Port of St. Helens

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The Port of St. Helens was created in 1940 in Columbia City, Oregon along the Columbia River and is considered a deep water port. It contains the industrial park Port Westward, the site of proposed coal exports.


The port is located in Columbia City, approximately 30 miles north of Portland, Oregon.[1]

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Articles and Resources


  1. "Port of St. Helens potential candidate for coal export to Asia" Scott Learn, The Oregonian, June 15, 2011.

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