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Washington state petroleum products contingency plan

Washington State Energy Office. Resource Development and Energy Management Division.

Washington state petroleum products contingency plan

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Published by The Office in Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum conservation -- Washington (State),
  • Energy policy -- Washington (State),
  • Energy consumption -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Resource Development and Energy Management Division, Washington State Energy Office.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16564111M

    the state. The contingency plan in a legally binding agreement on the party submitting the plan. The contingency plan requirements apply to both facilities and covered vessels. A facility is, with a few exceptions, a structure, pipeline, device, or equipment located on or near state waters that transfers oil to or from a vessel or pipeline.   The state House of Representatives late yesterday passed Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposal to improve the safety oversight of oil transported in Washington and to strengthen the state’s ability to prevent and respond to oil spills. The legislation addresses increased risk resulting from a rapid spike in oil train shipments and is based on the findings of the Marine and Rail Oil. A state agency didn’t have the legal authority to order Washington utilities and oil refineries to come up with ways to reduce the pollution their products eventually emit when used by other people. (a) The legislature declared a zero spills goal for the state of Washington. When a spill occurs, there is severe and irreversible damage to the environment, human health, tribal and other cultural and historical resources, and the economy.


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Washington state petroleum products contingency plan by Washington State Energy Office. Resource Development and Energy Management Division. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Technical Report: Washington State Petroleum Products Contingency Plan. Washington state requires larger oil-handling facilities, pipelines, commercial vessels, and railroads to have state-approved oil spill contingency plans.

These plans describe the plan holder's ability to respond to oil spills. Plans include information on spill response procedures, equipment, safety, communications, and training.

How to submit a contingency plan. Please submit plans to: Spill Prevention, Preparedness and Response Program ATTN: Plan Development and Review Unit PO Box Olympia, WA Contingency plan rules.

Chapter WAC, Oil spill contingency plan; Chapter WAC, Oil spill contingency plan - railroad. Washington State Energy Assurance and Emergency Preparedness Plan - Page 3 Introduction Authority State law directs the Washington State Department of Commerce to “prepare and update contingency plans for implementation in the event of energy shortages or emergencies.” RCW F(2)(a) (see Appendix A).

TheFile Size: KB. Washington's contingency plan rules include both federal and state requirements. The state has incorporated the federal contingency plan rules for large quantity generators (LQGs) and hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs) and added standards concerning plan content.

We require oil-handling facilities, pipelines, railroads, and vessels to have oil spill contingency plans. We also require contingency plan holders to hold oil spill drills to practice using their plans.

We develop locally tailored geographic response plans for areas around the state to protect sensitive local resources. In Washington, we want to have the best achievable protection (BAP) for citizens and the environment. We achieve this by using the best achievable technology (BAT), which includes the use of equipment appropriate for the operating environment, trained personnel, and procedures that ensure the highest level of protection is required in regulated industry oil spill contingency plans.

(c) A nonprofit corporation established for the purpose of oil spill response and contingency plan coverage of which the covered vessel owner or operator is a member; or. (d) A person who has contracted with the vessel to provide containment and clean-up.

“Guidance for Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils” (Ecology Publication No.published November ). REQUEST A COPY: The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment.

To help us meet that goal, please consider the environment before you print or request a copy. 6 Washington Department of Ecology – Overview Publication # Introduction – Agency Budget. This book provides an overview of Ecology’s biennial budget—where the money comes from, how it will be used, and what we want to see happen as a result of our work.

The book starts with a broad. This implementation guide explains how Washington will respond to a petroleum supply emergency and describes the roles various groups will play. This implementation guide first describes the State's four stages of a petroleum emergency.

This is followed by a list of acronyms for organizations with. This tax applies to the person who first possesses petroleum products within the state. This tax is imposed on the wholesale value of petroleum products in this state.

You may be able to take a deduction if you are a properly licensed petroleum products exporter that removes petroleum products at the rack for direct delivery outside of Washington. (2) Any class facility conducting Rate B transfers must meet all the requirements of WAC and within one hundred twenty calendar days from the effective date of this chapter.

[Statutory Authority: RCW, and chapter RCW. This implementation guide explains how Washington will respond to a petroleum supply emergency and describes the roles various groups will play. This implementation guide first describes the State`s four stages of a petroleum emergency.

This is followed by a list of acronyms for organizations with. petroleum products can be the source of a spill and are subject to Washington State Law, Chapters and WAC. Contact information: Washington Dept.

of Ecology Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Program Prevention Section PO Box Olympia, WA Olympia () Fax () Special accommodations:File Size: 81KB.

Northwest Area Contingency Plan Disposal Guidance for Washington State and Oregon State Change 17 January 1, It is the expectation of the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) that incident specific disposal plans for oil spill response operations inFile Size: KB.

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. The Washington State Petroleum Products Contingency Plan has been designed to provide the parties who may be affected by a petroleum shortage, as well as public and private decision makers, with a framework of meaningful options for dealing with various petroleum shortfall scenarios.

Washington has hundreds of miles of pipelines transporting oil through the state. The longest is the BP Olympic pipeline that spans miles from Blaine, Washington to Portland, Oregon. In pipelines moved over billion gallons - placing pipelines as the primary mode of oil transportation in Washington state.

Some vessel owners may elect to submit their own contingency plan, which must be approved by Washington state 65 days prior to arrival in Washington. Washington state law directs us to "take all actions necessary to respond to a substantial threat of a discharge of oil or hazardous substances into the waters of this state or to collect.

applicable federal and state law. The contingency plan “shall include an implementation strategy or and Washington State and would present significant challenges for resupplying petroleum to the are used to supply your state with refined petroleum products, including LPG and ethanol and biodiesel.

Information for each terminal. petroleum-based products could occur as a result of transportation infrastructure problems. Delays in electric power and natural gas service and the production, refining, and delivery of petroleum-based products could occur as a result of food, water, public health (e.g.

CONTINGENCY PLAN. The WSMC Oil Spill Contingency Plan describes the actions to be taken and resources that would be mobilized by WSMC in the event of an oil spill incident from a member vessel. This Plan also includes valuable background and reference information for use by the WSMC Spill Management Team.

The WSMC Plan (January version). access local petroleum suppliers and major oil companies to facilitate the delivery of adequate amounts of emergency petroleum fuel supplies and may be requested through local emergency management channels.

(Reference: Implementation Guide for the Washington State Petroleum Products Contingency Plan, November ) 6. The Northwest Area Contingency Plan (NWACP) is mandated by the National Contingency Plan. The NWACP is a comprehensive plan that coordinates federal state, tribal, local, and international responses to oil and hazardous substance incidents.

The NWACP includes GRPs. Senate Bill Report -2 - SB ), State of Delaware Transportation Act, Deland Delaware Hazardous Substance Cleanup Act (7 Del. Code Chapter 91). Oil, gasoline, and other petroleum products are considered to be hazardous substances for the purpose of this plan.

Incident - Any occurrence involving hazardous material that causes the use of emergency Size: KB. Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee may be called upon by his friend in B.C., Premier John Horgan, to lean on Washington state refiners to provide B.C.

with an emergency supply of gasoline and diesel. Requires Ecology to update contingency plan rules to address situations or petroleum products from waterborne vessels or barges operating in the state's waters. The are paramount to Washington State. CON: The program has reduced overall risk.

There needs to be an evaluation of the utility. Washington state has the fifth highest oil refining capacity of any state. As ofthere are 5 refineries in Washington state with a joint capacity ofb/d. They are, in order of greatest b/d capacity, Cherry Point refinery, Shell Anacortes refinery, Marathon Anacortes refinery, Ferndale refinery and U.S.

Oil refinery. Washington’s isolation from the country’s vast pipeline. (1) Introduction. Under chapter RCW (referred to in this rule as the "law"), a hazardous substance tax is imposed upon the wholesale value of certain substances and products, with specific credits and exemptions provided.

The tax is an excise tax upon the privilege of possessing hazardous substances in this state. (1) Unless a contingency plan has been submitted to the department as required by section 2 of this act and the department has not denied approval, it is unlawful for a tank vessel or ship capable of carrying one thousand or more gallons of oil as fuel to enter the waters of the state without an approved contingency plan as provided in section.

In Washington state, the NWACP serves as the statewide master oil and hazardous substance contingency plan required by RCW (35) "Offshore facility" means any facility located in, on, or under any of the navigable waters of the state, but does not include a facility, any part of which is located in, on, or under any land of the state.

Washington state - epicentre of the US's coronavirus crisis - has become the first in the nation to prohibit gatherings of more than people as part of an effort to control the disease's spread. requirements for an Environment Plan (EP) to be submitted and approved by DMP prior to the commencement of any petroleum, geothermal, and/or pipeline activity.

Regulation 15(10) of the PGER(E)R and regulation 15(8) of the PP(E)R require an Oil Spill Contingency Plan (OSCP) to be included in the implementation strategy component of an Size: KB. Short-line railroads, as defined by the STB, are not required to develop contingency plans if they do not haul bulk crude oil or bulk refined petroleum products used for fuel.

However, a class III railroad must have a contingency plan in place in order to haul bulk crude oil or bulk refined petroleum products used for fuel. Appropriation: None. OREGON PETROLEUM CONTINGENCY PLAN Oregon Revised Statute Oregon Petroleum Contingency Plan Issue mandatory fuel conservation measures as appropriate Implement Fuel Allocation Program as appropriate Authorizes Governor to Declare State Energy Emergency Authorizes Oregon Department of Energy to.

Washington State Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP), Washington State Fire Services Resources Mobilization Procedures, March Washington State Integrated Fixed Facility Radiological and Chemical Protection Plan with changes, August Implementation Guide for the Washington State Petroleum Products Contingency Plan.

Washington State Patrol (WSP) Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) National Contingency Plan (NCP) is the regulation governing the National Response System petroleum products. Thurston County has the Port of Olympia with both a sea port and airport. Neither ship nor.

News > Spokane Washington bill would allow parents to give students marijuana extract drugs on public school grounds. UPDATED: Thu., Ma A syringe loaded with a dose of CBD oil is. Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC Plan) Oil Handler Annual Refresher Training. Washington State University has numerous sites on campus which store oil for internal use.

Unknown to most people, the Environmental Protection Agency established regulations within the Clean Water Act specifically addressing oil on: Environmental Health and Safety, PO BoxPullman, WA.

Natural Resources Building P.O. Box Washington ST SE Olympia, WA The legislature finds that the increasing reliance on water borne transportation as a source of supply for oil and hazardous substances poses special concern for the state of Washington. Vessels transporting oil into Washington travel on some of the most unique .Reimbursement for criminal justice costs and contingency plan expenses.

Jail and medical cost reimbursement to cities and counties. Employee assault benefits. Sexual misconduct by state employees, contractors. Correctional industries and programs. Adult correctional institutions—Medical care—Health.