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U. S. COAST GUARD SECTOR COLUMBIA RIVER Incident Management Division Northwest Area Contingency Plan U. S. COAST GUARD SECTOR COLUMBIA RIVER Incident Management Division Northwest Area Contingency Plan Committee Meeting Sector Columbia River On-Scene Coordinator Report Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016 Olympia, WA

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY 33 CFR 3. 65 -15 / ACP 1000 -8 thru 1000 AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY 33 CFR 3. 65 -15 / ACP 1000 -8 thru 1000 -12

OSC REPORT September – February 2016 M/V GLOBAL GOLD (Astoria, OR) DREDGE MULTONOMAH (Goble, OSC REPORT September – February 2016 M/V GLOBAL GOLD (Astoria, OR) DREDGE MULTONOMAH (Goble, OR) M/V NORD AUCKLAND (Portland, OR)

INCIDENT MANAGEMENT DIVISION Mission The 20 -person Incident Management Division at Sector Columbia River INCIDENT MANAGEMENT DIVISION Mission The 20 -person Incident Management Division at Sector Columbia River responds to all pollution threats along the Columbia River, and the coastlines and navigable waters of Oregon and southern Washington state. • • • TYPICAL CASES: Mystery sheens Sunken vessels Grounded vessels Mystery drums Facility discharges and releases Vessel discharges and releases Exercises Derelict vessels Japan Tsunami marine debris

CFV CHENA SPILL Coos Bay, Charleston, OR – Oct. 18, 2015 Wooden hull vessel CFV CHENA SPILL Coos Bay, Charleston, OR – Oct. 18, 2015 Wooden hull vessel sank at the dock in Coos Bay, Or with an estimated 350 gallons of oil product on board.

M/V GLOBAL GOLD Pier 1, Astoria, OR – Oct. 25, 2015 02 Oct 2015, M/V GLOBAL GOLD Pier 1, Astoria, OR – Oct. 25, 2015 02 Oct 2015, the Port of Astoria reported to Sector Columbia River that M/V GLOBAL GOLD allided with Pier 1 approximately 29 feet above the waterline in the Port of Astoria.

M/V GLOBAL GOLD Pier 1, Astoria, OR – Oct. 25, 2015 M/V GLOBAL GOLD Pier 1, Astoria, OR – Oct. 25, 2015

DBL-185 Portland , OR – Oct. 25, 2015 Sector Columbia River received a report DBL-185 Portland , OR – Oct. 25, 2015 Sector Columbia River received a report of diesel spilling into the Willamette River from the Barge DBL-185; Tesoro/Kirby hold safety stand down in Anacortes, WA.

F/V PERSISTENCE Westport Marina, Grays Harbor, WA – Dec. 06, 2015 Terrific collaboration with F/V PERSISTENCE Westport Marina, Grays Harbor, WA – Dec. 06, 2015 Terrific collaboration with Washington DOE on the case of F/V Persistence in Westport, WA. Contractors removed 500 gallons of oily water from the vessel.

DREDGE MULTNOMAH Goble, OR – Feb. 02, 2016 (on-going) MULTONOMAH DREDGE MULTNOMAH Goble, OR – Feb. 02, 2016 (on-going) MULTONOMAH

DREDGE MULTNOMAH Goble, OR – Feb. 02, 2016 (on-going) Determined to be a substantial DREDGE MULTNOMAH Goble, OR – Feb. 02, 2016 (on-going) Determined to be a substantial threat to the environment w/7, 100 gal Bunker C in 3 tanks. Superb partnership w/Oregon DEQ and State Lands (also PAC Strike Tm).

M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016 A 23, 000 M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016 A 23, 000 ton, Singapore-flagged bulk carrier. The NORD AUCKLAND was at anchorage near Kalama, WA – at river mile 76 – when it accidentally discharged Bunker C.

M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016 M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016

M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016 M/V NORD AUCKLAND Port of Kalama, WA – Feb. 18, 2016

GOV’T INITIATED UNANNOUNCED EXERCISE Chevron Willbridge Terminal, Portland, OR – Feb. 10, 2016 Facility GOV’T INITIATED UNANNOUNCED EXERCISE Chevron Willbridge Terminal, Portland, OR – Feb. 10, 2016 Facility quickly activated sound response structure & executed facility response plan: boom deployed in less than 30 minutes; oil recovery devices staged in less than one hour; excellent command structure.

U. S. COAST GUARD SECTOR COLUMBIA RIVER OSC Report – Feb 25, 2015 Since U. S. COAST GUARD SECTOR COLUMBIA RIVER OSC Report – Feb 25, 2015 Since last RRT (June 2015 – February 2016) Last RRT Avg (2011 -16) 169 NRC reports 80 95 31 Mystery sheens 21 21 19 Sunken vessels 4 8 6 Grounded vessels 4 4 7 Mystery drums 11 8 11 Facility discharges/releases 7 7 27 Vessel discharges/releases 9 11 8 Exercises 8 7 5 Derelict vessels 6 5 1 Reports Japan tsunami debris 1 3

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