Company plans $600M coal facility in Class I-served Wash. port

02/28/2012 | ProgressiveRailroading.com

A planned $600 million facility to handle export coal in the BNSF- and Union Pacific-served Port of Longview, Wash., still needs environmental permits. The project would be divided into two phases, according to Millennium Bulk Terminals. The initial stage calls for a $400 million facility with an annual capacity of 25 million metric tons, and a $200 million second stage that will boost the annual capacity to 44 million metric tons.

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