Tesoro-Savage Oil Terminal Public Hearings
At 360,000 barrels per day, Tesoro Savage’s Vancouver project would ship almost half as much crude oil as the entire Keystone XL Pipeline. This “pipeline on rails” would bring four or more mile-long trains carrying explosive crude oil through north Idaho and Spokane, along the Columbia River Gorge, and into Vancouver every day.
When oil trains derail, they can spill and explode. We have already seen these devastating accidents across North America. Let’s work together to stop it from happening here.
Washington’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) has just released its draft environmental review, and we need your help to make sure that Governor Inslee and EFSEC consider all the risks from this project – and reject the largest proposed oil-by-rail terminal in North America.
We are at a critical moment in the fight to protect our region from the risk of oil trains – and we need you to join us on January 14, 2016! RSVP today.
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Learn More: Tesoro Savage/oil train webinar
You are invited to join us for a webinar scheduled for December 16 to learn more about the Tesoro-Savage project and to prepare for the upcoming hearing. We will provide background on the Tesoro Savage proposal’s impacts to the Inland Northwest, help you develop your own testimony, and make plans to pack the house for the public hearing in January. Please RSVP for the webinar via email to [email protected].
Thank you for all you do! And don’t forget to RSVP for the January 14 public hearing.