The Opportunity Clock Is Ticking
Three proposed commodity terminals in the Pacific Northwest, will generate nearly $1.5 billion in new, private investment in area ports and railroads. This opportunity can’t be realized without timely action by state and local agencies.
Review Process Initiated February 22, 2012
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Review Process Initiated July 15, 2012
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Expanding Trade. Growing Our Economy.
Here in the Northwest, we’re traders and exporters. Trade is critical to our economic growth, to job creation and to our place in the U.S. economy.
We have an opportunity today, to expand our trade with Asia and the rest of the world, and improve our regional economy.
This opportunity is driven by demand for affordable energy from countries like Japan, South Korea and China. Meeting that demand will provide over a billion dollars in new, private investment from coal companies, railroads, and port operators to expand existing Washington ports and rail infrastructure.
Expanding trade benefits our entire region – opening new markets for farmers and other Northwest commodities, creating needed jobs for skilled labor, and generating millions in new tax revenue to support key community services like schools and first responders.
We are here to answer your questions. Learn more about the proposed export terminals.