CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Flint Hill Sources continues to reply to the discharge of roughly 335 barrels of sunshine crude oil from a pipe failure at its Ingleside crude oil terminal that occurred on Saturday, December 24. The US Coast Guard, the Texas Common Land Workplace, and the Port of Corpus Christi Authority proceed to help with the continued cleanup efforts.
Flint Hills Sources (FHR) has acquired company approval to take away all remaining increase from the waters of Corpus Christi and Nueces Bays following shoreline assessments carried out in collaboration with the US Coast Guard, Texas Common Land Workplace and Texas Parks and Wildlife Division. All booms have been faraway from North Seaside, Lexington and the aquarium. Right now, the one remaining increase is in a bit of Nueces Bay close to the Joe Fulton Hall. The barrier stays in place solely as a security measure. FHR plans to take away the remaining increase on Wednesday, January 11, relying on climate and water situations.
Though no important materials or shine has been confirmed up to now seven days, speedy response groups are nonetheless in place to reply to residents’ issues. Sightings could be reported to the Flint Hills Sources Ingleside Response Heart at 361-396-2831.
FHR will proceed to work with marine and wildlife consultants because the variety of lifeless birds stands at 13. One turtle was handled for potential publicity.
The next phone quantity has been established to obtain claims: 1-800-254-1122.
Flint Hills Sources continues to work in full cooperation, oversight and coordination with native, state and federal authorities.
The reason for the incident continues to be below investigation.
Throughout the Metropolis Council Report portion of the January 10 Metropolis Council assembly, the Metropolis Supervisor, with representatives from Flint Hills Sources in attendance, will present the Metropolis Council with a briefing displaying a timeline of occasions and progress in cleanup and restoration. effort.