Arco to build crude oil tanker

December 1998
Alaska Business Monthly;Dec98, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p10
Reports that Arco Marine Inc. has announced its intention to build a third crude oil tanker for completion by the year 2001. Transportation purpose; Tanker features; Compliance with the 1990 Oil Pollution Act requirements and International Maritime Organization regulations.


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