The movement of crude oil through the Great Lakes basin and other critical northern watersheds presents a complex suite of opportunities and risks for the region. The Crude Move research and extension program began in 2014 with a commitment from the Great Lakes Sea Grant directors to better understand these vital issues, which present a “wicked problem” for the economic and environmental well-being of the region. The goal of this program is to provide stakeholders with resources on economic and environmental issues associated with transportation of crude oil in the Great Lakes basin and to create a forum for them to share knowledge, concerns, challenges, and progress.

Learn more about the program and the resources available through the Great Lakes Sea Grant Crude Oil Transport Team through the website below.

http://glslcrudeoiltransport.org/