Resources and videos from the Crude Move Symposium held June 8-9, 2017 in Cleveland, OH

Crude Move Symposium: Oil Transportation Infrastructure, Economics, Risk, Hazards and Lessons Learned

U.S. and Canadian government, industry, academic and NGO stakeholders are invited to the first-of-its-kind crude oil movement meeting for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin and other critical northern watersheds including Lake Champlain and the Hudson River.

Hosted by the Sea Grant Network, Great Lakes Commission and International Joint Commission, this meeting will provide an opportunity to increase our understanding on the complexity of crude oil movement in these important northern basins. Topics will include regional transportation, economics, hazards and risk, emergency response and lessons learned from the Gulf of Mexico.

A final agenda is available here.

Media resources

The proceedings document from the meeting is now available: Proceedings of Crude Move Symposium: Oil Transportation Infrastructure, Economics, Risk, Hazards and Lessons Learned

A playlist of the recordings from the symposium sessions are available here.

Great Lakes Now interview and series of videos following the symposium can be found here.

Additional resources can be found at the Sea Grant in the Gulf of Mexico website.

If you have questions, please contact:

Katherine Bunting-Howarth, New York Sea Grant at kathybh@cornell.edu
or Michèle Leduc-Lapierre, Great Lakes Commission at michelel@glc.org

Looking for more information related to this effort?
Check out the Crude Move Great Lakes Webinar Series.