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

Repairs to Prince William Sound’s radar in the works

Repairs to Prince William Sound’s radar in the works
Coast Guard planning long-term project to replace entire system Radar that helps the U.S. Coast Guard monitor vessels in Port ...
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Escort tug Courageous damages the tanker Polar Endeavour in January incident

Escort tug Courageous damages the tanker Polar Endeavour in January incident
Just before midnight on January 11, the escort tug Courageous allided with the tanker Polar Endeavour, which had just finished ...
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Sale of BP’s Alaska assets approved

Sale of BP’s Alaska assets approved
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has issued a final approval in the sale of BP’s Alaska assets to Hilcorp Energy ...
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How has subsistence harvest changed over time in the Exxon Valdez oil spill region?

This graphic image demonstrates how the number of different resources harvested by the average household decreased over time. In 2003, 21 different types of resources were harvested. In 2014, the average household harvested just 13 different types. Data compiled from five Alaska communities: Tatitlek, Cordova, Chenega, Port Graham, and Nanwalek.
The Exxon Valdez oil spill changed the harvest and use of wild resources in Southcentral Alaska. Various anecdotal reasons such ...
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