Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Shrimp-Boats-tow-Oil-containment-Boom-27MZIFI3OE1H.htmlConceptually similarShrimp Boats return to Port from Oil Skimming dutyGP029KACompleted★★★★Brown Pelicans in LouisianaGP022J7Completed★★★★Brown Pelicans in LouisianaGP022J8Completed★★★★Brown Pelicans in LouisianaGP022J9Completed★★★★Brown Pelicans in LouisianaGP022J5Completed★★★★Shrimp Fishermen in LouisianaGP021XPCompleted★★★★Oil Containment Booms in LouisianaGP0221JCompleted★★★★Pelicans fly over Oil Containment BoomGP029KVCompleted★★★★Sacks with Shrimps in LouisianaGP021XRCompleted★★★★View AllGP029IZShrimp Boats tow Oil-containment BoomShrimp boats tow fire-resistant oil-containment boom as their crews conduct in situ burn training off the coast of Venice. The training is designed to help the local fisherman prepare to assist with possible future in situ burn operations. A flock of brown pelicans, the state bird of Louisiana, fly in front.Locations:North America-United States of AmericaDate:3 May, 2010Credit:© United States Coast GuardMaximum size:2687px X 1785pxRestrictions:Photo released by the United States Coast Guard. Greenpeace can publish and distribute the image, NO SALESKeywords:Birds-British Petroleum (BP)-Day-Flying-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Oil (Industry)-Oil booms (containment)-Oil spills-Outdoors-Pelicans-Shrimps-Summer-Toxics (campaign title)-TrawlersShoot:Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig DisasterScenes from the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The BP leased, Transocean mobile offshore drilling platform was engulfed in flames after an explosion April 20 and sank in 5,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven workers died. Oil gushed from the deepwater wellhead into the Gulf of Mexico for more than 100 days until a relief well was drilled and the leaking well clogged with mud.