Short line railroad operator RailAmerica Inc. confirmed August 15 that it is shelving a proposal to build a terminal to ship up to 5 MMT of Rocky Mountain coal a year through the Pacific Northwest to Asia. The proposed terminal at Grays Harbor would have had the smallest capacity of six proposed projects in the area to ship American coal to Asia. If all six were to be developed, U.S. coal exports would more than double at maximum output; the country exported 107.3 MST of coal last year.
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