Some contributions from Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) interests donated to Congressman Rick Larsen’s campaigns / Facebook post, Sj Robson

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Yesterday at 10:50am  March 9, 2016  Sj Robson

Below, are some of the campaign contributions from Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) interests donated to Congressman Rick Larsen’s campaigns:

–$5,000 from FRS Capital Corp/SSA Marine 2015-2016 election cycle (FRS Capital Corp. is the parent company over Carrix, and Carrix is the parent company over SSA Marine which is the permit applicant for GPT)

–$6,500 from Berkshire Hathaway in 2015-2016 (Berkshire Hathaway owns BNSF which would transport the coal from Powder River Basin to GPT at Cherry Point)

–$1,000 from Straight Talk Consulting in 2015-2016 (owned by Craig Cole, SSA Marine’s paid consultant for its GPT project)

–$12,000 from Berkshire Hathaway for 2013-2014 (Berkshire Hathaway owns BNSF which would transport the coal from Powder River Basin to GPT at Cherry Point)

–$4,000 from FRS Capital Corp/SSA Marine for 2013-2014 (FRS Capital Corp. is the parent company over Carrix, and Carrix is the parent company over SSA Marine which is the permit applicant for GPT)

–$10,000 from SSA Marine for 2011-2012 (permit applicant for GPT)

–$10,700 from Berkshire Hathaway for 2011-2012 (Berkshire Hathaway owns BNSF which would transport the coal from Powder River Basin to GPT at Cherry Point)

–$10,000 from Peabody Energy for 2011-2012 (Peabody Energy signed agreement with SSA Marine in 2011 to ship 24 million tons of coal through GPT)

–$5,000 from Goldman Sachs for 2011-2012 (Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners was a 49% investor in GPT at that time)

–$12,000 from Berkshire Hathaway for 2009-2010 (Berkshire Hathaway owns BNSF which would transport the coal from Powder River Basin to GPT at Cherry Point)

–$10,000 from BNSF for 2007-2008 (it was announced July 5, 2007, that Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners committed to equity investment in Carrix, parent over SSA Marine, giving GS a 49% interest in Carrix). GS Infrastructure Partners ended up withdrawing from its 49% investment in January 2014.

Read Sandy’s post on here Facebook page here.

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