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Comparative Assessment of Impacts of Exxon Valdez and Tasman Spirit Spillage

Case study,"Comparative Assessment of Impacts of Exxon Valdez and Tasman Spirit Spillage" by Mohammad Rafiq Khan, Freed Freedy, Fawad Dhurrani and Hasan Hayat that was presented by Fawad Dhurrani has been awarded First Prize in the International TETVA 007 Competition held in Amity Business School NOIDA, UP, India on March 23, 2007.

The abstrct of the case is as follows:

"A study for the comparative assessment of impacts of Exxon Valdez and Tasman Spirit was carried out. The study was based on secondary data collected from the literature available in different libraries, on-line journals and reports framed by different study groups. The comparison of the data with reference to the quantity of oil spilled, areas on which the spilled oils spread and socio-economic damages caused to human, animal and plant life revealed that though the areas affected and the quantity of the crude oil spilled by the Valdez incident was larger, the incident of Tasman Spirit was more disastrous. It directly involved human lives in very large number. The impact of Tasman incident on employment and marine life were also greater as compared to the Valdez incident."

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 4/22/2007 12:22:00 PM,

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