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Seaspan Swift and Seaspan Reliant Double Commissioning

The naming and christening of two new vessels on April 9, 2017. The Seaspan Swift and Seaspan Reliant are the first eco-ferries of their kind in North America, and in total, compared to our current fleet, we will see a 54% reduction in greenhouse gasses 63% in carbon dioxide, and more than 90% in both nitrogen and sulfur oxide.

PortTV: People of the Port – Tug Boat Captain Dave Dawson

Ever wonder what the inside of a tug boat looks like? In our new episode of People of the Port, Denise Jones gets a behind-the-scenes look at the Seaspan Raven, a high-performing tug boat. With Captain Dave Dawson as her guide, Denise learns about the important role that tug captains and their crews play in keeping our port safe.

Seaspan – True Calling

True Calling is a company that has been created to help Canadians find careers that they'll love. They partnered with Seaspan and the ITA to tell the story of Blake Crome, an apprentice welder with a passion to create and a love for working with his hands. He found his True Calling at Seaspan, have you found yours? Go to truecallingcanada.com to learn more.

Daily Planet: Tugboat Captain 101

Mark Miller wants to learn how to be a tug boat Captain. With help from Seaspan and our very own state of the art tug boat simulator, he spent a day learning all the in's and out's of the job. Broadcast on Discovery Channel's Daily Planet on January 31st, 2012.

Seaspan Terminal III

The Seaspan Terminal III showcasing its maneuverability and firefighting capabilities in beautiful North Vancouver under Lion’s Gate bridge.

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Seaspan Swift and Seaspan Reliant Double Commissioning

The naming and christening of two new vessels on April 9, 2017. The Seaspan Swift and Seaspan Reliant are the first eco-ferries of their kind in North America, and in total, compared to our current fleet, we will see a 54% reduction in greenhouse gasses 63% in carbon dioxide, and more than 90% in both nitrogen and sulfur oxide.

Seaspan Eagle, Osprey & Kestrel Triple Commissioning

June 28, 2012

For more information please visit the Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia’s website at www.cosbc.ca.

British Columbia Prepared to Respond

Always prepared to respond in BC waters

Environmental Stewardship and Security

Environmental stewardship and security in Vancouver Harbour

Keeping Waters Safe

Pilots committed to keeping BC waters safe

Responsible Practices

Learn about the strict regulatory regime that governs safe oil tanker transportation in BC. Meet the people who are committed to upholding the highest standards of practice to protect BC’s marine environment. Understand the proactive preventative and response measures in place to minimize risk to the environment and our communities. (Check back soon as additional content is being developed for this section.)

Safe Loading Operations

Strict operating protocols ensure safe loading operations

Strict Regulations

Tanker practices in BC are governed by strict regulations.

Working Together – Pilots and Tug Operators

Pilots and tug operators work together to keep BC waters safe

The Woodfibre LNG Project will be located on an existing industrial site, the former Woodfibre pulp mill, which is well suited for conversion to an LNG facility. The site features: An existing FortisBC gas pipeline, an electricity transmission line connected to the BC Hydro transmission grid and an existing deep-water port for receiving and loading ships.

Industrial zoning in the District of Squamish and a designation of employment and industrial use under the District of Squamish’s Official Community Plan (OCP).

Natural gas will be delivered to the Woodfibre site through the existing and expanded FortisBC pipeline, where it would be liquefied and loaded into carriers for shipment. It is currently anticipated that the project could export approximately two million tones of LNG per year, which is about one-tenth of the anticipated volume of some of the large LNG projects proposed for northern BC.

Videos courtesy of Woodfibre LNG. For more information, please visit their website at: www.woodfibrelng.ca.

Changes in the Shipping Industry

Safety Measures

Shipping Industry and the Environment

Shipping Regulations

Shipping’s Safety Record

Tugboats

Tugboat Training

LNG Shipping Safety Record – Part 1

LNG Shipping Safety Record – Part 2

Talking Shipping Safety in BC