An oil sheen covers the Arthur Kill waterway near a damaged boat yard on Staten Island, N.Y. The oil sheen comes from an estimated 336,000 gallon diesel spill from the Motiva Enterprises Terminal at Sewaren, N.J., across the waterway. At least two tanks at the facility, a joint venture of Royal Dutch Shell and Saudi Aramco, were damaged in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and leaked into Woodbridge Creek. The facility has a capacity of 5 million gallons of refined petroleum products. The United States Coast Guard assisted with clean up and recovery.