Monthly Archives: August 2016

Vancouver Energy helps aerospace industry

John Ley, a pilot for Delta Airlines and a resident of Clark County for more than 20 years, describes how Vancouver Energy will support and facilitate the energy needs of Washington state.
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Terminal creates jobs, energy independence

Miles Bond, a longtime Vancouver resident, describes the benefits Vancouver Energy will bring to the region.
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Vancouver Energy boosts public services

Ann Donnelly, a Vancouver businesswoman and a leading regional advocate for the mentally ill and their families, describes the benefits Vancouver Energy will bring to the region.
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Terminal will provide opportunities

Willy Myers, executive secretary-treasurer of the Columbia Pacific Building and Construction Trades Council, describes how Vancouver Energy will bring world-class jobs to Vancouver and Washington state.
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Adjudicative hearing concludes

The conclusion of a five-week adjudicative hearing on July 29 marks a major milestone in the ongoing review of the Vancouver Energy terminal by Washington state’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC). During the hearings in Vancouver and Olympia, the Council was presented with evidence from both supporters and intervenors of the proposed terminal, and is now tasked with making a recommendation to Governor Jay Inslee after deliberations. Governor Inslee will decide whether to approve the project, which would support thousands of family-wage jobs and $2 billion in economic value to the region while reducing the country’s reliance on foreign oil.
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