Northern Gateway tanker safety video

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  • john a may, Apr 02nd, 2013 (2 years ago)

    We owned PACIFIC COASTAL TANKERS LTD. based in Vancouver
    Each month we brought into B.C.Pulp Mill Ports about 250,000 bbls of California origin RESIDUAL FUEL OIL high sulphur residual not allowed in California

    Smaller ship - yes but just as risky as some of the ports are much less acceessible than Kitimat

    Never split a drop
    nobody made a fuss

    j may
    Eurocanadian Shipping Ltd.

  • Northern Gateway, Mar 25th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Hi J Hill,

    Comments that meet our guidelines are published regularly on this page and eslewhere on our website. Here's a link to the guidelines for more information:

  • J Hill, Mar 25th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    I find it strange that you only post one comment per month on such an important subject. Do you post every comment that is sent to you or do you just choose what you wish to print?

  • Northern Gateway, Mar 09th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Hi Alice,

    Here's a high level description of the project:

    Pipelines are the safest and most efficient way to transport large volumes of liquids over long distances and Enbridge has an industry leading safety record:

  • Alice S., Mar 08th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Alice again.. Still, I do not understand why you still would pipe if you know how many times you've spilled and had violations. Why even try? It's kind of dumb if you think really hard. By the way, how much oil will be transported?

  • Northern Gateway, Mar 07th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Hi Alice, thanks for your comment and questions.

    The video above explains in detail all of the measures we'll implement to protect the coastal environment. Our goal is zero spills, no spill is acceptable to us and we will always endeavour to ship energy safely and reliably.

  • Alice, Mar 06th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Okay.. So why would you ship out oil if your company has spilled before, and still expect people to be okay with it??? It really boggles my mind.. If you've watched ''Oil in Eden'', you would know what I'm talking about. It gets annoying when I hear people talk about it... Please reply.

    Alice S.
    British Columbia

  • Josephine Reed, Feb 07th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Although there are many reasons to object to the Northern Gateway project I can't help being affected by the enormous opportunities offered my various grandchildren who are students at universities or starting their first holiday jobs as project managers, medics etc. for good salaries which help them through further university courses and qualifications.

  • Northern Gateway, Feb 06th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Hi Gary, thanks for your questions.

    Diluted bitumen has not been shipped out of Kitimat. It is a product that gets shipped out of the Vancouver port currently. Condensate has been imported through Kitimat for many years. Northern Gateway will ship condensate, diluted bitumen and synthetic crude oils.

  • Gary, Feb 05th, 2013 (2 years ago)

    Over these 50 years that ships have been using the port at Kitimat , has there been diluted bitumen on any of them? What are the differences between what's being shipped out of Kitimat presently and what will be shipped with the pipeline open?

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