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2019 Legislation: Reducing Threats to Southern Resident Killer Whales & Improving the Safety of Oil Transportation

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
19-08-012June 2019April 2020
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Author(s) Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program
Description Overview of 2019 legislation requiring rulemaking for tug escorts in Puget Sound, vessel traffic risk modeling, transboundary discussions on emergency response systems, and amending rules for advance notice of transfer.
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Keywords tug escort, oil by pipeline, oil by rail, oil spill risk, risk assessment, legislation, ANT System, oil transfers, modeling, emergency, transportation, Oil transfer rules, response, Canada, rule, San Juan Islands, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound, oil, oil refinery, oil transfer
WEB PAGE Spills Program legislative implementation
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