Experience

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Experience

Spill Management Team Projects MAP

Click on a map point below to view more information about some of our past experiences.

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Spill Managment Team Projects

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Tank Barge - Buzzard’s Bay, Massachusetts: 41.745498, -70.585987
Underground Pipeline - Aquasco/Piney Point, Maryland: 38.142364, -76.507480
Tank Vessel - Offshore Chincoteague, Virginia: 37.951303, -75.352878
Bulk Freighter - Port Everglades, FL: 26.093711, -80.124664
Bulk Freighter & Tank Barge - Tampa, Florida: 27.940000, -82.450000
Power Station - Alexandria, Virginia/Washington D.C.: 38.818947, -77.059325
Tank Vessel - New Orleans, Louisiana: 29.959577, -90.077013
Offshore Platform - Gulf of Mexico: 25.304304, -90.065918
Tank Vessel - Port Arthur, Texas: 29.879636, -93.977639
Freighter - Coos Bay, Oregon: 43.353184, -124.078232
General Cargo Vessel - Anacortes, Washington: 48.501342, -122.640323
Freighter - Dutch Harbor, Alaska: 53.901373, -166.530101
Underground Diesel Tank - New Jersey: 40.058324, -74.405661
HFO Tank in Cargo Hold - Norfolk, Virginia: 36.851849, -76.280133
Bunker Tank Overflow - Galvelsgton, Texas: 29.301348, -94.797696
Simulated Response to Vessel Collision near Oil Platforms - Los Angeles/Long Beach, California: 33.426973, -117.611992
Lost Containers at Sea During Storm - Morehead City, North Carolina to Virginia Border: 34.722939, -76.726044
Bunker Tank Overflow - Charleston, South Carolina: 32.776566, -79.930922
Buried Pipeline under Yellowstone River - Montana: 46.879682, -110.362566
Tank Vessel Strikes Bridge - Portland, Maine: 43.661471, -70.255326
Fuel Spill From Bunkering - Port Angeles, Washington: 48.118146, -123.430741
Vessel Collision - Port Arthur, Texas: 29.868856, -93.933794
Tanker - Stockton, CA: 37.957702, -121.290780
Tank Barge - The Kill Van Kull Waterway: 40.579532, -74.150201
HFO Tank in Cargo Hold - Seattle, Washington: 47.606209, -122.332071
Damaged Hazardous Containers - Newark, NJ: 40.735657, -74.172367
Container Vessel - Long Beach, California: 33.660297, -117.999227
Non-tank vessel - Duluth, Minnesota: 46.786672, -92.100485
Container Vessel with Transformer Oil Leaking out of Flexi Tanks: 61.130833, -146.348333
Lost/Damaged at Sea Container Remediation - Port of Los Angeles, CA: 34.052234, -118.243685
Bulk Carrier - Bunker Release - Corpus Christi, TX: 27.800583, -97.396381
Tanker Collision - Houston Ship Channel, TX: 29.701392, -95.009186
Towing Vessel Sinking - Barbers Point, Oahu, HI: 21.296823, -158.104016

Gallagher Marine Systems (GMS) maintains emergency response capabilities throughout the U.S. and its territories on a 24-hour per day, 365 day per year basis.  We deal with an average of 1.5 incidents per week which range from minor incidents requiring notifications to large scale releases warranting full mobilization of a Spill Management Team. GMS utilizes an electronic ALERT system which enables immediate notification to our Spill Management Team members by location, specialty, etc. enabling us rapid deployment to any incident location.  Members of the GMS SMT train regularly on the latest regulatory requirements; they conduct and undergo Command Post Exercises with the U.S. Coast Guard and other regulatory agencies; and they maintain their skills by attending regular trainings on the Incident Command System, HAZWOPER, response equipment effectiveness and utilization, cost control and much more.

The above map represents some of the incidents GMS has been involved with over the years.  We have provided brief descriptions of some of these incidents which you can review by clicking your cursor on the respective map markers.