Stakeholder Discussions

To provide an opportunity to receive feedback on the current marine oil spill preparedness and response regime, the Panel held discussions with provincial governments and industry stakeholders, including response organizations, owners and operators of oil handling facilities, vessel owners and operators, industry associations and key Aboriginal organizations.

The Tanker Safety Expert Panel held discussions for Phase I with the following organizations:

Canada:

  • Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Alberta Energy
  • Algoma Central Corporation
  • Atlantic Emergency Response Team (ALERT)
  • Atlantic Pilotage Authority
  • BC Chamber of Shipping
  • BC Coastal Pilots
  • BC Ferries
  • Bedford Institute of Oceanography
  • Canada-Newfoundland & Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board
  • Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board
  • Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
  • Canadian Coast Guard
  • Canadian Marine Pilots Association
  • Canadian Maritime Law Association
  • Canadian Shipowners Association
  • CanShip Ugland Ltd.
  • CanTerm Canadian Terminals
  • Chevron Canada
  • Coastal First Nations
  • Corporation pilotes Saint-Laurent Central
  • Council of Marine Carriers
  • Cruise Lines International Association, North West & Canada
  • Department of Environment and Conservation, Newfoundland
  • Department of Environment, Nova Scotia
  • Department of Natural Resources, Newfoundland
  • Department of Natural Resources, Nova Scotia
  • Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Nova Scotia
  • Department of Transportation and Works, Newfoundland
  • Eastern Canada Response Corporation
  • Enbridge
  • Environment Canada
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • Great Lakes Pilotage Authority
  • Halifax Port Authority
  • Imperial Oil
  • IMTT Québec
  • Island Tug and Barge
  • Jerry Rysanek, Consultant
  • Kinder Morgan Canada
  • Laurentian Pilotage Authority
  • Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship
  • Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation
  • Manitoba Innovation, Energy and Mines
  • Ministry of Environment, British Columbia
  • Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, British Columbia
  • Montreal Port Authority
  • Musqueam First Nation
  • Nanaimo Port Authority
  • North Atlantic Refining Ltd.
  • Norton Rose Canada
  • Nunavut Impact Review Board
  • OmniTRAX Canada
  • Ontario Ministry of Environment
  • Ontario Ministry of Transportation
  • Ontario Regional Advisory Council
  • Pacific Pilotage Authority
  • Pacific Regional Advisory Council
  • Petro-Nav
  • Point Tupper Marine Services
  • Port of Argentia
  • Prince Rupert Port Authority
  • Quebec Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks
  • Quebec Ministry of Transportation
  • Quebec Port Authority
  • Quebec Regional Advisory Council
  • Regional Advisory Council (Maritimes)
  • Rigel Shipping Canada Inc.
  • Saint John Port Authority
  • Seaspan Marine Corporation
  • Shell Canada
  • Shipping Federation of Canada
  • Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund
  • SMIT Marine
  • St. John's Port Authority
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation
  • St. Lawrence Ship Operators
  • Teekay Shipping Canada
  • Transport Canada
  • Transshipment Ltd.
  • Ultramar
  • Vancouver Port Authority
  • Western Canada Marine Response Corporation
  • Woodwards Group of Companies

United States:

  • Association of Petroleum Industry
  • Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
  • Delaware Bay and River Cooperative
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Spill Control Association of America
  • U.S.Coast Guard
  • U.S. Department of Transportation
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