Delaware, along with every other East coast state participated in the 4th Annual Hands Across the Sand on Saturday, May 18th. We joined hands in solidarity with thousands of others in 18 states and 9 countries to say YES to clean energy and NO to more dirty fossil fuels and offshore drilling! Our Delaware-specific cause was offshore seismic testing.
May 8, 2013: the public hearing for the Delaware City Refinery's Marine Vapor Recovery project, also known as the rail-to-ship oil transfer project, would allow the PBF Delaware City Refinery to transfer up to 25,463,000 barrels of gasoline products and 16,425,000 barrels of crude oil per year from trains to ships for transport to the Paulsboro refinery owned by the same company.
- Provides chapter with a long-range vision of what the Club's conservation strategy and priorities should be over the next two to five years.
- Identifies conservation issues needing attention and worthy of chapter consideration.
- Develops conservation priorities.
- Designs plans and strategies for current conservation campaigns.
Meetings: Second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm in Room 9 of the Community Services Building, Wilmington.