Salish Sea Vessel Traffic & Unpermitted Expansions at the Petrogas LPG Export Facility

When:
06/28/2022 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2022-06-28T16:00:00-07:00
2022-06-28T17:00:00-07:00
Cost:
Free
Contact:
RE Sources
(360) 277-7834
Salish Sea Vessel Traffic & Unpermitted Expansions at the Petrogas LPG Export Facility
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Recent research by Friends of the San Juans documents 22 new or expanding terminal and refinery projects that would add at least 2,634 annual vessel transits to and from Salish Sea ports in British Columbia and Washington State. If all of these terminal and refinery projects are permitted and developed, the Salish Sea would see at least a 25 percent increase in large, ocean-going commercial vessel traffic compared with 2020.

In this virtual presentation, Lovel Pratt, Marine Protection and Policy Director for Friends of the San Juans, will summarize the results of the 2021 Salish Sea Vessel Traffic Projections, identify gaps in the current regulatory framework, and present potential solutions. RSVP in the event link.

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