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Additional information submitted by-
Cretan, N. Nick:

Statistical review of the number of ships calling at the 10 major

ports of the continental United States during calender year

1976.
Total arrivals at the Port of New York from 1947 through 1976,

table..
Coast Guard:

Flow diagram for oil pollution/hazardous materials external

response, chart..
Flow diagram for oil pollution hazardous materials spills Coast

Guard internal response.
Penalties for oil spills...
Procedures for the movement of LNG/FPG dated October 1,

1975..
Procedures for responses to major marine accidents-

Oil/hazardous materials incident plan..
Communications submitted by-

Crawford, F. B., general manager, Port of Los Angeles, City of Los

Angeles, letter dated July 12, 1977.---
McJunkin, James 1., general manager, Port of Long Beach, letter

dated July 5, 1977--
Olcott, Edward S., director of planning and development, Port

Authority of New York and New Jersey, letter dated July 18, 1977-.
Reed, Edward S., chairman, Committee V, Port of New Orleans,

letter dated July 12, 1977..

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CAPE COD COAST GUARD OPĒRATIONS
Hearing held August 15, 1977.----
Statement of-

Adams, William R., Jr., regional administrator, EPA, region I....
Cahir, Jeremiah..
Dungan, Thomas F.
Farrington, Dr. John, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Prepared statement..
Flannigan, Frank.
Hess, Dr. Wilmot N., acting associate administrator, National Oceanic

and Atmospheric Administration, Commerce Department -
Johnson, Barry.
Klotz, Themis
Kosaela, Margaret W.
Muir, Capt. Daniel L., Chief, Operations Division, U.S. Coast Guard,

Atlantic area--
Nickerson, Howard, executive director, New England Fisheries Steer-

ing Committee.
O'Neill, Lt. Gov. Thomas P., III, of Massachusetts.
Schwob, Rear Adm. William S., commander, First Coast Guard

District, U.S. Coast Guard -
Studds, Hon. Gerry E., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts..
Additional information submitted by-
Coast Guard:

Comparison of the number of foreign fishing vessels sighted from

Gulf of Maine to Cape Hatteras, table.Communications submitted by

Johnson, Barry H., chairman, Shellfish Advisory Committee, Cape

Cod Planning and Economic Development Commission, letters
dated:

June 1, 1977

August 18, 1977.
Limeburner, Burke R., Jr., Director of Natural Resources, Town of

Bourne, Mass., letter dated August 15, 1977-
Mahoney, Robert P., professor, Skidmore College, letter.
Rutledge, Thomas H., Capt., U.S. Coast Guard, letter
Souza, George, shellfish constable, Falmouth, Mass., letter dated

June 1, 1977.-

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INTERNATIONAL SAFE CONTAINER ACT

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Hearing held September 13, 1977
Text of H.R. 8159....
Executive Communication No. 1461.
Reports from

Commerce Department
Army Department.

State Department-
Statement of

American Bureau of Shipping--
Benkert, Rear Adm. William M., chief, Office of Merchant Marine

Safety, U.S. Coast Guard...
Davies, James L., vice president, Technical Services, Interway Corp..
Letteney, David' B., manager, Container Department, Farrell Lines,

Inc.-
Reynolds, James J., American Institute of Merchant Shipping-
Woolley, Edward A., secretary, Institute of International Container
Lessors...

Prepared statement-
Additional material supplied by-

Woolley, Edward A.: Question submitted and answer thereto---
Communications submitted by-

Corrada, Hon. Baltasar, letter dated August 8, 1977.
Hiltzheimer, C. I., Sea-Land Service, Inc., letter dated August 30,

1977.
Kuykendall, John R., vice president, Matson Navigation Co., letter

dated September 13, 1977-Young, Robert T., American Bureau of Shipping, letter dated Sep

tember 9, 1977, enclosing a statement.-

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TANKER SAFETY

Hearings held
September 14, 1977.-

249 September 15, 1977,

369 Presidential Message re Oil Pollution.

250 Text of H.R. 3796..

252 H.R. 4860.

252 H.R. 4861.

252 H.R. 5118.

252 S. 682..

261 Reports from State Department.

260, 274 Council on Environmental Quality

261, 272 Environmental Protection Agency

273 Statement of

Bailey, Kay, acting chairman, National Transportation Safety
Board..

293 Prepared statement.

293 Barnes, James N., on behalf of the Natural Resources Defense Coun

cil, Sierra Club, Wilderness Society, National Wildlife Federation,
Environmental Defense Fund, Friends of the Earth, National
Audubon Society, and Environmental Policy Center-

436 Benkert, Rear Adm. William M., chief, Office of Merchant Marine Safety, U.S. Coast Guard..

277 Clothier, Capt. Ernest A., president, American Pilots Association

410 Prepared statement..

412 United New York and New Jersey Sandy Hook Pilots' Association. 415 Colucciello, Luigi A., chief, Marine Accident Branch, National Transportation Safety Board..

293 Dicks, Hon. Norman D., a Representative in Congress from the State of Washington--

369 Gray, William O., American Petroleum Institute..

316 Prepared statement

317 Hooper, Ralph W., American Waterways Operators, Inc.-

362 Jacobi, James N., general counsel, American Pilots Association.. 410

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Statement of continued

Klausner, Joseph A., general counsel, American Maritime Association..
Maskin, Alfred, executive director, American Maritime Association..

Prepared statement

Membership
Murphy, Ms. Evelyn F., secretary of environmental affairs, State of
Massachusetts -

Prepared statement..
Muth, Harold D., vice president, Government relations, American

Waterways Operators, Inc.
Puls, Fritz L., general counsel, National Transportation Safety Board..
Reynolds, James J., president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping---
Rosengren, Capt. Harold R., deputy chief surveyor for the East

Coast ports.--
Sammis, Capt. S. Fraser, president, National Cargo Bureau....
Yourch, Eugene, executive secretary, Federation of American Con-
trolled Shipping-

Prepared statement..
Additional information submitted by-
AIMS-

Training and certification of seafarers..
American Petroleum Institute:

Inter-governmental maritime consultative organization, segre

gated ballast etc.----
Questions to Mr. W. 0. Gray and responses thereto..
Segregated ballast in existing tankers or alternative measures.

Symposium on prevention of pollution from ships.-----
American Waterways Operators, Inc., questions and responses thereto-
Coast Guard:

Inspection.
Manning and training requirements

Tanker safety regulations--
Federation of American Controlled Shipping:

Analysis of the vessels and the deficiencies found during the

expanded tank vessel boarding programme---
Comparison of certain casualty records sustained by World Fleet,

FACS, American flag and rest of world tankers, 1973–76-

Typical list of questions asked of a tanker owner by a charterer. National Safety Congress and Exposition

A safety analysis_of the foreign tanker boarding program

Comdr. Wm. J. Ecker, USCG -National Transportation Safety Board:

Handling time by NTSB of marine enforcement cases..

Inert gas system, advantages and disadvantages -Communications submitted by

Drozak, Frank, executive vice president, Seafarers International Union,

letter dated October 4, 1977, with enclosures.McKenzie, Arthur, Tanker Advisory Center, letter dated July 24,

1977, with enclosures. Rea, W. P., rear admiral, U.S. Coast Guard, letter dated June 8, 1973. Wiswall, Dr. F. L., Jr., admiralty counsel, Bureau of Maritime Affairs,

letter dated August 31, 1977-

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