Monthly Archives: September 2017

Terminal is a key piece of Port’s future plans

The Vancouver Energy terminal will be a key piece of the Port’s future as an economic engine for the region. The terminal will generate $22 million in state and local taxes during construction and, once operational, $7.8 million in state and local taxes each year. The Port itself would receive $44 million a year in revenue.
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Building Trades Show Support for Terminal

The Washington Building and Construction Trades Council and the Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council, representing a combined 95,000 workers, have passed resolutions in support of the Vancouver Energy crude-oil-by-rail terminal.
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The Port of Vancouver USA’s new mid-year report shows that 2017 continues to be a strong year for the port. But the Port is still vulnerable to economic swings and needs to ensure it takes advantage of key infrastructure investments.
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