Tribes say permit for Texas oil terminal needs further review

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (August 23, 2022, 8:57 p.m. EDT) — Three groups representing indigenous and local communities near the Corpus Christi Ship Canal on Monday urged a federal judge in Texas to revoke the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit approval for the project, saying the agency did not adequately defend its decision.

The Corps has unconvincingly attempted to downplay its role in approving the Moda Ingleside oil terminal expansion project in San Patricio County, Texas, according to Coastal Bend Indigenous Peoples, the Karankawa Kadla Tribe of the Texas Gulf Coast and Ingleside on the Bay. Coastal Watch Association in its response to the Corps’ request for…

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