Agency seeks greater Hudson oil terminal scrutiny

By NewsOK

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — State regulators are seeking more information from a Massachusetts company that plans to expand its Hudson River facilities routing rail shipments of crude oil from North Dakota and western Canada to coastal refineries.

The Department of Environmental Conservation sent letters to Global Partners, based in Waltham, Mass., on Monday, requesting more information about emergency response plans, community impact, and other aspects of a rail terminal planned in New Windsor, just north of West Point.

The agency also said it's extending the deadline for public comments on Global's Albany expansion plans from April 2 to ...

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