Gulf-Chevron Terminal Facility

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Water runs through a culvert under a road, but it's too high for fish to pass through and needs to be replaced.

Comments Sought on Maine Gulf-Chevron Draft Restoration Plan, Proposed Fish Passage Projects

NOAA and the other Gulf-Chevron Terminal Facility case Trustees released a draft restoration plan proposing projects to restore areas affected by multiple oil spills at the site in Maine. The proposed projects will improve river ecosystem habitats in the Penobscot River watershed for a wide variety of fish and wildlife using or migrating through areas affected by the spills.

View of the Penobscot River looking just north of the site from the southeast side of the river.

Settlement Provides Funds to Restore Penobscot River Site in Maine

On July 8, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine approved a $922,862 settlement with Chevron USA, Inc., and Texaco, Inc., et al., to compensate for injuries to the public’s natural resources for releases of oil at the marine oil terminal site in Hampden, Maine.

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View of the Penobscot River looking just north of the site from the southeast side of the river.

Gulf-Chevron Terminal Facility

Oil Spill | Hampden, Maine |