Created by the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, our Mission is to represent Cook Inlet citizens in promoting environmentally safe marine transportation and oil facility operations in Cook Inlet.
Update from the Board of Directors
Kenai Mayor Pat Porter (photo) gave the CIRCAC Board of Directors a warm welcome at its April 15th Board and Annual Meeting in Kenai, marking our 26th Anniversary with balloons,
after which the Council quickly got down to business. In addition to reports from the Executive Director and staff, the agenda included an update from BlueCrest Energy on its Cosmopolitan operations and the opportunity for the Board to question the
Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) and Harvest Alaska, LLC, about a minor contingency plan amendment and February 17th unannounced drill at the Drift River Oil Terminal.
CIRCAC welcomes new public members to Environmental Monitoring and PROPS Committees CIRCAC's Environmental Monitoring Committee (EMC) and Prevention, Response, Operations and Safety (PROPS) Committee gained a wealth of experience with the appointment of its three newest public members, Richard Frederic, Maria A. Thibodeau Offer and Captain Bob Pawlowski.