coal terminal

Coal Terminal Dispute
7:23 am
Wed January 7, 2015

Northwestern Washington Tribe Calls On Feds To Halt Coal Terminal Permit Review

Two members of the Lummi Nation harvesting crab from Puget Sound. The tribe is calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to halt the review of a coal terminal.
Credit Katie Campbell / KCTS9

The Lummi Nation of Northwestern Washington sent a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers Monday.

It called on the Corps to halt the permitting process for the Gateway Pacific Terminal. The terminal would be located near Bellingham and would transport up to 48 million tons of coal to Asia by ship each year.

Read more
Coal Export Dock
7:30 am
Tue August 19, 2014

Oregon Denies Permit For Controversial Coal Export Dock

Several Columbia River tribes asked the state of Oregon to deny a permit for a controversial coal export dock at this site in Boardman.
Credit Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission

The state of Oregon Monday denied a controversial permit for a coal export dock on the Columbia River. For EarthFix, Cassandra Profita reports.

Read more