Friday, January 13, 2012

No Agenda Here!

Russian tanker reaches ice-bound Alaskan port
A Russian tanker escorted by the U.S. Coast Guard reached the frozen Alaskan port of Nome with emergency fuel supplies on Friday after a 10-day voyage through ice-choked seas, the Russian company that owns the vessel said.

The mission to Nome is the first mid-winter marine delivery to western Alaska and comes as oil and gas development and climate change increase commercial traffic along trade routes in the Arctic.

"Frozen Alaskan port", "ice-choked seas", "10-day voyage" . . . "climate change?"

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