The coastguard, police and other agencies involved in the salvage effort are due to meet at 2pm this afternoon.
They're set to discuss the best way forward in salvaging the stricken vessel, which ran aground at Llanddulas on Tuesday night.
Although the risk to the environment is said to be 'minimal', around 40,000 litres of fuel on board may need to be pumped out before the vessel can be removed.
The owners of the HV Carrier, which ran aground on the north Wales coast last week, have said it is going to be demolished.
Work is continuing to remove the fuel on board the stricken cargo ship on the North Wales coast.
Commuters in Colwyn Bay have been dealing with long tailbacks after police closed the A55 to deal with the tanker that ran aground.