Citizens promoting the environmentally safe operation of the Alyeska terminal and associated tankers.

The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council was formed after the Exxon Valdez oil spill to provide a voice for citizens affected by decisions related to the Alyeska pipeline terminal and associated tankers. 

The Council’s Work

Council News

State of Alaska’s oil spill prevention and response funding unsustainable

State of Alaska’s oil spill prevention and response funding unsustainable
Council voices support for full funding The State of Alaska’s Oil and Hazardous Substances Release Prevention and Response Fund is ...
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Sale of BP’s Alaska assets to Hilcorp under scrutiny

Sale of BP’s Alaska assets to Hilcorp under scrutiny
Additional information needed to address concerns The sale of BP’s Alaska assets to Hilcorp Energy Company and affiliates is still ...
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Council’s annual board meeting will be virtual, May 7-8

Council's annual board meeting will be virtual, May 7-8
The Council will hold a virtual board meeting, via video and teleconference, on Thursday and Friday, May 7-8, 2020. Due ...
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Spill from Valdez Marine Terminal

Spill from Valdez Marine Terminal
On April 12, a sheen was reported in the vicinity of the Valdez Marine Terminal. The source of the spill ...
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PWSRCAC Board meeting scheduled for May will be virtual only

PWSRCAC Board meeting scheduled for May will be virtual only
Update on COVID-19 impacts on Council activities The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council is scheduled to hold a ...
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Council recertified as official citizens’ advisory group in Prince William Sound

Council recertified as official citizens’ advisory group in Prince William Sound
The U.S. Coast Guard has recertified the Council as meeting its responsibilities under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. In ...
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