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Using marine equipment, such as speedboats, fishing boats and jet skis, can be an incredibly fun and exciting experience. But the actual act of filling up these machines at marina service stations can be a bit more dangerous than you might expect because this environment is very susceptible to static-related accidents. Static is generated when liquids come in contact with other materials, and hydrocarbons (i.e., petroleum products and ethanol) are particularly susceptible to static buildup. As the liquid flows through piping and is mixed, poured, pumped, filtered or agitated, static sparking can occur and cause ignition. Using equipment such as grounding cables, clamps and bolts can eliminate the threat of a fire or explosion caused by static buildup.
For more information on grounding during marine fueling, refer to this guide from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce Office of Storage Tank Regulation offices – http://dsps.wi.gov/er/pdf/bst/programletters_pl/er-bst-pl-marinaposfueladdendum.pdf.
Many of them definitely came to stay and forced us to carry out a reengineering, breaking many paradigms and where the talent and creativity of our staff came to light and improve our functions.
In my particular case, I am a field animal, little office. Although I am based in Lima, 98% of the time I am in the three operations, Toquepala, Cuajone, and Ilo, and even in this period of pandemic I work from the operations, although my visits to the three areas are more spaced out.
You are one of the few people who know most intimately the potential of the Cuajone and Toquepala deposits. What is the true mining potential of these two deposits? What has Southern discovered to date?
The fierce struggle in mining at a global level has forced wages to be very competitive at an international level, forcing you to seek efficiency in costs and expenses, not in labor, but in materials, spare parts and the efficient use of energy, water and fuels. Southern Peru Copper Corporation has been characterized by its high discipline and cost control, where the basis is in the maintenance planning and the planning of equipment delivery in time and form, which forces us not to spend more than what is required in unscheduled maintenance. And all this thanks to our great work team, our personnel.
Ilo refinery history
The history of the Peruvian railroads is linked to the history of the country itself, it is inseparable. The trains marked an epoch and contributed definitively to its consolidation in good times and bad. In the war with Chile, more than 500 km of lines were destroyed, out of a total of 1500 in 1877. This length was not reached again until 1910.
(Disappeared)This short railroad, Tumbes-Puerto Pizarro, also called Tumbes-Palizada, owned by the State, had an extension of only 11 km and 0.75 m gauge. It was created by Law 697 of 1907, which also included a new port. In 1933 a branch line to Zarumilla was authorized but was never built. Construction began in 1908 and it was put into service in 1909. It always had the problem, like many others, of working at a loss due to the small amount of passengers and cargo it transported. It stopped operating in 1949.
Eten was the terminus of another railroad that connected the port with Hacienda Cayaltí. It was 66 km long and had a 0.60 m gauge. It operated from 1904 to 1979. The line crossed the Panamericana Norte in the middle of the desert between the port and the hacienda. They acquired many second-hand Baldwin steam locomotives from the Piura oil railroads. They also had a 6-wheel Plymouth diesel locomotive at the Puerto Eten station that connected with the Eten-Chiclayo railroad. There was a turntable there for that agricultural railroad. Here the cargo was transshipped to the railroad that operated the Eten dock.
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The following is an overview of OPA and Section 311 of the federal Clean Water Act. Other articles in this newsletter may mention that associated with abandoned pipelines and wells or other structures. Readers should also be aware that parties who are or have “contributed” in the past or in the past to the management of current, or storage of hazardous waste that “may” pose an “imminent and substantial endangerment” to human health or the environment may be required to remediate pollution under section 7002 or 7003 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”).
Section 311 of the CWA and OPA90 are the primary federal programs for responding to oil spills. Section 311 of the CWA imposes liability on owners or operators of vessels and facilities for the discharge of injurious quantities of oil into the navigable waters of the United States, shorelines, waters of the contiguous zone, by reference to activities under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act or where the discharge may affect the natural resources of the United States. The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is primarily responsible for the regulation of non-transportation related facilities and spill response in inland waters while the U.S. Coast Guard is responsible for vessels and marine related transportation facilities.