Despite New Leadership, Portland Officials Decline to Reconsider Zenith Energy Deal January 30, 2023

Portland Mercury

“I imagine that in five years Zenith comes back to the city and says, ‘Oh, you know, we said we were going to manage renewable diesel, but it turns out that there’s not enough of it, so we want to keep handling whatever it is that we want to keep handling,’” Melanie Plaut, a member of Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, said.

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