Energy | Environment | NewsOPB | July 1, 2017 2:31 p.m.
The deadline to reach a decision on a controversial oil terminal planned for Vancouver has been pushed back again.
In the past three years, a broad-based coalition of terminal opponents has waged an unrelenting campaign to win the hearts and minds of the general public.
Commissioners at the Port of Vancouver unanimously approved an amended lease with the backers of a proposed oil terminal Friday.
The Port of Vancouver recommended that port commissioners vote against a lease extension with the companies backing a proposed oil terminal.
Business | News | EnvironmentOPB | Dec. 13, 2015 midnight | Vancouver, Washington
The Board of Directors for the Columbia Land Trust is scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether the nonprofit will take over more than 500 acres currently owned by the Port of Vancouver.
local | News | Environment | EconomyOPB | July 24, 2015 4:30 p.m. | Portland
We're in Vancouver to explore the proposed Tesoro-Savage oil terminal and the impact of oil trains.
News | Election | Business | Economy | EnvironmentOPB | July 24, 2015 11:09 a.m. | Vancouver, Washington
A Clark County judge ruled Friday that port leaders in Vancouver, Washington didn't violate state laws in 2013 when they negotiated a lease for an oil terminal.
A proposed energy project at the Port of Vancouver has deeply divided the region, sparking interest in a race for a seat on the port's commission.
In a letter dated Wednesday, Cassandra Noble, administrative law judge for the state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council, said the port sent apparently “improper” communications to the governor and another top state decision-maker.
Frustration over how long it’s taking to examine a proposal to build the nation’s largest rail-to-marine oil transfer terminal in Vancouver reached a new level of intensity Wednesday, as the Port of Vancouver urged Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to order state regulators to produce a publicly available timetable and stick to it.
Documents provided to OPB News illustrate the dynamics between the ILWU, United Grain Corp., unions representing state workers, and the Inslee administration during the 18 month lockout at the Port of Vancouver.