Presentation on theme: "Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force Oregon DEQ Dick Pedersen-Director."— Presentation transcript:
Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force Oregon DEQ Dick Pedersen-Director
DEQ Priorities and Resources Outcome-Based Management Spill Prevention and Preparedness Emerging Risk Planning 2
Bakken Crude Oil Exports Changes in Petroleum Transportation HB 3103 provides DEQ Authority to Require Oil Spill Contingency Planning
House Bill 3103 Changes the Definition for Regulated Facilities Formerly a Facility was Regulated if: Oil was Received from: Tank Vessels, Barges, or Pipelines New Definition is for Facilities that: Transfers Oil over Navigable Waters of the State.
House Bill 2233 Provides DEQ authority to Board Vessels for Purposes of Investigation, Control and Management of Oil or Hazardous Materials Adds a vessel in imminent danger of sinking to definition of “Threatened Spill or Release”
Senate Bill 33 Establishes the Task Force on Resilience Plan Implementation Strategic Vision and Roadmap for Implementation of the Oregon Resilience Plan
Proposal for Coal Exports on the Columbia River Port of Morrow near Boardman, Oregon
Over 500 people registered to speak at hearings in July at Portland and Hermiston DEQ received over 16,000 comments on the proposed coal export terminal during the public comment period
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