Semar Signing Agreement with United States Coast Guard

The agreement between both agencies allows the effective joint response when a pollution incident that could affect or threaten the coastal waters

The Secretariat of the Navy and the Coastguard Service of the United States of America signed the complement of the MEXUSGOLF 2018 Plan, Contingency Program, on Pollution of the Marine Environment by Spills of Hydrocarbons and other Harmful Substances.

The agreement between both agencies was signed during the annual work meeting “SEMINARIO MEXUSGOLF 2018” held in the city of New Orleans.

“The MEXUSGOLF Annex provides guidelines regarding the communication and coordination processes that should be used to facilitate effective joint response when a pollution incident that may affect or threaten coastal waters, as well as the marine environment of the border region. maritime Gulf of any country, “it was detailed in a statement.

It was also reported that the Altamira Integral Port Administration (APIALT), the National Agency for Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection of the Hydrocarbons Sector (ASEA) and the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) participated as part of the delegation. Mexican

Semar Signing Agreement with United States Coast Guard

Its counterpart consists of the Department of Safety and Environmental Protection (BSEE) and the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (NOAA) as well as oil industries, non-governmental organizations, among others.

 

Source: El Universal