Longview, WA — Pacific Coast Fertilizer

UPDATED: 05/12/2017 — see Change Log

OWNER: Pacific Coast Fertilizer (joint venture)
PROJECT: Brownfield ammonia plant

COST (reported): $1 billion
JOB CREATION (reported): 1,000 construction, 80-100 permanent — no Job Openings yet [LINK]
START-UP DATE (reported): 2021

CAPACITY USGS[1] COMPANY[2] PERMIT[3] ADJUSTED[4]
Ammonia None given [Membership required] [Membership required]
Units: stpd, stpy, mtpd, mtpy = short/metric tons per day/year.
[1] United States Geological Survey (USGS) Mineral Yearbook, Nitrogen gives capacity in metric tons per year, calculated as “engineering design capacity adjusted for 340 days per year of effective production capability,” rounded to three significant digits. Source: most recent year, Table 4: Domestic Producers of Ammonia, http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/nitrogen/.
[2] No capacity announced yet.
[3] [Membership required]. No air permit documents yet. Sources: linked below.
[4] [Membership required]. See Methodology.

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ADDRESS: Mint Farm Industrial Park, Longview, WA 98632, United States

WEBSITE: http://pacificcoastfertilizer.com/

REGULATORY SOURCES:

NEWS SOURCES:

  • 05/12/2017: The Daily News: City Council OKs land sale for $1 billion fertilizer plant [LINK]
  • 05/04/2017: The Daily News: Longview’s Mint Farm chosen for $1 billion fertilizer plant [LINK]
  • 09/22/2016: Vancouver Business Journal: Joint venture may bring fertilizer plant to Longview [LINK]

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