A little-known company called Westway has big aspirations in the Pacific Northwest. If the firm gets its way, it will build and operate an oil terminal on the shores of
Grays Harbor, Washington, that will bring in large quantities of crude oil by rail, store it in tanks on the shoreline, and ship it out of the bay in tanker vessels.
Although Westway’s proposal has generated enormous controversy in the region, the company’s track record and financial underpinnings have gone largely
unstudied. This report offers an overview of the company and its plans in the Northwest.
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