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Marine Progress Report: Fall 2021

Released on a semi-annual basis, our Marine Progress Report provides an update on marine activities and key Marine Commitments and Conditions as the Project approaches in-service.

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KOTUG Canada to Dedicate and Operate Three High Performance Vessels to Support the Trans Mountain Expansion Project with Tanker Escort and Marine Response

KOTUG Canada will provide escort towage to laden tankers in the Salish Sea.


Clean Pacific Conference Recap

​Trans Mountain was a participating sponsor and planning committee member for the recent Clean Pacific conference on August 17–18, 2021.


Recreational Boating Around Westridge Marine Terminal

Waterway users are encouraged to exercise extra caution near the Westridge Marine Terminal construction area in the Burrard Inlet.


Marine Spill Response Enhancements Moving Forward

WCMRC is resuming implementation of an enhanced spill response program that will see $150 million invested in new equipment and new response bases in the Salish Sea.


Clean Pacific Conference Bringing Together Spill Prevention and Response Experts

Canadian and American experts will be coming together in Vancouver for discussion on topics such as binational relations and responsibilities for shared waterways, including the Salish Sea.


Awareness is the Key to Safe Recreational Boating in Port of Vancouver

Jason Krott, Manager Marine Operations and Fleet for the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority shares some tips on how to stay safe on the water.


Fewer Tanker Spills Occur Despite Doubling of Vessel Traffic Since 1970

Oil spill risks are a small fraction of what they were in the 1970s, thanks to action by industry and government, the International Oil Tankers Pollution Federation reports.


Tanker Safety Improvements Further Mitigate Risk and Protect Marine Environment

Tanker safety has improved with new regulations, more robust ship design codes, enhanced emergency preparedness and response systems, and better self-regulation and procedures.


Expansion Will Lead to $150 Million Investment in New Spill Response Bases and Equipment

​British Columbia’s largest-ever expansion of spill response personnel and equipment will be completed on the South Coast as part of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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