgas"") and 5000 gallons of marine diesel. There is also ammunition aboard. "

8016,2009-04-30,Well Blowout,"Turtle Bay, LA",29.55,-90.1333,Oil,Wellhead,,,,,,,,5,"At approxiamtely 0900 local time, the USCG Sector NOLA contacted the SSC regarding a well blowout in Turtle Bay, LA. The USCG has sent out an overflight and USCG Sector Houma is responding on scene. The well is reported shut in, but ""some oil"" was released. Current amount and type of oil is unknown at this time. The USCG has not requested any products from NOAA until more information is known."

8014,2009-04-26,Small diesel spill,"Lower Columbia River, WA",46.2617,-123.555,Oil,,Marine Diesel,,,,,,250,3,A32 foot pleasure craft caught fire and sank in the morning of 26APR2009 with approximately 250gallons of marine diesel on board. USCG Sector Portland requested a trajectory estimate for a complete & instantaneous release from the sunken vessel.

8013,2009-04-24,Small plane crash,"Columbia River, Astoria, OR",46.19,-123.823,Oil,Search + Rescue,Jet-A,,,,,,240,5,"A small plane crash-landed near the mouth of the Columbia River in the vicinity of Pier 17, Astoria, OR late in the day on 24APR2009. No pollution has been observed thus far, but the aircraft was reported to be carrying approximately 240 gallons of Jet-A fuel on board. USCG Sector Portland requested a trajectory estimate in the event of a fuel release. News reports indicate that attempts are being made to recover the aircraft from the water."

8011,2009-04-22,Leaking Flowline,"West Delta 28, LA",29.1339,-89.72,Oil,Pipeline,,,,,,,,7,"At approximately 7:30 PM on 22 April 2009, USCG Sector NOLA contacted the SSC requesting a trajectory in regards to a 4"" leaking flowline in West Delta 28. There is currently a 5 mile by 1.5 mile light brown sheen extending to the NE from 29°8.033'N 089°43.2'W at the point where it is bubbling. There are two possible RP's being contacted to attempt to shut down the line. An overflight is attempting to get more information before dark."

8010,2009-04-20,Tanker Truck,"Revere, MA",45.4238,-71.003,Oil,,Diesel,1,0,,,,10000,20,"On 20APR2009, NOAA ERD was informed by the USCG that a tanker truck carrying 10,000 gallons of diesel had flipped over near Revere, MA and was releasing product into a local marsh area. SSC presence is requested on-scene. "

8008,2009-04-18,F/V Cowboy,"Vineyard Sound, MA",41.4317,-70.845,Oil,Grounding,Diesel fuel,,,,,,8000,5,"The NOAA SSC was notified by USCG Sector Southern New England (SSNE) at approximately 1800 on 18 April, 2009 concerning the grounded 77 foot fishing vessel Cowboy. The vessel is hard aground on a hard bottom. Salvage operations are commencing with an attempt to de-water the vessel. The USCG has requested NOAA support for a ""worst case"" trajectory. That would be losing the entire contents of the fuel tanks [8,000 gallons of diesel oil] during a maximum flood or ebb tide."

8007,2009-04-18,Kirby 29703 Incident,"Gulf of Mexico, Offshore",28.2086,-92.9519,Other,,,,,,,,,6,"On Friday morning, 17 April 2009, USCG Marine Safety Unit Port Arthur reported that a barge was observed damaged and adrift in the Gulf of Mexico. The observer reported that the barge appeared to have bene sheared in half and discharging an unknown material. Later it was determined that the barge, Kirby 29703 was in two pieces, and the bow section alone had been initially observed. The stern portion of the barge was initially attached to the tug, later released, and then sunk on its own. NOAA was requested to provide trajectory support to the USCG."

8009,2009-04-17,Ghost Net with Fur Seals,Oregon Coast,44.5417,-124.078,Other,,,,,,,,,7,"At approx. 1430(PDT) on 17APR2009, ERD received a call from NOAA Fisheries Enforcement requesting a hindcast trajectory on a suspected foreign net that washed ashore with fur seals in it. The net was reported to have washed ashore in the early morning hours of 08APR2009, with Enforcements officers arriving on-scene at ~1000 the same day. The location of the net was reported as: Lat-44 32.5'N, Long-124 04.7'W. This appears to be South of Newport, OR. This request was indicated as not urgent."

8006,2009-04-17,Small mystery sheen,"Seattle, WA",47.6594,-122.377,Oil,,Unknown,1,,,,,,1,USCG Sector Seattle called the NOAA SSC for technical guidance regarding a small mystery sheen observed surfacing near the Ballard Bridge. A spill response contractor hired to boom around the sheen sent divers down but could not identify any clear source.

8005,2009-04-14,F/V Dandy Bill,"San Mateo Bridge, San Francisco Bay, CA",37.5993,-122.214,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,0,,,,,4000,3,"The wooden-hulled F/V Dandy Bill was reported to have lost propulsion and drifted into the San Mateo Bridge in Southern San Francisco Bay in the evenining hours of 14APR2009 in 35-40knot winds. The vessel was believed to be carrying up to 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel and began to submerge before fuel could be removed. Sector San Francisco contacted the NOAA SSC early the next morning, reported that the vessel was expected to break up soon and requested trajectory support."

8004,2009-04-14,F/V Renee Marie,"Offshore Queets River, WA",47.4502,-124.509,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,700,13,"USCG Sector Portland contacted the NOAA SSC the evening of April 14 to request trajectory support for the capsized F/V Maree Maria, reported to be approximately 7.5 nm southwest of the mouth of the Queets River in Washington. The vessel is reported to be buoyant, with the hull and nets visible, and drifting southeast. The vessel is assumed to have approximately 700 gallons of #2 fuel aboard. It is not known at this time whether any fuel has been released. Trajectory forecasts were requested for the fuel, drifting vessel, and a missing crew member."

8003,2009-04-03,USS Cleveland,"SE of Point Loma, CA",32.5983,-117.208,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,100,2,The USS Cleveland reported a release of 100 gallons of diesel fuel at 0804hrs (local) approximately 4nm south of Point Loma. Winds on-scene were reported at 5knots from the NW. Sector San Diego contacted the NOAA SSC and requested trajectory support.

8002,2009-04-01,Diversified Environmental Services,"Tampa Bay, FL",27.9295,-82.4281,Oil,Collision,Waste oil,1,1,,,,5000,4,"At 1130local, April 1, 2009, as a result of a collision while docking, roughly 2300gal (estimate as of noon, 2Apr09)) of waste oil (slops) was discharged from a barge owned by Diversified Environmental Services, Inc., into McKay Bay, a secondary bay of Tampa Bay, FL. Location of the spill was at the ""Shrimp Docks"" on the southwest side of the 22nd St. Causeway. The majority of the spill was apparently contained in the immediate vicinity of the dockside facility by the responsible party, since they are also an oil spill cleanup contractor whose HQ is at the dock where the oil was discharged. The collision opened a 2 foot long gash in the port forward quarter of the barge, puncturing one of the barges tanks. It is a single skin barge. NOAA ERD was apparently not notified, and the SSC learned of it through ARD personnel at 1850 local, 1Apr09, although the earliest reports indicated the spill was less than 1000 gallons and contained. A site visit on 2Apr09 by the SSCr in St. Petersburg collected further information."

8001,2009-03-28,"Mystery Slick, MM112","Mississippi River, Luling LA",29.9531,-90.3908,Oil,Mystery Substance,Suspect Heavy Fuel Oil,,,,,,,2,"On Saturday, 28 March 2009, the Regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was contacted by USCG Sector New Orleans relative to a 200 yard long mystery slick reported as black oil. The observation was in the Mississippi River at MM 112. The USCG requested trajectory support."

7999,2009-03-23,NY Harbor #6 Fuel Spill,NY Harbor Husdon R,40.6333,-74.0667,Oil,,#6 Fuel Oil,1,,,,,400,6,"On March 23, 2009 at 1800 EDT, the transfer line between two vessels failed releasing approximately 400 gallons of Fuel Oil No. 6 into New York Harbor (40° 38’N, 74° 4’W). The amount released is an estimate and not an actual measurement. At this time, no additional product has been released and oil spill observations (slick location and appearance) are unavailable. "

8000,2009-03-23,Redoubt Volcano eruption,"Cook Inlet, Alaska",60.5,-152.7,Oil,,Cook Inlet crude oil,,,,,,6216000,25,"Redoubt Volcano, intermittently active since January and approximately 100 nm SW of Anchorage on the west side of Cook Inlet, resumed its activity late Sunday night and early Monday morning, March 22 & 23, with five explosive eruptions. These eruptions caused lahars, extensive fllooding, and mud flows around the Drift River Tank Farm, where oil from the Cook Inlet fields is temporarily stored prior to shipping out aboard tankers. Currently, two of the four active tanks have 74,000 bbls of oil apiece. At 7:30 PM on March 23rd, ADEC and USCG conducted an over-flight to determine any potential threat to the tank farm and related facilities at the Drift River Terminal. They observed extensive flooding to the area with mud flows to a depth of six feet in the area of the runway and ballast tank, but no significant penetration of the 18 to 20 foot high teritiary containment berm around the tank farm. No oil or hazardous substance releases have been reported at this time. Cook Inlet Pipeline Company, operator of the tank farm, is planning on-the-ground evaluation today of the teritiary berms, pumps, and other equipment and facilities necessary for the operation of the tank farm. The Alaska Volcano Observatory is predicting additional explosive activity of the volcano in the near future, which combined with the extensive amount of snow and ice on the flanks of Redoubt could cause additional significant flooding and mud flows towards the Drift River Tank Farm. The Coast Guard has asked the NOAA SSC to keep fully abreast of the situation and to participate in conference calls among the CG, the state, the tank farm operator and others. The last major explosive eruption of Redoubt volcano occurred on April 4. It was the largest eruption, during this sequence, and produced the largest lahar to date, completely encircling the Drift River Tank Farm (DRTF). None of the mud or water, however, penetrated the large dikes around the facility. As an additional safety precaution, Chevron and Cook Inlet Pipeline decided to completely shut in the DRTF and proceeded to draw down the oil in the two active storage tanks to minimal levels. To achieve greater tank stability, 30,000 Bbls of fresh water was added to each of the two active tanks. With no eruptions since April 4 and dome building in the volcano's throat dramatically decreasing, the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) decided to downgrade the threat level of the volcano from orange to yellow on June 29, 2009. "

7998,2009-03-21,Ammonia Tank Released,"Lime Tree Bay, St. Croix",17.699,-64.7473,Chemical,,,,,,,,,6,"During transfer, a 8000 lb. Anhydrous Ammonia intermodal tank was dropped, and is now wedged between a Bunkering Barge and the ship. It is partially submerged, and there is ammonia bubbling up."

7997,2009-03-20,USS New Orleans,Strait of Hormuz,26.5177,56.1508,Oil,Collision,,,,,,,25000,3,"The USS New Orleans, a US Navy amphibious ship, collided with the USS Hartford, a US Navy submarine in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday morning at about 0100 local time. The collision resulted in an estimated release of 25,000 gallons of marine diesel oil.US Navy Supervisor of Salvage contacted the NOAA SSC as per a joint contingency plan and modeling estimates are being prepared. "

7996,2009-03-19,"Mystery Slick, Grand Isle Block 43","Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.0008,-89.8589,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,,1,"On 19 March 2008, NOAA was notified of a 4-mile long slick in the Gulf of Mexico off Grand Isle LA. The source of the release is unknown. USCG requested a trajectory analysis, and such was provided by the Emergency Response Division’s Home Team in Seattle WA."

7995,2009-03-18,Zinc-Calcium Bromide Barge,"Mississippi River, West Memphis, AR",35.1167,-90.1833,Chemical,,Zinc-Calcium Bromide Solution,,,,,,4400,23,"On Wednesday, 18 March 2009, USCG Sector Lower Mississippi River notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a over-turned barge containing a mixture of Zinc and Calcium Bromide (approximately 16.8% solution). The barge is sunk up-side down along the right descending bank at the Kinder Morgan facility in West Memphis, AR. Due to strong currents, dive operations are impossible. The salvage contractor plans to use 2 large A-frames and attempt a lift of the vessel. The salvor anticipates that the pressure caused by the lift chains on the cargo tank tops may (will potentially) crush the cargo tank, resulting in loss of cargo from one tank (2200 bbls). The barge is carrying 4400 bbls. The lift has suspended for further review and additional options are being assessed. NOAA was requested to provide an analysis of a worse case threat."

7992,2009-03-12,Galveston Bay UTV,Galveston Bay. Tx,29.342,-94.8185,Oil,Collision,Diesel fuel,,,,,,13400,3,"On the morning of March 12, NOAA SSC, Charlie Henry, was notified concerning a UTV that hit a submerged object inside of Galveston Bay and was taking on water. The vessel was not leaking oil and it has 13,400 gallons of diesel onboard. The vessel is on the north side of Pelican Island."

7991,2009-03-12,MV Honor,"Wilmington, DE",39.718,-75.5197,Oil,,Fuel oil,,,,,,4000,6,"USCG Sector Delaware Bay called the NOAA SSC to report a #2 fuel oil spill at the Port of Wilmington, DE from the MV Honor. The report estimated between 3,500 to 4,000 gallons of fuel oil was spilled. It appears the vessel's hull was punctured by the bollard while it was along side the pier. The USCG requested phone support for trajectory, weather and tides and currents."

7993,2009-03-12,Tug-Barge collision Miss R,mm 107 upriver of New Orleans,29.932,-90.1808,Oil,,,,,,,,,4,"This afternoon NOAA SSC Charlie Henry was notified of a barge - tug collion upstream of New Orleans on the Miss. River. The barge carrying 1500 metric tons (450,000 gallons) of lube oil was damaged but did not lose any oil. It is now at the ACL dock at mm 107."

7990,2009-03-07,Plaquemine Train Derailment,"Plaquemine, LA",30.2932,-91.2387,Chemical,Railcar,Molten Sulfur,,,,,,,1,"A freight train car carrying molten sulfur derailed and sprung a leak on Saturday, 7 March 2009. The USCG notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of both the damaged rail car leaking molten sulfur and several reported empty hazmat rail cars that contained only residuals of anhydrous ammonia and styrene monomer. The hot molten sulfur created an air threat forcing an evacuation."

7989,2009-03-06,Tanker Vessel SKS SATILLA,"GOM, off Galveston, TX",28.595,-93.8583,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,,27,"On March 6, 2009, the SKS SATILLA, a 900-ft Norwegian flagged tank ship carrying approximately 130K MT of crude oil, reported listing 8 degrees and taking on water about 65-miles offshore of Galveston TX. No known cause as of this posting. The USCG is responding and has initially requested NOAA provide a potential trajectory analysis and natural resources at risk assessment. (photo courtesy of USCG)"

7988,2009-03-05,FV Mar-Gun,"St. George Isl, Pribilof Isls, Bering Sea, Alaska",56.6,-169.6,Oil,Grounding,"Diesel, lube oil, hydraulic fluid",,,,,,18895,49,"The Alaskan SSC was notified at 0600 March 5 by Sector Anchorage that the 112 foot FV Mar-Gun grounded on the north side of St. George Island, the more southern of the two Pribilof Islands in the SE Bering Sea, Alaska. Five POB and the vessel had 15,000 gallons of diesel and grounded in 18 to 25 ft. of water. At the moment the Coast Guard is treating the incident strictly as a SAR case, although NOAA SSC and Sector Anchorage personnel are gearing up to treat this as a pollution case, and have called for a UC meeting morning of March 5. NOAA is providing weather, tides, ADIOS runs, and possible trajectories and impacts. Dan Magone from Dutch Harbor was hired as the vessel salvor to extricate it from its rocky grounding on the shoreline on the N. side of St. George Island. After several fits and starts, bad weather, labor difficulties, broken equipment,etc, etc. the vessel was finally refloated around the first of May and was taken to Dutch Harbor for final repairs. No significant amounts of oil were released during the incident. "

7987,2009-03-03,T/V Minerva Iris Grounding,"Galveston Bay, TX",29.4628,-94.851,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,25200000,4,"At 1037 CST, in Galveston Bay Texas, the T/V Minerva grounded in the shipping channel. The vessel is reported to have 600,000 bbls of crude oil onboard. There is not spill at this time. The shipping channel has been closed until the vessel can be moved."

7985,2009-03-01,Tanker Eltanin,Offshore LA/TX,29.4798,-93.8318,Oil,Grounding,"fuel oil, molten sulfur, diesel",,,,,,,21,"On March 1, 2009, OR&R was notified of a 614ft-tanker that grounded @ approximately 0400 local time 12nm offshore off of Sabine Pass. The tanker is carrying 112,330 gallons of fuel oil, 44,859 metric tons of molten sulfur, and 4500 gallons of diesel fuel. Recovery planning is now underway with the USCG and RP. Through the local Science Support Coordinator, NOAA provided trajectory and weather support. (photo courtesy of USCG)"

7984,2009-02-28,Wassaw Sound Yacht Grounding,"Off Wassaw Sound, GA",31.9316,-80.9629,Oil,Adrift|Search + Rescue,Gasoline,,,,,,170,2,A 36' yacht hand grouded off Wassaw Sound GA during bad weather. Vessel had 170 gallons of gasoline. ALl persons rescued and vessel under tow back to safe harbor.

7983,2009-02-25,FV Icy Mist,"Akutan Isl., Eastern Aleutians, Alaska",54.2167,-165.967,Oil,Grounding,Diesel and lube oil and hydraulic oil,,,,,,3050,11,"Early morning of Wed., Feb. 25, Sector Anchorage received word that the 58' FV Icy Mist was taking on water north of Akutan Island with 4 POB along with 2700 gallons of diesel, 150 gallons of hydraulic oil, 200 gallons of lube oil, and 60,000 lbs of Pacific Cod. Conditions were horrific with sustained winds of 60 to 70 kts and gusts approaching 100 kts. Vessel was intentionally beached on a rocky shoreline shadowed by a high vertical cliff face. The 4 POB were rescued by Coast Guard helo, and the status of the fuel onboard is unknown at this time.Initially, from an overflight, no pollution was reported, and the vessel appeared to be in good condition. However on up close examination, the bottom of the vessel was found to be badly damaged causing a release of all the diesel and all the hydralic oil. The 200 gallons of lube oil was removed. NOAA SSC provided weather forecast support throughout as well as information on the fate of the oil if a release occurred. The state of Alaska will managed both the disposal of the Pacific cod and the vessel."

7982,2009-02-21,Yasa Golden Dardanelles Grounding,"GOM, off Galveston, TX",29.0869,-94.2511,Oil,Grounding,#2 fuel oil,,,,,,26082000,22,"At about 1200 on Friday, Feb 20 the Yasa Golden Dardenells ground about 29 nm from the entrance to Galveston Bay. ERD duty officer received the call from CG at about 0430 CST on Saturday, Feb 21. The vessel has not leaked any oil. It has 621,000 bbls of low sulfur #2 fuel oil onboard. NOAA SSC Charlie Henry has been notified."

7981,2009-02-19,Cygnet Ohio Pipeline spill,"Portage River, Ohio",41.2333,-83.65,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,,,,,,25200,6,"On Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009 at 1700 CST a pipeline mishap resulted in about 600 bbls of crude oil being spilled into the Rocky Ford Creek in Cygnet, Oh. EPA is the FOSC and asked us for river flow information. Booming efforts to hold the oil in the creek failed and the oil has entered the Portage River."

7980,2009-02-18,Gas/Condensate Release,GOM off Matagorda Island TX,27.96,-96.565,Oil,Pipeline,Natural Gas and Condensate Liquid.,,,,,,5250,5,"On 18 February 2009, NOAA was notified by the Texas General Land Office (TGLO) of an offshore gas and gas condensate release near Matagorda Island, Texas. The initial NRC report (#897816) stated that a 1 mile x 1 mile sheen was observed associated with a 24" natural gas line failure at a platform. "

7979,2009-02-18,Mystery Tarballs,"Santa Cruz, CA",36.9617,-122.023,Oil,Mystery Substance,Tarballs,,1,,,,,1,"At approximately 0940 PST, on February 18, 2009, CA-OSPR contacted ERD regarding an incident in Santa Cruz, CA. They reported silver-dollar size tarballs coming ashore since 1700 on Feb. 17, 2009. Volume unknown. RP unknown. ERD contacted to provide hind-cast trajectory information. "

7978,2009-02-18,Sewage Sludge Spill,"Schuykill River, PA",39.89,-75.21,Other,,Waste Activated Sludge,,,,,,30000,0,"The NOAA NWS was contacted by the Delaware Emergency Management Agency concerning a release of sewage sludge at the mouth of the Schuykill River in Philadelphia. They requested a prediction as to when the plume may reach the city of Wilmington, DE. They were concerned about water intakes. The report stated that approximately 30,000 gallons of waste activated sludge (1,000 mg/l suspended solids) was released at 39.89N / 75.21W on Monday (2/16) at 1530 and ceased discharging this morning. NOAA ERD predictions estimate that the leading edge of the plume would be at Wilmington by today, but the concentration would be negligible."

7976,2009-02-15,Tank Failure and Oil Spill,"Near Vinton, LA",30.1462,-93.5988,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,1680,2,"On Sunday, 15 February 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified of a failure at a tank battery near Vinton, Louisiana (NRC Report Number 897549). The cause of the release is under investigation, but may be related to a valve and failure in secondary containment. The RP reported 25 bbls of crude oil released. This value was updated to 40 bbls of crude oil and 180 bbls of brine water (production or formation water) when the USCG arrived on-scene."

7975,2009-02-14,Mystery Sheen West Delta Block 94,"Gulf of Mexico, Offshore LA",28.6017,-89.9161,Oil,,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,,3,"A 1000-foot x 8-mile sheen was observed in the Gulf of Mexico at 1:30 PM (local time), 14 February 2009. The sheen was characterized as 99% silver and 1% slightly colored (rainbow). The oil type is currently unknown as is the source. The reported position was 28° 36’ 06" N Lat. 089° 54’ 58" W Long. This position places the slick roughly 50 miles offshore of Grand Isle, Louisiana. USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City has requested that NOAA provide a trajectory analysis. Associated NRC report number is 897513."

7974,2009-02-13,M/V DUNLIN ARROW,Dominican Republic,20.5117,-69.6933,Oil,,,,,,,,,4,"On February 13, 2009, USCG Sector Puerto Rico notified ERD that a 600-foot general cargo vessel, the M/V Dunlin Arrow, was hard aground on a shoal 50 miles off the north shore of the Dominican Republic. The vessel is carrying 264,000 gallons of diesel and the cargo is reported as paper. The USCG initially reported oil in the water and then reported that all tanks were breached. ERD is standing by to provide trajectory and weather support. At this time the vessel is not thought to be a threat to U.S. waters."

7973,2009-02-12,"Bay Marchand Block 1, Oil Spill","Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.1031,-90.1589,Oil,,Suspected Crude Oil Release,,,,,,,4,"On the evening of 12 February 2009, USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a 5-foot x 1000-foot bearably discernable sheen observed in Louisiana state waters. The time of the observation was roughly 4:30 PM (local time). The reported position was 29° 06’ 11" N Lat. 090° 09’ 32" W Long. This position places the slick approximately 1 nautical mile offshore of Fourchon Beach at Bay Champagne. The suspected RP doesn’t, at present, know the source, but will investigate at first light if weather conditions allow. Associated NRC report number is 897359. NOAA provided a trajectory analysis for the observed slick and also an analysis should the discharge volume and the source oil be more persistent than initially indicted."

7972,2009-02-12,F/V Maranatha and Tug Mary L Collision,Tampa Bay FL,27.6583,-82.5917,Oil,Collision,diesel,,,,,,4000,7,The F/V Maranatha and Tug Mary L collided at 1905 (local)in Tampa Bay near thePort Manatee Entrance at position 27-39.5N 082-35.5W during heavy fog. TheMaranatha's fuel tank was damaged. The tank had 4000 gallons of diesel in itand the Captain reported that he plugged the tank and estimates throughsoundings that 1500 gallons had spilled. The Tug was not damaged. Boom isexpected to be on scene around 2300 (local).

7971,2009-02-12,"South Pass Block 27, Oil Spill","GOM, Louisiana Coast",28.9772,-89.3158,Oil,,Suspected Crude Oil Release,,,,,,,7,Overflight spotted a slick near a facility in South Pass Block 38. USCG Sector New Orleans requested a trajectory analysis (NRC Report 897271).

7967,2009-02-09,FV Beau Vin,"Wrightsville Beach, NC",33.8847,-77.8497,Oil,,,,,,,,,4,"On 2/8/09 at 1500 hours, USCG Sector North Carolina notified the NOAA SSC about a commercial fishing vessel, the FV Beau Vin, that was on fire and adrift at a location 6 miles east of Wrightsville Beach, NC. USCG rescued one individual from the vessel. Vessel is carrying 700 gallons of diesel fuel. No reports of pollution. USCG requested trajectory, weather, tides from NOAA. As of 2/9/09 1400 hours a USCG aircraft made two search patterns looking for the vessel. It was not found. No sheen was located. USCG plans to document as asinking with 700 gal oil onboard. "

7970,2009-02-09,"Mystery Spill, NRC 896969","Black Bay, LA",29.5331,-89.4847,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unk Oil,,,,,,,0,"The regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified by USCG Sector New Orleans of a mystery slick in the Black Bay area. A USCG helicopter overflight at 1700 hrs confirmed the presence of a small slick roughly 0.25 x 0.25 miles in size composed of silver sheen with spots of dark oil. The initial reported location was 29° 31’ 59" N Lat. 089° 29’ 05" W Long at 10:43 (local time) on 9 February 2009. This position places the slick roughly in Black Bay, 13 miles NE of Nairn and more than 15 miles NW of Breton Island. USCG Sector New Orleans requested a trajectory analysis."

7966,2009-02-08,Caterpillar Facility,"Joliet, IL (Des Plaines River)",41.4831,-88.1369,Oil,,Waste Oil,,,,,,70000,3,"The Caterpillar Company in Joliet, Il reported a release of 70,000 gallons of waste oil and other waste products into the Des Plaines River. The USCG received a report via the NRC at 1200 CST. Apparently a holding facility overflowed allowing an estimated (by the facility) of 10% to sheet-flow over the ground into the river. The time of this overflow is unknown at this writing. Reports indicate sheening and "gray clumps" as far as 6 miles downriver (1430 CST)."

7965,2009-02-06,USS Port Royal,"Pearl Harbor, HI",21.2967,-157.922,Other,Grounding,navy marine diesel,,,,,,250000,27,"U.S Coast Guard Sector Honolulu notified the NOAA SSC that the USS Port Royal, a Pearl Harbor-based navy guided missile cruiser, is hard aground at the entrance to Pearl Harbor at coordinates 21 degrees 17.48 north, 157 degrees 55.23 west. The location is approximately a half a mile south of Honolulu Airport's Reef Runway and a mile and a half from the entrance of Pearl Harbor.No oil has been released at this time. The vessel is taking on water, however, the water is contained in the space adjacent to the sonar array. It is believed that only the sonar array is aground. Operations to free the vessel, reportedly grounded on sand and crushed coral rock, are in progress. The vessel is reported to be carrying 250,000 gallons of navy marine diesel and 1000 gallons of JP5 aboard."

7964,2009-02-01,South Marsh Block 243 Oil Spill,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.1989,-91.9186,Oil,Mystery Substance,Suspected Crude Oil Release,,,,,,,4,"Shortly after noon (local time) on 1 Feb. 2009 (Super Bowl Sunday), the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer notified the regional Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a request for support from USCG Marine Safety Unit Morgan City, LA. The MSU was notified of a reported observed slick some 20 miles off Marsh Island in the vicinity of South Marsh Block 243. The observed slick was reported as 1 x 6 miles in size an estimated by the observer as 600 bbls of crude oil (note this value was an estimate only). No additional information is known at this time other than the suspected source is thought to be a pipeline failure. "

7962,2009-01-30,M/V Lituya,"Metlakatla, SE Alaska",55.1407,-131.568,Oil,Grounding,Diesel ,,,,,,7000,15,"Call received from Sector Juneau at 0300, Jan. 30, reporting that the Alaska Marine Highway ferry, the MV Lituya was aground on Scrub Island roughly one-half mile north of Metlakatla, SE Alaska, in 50 to 80 knot winds. The vessel was successfully abandoned, but has 7000 gals of diesel onboard. So far nothing has been released. Sector Juneau requested a trajectory and weather forecast. "

7963,2009-01-30,Tri-Ram #2 Spill,"Portland, CT",41.5728,-72.6466,Oil,,#2 oil,,,,,,6000,13,"The SSC was notified by the USCG Sector LIS at 0820 of a #2 oil release into the Connecticut River near Portland, CT at the Tr-Ramp facility. The release came from a storage tank that had a faulty check valve on a pump. Approximately 6,000 gallons of oil leaked into the secondary containment. Of that, an estimated half made its way into the CT River through a storm drain. The release may have started over a week ago and was not noticed until today. The operator noticed that they went through about a months worth of oil in 10 days. That's when they went to inspect the tank and discovered the oil pool. There is snow covering the ground and the river is frozen solid. The USCG requested trajectory information and recommendations on oil under ice response actions."

7961,2009-01-28,PB Platform,"Gulf of Mexico, Offshore Lousiana",28.2056,-88.5,Oil,Pipeline,CRUDE,,,,,,6300,2,"On January 28, 2009, USCG Morgan City contacted ERD regarding an incident and requested a trajectory for a release that occurred on 1/27/09. A pipeline that is connected to a BP platform reportedly lost 150 barrels of crude oil. An overflight was conducted and a 5-mile x 1 mile scattered silvery sheen was observed in position 28° 12' 20"" N , 088° 30' 00. This position is approximately 50 miles offshore in the Gulf of Mexico."

7959,2009-01-26,FV Compadre,Offshore Louisiana,28.1889,-93.15,Oil,,,,,,,,6000,8,"On January 26, 2009, the USCG contacted NOAA ERD regarding a burning fishing vessel off Cameron, LA. The F/V Compadre caught fire for unknown reasons. The crew was rescued and vessel was abandoned, burning, and adrift. Last known coordinates placed the vessel about 95 miles offshore and 25 miles east of East Flower Gardens NMS. The 72-foot steel vessel has 5,000 to 6,000 gallons of diesel onboard. The incident occurred on 26-JAN-09 at 08:00 local incident time."

7960,2009-01-26,Tanker Truck Fuel Spill,"Leesburg, VA",39.1163888888889,-77.5647222222222,Oil,,Diesel fuel,1,,,,,5000,0,"VADEQ notified the NOAA SSC about a tanker truck accident on Rt. 267 within the Dulles Greenway, 5 miles east of Leesburg, Loudon County, VA. An estimated 5,000 gallons of deisel fuel spilled into a nearby storm water drain and then into a nearby creek. The spill occurred in remote area and the surrounding are is heavily wooded making access to the spill site difficult. VADEQ is on-scene and overseeing response activities. A vac truck is on-scene and is stationed just south of the spill site attempting to recover the fuel. According to on-scene VADEQ personnel, there is a section of stream below where the spill took place but above where the vac truck is located with a relatively heavy concentration of floating deisel fuel. SSC made recommendations to initiate flushing above the spill site in order to expedite movement of product downstream to area where vac truck is working. SSC also recommended that sorbents be placed alonmg the shoreline where accessible and if available, placement of boom to use to deflect free floating product toward vac truck. No further support requested.VADEQ contactsMark Miller 866-640-0883John Geise 804-698-4287 "

7958,2009-01-24,"West Cameron, Block 142","GOM, LA",29.4253,-93.0842,Oil,Pipeline,condensate,,,,,,1260,1,"Rainbow sheen near West Cameron, LA Block 142 on Saturday afternoon, 24 Jan.2009. The source is thought to be a leaking underwater pipeline that has sincebeen secured. The original amount is thought to be 30 barrels of condensate buthas since been corrected to approximately 10 barrels of condensate. The reportedposition is at 29° 25’ 31" N Lat. 093° 05’ 03" W Long. A 8-mile x2-mile long rainbow sheen was observed.NRC report #895749A brief trajectory analysis and weather forecast was requested."

7957,2009-01-22,Barge RTC 150,"Western Long Island Sound, NY",40.8483,-73.7563,Oil,Grounding,#2 heating oil,,,,,,5901714,14,"At 1438R, TUG MEREDITH C. REINAUER with loaded Barge RTC 150 ran aground. The Barge hit bottom near Execution Rocks, NY. The barge was loaded with 140,517 bbls (5,901,714 gals) of home heating oil. The barge is taking on water, but not discharging any oil att. The barge is double hulled. The barge is at anchor approx 1/2 nm NE of Hart Island, NY."

7955,2009-01-20,M/V GENMAR PROGRESS,"Gulf of Mexico, Offshore Galveston, TX",28.5617,-94.04,Oil,,Very Light Arbian Crude Oil,,,,,,,6,"Monday night (19 Jan. 2009), USCG MSU Galveston received a report (NRC# 895253) of a 400m x 400m sheen in the offshore lightering zone, (lat/long: 28-33.7N/094-02.4W). This position is approximately 70 miles south of Galveston and 30 miles north of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary."

7954,2009-01-19,Texas Petroleum Pipeline Spill,"SW of Kaplin, LA",29.8833,-92.4167,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil and Production Water,,,,,,200,11,"On 19 Jan. 2009 (MLK Holiday), the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified of a spill reported in a marsh SW of Kaplan, Louisiana. The initial report stated that crude oil and production water (high brine content formation water) was released from a pipeline into a marsh."

7956,2009-01-18,CSL Argosy,"Annapolis, MD",38.9786666666667,-76.4916111111111,Oil,Grounding,Iron ore and fuel oil,,,,,,0,0,"On Sunday, January 18, the 800-foot bulk carrier CSL Argosy ran aground in the Chesapeake Bay in the lower Craig Hill Channel just north of Annapolis, MD. The ship, with pilot aboard, was inbound to Baltimore with a cargo of iron ore when it ran aground. There was no pollution associated with the grounding, although as a precautionary measure, oil spill recovery equipment had been placed on stand-by in the event it was needed. On Monday, January 19, the vessel was refloated after a total of 19,300 metric tons of iron ore were removed and transferred to barges. The ship is safey anchored near Annapolis, MD. while the crew manually inspects all areas of the ship. At this time there is no signs of damage or pollution. Cause of grounding in under investigation. No NOAA products/support requested. "

7952,2009-01-16,OSV V-ROVER Allision,"Gulf of Mexico, TX",27.3817,-94.6498,Oil,Collision,Synthetic-Based Drilling Mud,,,,,,45000,8,"On the evening of 16 Jan. 2009, the USCG notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of an allision of the OSV C-ROVER with a MODU in the general area of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary (FGBNMS). While completing transfer operations of synthetic-based drilling mud, the C-ROVER hit Column No. 4 on the Semi-Submersible MODU. The reported position was 27° 22.9’ N Lat. 094° 38.99’ W Long. (S of the FGBNMS)."

7950,2009-01-15,M/V Monarch/Granite Pt.Platform,"Upper Cook Inlet, Alaska",60.95,-151.48,Oil,Collision,Diesel and Granite Pt. crude,,,,,,50000,22,"Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA SSC at 0615, Thursday morning, that the Ocean Marine Services, Inc. workboat, the M/V Monarch, had become pinned against the leg of the Granite Pt. platform, as the combined result of a strong flood tidal current and extreme ice. The vessel has about 38,000 gallons of diesel onboard, is currently listing at around 30 degrees, and has been successfully abandoned. In addition, the Granite Pt. platform has been shut-in and abandoned, as the result of concern for possible damage to the platform. It appears that SSC may be headed on-scene. The CG and the SSC headed on-scene via a CG C-130 which overflew the Granite Pt. platform and the overturned Monarch hull just barely showing above the surface of the water. A couple of hours later it was reported that the Monarch had sunk to the seafloor in rougly 80 to 90 feet of water. Due to the ice and strong currents, it was decided to attempt a salvage operation in the spring. However, in March it was announced that the Monarch would be left on the bottom of Cook Inlet adjacent to the Granite Pt. platform."

7951,2009-01-15,US Air Crash,"Hudson River, NY",40.7438888888889,-73.9616666666667,Oil,,Jet Fuel,,,,,,6300,11,"At 3:31 PM January 15, 2009 the US Air flight 1549 crashed into the Hudson River. This Airbus A320 class of aircraft has a potential capacity of 6300 gallons of Jet fuel. 150 passengers on board. Plane took off from LaGuardia Airport, NY and was heading to Charlotte, NC. Reported to be in air only for 3 minutes before crashing into Hudson River. PRELIMINARY report indicates that all passengers and crew have been accounted for, however there are reports of injuries. Dive teams have searched the aircraft and no one found onboard. NTSB initiating investigation. US Airways emergency line for families 800-679-8215. Preliminary reports that plane hit a flock of geese causing both engines to burn out. USCG, NYC Police and Fire Departments and NY Waterway Ferries on-scene. Homeland Security/FBI say that this was not a terrorist incident. The SSC has contacted Sector NY and offered any assistance if needed. So far no requests for assistance. 12-15 victims brought to Roosevelt Hospital for hypothermia treatment and other injuries. USCG reported that at 3:31 PM the plane crashed, and CG activated response crews from Sector NY. USCG deployed 9 vessels on-scene. "

7949,2009-01-13,Main Pass 31/ near Breton Sound 48,LA,29.4822,-89.3597,Oil,,leaking well,,,,,,,6,"At approximately noon local time, the SSC was advised by USCG Sector NOLA that they received NRC report 894684 of a well leaking in Quarantine Bay, unknown color or size. A Coast Guard Falcon flew over the lat and long provided by the NRC report and reported back a 12 mile long rainbow sheen coming from a well. The lat and long from the NRC 29 28' 56""/ 089 21' 35"" puts it in the Main Pass 31 area. The Coast Guard flacon reported it at 29 28.53/089 20.54 which puts it in the approximate same location. The Falcon did not relay back a heading of the sheen, but the winds at the time were WNW at 10 mph in Boothville. Sector New Orleans will open the OSLT Fund to conduct an assessment to confirm that the well is leaking, and if weather permits booming off the well and if other response resources are required."

7948,2009-01-11,"Leaking Cason, Bay Marchand","Gulf of Mexico, LA ",29.1061,-90.1508,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,1,3,The USCG notified NOAA of an incident reported as leak from a cason at a well located at 29° 06’ 22" N Lat. 090° 09’ 03" W Long. This location is approximately 1 mile S of the Fourchon Beach area in the Gulf of Mexico. The reported release was less than 1 gallon (details of any rate of release are unknown at present). NOAA was asked to provide a trajectory analysis for planning purposes should the situation worsen.

7947,2009-01-11,"Mystery Release, South Timbalier 23","Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.0653,-90.0833,Oil,,Suspected to be Condensate Crude Oil and Gas,,,,,,,5,"On Sunday Evening, 11 Jan. 2009, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator was notified of a mystery sheen and bubbling source or release in the Gulf of Mexico off South Louisiana. The USCG as requested a trajectory analysis. The suspected source may be a leaking pipeline."

7946,2009-01-08,Mystery Slick,"GOM, Off Belle Pass, LA",29.0203,-90.1706,Oil,,Suspected to be Condensate Crude Oil,,,,,,,3,"On Thursday evening, 8 Jan. 2009, NOAA was notified of a mystery slick some 5 miles off Belle Pass, LA in the Gulf of Mexico by USCG Sector Morgan City. The observed source is thought to be a leaking pipeline since gas bubbling was observed at the source."

7945,2009-01-06,F/V American Way,"Aghiyuk Island, W. Gulf of Alaska",56.2259,-156.769,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,850,15,"On January 6, 2009, Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA SSC of a potential incident in which a fiberglass 38' F/V American Way had engine problems enroute on a supply cruise between the villages of Kodiak and Chignik, on the Alaskan Peninsula. and was intentionally grounded on Aghiyuk Island, SW of Kodiak Island. The vessel had 650 gallons of diesel fuel in tanks and 4 drums of diesel on board. After grounding, the 2-man crew abandoned the vessel and was rescued by the CG and taken to Chignik. Aghiyuk Island is part of the Alaska Maritime NWR. The CG requested weather and possible oil fate should any release occur. Due to bad weather an initial CG overflight was unable to obtain any clear view or photos of the vessels. In order to assess the condition and situation of the vessel, the CG hired Magone Marine out of Dutch Harbor. Due to distance, however, their ETA was some time on Jan. 8. Over the next several weeks, bad weather hampered Magone's efforts to get on-scene, and he was successful only a couple of times, until finally it was confirmed that the vessel had sunk. "

7944,2008-12-17,M/V TROJAN WARRIOR,"Peru, IL MM 223",41.3193,-89.1346,Chemical,,styrene,,,,,,1000000,2,"SSC received a call at 9:00 CST that a barge on the Illinois River carrying one million gallons of styrene was taking on water. The barge is being held on shore by its tup near Peru, IL (Mile marker 223) but has two tanks punctures (neither contain product) with water rising at 1 inch/hour in one and 1 foot/hour in the second. No product has been released. CG personnel are en route and are expected in the hour. CG requests general hazard information for styrene and potential lightering operations."

7943,2008-12-12,F/V Santa Lucia,"Key West, FL",24.625,-81.83,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,500,0,"USCG Sector Key West called at approximately 1700 EST on 12/12/08 to report the F/V Santa Lucia, a 68.5 foot shrimper had grounded at 24-37.5N 081-49.8W. This location is about 4 miles north of Malory Square, Key West. The closest point of land is Fleming Key at 2 miles. The vessel is a wooden ship with fiberglass reenforcement and has 500 gallons of diesel on board. Currently it is high and dry in one foot of water with a crack in the hull. No pollution has been observed. "

7941,2008-12-12,"Mystery Slick, Vermillion Block 29","Gulf of Mexico, off LA Coast",29.4733,-92.2361,Oil,Mystery Substance,Suspected Crude Oil Release,,,,,,,5,"Shortly after noon (local time) on Friday, 12 Dec. 2008, NOAA was notified of a slick from an unknown source off the Louisiana Coast. A passing aircraft reported a 0.25 x 2 mile dark slick some 4 to 5 miles offshore in the vicinity of Vermillion Block 29. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis. "

7942,2008-12-12,Tug HOUSTON Tow Grounding,"ICW near E Matagorda Bay, TX",28.7625,-95.6552,Oil,Grounding,Light Cycle Oil,,,,,,2013354,8,"At approximately 1:00 PM on Friday, 12 Dec. 2008, NOAA was notified of a grounded barge tow in the ICW at MM 421. The two barges being pushed by the Tug HOUSTON are carrying 47,937 bbls of Light Cycle Oil. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis and RAR. "

7940,2008-12-11,Tug SABINE PASS Grounding,"Dickinson Bayou, TX",29.4667,-94.95,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,4000,4,"On the evening of 11 December 2008, NOAA was requested to provide scientific support to USCG Marine Safety Unit Galveston for a grounded tug at the mouth of Dickinson Bayou, Texas. The TUG Sabine Pass had grounded earlier in the day, and was reported hard aground in soft mud and possibly an oyster reef. The tug is reported to have 4000 gallons of diesel onboard."

7939,2008-12-08,Platform A,"Santa Barbara Channel, CA",34.3319,-119.613,Oil,,Crude oil,1,,,,,1134,9,"At approximately 0700hrs (local time) on 07DEC2008, approximately 27bbls of crude oil was released from a failed pump on Platform A (34deg 19'55""N, 119deg 36'45""W) in the Santa Barbara Channel. CA OSPR and the Channel Islands NMS notified the NOAA SSC and requested trajectory support. "

7938,2008-12-05,USS Abraham Lincoln,"Off San Clemente Island, CA",32.637,-118.372,Oil,,JP-5 fuel,,,,,,10000,2,"At approximately 1835hrs (local time) on 04DEC2008, a release of 10,000 gallons of JP-5 fuel was reported to have occurred from the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln approximately 10 nautical miles south of San Clemente Island. Sector San Diego notified the NOAA SSC the following morning and requested trajectory support."

7937,2008-12-02,Shrimp Boat Aground,"South Pass, Mississippi Delta, LA",28.98,-89.155,Oil,Grounding,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,1000,12,"On Monday night, 1 Dec. 2008, the USCG performed a rescue of the crew of a sinking shrimp boat off in the Gulf of Mexico off South Pass. The crew was reported safe, but the abandoned fishing vessel was reported left in gear and moving at an estimated 3 knots. On Tuesday morning at approximately 1000 hrs (local time) the vessel was spotted aground on the W side of South Pass with the engines still engaged (prop wash was observed). The vessel was reported to have 1000 gallons of diesel onboard. USCG Sector New Orleans has requested a trajectory analysis."

7936,2008-11-28,F/V Network,"Tillamook Bay, OR",45.5717,-123.962,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,400,2,"At approximately 1045 on November 28, USCG Sector Portland notified NOAA ERD that the F/V Network was damaged and at approximately 0800 had released 400 gallons of diesel just outside the jetty in Tillamook Bay, Oregon. A trajectory and information on fate and persistence of the diesel were requested. "

7935,2008-11-24,F/V MISS Rhianna,"Brazos Santiago Pass, TX",26.0653,-97.1583,Oil,Grounding,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,15000,7,"On Monday evening, 24 Nov. 2008, NOAA’s Emergency Response Division was requested to provide a trajectory in support of a grounded vessel at the Brazos Santiago Pass Jetty near South Padre Island, TX. The F/V MISS MARHANNA is reported to have grounded late on 22 Nov. 2008. Heavy seas in the area have created a concern that the vessel could be further damaged and release diesel fuel in this highly sensitive area. The vessel is reported to have 15,000 gallons of diesel onboard."

7934,2008-11-22,Tug St John,North of Florida Keys,25.375,-81.6633,Oil,,,,,,,,4000,3,Tug adrift with 4K diesel onboard

7933,2008-11-18,M/V Captain Gerry Oreron,"Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Mobile, AL",30.2417,-88.3357,Oil,,,,,,,,,5,"On November 18, 2008, NOAA ERD was notified of a sinking towboat in Mississippi Sound, near the western end of Dauphin Island, Alabama. The 53-foot towboat is partially submerged and is now supported by its tow: two barges loaded with 44,000 bbls (1.85 MG) of crude oil condensate. The tug is reported to contain 6,000 gallons of diesel fuel. No spill from the barges or towboat have been reported but USCG has requested ERD to provide trajectory support for the incident. "

7932,2008-11-18,"Sabine Lake Well, Louisiana","East side of Sabine Lake, LA",29.8672,-93.7934,Oil,,,,,,,,,12,"At about 0300 this morning (11/18/08), a well in Sabine Lake began to leak at an estimated rate of about 10 barrels an hour. The location was given as: 29°52.031'N--093°47.601'W. That location is about 1 mile from the middle of the Louisiana shore of the lake. The well is believed to still be leaking. The USCG has requested trajectory and weather support and is conducting aerial reconnaissance of the area."

7931,2008-11-14,"Flowline Incident, Near Dickerson Bayou","Chambers County, TX",29.4939,-94.9681,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,1,1,,,,210,1,"On the evening of 14 Nov. 2008, MSU Galveston notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of an oil spill near Dickerson Bayou, Cambers County, Texas. The USCG reports that 5 bbls may have entered the adjacent ditch and maybe 1 bbl escaped into the waterway."

7930,2008-11-13,"Sunken Vessel, M/V YOUNG GUNS","Hopedale Canal, South LA",29.8197,-89.6558,Oil,,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,400,7,"On the afternoon of 13 Nov. 2008, the USCG requested scientific support related to a lightering and salvage operation on a fishing boat sunk in the Hopedale Canal, South Louisiana. This is a small canal that runs off the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (MRGO) and is just above Lake Ameda. The position was reported as 29° 49’ 11" N Lat. 089° 39’ 21" W Long. "

7929,2008-11-12,M/V SEA LION Grounding,"SW Pass Jetties, LA",28.9133,-89.4167,Oil,,,,,,,,38000,7,"The SSC was notified @1200 local time on Nov 12th that Sector New Orleans received a report of a dive support vessel that allided with the SW Pass jetties (28-54.8""N. 089-25.0""W) while transiting east to west from South Pass blk 49 enroute to Port Fourchon. The captain misjudged the navigation area. The vessel had a hole or crack in their bow thruster compartment. So far there have been no signs of pollution. The vessel has a reported 29,062 gallons of diesel onboard, but they are reporting that the fuel tanks are intact. USCG is awaiting their salvage plan and has requested a trajectory from NOAA."

7928,2008-11-09,Tug Southern Cross,"Buzzards Bay, MA",41.535,-70.9748,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,3000,13,"Tug Southern Cross began taking on water and was abandon sometime after 1300 EST on Nov 9th with 1500 gallons of diesel fuel and small amounts of other oils on board. SSC was contacted via the HDO, a verbal trajectory was produced and telephone consultation begun with the USCG and MA DEP. Minor sheening has been observed. Contractors and divers are enroute."

7927,2008-11-08,Grand Isle Block 54 Oil Spill,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",28.9269,-89.9447,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,,14,"On Saturday Evening, 8 Nov. 2008, the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified by USCG MSU Morgan City of a release from an offshore wellhead. The cause was unknown at the time of the notification, but may be associated with a wellhead casing or repairs to a casing. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis."

7926,2008-11-07,Kinder Morgan Ammonia Nitrate Spill,"Wilmington, NC",34.2283333333333,-77.9475,Chemical,,Ammonia Nitrate (Urea),,1,,,,390000,6,"On Friday, 11/7 at 1600 hours, the NOAA SSC received a notification from MSU Wilmington about a aqueous ammonia nitrate spill that occurred at the Kinder Morgan facility located in Wilmington, NC. An above ground storage tank experienced some type of failure releasing an estimated 390,000 gallons of aqueous ammonia nitrate. The ammonia nitrate spilled is a 32% dilution. Of the 390,000 gallons that spilled, company officials estimated that 130,000 gallons was lost to the environment, with an estimated 30,000 gallons spilling into Smith Creek, a nearby tidal creek that discharges into the Cape Fear river. USCG requested information on the type of aquatic impacts that they could expect. USCG also requested information concerning the temporary storage of the ammonia nitrate solution in a barge that contained an unknown amount of residual diesel fuel/#6 bunker mix. "

7925,2008-11-06,M/V MISTER JACOB Grounding,"GOM, Mississippi Delta, LA",28.8753,-89.038,Oil,Grounding,Diesel Fuel,,,,,,10000,9,"On the evening of 6 Nov. 2008, USCG Sector New Orleans notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a grounded vessel in South Pass, LA. The cause of the accident is unknown at this time as are the details of the vessel. What is known is at 1945 hrs (local time) the M/V MISTER JACOB grounded on what was reported as a rock jetty and holed both fuel tanks. The vessel was report to be carrying just under 10,000 gallons of diesel fuel. NOAA was requested to provide a trajectory analysis."

7924,2008-11-06,Wellhead Failure and Oil Spill,"Turtle Bay, South LA",29.5292,-90.1297,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,210,8,"On 6 Nov. 2008, the USCG notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of an oil spill in South Louisiana. A half inch nipple between the casing valve and check valve broke from an oil producing well resulting in oil flowing free from the wellhead. The source was secured at 0127 hrs (local time). The discharged amount is unknown, but suspected to be small since the well only produces 4 to 5 bbls per day."

7923,2008-11-04,Charleston Tank Truck Accident,"Cooper River Charleston, SC",32.8917,-79.97,Oil,,gasoline,,,,,,7000,7,Tank truck accident at on ramp from Virginia Ave and Hiway 526.Estimated 4500 - 5500 gallons of gasoline spilled into creek 1/4 milefrom Cooper River

7922,2008-11-04,"M/V JO SYCAMORE, TDI Release","Mississippi River, Geismer, LA",30.1857,-91.0121,Chemical,,Toluene Diisocynate (TDI),,,,,,150,5,"On the morning of 4 Nov. 2008 (Election Day), the USCG Marine Safety Unit in Baton Rouge LA notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a vessel incident with Toluene Diisocyanate (or TDI). During a transfer operation, TDI is thought to have reacted with water in a hose resulting in a hose failure and spill of 150 gallons onto the deck."

7921,2008-11-03,"Floating, Sheening Drum","Mississippi River, New Orleans, LA",29.92,-90.14,Oil,,"Unkown, but suspected to be a petroleum product or waste.",,,,,,55,4,"On 3 Nov. 2008, the USCG requested a trajectory analysis of a floating and sheening drum spotted in the Mississippi River by a USCG overflight. The drum was sighted at 29° 55.2’ N Lat. 090° 08.4’ W Long. and favoring the RDB of the river. This position places the drum roughly in New Orleans. "

7920,2008-11-02,LIL SUSAN S Grounding,"Bolivar, Texas",29.3723,-94.7837,Oil,Grounding,Light Cycle Oil,,,,,,,10,"On Sunday evening, 2 Nov. 2008, the Tug LIL SUSAN S was reported to have grounded two barges in tow near Light 20 in Bolivar Roads, TX. The reported cargo is "light cycle oil." The USCG contacted the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator at 1930 hrs the same evening and requested tidal information, natural resources at risk information, and a trajectory analysis should there be a release. "

7919,2008-10-31,Butylene Barge Aground,"Chocolate Bayou, TX",29.2165,-95.2134,Chemical,Grounding,"Raffinate, Light Petroleum Dist.",,,,,,420000,14,"On Friday, 31 October 2008 (Halloween), NOAA was notified by USCG MSU Galveston of a red-flag barge and tug grounding in Chocolate Bayou, TX. The barge is reported to be carrying 10,000 bbls of Butylene, a liquefied gas. "

7918,2008-10-30,Petrolite Acrolein Spill,"Bradford, PA",41.9566666666667,-78.6488888888889,Chemical,,Acrolein,,,,,,370,1,"At approximately 10:50 local time an amount of acrolein estimated at 370 gallons was spill from a storage container at the Petrolite facility in Bradford, PA. "

7917,2008-10-29,Louisiana mystery sheen,15 miles off Barataria Bay,29.0269,-89.82,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,Nuther mystery sheen in the same area

7914,2008-10-28,F/V Lou ,Dry Tortugas,24.7233,-82.803,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,1000,5,F/V Lou sinks at 24° 43.4'N by 082° 48.18'W with 1000 gallons of diesel.

7916,2008-10-28,Mystery Sheen off of Barataria Bay,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.0008,-89.8586,Oil,,oil,,,,,,,3,"On October 28, 2008, ERD was notified of a mystery sheen located approximately 20 miles offshore of Barataria Bay. The sheen was reported as silvery and approximately 2 miles in length. "

7915,2008-10-28,Tug Miss Janice,"New Orleans, LA",29.9172,-90.0793,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,14000,29,"On October 28, 2008, at approximately 1530 EDT, the Tug Miss Janice was reported sinking on the Mississippi River near mile 97.8 (approx. location: 29º 55’ 01.74"N, 90º 04’ 45.587"W). The vessel is carrying approximately 14,000 gallons of diesel fuel and an unknown quantity of lube oil. The NOAA SSC was contacted for coordination and trajectory assistance."

7912,2008-10-24,Lost AUV,"New London, CT",41.3069,-72.0811,Other,,,,,,,,,4,"On 24OCT2008, NOAA ERD was contacted by the Office of Coast Survey to assist in locating a lost autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) in New London Harbor, CT. The AUV was lost on the afternoon of 17OCT2008 between 1540-1720. It is unclear if the AUV was fouled, surfaced or sunk, but last estimated position is approximately Lat-41deg18'25""N, Lon072deg04'52""W (near buoy 3)."

7913,2008-10-24,"Mystery Slick, S of White Lake","Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.5333,-92.4183,Oil,Mystery Substance,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,,2,"On Friday afternoon, 24 Oct. 2008, the Home Team in Seattle WA was notified of a small mystery spill in the Gulf of Mexico. A 700 yd. by 70 yd. rainbow sheen was reported at 1418 (local time) at location: 29°32'0""N--092°25'06""W. That location is S of White Lake LA, about 1.5 miles offshore, and about 25 miles west of Marsh Island. A trajectory was requested. "

7911,2008-10-22,F/V Katmai,100 mi w of Adak Is in Amchitka Pass,51.9333,-179.55,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,7000,1,"F/V Katmai sank at 0100 local time approximately 100 miles west of Adak Island in Amchitka Pass. The maximum potential spill is 16,000 gallons of diesel. No sheen has been sighted but some debris (life jackets) have been spotted. The incident occurred in 50 knot winds and was almost entirely a Coast Guard SAR case with CG helos, C-130's and vessels. Of the eleven folks on board, 4 were picked up alive, 5 bodies were recovered and 2 bodies were never located. The actual amount of fuel was 7000 gallons of diesel. On one occasion a vessel reported a sheen however, when an aircraft arrived at the location shortly afterward, nothing was discernible. If a substantial amount of fuel was released, the NOAA SSC advised the CG that conditions were such that it would all evaporate and disperse in only a few hours."

7910,2008-10-19,"Grounded Barge, Cumene","ICW near Pelican Cut, Galveston, TX",29.3547,-94.8072,Chemical,Grounding,Cumene,,,,,,23000,11,"On the morning of 19 October 2008, USCG MSU Galveston responded to a barge hard aground at MM 351/Buoy No. 5, which is near Pelican Cut on the ICW. The barge is carrying 23,000 gallons of Cumene. The grounded barge is not blocking the channel. The USCG has requested a salvage plan from the RP and a trajectory analysis from NOAA. The salvage plan my include lightering the barge before attempting to refloat. "

7909,2008-10-18,"Mystery Slick, Near GI-47c","GOM, Louisiana Coast",28.9977,-89.8747,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,3,The USCG is responding to an observed slick 20 miles of the Louisiana Coast near Grand Isle. There is no identified source at present.

7908,2008-10-17,Mystery Spill south of Marsh Island,Lousiana,28.995,-91.8772,Oil,,,,,,,,,3,Mystery spill described as 5000 ft by 2000 ft of dull brown.

7907,2008-10-16,Two Barges Adrift,Leeward Islands - West Indies,16.5633,-62.4433,Oil,,IFO 380,,,,,,,7,"At 0805 PDT, USCG Sector San Juan called NOAA ERD in Seattle to report that two tugs, Station Trader and Station Reliance, reported loosing one barge each. The tug Station Trader reported they lost their barge carrying 30 metric tonnes of IFO 380 at 0000 on 16OCT2008 at approximate position Lat-16deg 33.8'N, Lon-062deg 26.6'W. They were on a course of 132deg, speed 4 knots. The tug Station Reliance reported they lost their barge carrying 7949 metric tonnes of IFO 380 at 0600 on 15OCT08 at approximate position Lat-16deg 39.0'N, Lon-062deg 12.5'W. They were on a course of 120deg, speed 9 knots. Precise locations are questionable as these positions plot near Monserrat, however the tug Captains reported their locations to be near St. Eustacious Island. "

7906,2008-10-11,"Mystery Sheen, off Timbalier Bay","GOM, Louisiana Coast",28.9455,-90.3658,Oil,,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,28,4,"At 0725 hrs (local time) on 11 Oct. 2008, a 5 mile long slick composed of silver sheen was observed approximately 7 miles south of Timbalier Bay off the coast of Louisiana. The slick was reported at position 28° 56.73’ N Lat. 090° 21.95’ W Long. and being some 100 yards wide with continuous coverage. It is not know if the reported position is the leading edge or a central point for reference. The observer reported to the NRC that the estimated volume was 28.4 gallons (we assume this was based on a sheen calculation)."

7905,2008-10-09,PCS Nitrogen,"Geismar, LA",30.2181,-91.0533,Chemical,,Oleum (Sulfuric Acid),,,,,,,5,"At 0905 PDT, ERD was notified of an ongoing release of Oleum from a tank at a PCS Nitrogen facility in Geismar, LA. The size of the tank, the release rate and the concentration of the oleum is unknown. The leaking tank is not contained, is 1/4 mile from the Mississippi River and generating a plume. "

7904,2008-10-08,"Grounded Barge, MM329 ICW","Gilchrist, Texas",29.5185,-94.5057,Oil,Grounding,Light Cysle Oil,,,,,,26000,8,"On the evening of 8 October 2008, USCG MSU Galveston contacted the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator to request support for a grounded red flag barge carrying 23,000 gallons of Light Cycle Oil. The reported location was 29° 31.11’ N Lat. 094° 30.34’ W Long. This position places the grounded barge in the ICW at Rollover Pass on the Bolivar Peninsula. The closest city is Gilchrist, TX. "

7903,2008-10-08,Tug Twilite,"Wood River, SW Alaska",59.27,-158.583,Oil,Grounding,"Gasoline, lube oil",,,,,,1350,14,"The Tug Twilite grounded approximately 25 miles up the Wood River from Dillingham, AK late on 07Oct2008 and is reported to contain 1,000 gallons of gasoline and 300-350 gallons of lube oil. No release has been reported and transfer operations are being planned. Sector Anchorage has requested NOAA Wx and tide support."

7902,2008-10-05,Fuel Oil and Urea Incident,"Mississippi River, New Orleans, LA",30.0533,-90.51,Oil,,Heavy Fuel Oil and Urea,,,,,,,4,"On Sunday morning, 5 October 2008, the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer (HDO) notified the regional Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a incident on the Mississippi River involving Heavy Fuel Oil and Urea. "

7901,2008-10-04,"Mystery Spill, Near Delta Wildlife Refuge","Mississippi Delta, LA",29.3547,-89.2357,Oil,Mystery Substance,Crude Oil,,,,,,,10,A small oil slick estimated at 3 bbls was observed at 29° 21.28’ N Lat. 089° 14.14’ W Long at 1000 hrs (local time). This position places the observed slick approximately 3 miles NW of Main Pass and roughly 6 to 8 miles SSW of Breton Island.

7900,2008-10-03,Mystery Sheen: Marsh I. Block 30,Offshore Louisiana.,28.2989,-92.0111,Oil,Mystery Substance,,,,,,,,2,"At 0630 today, a sheen was reported of about 1 x 6 miles in size. Its location was reported as 28°17'56""N--092°00'40""W. That location is about 70 miles south of Marsh Island.At 1100, the sheen was reported to have the same general characteristics.At 1330, it was reported to be about 5 by 10 miles in size, and breaking up, at location: 28°7'23""N--91°49'56""W"

7899,2008-10-02,Golf Course Fire,Honolulu,21.345,-157.925,Chemical,,"Pesticides, and whatever else",,,,,,,3,"On Saturday, Sept 13, a 3 alarm fire on the Navy Marine golf course burned a storage shed with chemicals. On Oct 2,Ruth was sent an email from Cynthia Pang, environmental person from Pearl Harbor, to help assess the post fire hazards if any."

7898,2008-10-02,M/V Nunaniq,"Mekoryuk village beach, Nunivak Isl., AK ",60.3887,-166.185,Oil,Grounding,Diesel #1,,1,,,,300,6,"Sector Anchorage receive a notification on Oct. 1 that the M/V Nunaniq had discharged 50 gallons of diesel fuel into Mekoryuk Bay during the night of Sept. 27. The vessel had struck a rock while delivering cargo to the native village of Mekoryuk and a fuel tank suffered a pin hole size puncture. The fuel in the damaged tank was transferred to another tank and the vessel's crew conducted a cleanup with sorbent pads. USFWS personnel from the Yukon Delta NWR flew to the scene on Sept. 28, and made numerous observations and photos which are contained in a report posted on this hotline. Sector Anchorage notified the NOAA Alaska SSC on Oct. 2 and asked for an evaluation of the situation. Also on Oct. 2, a CG team was dispatched to Bethel and Nunivak Island to do an on-scene evaluation. "

7896,2008-09-26,Catfish Lake Condensate Spill,"Golden Medow, LA",29.3677,-90.3459,Oil,,"Crude Oil Condensate, est. 40 API",,,,,,2100,5,"On 26 September 2008, the USCG notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of an oil release in Catfish Lake Louisiana. As a result of an equipment failure, 50 bbls of condensate crude was released int the environment. The USCG requested a trajectory analysis and natural resources at risk summary."

7895,2008-09-23,NOAA Ship Ron Brown Battery Fire,"Charleston, SC",32.8464,-79.9353,Other,,H&S issue,,,,,,0,0,The regional SSC was contacted by the XO of the NOAA ship Ron Brown. The ship experienced a fire near the engine room which burned several lead acid batteries. The SSC was asked to assist with determining proper actions to assess the space for safety.

7897,2008-09-23,R/V Lake Explorer II,"Norfolk, VA",36.8480555555556,-76.3036111111111,Oil,,diesel fuel,1,1,,,,1476,1,"On Monday, September 22, 2008, the R/V Lake Explore II developed a leak that resulted in a 1,476 fuel oil (diesel) spill into the Elizabeth River. "

7892,2008-09-20,Mystery Slick Gulf of Mexico,"75 nm south of Marsh I, La",28.2267,-92.0117,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"Was reported on Friday at 1630 CDT.3 mile by 1/2 mile, dark brown slick.Not associated to any visible platform.No one else has reported anything out thereto day."

7891,2008-09-19,ISTOP Anomoly Report off ,"Newfoundland, Canada",45.5086,-53.2933,Oil,,,,,,,,,3,"SSC Frank Csulak recieved a request from Coast Guard District 5 for assistance with analysis of a Canadian ISTOP Anomoly report.They received a report of an anomaly in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland. This anomaly may or may not be oil, as all we really know is that it's based on satellite radar imagery and the surface of the water there is different than the surrounding water. A vessel went through the area a few hours prior to the detection of the anomaly, and is a possible source for whatever the anomaly is."

7890,2008-09-17,Grand Bayou Blue Well Blowout,"Near Galliano, LA",29.4669,-90.3817,Oil,Wellhead,Crude Oil,,,,,,,12,"On the evening of 17 September 2008, the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified of a well blowout in Grand Bayou Blue at 29° 28.011’ N Lat. 090° 22.901’ W Long. This position places the release approximately 10 miles NNW of Galliano Louisiana."

7889,2008-09-16,Hurricane Ike: Mystery Sheen ,Ship Shoal Block 154,28.6807,-91.2107,Oil,Hurricane,,,,,,,,8,"This information was sent via email to the NOAA SSC on the morning of Tuesday, 16 September 2008.RCVD NRC # 883951 Judd Hogan of air logistics reported at 1457 an unknown sheen located in Ship Shoal Block 154 of the Gulf of Mexico. Conducted an over flight at 1710 and observed the discharge. Discharge appeared to be a bubbling of golden condensate like oil. The bubbling was about 25 ft by 35 ft in size. Total sheen size was 5 miles by 5 miles with a concentrated sheen in the center of dark gold bands with light gold centers approximately 1 1/2 mile by 1 mile. Bubbling broke surface of the water slightly. Sheen was moving northwest and the weather was cloudy with possible rain and a sea of 5ft. Location of the sheen was N28 40.84 and W91 12.64. There was a red buoy approximately 100 ft from the bubbling and a helo deck approximately 400 ft from the bubbling as well. As of this time there is no RP who has come forward or been located. Discharge was first located at 1350 15SEP08.Sheen is approximately 52 miles off shore. Discharge is ongoing at this time and has not been secured. "

7888,2008-09-15,F/V Miss Michelle,"Entrance to Grays Harbor, WA",46.9128,-124.168,Oil,,,,,,,,1000,14,"58 ft F/V sinking, but still afloat, at the entrance to Grays Harbor, near buoy 9. No spill but a potential of 1000 gallons of diesel."

7894,2008-09-13,Hurricane Ike: Response Information,Louisiana,29.9,-93.2833,Other,Hurricane,,,,,,,,46,"Hurricane Ike made landfall during the early morning hours of Sept. 13, 2008, in the Galveston/Houston area of Texas as a Category Two/Three Hurricane (~110mph winds). Storm surge was 20-25ft in some areas. There was severe wind, storm surge and flooding damage in large regions of Texas and Louisiana. The USCG, FEMA, and National Guard personnel are responding. This ResponseLINK Hotline has been established to provide general updates and aid in providing NOAA products to other state and federal agencies during the preparation and expected post-landfall emergency response. Any specific incidents that NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) responds to would likely generate a separate Hotline Account with Ike as a prefix."

7893,2008-09-13,Hurricane Ike: Response Information,"Port Arthur, TX",29.8667,-93.9,Other,Hurricane,,,,,,,,72,"Hurricane Ike made landfall during the early morning hours of Sept. 13, 2008, in the Galveston/Houston area of Texas as a Category Two/Three Hurricane (~110mph winds). Storm surge was 20-25ft in some areas. There was severe wind, storm surge and flooding damage in large regions of Texas. The USCG, FEMA, and National Guard personnel are responding. This ResponseLINK Hotline has been established to provide general updates and aid in providing NOAA products to other state and federal agencies during the preparation and expected post-landfall emergency response. Any specific incidents that NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) responds to would likely generate a separate Hotline Account with Ike as a prefix."

7887,2008-09-13,San Juan Harbor diesel pipeline.,"San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico",18.4278,-66.1075,Oil,Pipeline,diesel,,,,,,2100,2,"At approximately 1330 Friday, there was a release of about 50 barrels of diesel fuel oil spilled into the southern end of San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico. That location is at the southern end of San Juan Harbor, in the ""Army Terminal Turning Basin"". It is reported that there is power plant cooling water intake/outfall nearby that causes a significant current. The intake is currently boomed off."

7886,2008-09-12,Hurricane Ike: M/V ANTALINA,"SE of Galveston, TX",28.0517,-93.195,Oil,Hurricane,,,,,,,,4,"At 0840-PDT NOAA was informed by NOAA ICC that the M/V ANTALINA was disabled approximately 114nm SE of Galveston, TX. M/V ANTALINA is a 585ft bulk cargo carrier fully loaded with 11,280 metric tons of green petroleum coke. No information on the amount of fuel in its bunkers is known. There are 21 crewmembers aboard. The vessel is in scheduled communications with the USCG. The ship was reported to be at position 28 03.1'N, 093 11.7'W and drifting SW. The ship has lost propulsion but not ship's power. "

7884,2008-09-07,Hurricane Ike: Response Information,"Houston/Galveston, TX",29.3833,-94.8,Other,Hurricane,Oil and Hazardous Materials,,,,,,,102,"Hurricane Ike made landfall during the early morning hours of Sept. 13, 2008, in the Galveston/Houston area of Texas as a Category Two/Three Hurricane (~110mph winds). Storm surge was 20-25ft in some areas. There is severe wind, storm surge and flooding damage in large regions of Texas. USCG, FEMA, EPA, and National Guard personnel are responding. "

7882,2008-09-03,Hurricane Gustav - Tank Battery,"NW Breton Sound, LA",29.6684,-89.4397,Oil,Hurricane,Crude Oil,,,,,,840,10,"At approximately 1000 (CDT) an USCG overflight reported a 50 yd x 50 yd patch of oil around a tank battery in NW Breton Sound, LA with sheen extending for 1 mile-no direction given. Initial estimate is 20 bbls of crude oil. ERD was contacted to provide oil spill trajectory information. "

7883,2008-09-03,Hurricane Gustav - Well Head,"Barataria Bay, LA",29.4233,-89.9413,Oil,Hurricane|Wellhead,Gas/oil Condensate,,,,,,,5,"At 1000 (CDT) a USCG overflight reported a well head in Barataria Bay, LA spraying gas/oil condensate. Volume unknown. RP unknown. ERD contacted to provide trajectory information. "

7881,2008-08-31,Hurricane Gustav - Response Information,Louisiana Coastal Zone,29.2333,-90.0333,Other,Hurricane,Hurricane Response,,,,,,,31,A ResponseLink Hotline has been established to provide general updates and aid in providing NOAA products to other state and federal agencies during the expected post-landfall emergency response. Any specific incidents that NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) responds to would likely generate a separate Hotline Account with Gustav as a prefix.

7880,2008-08-28,Bayer Cropscience,"Institute, WV",38.3864,-81.7986,Chemical,,,,,,,,,0,"A fire/explosion occurred at Bayer Crops Science Facility in Institute, West Virginia at approximately 2230 local time on Thursday August 27. The Kanawha River between mile markers 48-50 has been closed it is a tributary to the Ohio River. The facility produces a product named LARVIN which contains the chemical Thiodicarb. An hour after the initial call the Coast Guard reported that the river had been reopened, the shelter in place had been lifted and the fire had been contained."

7879,2008-08-28,Red Flag Barge Allision ,"Bolivar Roads, Bolivar Peninsula, TX",29.4104,-94.7374,Oil,Collision,Crude Oil and Naphtha,,,,,,,3,"During the early morning hours of Thursday, 28 August 2008, the NOAA ERD HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified of an allision in Bolivar Roads. The regional Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified and provided the support requested by USCG MSU Galveston. The report was that a tow containing two red flagged barges had an illision with a stationary barge. The actual details were unknown, but there was damage reported, but no release."

7878,2008-08-24,60 Gallon Lube Oil Spill,"Offshore LA, Gulf of Mexico",27.6256,-90.4419,Oil,,Engine Lube Oil,0,,,,,60,2,An equipment failure on the CHOUEST CONTENDER resulted in an estimated release of 60 gallons of engine lube oil into the Gulf of Mexico waters during the evening of 24 August 2008. The NOAA ERD HAZMAT Duty Officer was notified and contacted the regional Scientific Support Coordinator.

7877,2008-08-24,Oil Spill Reported,"West Cote Blanche Bay, LA",29.6828,-91.8,Oil,,Crude Oil,,,,,,630,9,A 15 bbl release of crude oil from a facility located in West Cote Blanche Bay was reported to NOAA ERD and scientific support was requested.

7876,2008-08-19,Portland Yacht Club Spill,Columbia River,45.6007,-122.651,Oil,,Diesel,,,,,,120,2,"USCG Sector Portland called at 1715 on August 19,2008 to request a spill trajectory for the release at 1330 of an estimated 120 gallons of diesel from a 44 foot cabin cruiser at the Portland Yacht Club on Hayden Island in the Columbia River."

7875,2008-08-19,Tropical Storm Fay,Florida,27.5667,-81.0,Other,Hurricane,Flooding,,,,,,,0,"T.S. Fay made landfall on the south coast of Florida on August 18, 2008. At approximately 1530 EST, the USCG requested the SSC to provide forecast and real-time river flood status information for FL, GA, and SC."

7874,2008-08-18,L/C Saltery Provider,"Saltery Cove, Clarence Strait, SE Alaska",55.402,-132.331,Oil,,Diesel,1,,,,,5500,8,"The L/C Saltery Provider carrying a fuel truck with 2500 gallons of diesel to a lodge on the west side of Clarance Strait in Saltery Cove capsized at the dock at the lodge and sank in 30 feet of water where it rests on its port side. The fuel truck is loosely attached to the L/C via its crane and is currently resting vertically beneath the water. Diesel is slowly burping to the surface from the vessel which has 3000 gallons. The tank truck is not leaking. Coast Guard have requested both weather and trajectory information. The OSRO SEAPRO from Ketchikan is responding. This is the height of the pink salmon run, and their are two salmon streams in Saltery Cove. "

7872,2008-08-16,"Platform Fire, HI 552","East Breaks, Gulf of Mexico",28.0,-94.125,Oil,,"Platform Fire, Possible Oil Spill",,,,,,,6,"On the evening of 16 August 2008, USCG MSU Galveston notified the NOAA ERD Hazmat Duty Officer (HDO) of a platform fire some 100 miles S of Galveston, Texas in the Gulf of Mexico. The fire was reported as out, and no pollution was reported. The USCG requested a trajectory to support a morning overflight to assess damage and possible pollution release. This location is very near the Stetson Bank of the Flower Gardens National Marine Sanctuary."

7871,2008-08-14,M/V Island Intrepid,"Miami, FL",25.7646,-80.1336,Oil,Grounding,Diesel,,,,,,,10,"At approximately 1530 EST on Aug.13, 2008, the M/V Island Intrepid, a 279ft. general cargo container, has run hard aground on a coral ledge in the entrance to the Port of Miami (""Government Cut""). Location: 25deg45.874N, 080deg08.014W. Steering failure has been reported as the cause. The vessel is holed and taking on water, but no release of fuel or cargo has occurred. USCG Sector Miami notified NOAA ERD at approximately 1115 EST on 14Aug requesting a worst case oil spill trajectory for a potential spill of 72 MT (~23,000 gals) of diesel fuel."

7873,2008-08-11,M/V JACINTO,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.2833,-93.9167,Oil,,,0,,,,,1000,1,"AT 1622 on 11 August 2008, the M/V Jacinto hit a platform in the Gulf of Mexico about 29 miles south of Lake Sabine. The Offshore Supply Vessel’s (OSV) port side tank was damaged and leaked an estimated 1000 gallons of diesel."

7870,2008-08-08,Dickerson Bayou-Canal Oil Spill,"Dickerson Bay, Texas",29.474,-94.9548,Oil,Pipeline,Crude Oil,1,1,,,,672,3,"On Friday, 8 August 2008, USCG MSU Galveston notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a pipeline leak near Dickerson Bay in Texas. "

7869,2008-08-07,F/V Northern Mariner,"Prince William Sd., Fleming Isl., Alaska",60.1763,-148.003,Oil,Grounding,diesel,,,,,,25000,19,"The NOAA SSC was notified by MSU Valdez on the morning of August 8 of the intentional grounding of the 92' F/V Northern Mariner two hours before the high tide on the previous afternoon of August 7 after striking a rock. The vessel contains 25,000 gallons of diesel in 6 wing tanks, 3 on each side of the vessel and was loaded with fish, but no release has occurred. The captain reports that damage occurred about 6 ft. from the nearest fuel tank - a one foot long hole in the forward engine room. Four persons were successfully abandoned on the evening of August 7, and MSU Valdez has requested a trajectory for a possible release. The vessel's proximity to the San Juan fish hatchery is of paramount concern to the Coast Guard. Current efforts are being focused on litering both the fuel and the fish to lighten the vessel as well as to partially deploy the pre-staged boom around the hatchery. "

7868,2008-08-06,Mystery Sheen,"Eugene Island, Block 10, LA",29.3962,-91.7768,Oil,,Unknown- Possibly diesel/bilge,,,,,,,3,"At 1425(PST) NOAA OR&R/ERD was notified of a mystery sheen in the Gulf of Mexico off Eugene Island, LA (Block 10) at: 29° 23' 46.33"" N, 091° 46' 36.66"" W. This is about 5 nm southeast of Marsh I. The slick/sheen is reported to be 4 miles by 1.25 miles of rainbow sheen. "

7867,2008-08-04,Grounded Jackup vessel,Offshore of Belle Pass,29.0893,-90.2278,Oil,,Diesel and lub oils,,,,,,10600,4,The vessel was having problems earlier this morning and is now ashore.It has 8500 gallons of diesel and 2100 gallons of hydraulic oil. Nospill reported.

7866,2008-08-01,Tug Canal Deluge Fire,"Buzzard's Bay, MA",41.5267,-70.8547,Oil,,,,,,,,5000,11,"On August 1, 2008, NOAA ERD was notified that the 129-foot Towing vessel CANAL REFUGE was on fire Near Fairhaven in Buzzards Bay, MA. The vessel has 5000 gallons of diesel fuel on-board. The Coast Guard rescued three people from the tug boat. The CANAL DELUGE was one of two tugs escorting a barge when the crew reported a fire in the engine room. NOAA was requested to provide trajectory and weather support."

7865,2008-07-29,Sunken Tugs,"Schuylkill River, Philadelphia, PA",39.8951,-75.1989,Oil,,bunker fuel and diesel,1,1,,,,,14,"On 29 July, 2008 the tug Carol Wales and another unidentified tugboat sank alongside a pier at the edge of the Schuylkill River near the Girard Point Bridge. The discovery was made after someone reported a strong smell of fuel coming from the river. The USCG Sector Delaware Bay responded and had contractors deploy boom and recovery equipment."

7864,2008-07-25,Grounded F/V Elvira off La.,"15 nm SW of Marsh I., La.",29.3333,-92.1667,Oil,Grounding,,,,,,,4000,4,An abandoned F/V with 4K gallons diesel will be salvaged tomorrow (Saturday).CG is asking for a worse case scenario trajectory

7863,2008-07-25,West Delta 55,"Mississippi River Delta, LA",29.0433,-89.4233,Oil,,Condensate and Natural Gas,,,,,,,7,"On 7/25/08, NOAA ERD was notified of a spill in the west delta Block 55 region of the Mississippi river. An unknown amount was spilled. The NRC report indicated a 2 mile slick on 7/24/08. The NOAA SSC reported a 20 mile slick on the morning of 7/25/08. Tentatively believed to be the result of a vessel striking a wellhead but no details are available. This incident is in the general area of the oil from the New Orleans Barge Incident."

7861,2008-07-23,Barge DM932,"New Orleans, LA",29.9125,-90.0917,Oil,,#6 fuel oil,1,1,0,,0,378000,224,"On July 23, 2008, the T/V Tintomara collided with the tug/barge (M/V Mel Oliver and DM932) near downtown New Orleans, LA, resulting in a spill of more than 9000 barrels (380,000) gallons of #6 fuel oil. The incident occurred at approximately 0130 local time. The barge was reported ""ripped in half,"" discharging its entire contents. US Coast Guard, State of Louisiana and NOAA responders are on-scene. "

7862,2008-07-23,Crowley Barge 180-1,"Togiak, AK",59.05,-160.333,Oil,Grounding,Gasoline and Jet fuel and diesel,,,,,,225000,6,"The Crowley Barge 180-1 is grounded on a beach near the Togiak Fisheries Inc. Cannery in Togiak, Alaska. According to loading reports the barge has approximately 175,000 gallons of diesel, 24,000 gallons of gasoline, and 23,000 gallons of jet A fuel onboard. The double-hulled barge was intentionally grounded (on a soft, sandy bottom) for the delivery of the fuel however, it grounded too high on the beach to re-float. There has been no spillage of any product and the likelihood of a release is considered small, but a hotline has been opened as a precaution. The owner is preparing a ""salvage"" plan, which will likely include off-loading a portion of the fuel onto another barge on Saturday. The USCG has requested information on potential resources at risk in the event that there is spillage of all or part of the fuel. The incident location is 59 degrees, 3 minutes north latitude and 160 degrees 20 minutes west longitude. "

7857,2008-07-21,Jet Collision,Guam,13.4375,144.751388889,Oil,Collision,JP-8 fuel,,,,,,19000,4,"USCG Sector Guam contacted the NOAA SSC the night of July 20 to request support for release of 19,000 gallons of JP-8 fuel 20 nautical miles northwest of Guam due to the collision of two military jets on July 21 at 1000. Information was requested on jet fuel persistence and likelihood of shoreline impact. "

7858,2008-07-20,"Vermillion Block 272, Unknown Sheen",Offshore Louisiana,28.4714,-92.1667,Oil,,,,,,,,125,1,"At 1445 (local time) the NOAA SSC was notified by USCG MSU Morgan City of a mystery slick/sheen in the Gulf of Mexico in Vermillion Block 272 at 28° 28' 17" N, 092° 10' 00" W. This is approximately 80 miles offshore according to the USCG. The slick/sheen is reported to be 10 miles by 0.5 miles of barely visible sheen and estimated to be about 125 gallons. "

7859,2008-07-18,Mystery Spill ,Off Louisiana Coast,28.4435,-91.6778,Oil,,,,,,,,400,2,"At 1400 (local time) NOAA OR&R/ERD was notified of a mystery slick/sheen in the Gulf of Mexico south of Atchafalaya Bay at 28° 26.61' N, 091° 40.67' W. This is about 60 nm south of Marsh I. The slick/sheen is reported to be 2 miles by 2 miles of rainbow sheen and estimated to be about 400 gallons. "

7855,2008-07-17,LST 1166,Columbia River,46.1316666666667,-123.022222222222,Oil,Derelict,Asbestos and unknown quantities of unknow oil an hazardous materials,,,,,,11000,8,"USCG Sector Portland contacted the NOAA SSC for a trajectory forecast in the event of worst-case release during upcoming removal actions on the LST 1166, a 400 foot landing ship tank moored IVO 'Lord Island' on the Columbia River. The removal actions will consist of the abatement of the onboard asbestos and the removal of unknown quantities of oil and hazmat. For the trajectory assessment, it is assumed that about 10,000 gallons of diesel and about 1,000 gallons of lube oil/bilge slops could be released."

7854,2008-07-15,Garbage Ashore,Manistee Michigan,44.2383,-86.325,Other,,,,,,,,,14,"The Great Lakes SSC was contacted by D9 Command Center with reports of large amounts of garbage that had washed ashore on the Eastern Shore of Lake Michigan in Manistee, Michigan and Holland, Michigan. The garbage caused many beach closures, a hind cast was requested. The SSC awaits more details from Coast Guard Investigative Services before products can be generated."

7856,2008-07-15,Mystery Sheen,"NW of Oahu, HI",22.5,-158.3,Oil,Mystery Substance,"Oil, likely diesel",,,,,,,2,"USCG Sector Honolulu contacted the NOAA SSC to request a hindcast trajectory analysis for a sheen reported and observed approximately 55 nautical miles northwest of Oahu, Hawaii to determine if the release could have come from vessels in the vicinity participating in a major Naval exercise. "

7853,2008-07-11,"M/V VENUSGAS, Vinyl Chloride Release","Ingleside, TX",27.87,-97.24,Chemical,,Vinyl Chloride,,,,,,,7,"A leak was discovered on 10 July. The problem was thought to have been mitigated, but today, 11 July, levels above the LEL were detected in the compressor room. The USCG is on-scene. Responders are attempting to passively ventilate the space to below explosive levels to allow access to identify and correct the problem. The source of the leak is unknown at present."

7860,2008-07-08,"Mystery Sheen, West Delta 90",Gulf of Mexico,28.9362,-89.6562,Oil,,,,,,,,,2,"A silver sheen was reported in West Delta 90 at 0930 CDT, estimated to be 2 miles by 10 miles in size. The location was reported as 28°56.17'N--089°39.37'W. This location is approximately 17 miles offshore from Lanaux Island. "

7852,2008-07-07,Spirit of Glacier Bay,"Glacier Bay, northern extremity",59.0567,-137.035,Oil,Grounding,#2 Diesel fuel,,,,,,4000,11,"Early during the morning of July 7 the 207' cruise ship Spirit of Glacier Bay grounded on a soft, silty mud bottom at the northern end of Tarr Inlet with 3000 to 4000 gallons of #2 diesel during a falling tide. No discharge was reported when Sector Juneau was notified at 0744 on July 7. NOAA is currently providing tides and weather information to the Coast Guard along with a preliminary written trajectory. The vessel refloated on the afternoon rising tide. No compromise occurred to the hull or fuel tanks, although there was some minor internal structural damage. The vessel will be headed to dry dock for a complete examination and repair, as needed. "

7851,2008-07-05,Fireworks Wash Ashore,"Jones Beach, NY",40.5917,-73.5111,Other,,Unexploded Fireworks,,,,,,,6,"A popular beach on Long Island was evacuated at the height of a holiday weekend after stray, unexploded fireworks washed ashore the day after a July Fourth show, state parks officials said Saturday."

7848,2008-07-02,F/V SUSAN II,"Manasquan, NJ",40.107,-74.0242,Oil,,diesel,0,,,,,2100,7,"F/V SUSAN II, a clam dredge, sank approximately 1/2 mile NE offshore of Manasquan Inlet, NJ. Cause unknown. USCG reports 2 mile wide by 30 yard long sheen moving in a south/south west direction along shore. No shoreline impacts reported. "

7850,2008-07-02,T/V FAIRCHEM FILLY Grounding,"Galveston, TX",29.3562,-94.7777,Oil,Grounding,IFO,,,,,,43000,9,"On the evening of 2 July 2008, the USCG notified the NOAA HAZMAT Duty Officer of a grounded inbound tanker at the entrance to Galveston Bay, TX. The reported position is 29° 21.37’ N Lat. 094° 46.66’ W Long. This position places the vessel just south of the Port Bolivar Ferry Landing. The T/V FAIRCHEM FILLY is carrying 43,000 gallons of Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO). No pollution is reported at present. The USCG has requested a trajectory analysis."

7847,2008-06-30,"Pipeline Leak, West Cameron Block 20","Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.703,-93.6138,Oil,Pipeline,Natural Gas and Condensate Liquid,,,,,,,9,"On the afternoon of 30 June 2008, the USCG notified the regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator of a reported sheen off Cameron Parish, LA. The report stated that there was gas bubbling to the surface and a 1.5 mile sheen. In the area was buoy marking a pipeline. The USCG has request a trajectory."

7846,2008-06-30,Unknown Sheen,Off LA Coast,28.8853,-90.8017,Oil,,,,,,,,126,7,"On the morning of 30 June 2008, the SSC was notified by MSU Morgan City of an unknown sheen approxiamtely 10 miles off the LA coast. The sheen is reported to be 1 mile wide by 1 mile long and is 10% dull sheen and 80% bright (rainbow) sheen. They have requested trajectory and weather information."

7844,2008-06-28,Barge GULFSTREAM,"Bolivar Anchorage, Galveston, TX",29.3468,-94.7668,Oil,Grounding,Fuel Oil #6,,,,,,2650200,11,"On the morning of 28 June 2008, USCG MSU Galveston notified the HAZMAT Duty Officer of a grounded barge near the entrance to Galveston Bay TX. The Tug Marlin was pushing the oceangoing Barge GULFSTREAM and ran aground at 0230 hrs local time in vicinity of Bolivar Anchorage near Galveston TX. The barge was loaded with 63,100 BBL of No.6 Fuel Oil. There has been no reported leak at this time. The USCG requested a trajectory forecast. The HAZMAT Duty Officer contact the regional NOAA SSC and initiated the support requested."

7845,2008-06-27,"Mystery Sheen, Ship Shoal 182","Gulf of Mexico, Offshore LA",28.5967,-90.9794,Oil,,Unknown oil (sheen),,,,,,,4,"June 27, 2008, 0800 CDT, a large area of sheen was reported off the coast of Louisiana, near Ship Shoal Block 182. The sheen is described as a silver sheen, 10,000 feet long by 2,500 feet wide. The location has been reported as 28° 35’ 48’’N 90° 58’ 46’’ W. The USCG has requested a forecast for the movement of the reported sheen."

7843,2008-06-26,"Mystery Slick, NRC 875386","Gulf of Mexico, off Grand Isle, LA",29.26,-89.8783,Oil,,Unk,,,,,,,23,"At 10:29 AM (Local Time), the NOAA Regional Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified of a mystery slick/sheen in the Gulf of Mexico SE of Grand Isle, Louisiana. The report stated a 1x1 mile dark slick or sheen. The reported location was 29° 15’ 36" N Lat. 089° 52’ 42" W Long. At 9:15 AM. This location is just outside of state waters and the reported on-scene winds were from the S (on-shore winds). NOAA was requested to provide a trajectory analysis. "

7842,2008-06-24,M/V Mark L Barge Tow Grounded,"Daulphin Island, AL",30.2864,-88.1353,Oil,Grounding,VGO,,,,,,1932000,5,"On the evening of 24 June 2008, the Regional NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) was notified by Sector Mobile of two grounded barges carrying a combined total of 46,000 bbls of Vacuum Gas Oil near Dauphin Island."

7841,2008-06-23,M/V RAMLAH Oil Spill,"LOOP, Gulf of Mexico, LA",28.8875,-89.9997,Oil,,Light Crude Oil (Arbaian Light),,,,,,200,6,"The USCG notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a release on the deck of the M/V RAMLAH of 200 bbls of light crude oil at the LOOP Terminal (approximately 12 nautical miles SW of Belle Pass, Louisiana). The release was reported to have occurred at approximately 1920 hrs local time. Some portion of the 200 bbls was reported to have spilled into Gulf of Mexico waters. The USCG has requested a trajectory analysis."

7840,2008-06-20,F/V Stacey Lynn,"Forest River, Savannah, Ga",31.935,-81.155,Oil,,diesel,,,,,,300,8,"The Stacey Lynn, a 64 ft 84 gross ton fishing vessel began taking on water at anchor in the Forest River near Savannah, Ga this afternoon. The vessel has 300 gallons of diesel onboard. USCG activated the RRT4 to discuss contact water disposal to help stabilize the vessel and prevent total sinking until a transfer vessel can arrive on-scene and the Stacey Lynn can be safely towed to a haul out."

7839,2008-06-19,NSTAR Mineral Oil Release,"Brighton, MA",42.3292,-71.1139,Oil,Pipeline,Mineral Oil (Luminol),1,1,,,,5000,1,"Report -- First and Final: Sector Boston's Update: EPA OSCs Brennan and Condon arrived at the incident and coordinated withthe Incident Commander and MADEP.NSTAR and environmental response contractor Clean Harbors are on-sceneaddressing released oil in Muddy River.Source of release is an undergound conduit containing high voltageelectrical line and insulated with mineral oil (cable oil). Cause of the release is still under investigation.Initial estimated quantity of 5000 gallons appears to be accurate.Release is secured with containment and recovery operations ongoing atlocations along the MuddyRiver.An estimated 1000-2000 gallons may reach the Charles River.NSTAR/Clean Harbor have deployed assets to contain and recover therelease if it reaches the CharlesRiver.--------------------SSC Report: SSC was contacted at 1230 EDT by Sector Boston with concerns relative to the release, even though it was some distance from the coastal zone. They wanted to both be prepared to respond and to provide assistance to the EPA OSC, if such assistance were to become necessary.NOAA/ERD chemist and senior life scientist were consulted. Toxicity and potential for actionable impacts to the marine environment were deemed low due to the nature of the product (Luminol Type-2, a Petro-Canada product).SSC reported to Sector Boston and briefed the key response personnel.No further action from the USCG or NOAA is anticipated. No further request for assistance from EPA is expected.Case ClosedSteve LehmannSSC"

7837,2008-06-17,Mystery tarballs,"Alameda, CA",37.7633,-122.273,Oil,Mystery Substance,Possible lube oil,,1,,,,,3,"On the morning of 17JUN2008, an unknown sheen was reported on the beach of Robert Crown Memorial Beach, a bayfront park in Alameda, CA. Subsequent inspection by USCG and CA OSPR field staff revealed dime to quarter-sized, sheening tarballs along a mile of shoreline. Sector San Francisco notified the NOAA SSC shortly after 1700hrs and requested a NOAA hindcast trajectory to narrow down the potential sources for sampling."

7835,2008-06-14,M/T Ioannis 1,NW Washington,47.9583,-125.31,Other,Adrift,methyl glycol,,,,,,0,0,"The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary notified the NOAA SSC at about noon on June 14 that the 27,000 ton Tanker Ioannis 1 was adrift 28 NM southwest of Buoy J off the northwest coast of Washington. The vessel, heading south from Vancouver, B.C., had shut down it's engines for repairs. The tanker was reported to be carrying methyl glycol. The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary requested a drift trajectory for the vessel. The vessel restarted its engines and was underway again by the afternoon of June 14."

7833,2008-06-10,Ship Shoal Block 7 Pipeline Release,"Gulf of Mexico, LA",29.1878,-91.1786,Oil,Pipeline,Gas and Condensate,,,,,,,4,The USCG notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a pipeline failure 2.5 to 3 miles off the Louisiana coast.

7832,2008-06-10,Sperm Whale Grounding,"Port Aransas, Texas",27.81,-97.07,Other,Marine Mammal,Endangered Sperm Whale,,,,,,,1,"At 5:26 PM (local time) on 10 June 2008, the USCG notified the NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) of a grounded sperm whale near Port Aransas, Texas. At that time, the whale was reported alive and the USCG was seeking guidance. "

7830,2008-06-09,Jackup Rig Spud search,Entrance to Delaware Bay,38.688,-74.7717,Other,,The spuds,,,,,,,4,R/V RUSSELL W. PETERSON from 12-13 May 2008 was out doing a bird surveyat the entrance to Delware Bay. They got caught in a storm and the spudsbroke off. The R/V floated ashore but the spuds were nowhere to be found. NOAA is sending out a survey vessel to look for the spuds and have asked us to help reduce their possible search area. The concern is that the spuds may be a navigation hazard.

7829,2008-06-07,"ZnBr2 Spill, Green Canyon Block 338","Gulf of Mexico, Offshore LA",27.6247,-90.4408,Chemical,,Zinc Bromide Solution,,,,,,7560,2,"A release of 180 bbls of Zinc Bromide Solution was reported to have occurred in the Gulf of Mexico waters from an offshore platform at Green Canyon Block 338. The incident location was reported as Latitude: 27° 37' 29"" N Longitude: 090° 26' 27"" W, which is approximately 80 miles off the Louisiana coast. The water depth for Block 338 was reported as 3330 feet deep. The actual release was reported to ha