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Longview port ends talks with oil refinery developer

Longview port ends talks with oil refinery developer

LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — Port of Longview commissioners have cut off talks with the Texas-based developer of an $800 million oil refinery and a propane terminal in southwest Washington. The Daily News of Longview says commissioners voted Tuesday 3-0 to end talks with Waterside Energy. The company proposed two projects on land adjacent to the port but needs to use ...

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Port of Longview shows interest in siting oil refinery

Documents obtained by an environmental group show the Port of Longview could become home to an oil refinery receiving 100- to 120-car unit trains loaded with crude from North Dakota’s Bakken shale formation. A slide presentation, an unsigned memo of understanding dated July 2014 and discussion points indicate the port has discussed a refinery project with Riverside Energy, Inc. Under ...

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Energy company eyes Washington state port for new project

SAN FRANCISCO – Riverside Refining LLC is developing an energy infrastructure project for the Pacific Northwest and is considering Washington State’s Port of Longview as a potential location for it, the company’s CEO said on Wednesday. The company declined to say what the project would entail, but Riverside Refining CEO Louis Soumas said it will provide details when it has ...

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Port of Longview passes on lease for propane export terminal

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Port of Longview commissioners have passed on a proposal to build a propane and butane export terminal at the port. Commissioners voted 3-0 on Tuesday not to sign a lease agreement with Houston-based Haven Energy Terminals, after nearly a year of talks with the company. Commissioners expressed safety concerns and said the project provided too few jobs ...

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