Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Myrtle-Grove-Terminal-on-the-Mississippi-27MZIF29QDW4.htmlConceptually similarMyrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TALCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TAMCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TAOCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TAPCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TAQCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TARCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TASCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TATCompleted★★★★Myrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiGP03TAUCompleted★★★★View AllGP03TANMyrtle Grove Terminal on the MississippiThe Kinder Morgan Myrtle Grove Terminal on the west bank of the Mississippi River south of New Orleans.Locations:Louisiana-Mississippi River-North America-United States of AmericaDate:23 Oct, 2010Credit:© Greenpeace / Tim AubryMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Energy infrastructures-Industrial cranes-Industrial landscapes-Industrial structures-Kinder Morgan-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Rivers-Ships-SummerShoot:Myrtle Grove Coal Terminal on the MississippiAerial views of the coal export Kinder Morgan Myrtle Grove Terminal, south of New Orleans. The 150-acre facility has the capacity to store 1.3 million tons of coal. Kinder Morgan plans to expand and start shipping millions more tons each year. As coal plants around the United States are shut down in the face of community opposition and rising costs, coal company CEOs are seeking to export more coal to foreign countries. In addition to expanding facilities, Kinder Morgan and other companies have set their sights on the Pacific Northwest, hoping to export as much as 150 million tons of coal through six proposed coal export terminals in Oregon and Washington.