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A slicker way to clean up oil tanker spills

  • 08 March 2003
  • Duncan Graham-Rowe
  • Magazine issue 2385

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OPINIONS/COLUMNS Chaalal omar

5 août 2008

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Tell Exxon to Pay Its Bill
Sierra Club Chronicles — our new monthly TV series — takes on Exxon, and you can too when you host a house party. In January, ExxonMobil announced record-breaking annual profits. But the world’s largest oil company has yet to pay a penny in the damages owed to Alaskan fishermen from the Exxon-Valdez oil spill almost seventeen years ago. After a hearing last month at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the fishermen are awaiting a decision on whether the 30,000 plaintiffs affected by the spill will get the $4.5 billion in damages they were awarded.

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Chaalal omar

5 août 2008

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 Le fait de ne pas réglementer les activités problème créé Dear Editor, Monsieur le Rédacteur en chef,

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chaalal Omar et sa religion

5 août 2008

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Le respect Muhammad a vu comme Il respecte Jésus

A beautiful article by Dr. Chaalal that I really must share to commemorate this Holy months of Ramadhan. Un bel article du Dr Chaalal que j’ai vraiment doivent partager pour commémorer cette sainte mois de Ramadhan.

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Chaalal Omar…

5 août 2008

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Westminster diary

  • 14 June 2003
  • Tam Dalyell
  • Magazine issue 2399

MY HOPES were raised by a recent news item about a tanker, planned and designed by Omar Chaalal of the Arab Emirates University in Al-Ain, that would suck up oil spills (New Scientist, 8 March, p 16). If it works, it could at one stroke reduce environmental damage and regain a sellable product.

Chaalal’s oil-recovery ship has a large tank on board that is completely filled with seawater before the ship leaves the dock. On approaching an oil slick, a series of holes in the hull are opened to connect the tank water to the surrounding seawater. Just like a glass full of water that is upturned in a filled sink, the water in the tank does not flood out, provided the holes remain submerged. The ship’s specially designed hull forces any oil underneath it towards the holes. Since oil is less dense than seawater it rises up through …

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