Mothballed Columbia Pacific Bio-Refinery goes back to ethanol roots

September 5, 2016 |

In Washington state, Global Partners’ terminal at Port Westward, known as Columbia Pacific Bio-Refinery, is going back to its ethanol roots and has begun receiving shipments of ethanol. In June, 95 rail cars carrying ethanol moved along the rail line to the port, while July and August figures aren’t available until the end of the month. After the original facility went bust, Global Partners bought it and began using it as a crude oil terminal but it was mothballed in January.

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