The high court decision likely ends Wyoming's attempt to force Washington state to allow the coal port project.
The fate of a blocked coal export terminal hangs in the balance after the Trump administration left office without filing an opinion on Wyoming's lawsuit. The Supreme Court had invited the administration to offer one.
The company behind the Millennium Bulk Terminals filed for bankruptcy and failed to find a buyer for the project -- dashing Wyoming's hopes for a coal terminal.
The state's $3.45 million investment in promoting coal, if successful, could have a huge bang for its buck. But some wonder if it's a wager Wyoming can afford to make.
In the latest development, the U.S. Supreme Court invited the acting solicitor general to file a brief to express the position of the federal government on the case.
The federal government will allow an energy company export liquefied natural gas to international markets from the proposed Jordan Cove terminal on the southern coast of Oregon, if it receives required state permits.
"Ultimately, this suit is not just about coal — it is about a precedent that would allow coastal states to arbitrarily deny access to interior states,” the governor said.
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Natural gas producers throughout the Rockies scored a small win when federal regulators gave the green light to the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal in Oregon.
The legislation is part of a larger strategy to export Wyoming coal to Asian markets, where coal is still a popular and highly in-demand resource.
Wyoming could still sue Washington in the ongoing battle over a coal export terminal.
As Wyoming’s summer falls away and the air cools and days shorten, harvest is in the air across our state. I have been fortunate to spend time…
By its nature, Wyoming often finds its economy at the mercy of acts far beyond its control and thousands of miles away.
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The Trump administration plans to give American farmers and ranchers hurt by the current trade war US$12 billion in emergency relief to mitigate the impact of tariffs on their exports.