U.S. Firm to Remove Oil from Sunk Ship

Sunday, October 11, 2009

According to an Oct. 9 report from The Times of India, Paradip Port Trust authorities said they had selected a U.S. company to pump out oil from Mongolian vessel Black Rose, which sank on September 9. PPT chairman K Raghuramiah said the Florida-based Resolve Marine Group was shortlisted for the task after studying four tenders.

(Source: The Times of India)

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