Captain in court Wednesday on charges of "operating a vessel in a manner causing unnecessary danger or risk is." Will be shown
If convicted, the 7,800 million, or 12 months imprisonment, the maximum penalty is facing. New Zealand's oil agency said the new game (MNZ) New Zealand, said more charges likely will follow.
Rena flagged in Liberia, a bowl, beat machine Reef, Tauranga City closed about 12 nautical miles, north island, a week ago.
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Hundreds of tonnes of fuel oil has leaked from the ship, which made New Zealand's Environment Minister, Nick Smith, played the most important marine environmental disaster known to call.
MNZ is estimated that 200-300 tons of oil, container, fuel and 1,700 cubic meters (450,000 gallons) was going to have the lake.Oil Agency, said a "significant" amount of a northern island in the Gulf of Maketu Mount Maunganui and between cities within days is expected to come ashore.
The agency said the plane had fallen around 70 containers. Eleven of the ship's containers holding hazardous substances and are at Rena.
Shipping containers at risk of having, MNZ said a maritime navigational warnings have been issued and has been re-routed traffic.
Recovery of oil from the ship's first priority is to be saved before, but high winds and was impressed by the strong flower.
should be "relatively good form."
Sports authorities fear as ship additional oil condition deteriorates.
"I think we expect that at some point had more problems and possibly even broken, Transport Minister Steven Joyce told broadcaster TVNZ.
Greenpeace extremely worried about the game, "he said and urged the government to avoid further use of toxic dispersants.
Steve Abel said the company "so difficult to deal with spills of oil into the sea is an unfortunate example,". "This game means a slow and relatively clear, accessible oil as New Zealand's borders has increased the capacity to respond.
"It's a blue whale and dolphin in the calving, as well as numerous other marine species is a potential disaster."