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Years after demise of controversial oil facility project, Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 5 still needs a tenant

Port officials have been marketing 100-acre space since purchasing it in 2009

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 15, 2024, 6:02am
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The Port of Vancouver completed its rehabilitation of Berth 17 at the port&rsquo;s Terminal 5 in 2023.
The Port of Vancouver completed its rehabilitation of Berth 17 at the port’s Terminal 5 in 2023. (Contributed by Port of Vancouver USA) Photo Gallery

Years after plans to develop a crude oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 5 property failed, the port is still looking for a tenant to take full advantage of its multimillion-dollar investment at the site.

The port recently asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to extend its work permit for the 100-acre site.

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