Oregon coal terminal halted as environmental campaigners celebrate

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Plans for a $242m terminal on the Columbia River were rejected by the state over threat to water resources

Plans to build a $242m coal export terminal in Oregon have been rejected by the state, after officials concluded that the project could harm local water resources. The proposed Coyote Island terminal...

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