Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/MV-Selendang-Ayu-Oil-Spill-in-Alaska-27MZIFV8UB8K.htmlConceptually similarMV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048H4Completed★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048H8Completed★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048HACompleted★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048HBCompleted★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048HCCompleted★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048I5Completed★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048GUCompleted★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048GVCompleted★★★★MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGP048GWCompleted★★★★View AllGP048I7MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGreenpeace campaigner Melanie Duchin investigates the environmental impacts of the oil spill resulting from the shipwreck of the Malaysian freighter MV Selendang Ayu. A containment boom stretches across an inlet.Locations:Alaska-North America-Unalaska Island-United States of AmericaDate:14 Dec, 2004Credit:© Mateo Williford / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3600px X 2391pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil booms (containment)-Oil spills-Oiled beaches-One person-Outdoors-Shipwrecks-Water-Water pollution-Winter-WomenShoot:MV Selendang Ayu Oil Spill in AlaskaGreenpeace Campaigner Melanie Duchin investigates oil deposits around Makushin Bay, Unalaska, after the sinking of the Malaysian freighter M/V Selendang Ayu. On December 7, the crew of the M/V Selendang Ayu reported that they had lost power and were adrift off Unalaska Island. Efforts to tow the vessel failed and it went aground and broke apart between Skan Bay and Spray Cape at approximately 6pm, December 8. The Selendang Ayu carried approximately 424,000 gallons of Intermediate Fuel Oil and 18,000 gallons of Marine Diesel, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation reports.