WSPA is proud to join California Professional Firefighters, the California Fire Chiefs Association, the Fire Districts Association of California and the California State Firefighters Association in supporting new Railroad Accident Preparedness and Immediate Response Program.
The decision by the Santa Barbara County Planning Department to deny one of our members an emergency permit to truck crude oil to domestic markets is deeply disappointing. It also reflects an unfortunate lack of understanding of, or sensitivity to, the energy realities California faces – its dependence on imported oil to augment domestic supplies.
Keeping up with Plains All American Pipeline's ongoing response and clean up efforts to the May 19 incident near Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County.
Unfortunately, it’s not a surprise or “historic” that that the Senate pro Temp’s bill passed out of the Senate. What is surprising is the lack of serious discussion on this major proposal and its implications for California’s families and businesses.
Greg Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of Plains All American Pipeline, has penned the following letter updating the public on the company's response to the May 19 incident near Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County. Visit www.refugioresponse.com for more information.