Vancouver Energy will be designed, built and operated with utmost care for the environment.
Vancouver Energy will help decrease U.S. dependence on foreign
oil from increasingly unstable sources.
Vancouver Energy values
the safety of our employees, neighbors and customers. Our terminal will be designed, and our employees trained, to ensure the safe handling of crude oil.
Vancouver Energy is committed to engaging with and investing in the Vancouver and Clark County community.
Vancouver Energy will support thousands of
jobs and bring millions
of dollars to the region.
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We are proposing a terminal at the Port of Vancouver USA that will support over 1,000 jobs and $2 billion for the Vancouver area. The terminal will receive crude oil delivered by rail and load it onto ships bound for refineries on the West Coast. No oil will be refined at the terminal and it will not increase the use of transportation fuels.
Vancouver Energy Officials Showcase New Railcars,
Release New Polling Results Showing Strong Community Support
Vancouver Energy gave local business leaders an opportunity to observe and learn about the enhanced safety features of Tesoro’s new DOT 120 crude oil rail cars at the Port of Vancouver USA. Additionally, Vancouver Energy officials presented new public opinion research results showing strong support by voters in Clark County.
Vancouver Energy Donates Safety Equipment to YouthBuild Vancouver
Vancouver Energy recently donated about $2,000 in safety equipment—including
hard hats, safety vests and safety glasses—to the YouthBuild Vancouver program, which is in its first year under the Southwest Workforce
Savage Services Receives Safety Award
Savage was recognized by the Association of Washington Businesses for the company’s commitment to workplace safety.
Savage was one of four businesses in Washington presented with a Better Workplace Award at the AWB 2015 Legislative Summit in Olympia, preceded by
a keynote address by Gov. Jay Inslee.