News Articles

The Vancouver Energy terminal proposed by Tesoro and Savage at the Port of Vancouver USA has been gaining traction in the news. These articles highlight how the terminal will support Washington jobs, the economy, and U.S. energy independence.

Explore the list of our media coverage below, and click the links to read more.

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August 29: The Office of the Governor, Inslee names Roselyn Marcus as interim chair of Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council

August 29: The Columbian, Inslee appoints interim EFSEC chief

August 28: Keep Washington Competitive, Oregon Building Trades Council Resolution In Support Of The Vancouver Energy Terminal

August 18: Portland Business Journal, Regulators push back decision on Vancouver oil terminal — again

August 17: Oregon Public Broadcasting, As Chair Steps Down, Energy Council Grants Another Extension For Vancouver Oil Terminal

August 14: Keep Washington Competitive, Washington State Building & Construction Trades Council Approves Resolution In Support Of Vancouver Energy Terminal

August 01: Oil & Gas Journal, Study: US oil, gas industry supported 10.3 million jobs in 2015

July 23: The Columbian, Local View: Vancouver Energy terminal will provide many benefits

July 20: The Columbian, Public comment sought on oil terminal permit

July 09: The Columbian, Letter: Terminal is right for the port

July 08: The Columbian, Letter: Support oil terminal for Vancouver

July 05:, Tesoro changes name to Andeavor to reflect growth, company’s direction

July 01: KUOW, Washington Pushes Deadline On Vancouver Oil Terminal Decision

June 29: The Columbian, EFSEC gives itself another extension on terminal project

June 07: The Columbian, EFSEC listens to foes, supporters of proposed oil terminal

June 06: Reuters, Refiner Tesoro nears end of Vancouver rail-to-marine terminal quest

June 06: The Reflector, Vancouver Energy project is good for Clark County

June 01: The Columbian, Letter: Work to benefit the majority