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Vancouver Energy gives $75K to port candidate Kris Greene

September 7, 2017, 8:15pm Clark County News

The company proposing to build the nation’s largest oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver has donated $75,000 in cash to port commissioner candidate Kris Greene. Read story

FILE - In this April 2, 2010, file photo, a  Tesoro Corp. refinery, including a gas flare flame that is part of normal plant operations, is shown in Anacortes, Wash. after a fatal overnight fire and explosion. (AP Photo/Ted S.

State says judge erred in dismissing Tesoro refinery fines

FILE - In this April 2, 2010, file photo, a  Tesoro Corp. refinery, including a gas flare flame that is part of normal plant operations, is shown in Anacortes, Wash. after a fatal overnight fire and explosion. (AP Photo/Ted S.

September 1, 2017, 11:56am Business

SEATTLE — State regulators say a judge erred when he overturned $2.39 million in penalties against Tesoro following the 2010 deadly explosion at its Anacortes refinery. Read story

A train hauling oil passes through the Columbia River Gorge in March 2014 on its way to Vancouver.

Vancouver terminal only proposed crude oil-by-rail project in state

A train hauling oil passes through the Columbia River Gorge in March 2014 on its way to Vancouver.

August 31, 2017, 4:42pm Business

The Vancouver Energy oil terminal is now the only proposed crude-by-rail project in Washington. Read story

An entrance to the Port of Vancouver.

Port of Vancouver admits it violated meetings law

An entrance to the Port of Vancouver.

August 30, 2017, 8:06pm Business

The Port of Vancouver is taking the unusual step of asking for a ruling against itself in a lawsuit challenging its past interpretation of the Washington Open Public Meetings Act. Read story

Inslee appoints interim EFSEC chief

August 29, 2017, 5:33pm Business

The governor has appointed an interim leader of the state board evaluating the Vancouver Energy oil terminal. Read story

Woman files lawsuit, wants Orange off ballot

August 26, 2017, 8:05pm Clark County News

A Vancouver woman has filed a lawsuit to have Port of Vancouver commissioner candidate Don Orange removed from the general election ballot. Read story

Pipeline company response to settlement offer not disclosed

August 25, 2017, 10:44am Nation & World

BISMARCK, N.D. — The company that built the Dakota Access pipeline has responded to an offer by North Dakota regulators to settle state allegations that it improperly reported the discovery of American Indian artifacts during construction. Read story

EFSEC Chairman Bill Lynch listens to testimony Tuesday during a hearing on the oil terminal in Vancouver.

EFSEC chairman cites tension with AG’s office

EFSEC Chairman Bill Lynch listens to testimony Tuesday during a hearing on the oil terminal in Vancouver.

August 23, 2017, 7:48pm Business

At a time when the Washington state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council is set to release a decision on the controversial oil terminal planned for Vancouver, the agency will soon be without a leader. Read story

The Portland Raging Grannies, a social activist group, sing their testimony against the Vancouver Energy oil terminal at an Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council hearing Tuesday at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center.

Oil terminal foes say it with song

The Portland Raging Grannies, a social activist group, sing their testimony against the Vancouver Energy oil terminal at an Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council hearing Tuesday at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center.

August 22, 2017, 9:04pm Business

During the four years people have been arguing over the controversial Vancouver Energy oil terminal in public meetings they’ve never resorted to singing and shouting — until Tuesday. Read story

Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council members Bill Lynch, left, and Cullen Stephenson, right, listen as Ryan Rittenhouse of Friends of the Columbia Gorge speaks at Clark College during a permit hearing last November.

EFSEC grants oil terminal extension as council chair announces resignation

Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council members Bill Lynch, left, and Cullen Stephenson, right, listen as Ryan Rittenhouse of Friends of the Columbia Gorge speaks at Clark College during a permit hearing last November.

August 16, 2017, 4:29pm Business

State officials have again pushed back the decision deadline for the Vancouver Energy rail-to-marine oil terminal proposed for the Port of Vancouver. Read story