Project Highlights

June 2010 – Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, British Petroleum (Southern United States)
Commissioned to provide spill response equipment to sites involved along the Southern USA coastline.

July 2008 – Agnico-Eagle Mining (Baker Lake, Nunavut Territory)
Commissioned to provide spill response and general equipment to their remote mine site.

July 2007 – Kinder Morgan Pipeline Rupture (Barnett Hwy. Burnaby, British Columbia)
Major supplier of spill cleanup and safety equipment to this 24″ pipeline rupture spilling 234,000 liters.

May 2007 – Newmont Mining (Cambridge Bay, Nunavut Territory)
Commissioned to provide spill response, health and safety equipment, and training for multiple remote mining sites.

February 2007 – Government of Alberta, Environmental (Alberta)
Assisted in equipment specification, supply & delivery of seven self-contained 20’ spill response trailers. Trailers were outfitted with the equipment necessary to effectively respond to land-based and waterborne oil spills.

September 2006 – CN Rail, Environmental (Canada)
Providing assistance to CN Rail, ensuring strategically placed spill response equipment trailers are properly and adequately updated and provisioned.

August 2005 – Train Derailment Spill, CN Rail (Lake Wabamun, Alberta)
Primary supplier for the duration of spill cleanup.

February 2001 – Casco Terminals (Vancouver, British Columbia)
Emergency Response provided to the Vancouver Port Authority for an onboard bunker fuel spill that fouled containers in a ship’s hold. Rocky Mountain provided management personnel and response equipment.

August 2000 – Pembina Pipeline Spill, Pine River (110 km upstream of Chetwynd, British Columbia)
Emergency supply and delivery of large quantities of response equipment and supplies to a major pipeline rupture of light crude, approx. 6200 barrels.  Rocky Mountain continued to act as the primary supplier for the duration of cleanup activities.

September 1999 – Kemess Mine Spill  (Thutade Lake, British Columbia)
Responded to a major spill at the Kemess Mine site. Coordinated an emergency airlift of oil spill response equipment and supplies to the spill site, remained on call for response duration.