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2 February 2015 Interpretive Rule Withdrawn:

For more information please view this Special Public Notice.

Army Corps of Engineers Receives New Biological Opinion

12/3/2014
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced today that it received a final biological opinion from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries on the nationwide permits that were reissued on Feb. 13, 2012, and went into effect March 19, 2012.

BP Cherry Point Dock

News Release - 1,000s of comments in EIS process for BP Cherry Point dock North Wing

Draft EIS Federal Register Notice June 2014

Posters from Draft EIS Public Meetings July 2014
Presentation from Draft EIS Public Meetings July 2014

BP Cherry Point Refinery Marine Terminal North Wing Extension
Environmental Impact Statement Scope, November 2010

 

   Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview LLC - Bulk Export Terminal Proposal

  • News Release - Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District Scope of Analysis for EIS (18 Feb 2014)
  • Memorandum on Scope of Analysis for EIS (14 Feb 2014)
  • News Release - Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District will Require EIS for Proposal (13 July 2011)
  • News Release - Consultant selected for environmental review of Millennium Bulk Terminals - Longview proposal
  • News Release - Scoping period announced for proposed Millennium Terminal-Longview project EIS
  • Notice of Intent to prepare a joint Environmental Impact Statement
  • Federal Register posting (6 September 2013) regarding NEPA EIS scoping meetings

    Gateway Pacific Terminal proposal and Custer Spur line improvements

U.S. Navy Explosives Handling Wharf 2 at Bangor

        •  Record of Decision

        •  Signed Permit

        •  Comments and Responses Appendix A