Monthly Archives: April 2017

POV reports operating revenue decline

A recent story in The Columbian reported that in spite of the Port of Vancouver registering record-high tonnage last year, operating revenue fell by $2.3 million in 2016 from the previous year.
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Wash. has $190B in capital needs

A new report says Washington has $190 billion in infrastructure needs, including $2 billion for freight rail and $5.3 billion for marine ports. The Vancouver Energy terminal will be an important addition for the state’s port infrastructure and will also bring about major improvements to the rail network.
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BNSF completes projects in SW Washington

More details have emerged about the $175 million in capital expenditures that BNSF Railway plans to spend in Washington this year. That number is second only to Texas and Illinois in the company’s expenditure plans.
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Terminal will create vital jobs

Vancouver Energy was pleased to be part of a recent tour of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ (IBEW) Electrical Training Center in Portland.
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VE fund donates to education program

The Vancouver Energy Community Fund recently awarded a $5,000 grant to the Fort Vancouver National Trust’s Pearson Field Education Center, a STEM-based aviation education program.
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