Chennai Oil Spills

'Chennai Oil Spills' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Most Of Oil Spilled At Ennore Recovered By Coast Guard Ships
    Tamil Nadu News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday November 21, 2018
    Six Indian Coast Guard ships are involved in containing oil spilled by tanker Coral Stars at Kamarajar Port, in Ennore near Chennai, on November 18, sources said.
  • Ship Master Asked To Clean Up After Oil Spill Near Chennai
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 20, 2018
    The Coast Guard Monday said it has issued notice to the master of a cargo ship to clean up the oil spill off the coast here caused by a rupture in a hose of the vessel, failing which action will be taken as per law.
  • Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by S Shobana | Sunday November 18, 2018
    A spill that released 2 tonnes of oil into the sea, just north of Chennai, was reported on Sunday, raising concerns of a repeat of last year's crisis that took a mammoth effort to clean up and damaged the area's ecology.
  • Green Court Summons Centre, State Representatives Over Chennai Oil Spill
    Chennai News | Written by Sidharth Pandey | Monday February 6, 2017
    National Green Tribunal has summoned representatives of both the centre and the state government over the spill of hazardous oil and Liquefied Petroleum Gas or LPG off the Tamil Nadu coast last week. The green court was hearing two petitions which contradicts the assurance given by authorities involved in cleaning up the water.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: National Green Tribunal To Hear Plea Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 6, 2017
    The issue of a recent oil spill off the coast of Tamil Nadu that is posing a threat to environment and health of local residents has gone to the National Green Tribunal with a plea seeking compensation and seizure of the vessels.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: 90 Per Cent Sludge In Affected Regions Removed, Says Panneerselvam
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Smitha TK | Monday February 6, 2017
    Outgoing Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam visited Ennore, outside Chennai, nearly a week after two ships collided at port's anchorage and spilled around 20 tonnes of oil along the coastline.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: Crew Of Both Ships Being Interrogated, Can't Leave City
    Chennai News | Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Saturday February 4, 2017
    The crew of both ships which collided off Chennai last Saturday and caused a massive oil spill are being interrogated to fix the responsibility. Sources say both the ships and the crew will not be allowed to leave the Kamarajar port outside Chennai till the investigation into the incident is over. Chennai Port Trust Chairman P Raveendran said, "Act...
  • Chennai Oil Spill Worse Than Thought, 10 More Days To Clean Up
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Friday February 3, 2017
    A massive oil spill caused by the collision of two ships off Chennai last Saturday has been contained, the Coast Guard said today, rejecting speculation that the clean-up had been haphazard and delayed. Hundreds of volunteers, including engineering students and fishermen, are manually collecting sludge in buckets to clear the water and reduce the d...
  • Chennai vs It's Oil Spill: Volunteers With Gloves Scoop Up Thick Tar
    Chennai News | Agence France-Presse | Friday February 3, 2017
    With Chennai in the middle of its worst environmental disaster ever, hundreds of students and fishermen are working Friday to clean up an oil spill on India's southern coast.
  • Chennai's Oil Spill Spreading, Say Experts, Amid Massive Clean-Up Effort
    Chennai News | NDTV News Desk | Friday February 3, 2017
    Nearly a week after the oil spill caused by two ships colliding off Chennai's coast on Saturday, 60 tonnes of sludge has been removed by hundreds of volunteers, including engineering students and coast guard men.
  • Chennai Oil Spill Way Past Marina Beach, Spread By Winds And Waves
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 2, 2017
    An oil spill caused by two cargo ships colliding near Chennai has affected a 30 km stretch along the coastline and is spreading because of the waves and the strong winds. Close to a thousand workers, including volunteers from engineering colleges and fishermen, are using their bare hands to clear the thick sludge that machines have failed to remov...
  • 10 Points About Chennai Oil Spill And Massive Clean-Up Ops
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 2, 2017
    Hundreds of Coast Guard men, engineering students and fishermen are using their hands to clear a giant oil spill in the sea near Chennai, with a machine proving useless in pumping out the thickening sludge. Tonnes of oil spilled into the sea when two cargo ships collided on Saturday. Environmentalists are worried because nearly half a dozen turtles...
  • As Machines Fail, Chennai Fights Manually To Clear Oil Spill
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Thursday February 2, 2017
    Five days after two ships collided off the Chennai shore, leading to a massive oil spill, the much-hyped super sucker machines have failed to pump out the sludge. Now, hundreds of Coast Guard personnel and volunteers have taken it upon themselves to manually clear the near 20 tonnes of oil spill.
  • Tamil Nadu Oil Spill: 40 Tonnes Of Sludge Collected, Says Coast Guard
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 1, 2017
    As several government agencies are engaged in cleaning up the shoreline following the oil spill after two ships collided near the Kamarajar Port recently, the Coast Guard today said nearly 40 tonnes of oil sludge and 27 tonnes of oil mixed with water were collected so far.
  • Oil Spill Near Chennai Is 20 Tonnes, Not 1, Says Coast Guard
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday January 31, 2017
    The oil spill on the seas near Chennai, caused by the collision of two cargo ships on Saturday, has turned out to be much larger than expected. While the Ennore port had estimated that only 1 tonne of oil has been spilt, the Coast Guard has said the amount is no less than 20 tonnes - a huge threat to the marine life in the area.

'Chennai Oil Spills' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Most Of Oil Spilled At Ennore Recovered By Coast Guard Ships
    Tamil Nadu News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday November 21, 2018
    Six Indian Coast Guard ships are involved in containing oil spilled by tanker Coral Stars at Kamarajar Port, in Ennore near Chennai, on November 18, sources said.
  • Ship Master Asked To Clean Up After Oil Spill Near Chennai
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 20, 2018
    The Coast Guard Monday said it has issued notice to the master of a cargo ship to clean up the oil spill off the coast here caused by a rupture in a hose of the vessel, failing which action will be taken as per law.
  • Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by S Shobana | Sunday November 18, 2018
    A spill that released 2 tonnes of oil into the sea, just north of Chennai, was reported on Sunday, raising concerns of a repeat of last year's crisis that took a mammoth effort to clean up and damaged the area's ecology.
  • Green Court Summons Centre, State Representatives Over Chennai Oil Spill
    Chennai News | Written by Sidharth Pandey | Monday February 6, 2017
    National Green Tribunal has summoned representatives of both the centre and the state government over the spill of hazardous oil and Liquefied Petroleum Gas or LPG off the Tamil Nadu coast last week. The green court was hearing two petitions which contradicts the assurance given by authorities involved in cleaning up the water.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: National Green Tribunal To Hear Plea Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 6, 2017
    The issue of a recent oil spill off the coast of Tamil Nadu that is posing a threat to environment and health of local residents has gone to the National Green Tribunal with a plea seeking compensation and seizure of the vessels.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: 90 Per Cent Sludge In Affected Regions Removed, Says Panneerselvam
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Smitha TK | Monday February 6, 2017
    Outgoing Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam visited Ennore, outside Chennai, nearly a week after two ships collided at port's anchorage and spilled around 20 tonnes of oil along the coastline.
  • Chennai Oil Spill: Crew Of Both Ships Being Interrogated, Can't Leave City
    Chennai News | Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Saturday February 4, 2017
    The crew of both ships which collided off Chennai last Saturday and caused a massive oil spill are being interrogated to fix the responsibility. Sources say both the ships and the crew will not be allowed to leave the Kamarajar port outside Chennai till the investigation into the incident is over. Chennai Port Trust Chairman P Raveendran said, "Act...
  • Chennai Oil Spill Worse Than Thought, 10 More Days To Clean Up
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Friday February 3, 2017
    A massive oil spill caused by the collision of two ships off Chennai last Saturday has been contained, the Coast Guard said today, rejecting speculation that the clean-up had been haphazard and delayed. Hundreds of volunteers, including engineering students and fishermen, are manually collecting sludge in buckets to clear the water and reduce the d...
  • Chennai vs It's Oil Spill: Volunteers With Gloves Scoop Up Thick Tar
    Chennai News | Agence France-Presse | Friday February 3, 2017
    With Chennai in the middle of its worst environmental disaster ever, hundreds of students and fishermen are working Friday to clean up an oil spill on India's southern coast.
  • Chennai's Oil Spill Spreading, Say Experts, Amid Massive Clean-Up Effort
    Chennai News | NDTV News Desk | Friday February 3, 2017
    Nearly a week after the oil spill caused by two ships colliding off Chennai's coast on Saturday, 60 tonnes of sludge has been removed by hundreds of volunteers, including engineering students and coast guard men.
  • Chennai Oil Spill Way Past Marina Beach, Spread By Winds And Waves
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 2, 2017
    An oil spill caused by two cargo ships colliding near Chennai has affected a 30 km stretch along the coastline and is spreading because of the waves and the strong winds. Close to a thousand workers, including volunteers from engineering colleges and fishermen, are using their bare hands to clear the thick sludge that machines have failed to remov...
  • 10 Points About Chennai Oil Spill And Massive Clean-Up Ops
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 2, 2017
    Hundreds of Coast Guard men, engineering students and fishermen are using their hands to clear a giant oil spill in the sea near Chennai, with a machine proving useless in pumping out the thickening sludge. Tonnes of oil spilled into the sea when two cargo ships collided on Saturday. Environmentalists are worried because nearly half a dozen turtles...
  • As Machines Fail, Chennai Fights Manually To Clear Oil Spill
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Thursday February 2, 2017
    Five days after two ships collided off the Chennai shore, leading to a massive oil spill, the much-hyped super sucker machines have failed to pump out the sludge. Now, hundreds of Coast Guard personnel and volunteers have taken it upon themselves to manually clear the near 20 tonnes of oil spill.
  • Tamil Nadu Oil Spill: 40 Tonnes Of Sludge Collected, Says Coast Guard
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 1, 2017
    As several government agencies are engaged in cleaning up the shoreline following the oil spill after two ships collided near the Kamarajar Port recently, the Coast Guard today said nearly 40 tonnes of oil sludge and 27 tonnes of oil mixed with water were collected so far.
  • Oil Spill Near Chennai Is 20 Tonnes, Not 1, Says Coast Guard
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday January 31, 2017
    The oil spill on the seas near Chennai, caused by the collision of two cargo ships on Saturday, has turned out to be much larger than expected. While the Ennore port had estimated that only 1 tonne of oil has been spilt, the Coast Guard has said the amount is no less than 20 tonnes - a huge threat to the marine life in the area.
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