Port of Seattle honors three airlines for being quiet – The Port of Seattle is honoring three airlines with their annual Fly Quiet Awards for adopting noise-reduction procedures in 2013 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Auditor: financial reporting needs to be improved at port – The report, which reviewed the port’s books in 2013, outlines the specific problems and lists some recommendations, such as performing a “centralized, detailed review of all documentation provided by (port) departments.”
In Our View: Northwest takes a stand on coal – Oregon agency’s denial of permit for a proposed terminal reflects regional ethos
Port of Tacoma to sell last parcels it owns in Frederickson – Forty-six years after the Port of Tacoma bought a former ammunition plant site in Frederickson as a location for new industry, the port commission Thursday agreed to sell its last available parcels there to a King County developer.
Puget Sound Energy to build Washington’s first LNG fueling station at Port of Tacoma – The Port of Tacoma could become the site of yet another natural gas plant if Port of Tacoma commissioners approve a lease Thursday (Aug. 21) with Puget Sound Energy for a tract on the Hylebos Waterway.
Vancouver oil terminal effort given new name – The two companies proposing to build the Northwest’s largest oil-by-rail transfer terminal at the Port of Vancouver plan to release a new economic analysis of the project during an invitation-only event Friday. Meanwhile, Tesoro Corp. and Savage Companies are calling their joint venture by a new name: Vancouver Energy.
Guest: B.C. is competition for Washington state trade – British Columbia represents a model, and competitive threat, in its approach to trade and transportation, writes guest columnist Bruce Agnew.