We're proposing to build a new bulk liquids storage facility in Prince Rupert
Providing economic benefits to First Nations and local communities
Our local-first approach to employment, contracting and purchasing
Vopak assessed 14 areas and 15 subcomponents for their cultural, historical, social and ecological importance to the area. Read the full EEE/Application on the EPIC website.
As part of the Public Comment Period, Vopak joined the Prince Rupert Port Authority and the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office to host two virtual open houses to provide more information on the Project.
Propane, gasoline, diesel and methanol are vital to our everyday lives.
From Western Canada to markets around the world.
We handle hazardous products – so, safety is our top priority.
Striving to develop respectful, positive, and long-lasting relationships with First Nations and local community members.
Undergoing a systematic, inclusive and evidence-based regulatory review.
You have questions and we have answers. View a list of frequently asked questions.
532 3rd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, British Columbia V8J 3L7, Canada